He was graduated from Glasgow in 1476 and received his M.A. in 1478.
The republic’s existence ended abruptly in 1478, when the city was overrun by the tough men from Muscovy.
The Scuola di San Rocco was founded in 1478, but the building to house the confraternity wasn’t complete until 1560.
Yet the “War of the Pazzi” (1478–80) that followed, with Florence pitted against…
It was interrupted at Book II, stanza 46, probably because of Giuliano’s death in 1478.
In 1478 the ruler of Muscovy, Ivan III (also called Ivan the Great) conquered Novgorod.
From 1478 until 1834 religious uniformity was enforced by the church court, the Inquisition.
Ivan had added Novgorod to his domains in 1478 and eventually spread Muscovy’s rule to the Arctic.
Spanish Inquisition, (1478–1834), judicial institution ostensibly established to combat heresy in Spain.
He formally annulled (1478) the decrees of the Council of Constance and condemned (1482) abuses in the Spanish Inquisition.
The Oxford University Press, established in 1478, is one of the largest and most prestigious university publishers in the world.
About 1478–81 Botticelli entered his artistic maturity; all tentativeness in his work disappeared and was replaced by a consummate mastery.
The more than 1,120 pages of the Codex Atlanticus contain handwritten text and drawings dating from 1478 to 1519 and a glimpse into da Vinci’s genius.
It was discovered by Pope Nicholas V (1397–1455) and was among the first medical works to be published (1478) after the introduction of the printing press.
The establishment of the Spanish Inquisition (1478) to enforce religious uniformity and the expulsion of the Jews (1492) were both part of a deliberate policy designed to strengthen the church, which would in turn support the crown.
Ivan III (reigned 1462–1505) completed the unification of the Great Russian lands, incorporating Ryazan, Yaroslavl (1463), Rostov (northwest of Vladimir and southeast of Yaroslavl; 1474), Tver (1485), and Novgorod (1478) into the Muscovite principality.
…vernacular poem in ottava rima, Stanze cominciate per la giostra del Magnifico Giuliano de’ Medici (“Stanzas Begun for the Tournament of the Magnificent Giuliano de’ Medici”), composed between 1475 and 1478, which is one of the great works of Italian literature.
King Ferdinand II is known for uniting the Spanish kingdoms into the nation of Spain, supporting the Spanish Inquisition (1478–1834), sponsoring Christopher Columbus’s voyages of exploration across the Atlantic Ocean, and commencing Spain’s entry into the modern period of imperial expansion.
Thomas More, in full Sir Thomas More, also called Saint Thomas More, (born February 7, 1478, London, England—died July 6, 1535, London; canonized May 19, 1935; feast day June 22), English humanist and statesman, chancellor of England (1529–32), who was beheaded for refusing to accept King Henry VIII as head of the Church of England.
…Italian work is the incomplete Stanze cominciate per la giostra del Magnifico Giuliano de’ Medici (1475–78; “Stanzas Begun for the Joust of the Magnificent Giuliano de’ Medici”)—dedicated to Lorenzo’s brother Giuliano de’ Medici, assassinated in 1478 in the Pazzi conspiracy—which created a mythical world in which concepts of classical origin…
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