Events noted in 1500

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1500

Born: Albuquerque, Blaise son of the preceding

Died: Alcock, John successively bishop of Rochester

Born: Ales, Alexander a celebrated divine of the confession of Augsbourg

Born: Alessi, Galeas the most celebrated architect of his time

“Commentary In Isagogen Porphyrii,” Ammonius son of Hermias the peripatetic philosopher

Died: Aquilano, Serafino so called from Aquila

Died: Badius, Josse Jodocus Badius Ascensius

“De omnium a capite ad calcem morborum causis, signis, differentiis, indicationibus, et remediis, lib. triginta,” Benedictus, Alexander a very eminent physician and medical writer of the fifteenth century

“Commento di Hieronimo Benivieni, cittadino Florentine, sopra a piu sue Canzone e Sonnetti deilo amore e della belleza divina,” Benivieni, Jerome a celebrated poet of Florence

Born: Betuleius, Sixtus whose name in German was Birck

Born: Bibliander, Theodore an eminent Protestant divine

Born: Borde, Andrew Andreas Perforatus

Died: Bos, Jerome an artist of singular taste

Born: Brasavola, Antonius Musa a famous physician

Born: Brodeau, John in Latin Brod&Us

Died: Buslidius, John a native of Arlon in Luxemburgh

Born: Camerarius, Joachim one of the most learned writers of his age

“Roberti de Licio Sermones,” Caraccioli, Robert often called Hobertus de Licio

Born: Castello, John Baptist an eminent artist

Born: Cellini, Benvenuto a celebrated sculptor and engraver of Florence

Died: Corio, Bernardine born in 1460

Born: Cornarius a celebrated German physician

Born: Garcilasso a celebrated Spanish poet

“Commentary on the Master of the Sentences,” Gregory Of Rimini general of the Augustines 1357

“Epigrams,” Mancinelli, Antonio an Italian grammarian

Born: Martelli, Lewis a Florentine poet

Born: Moulin, Charles Du in Latin Molinæus (15001566)

Born: Nanni or in his native language

Born: Perino Del Vaga, Otherwise Pierino Buonaccorsi one of the most distinguished scholars and assistants of Raphael in the Vatican

Born: Perion, Joachim a learned doctor of the Sorbonne

Born: Pole, Reginald an eminent cardinal

Died: Scot a munificent benefactor to Lincoln college

Born: Smith, Richard a learned popish divine

Born: Speroni, Sperone an Italian scholar of great eminence in the sixteenth century

“Embryon relimatum, sive Vocabularium Metricum,” Stanbridge, John an eminent schoolmaster

“The Serjeant Major: or, a Dialogue of the office of a Serjeant major,” Thorie, John one of a family of that name

Born: Tyndale, William otherwise named Hitchins

Died: Urceus, Anthony Codrus a learned Italian

1501

“De Universalibus,” Achillini, Alexander a native of Bologna

“Mons perfections ad Carthusianos,” Alcock, John successively bishop of Rochester

Died: Bellini, Gentile an eminent artist

“Collectorium super libros sententiarum G. Occami,” Biel, Gabriel one of the ablest scholastic divines of his time

Born: Cardan, Jerom an Italian physician

Born: Carpi, Girolamo De an artist

Born: Fuchs, Leonard an eminent German physician and botanist

“De situ Elementorum,” Galateo, Antony an eminent Italian writer

Born: Goez, Damian De a Portuguese writer of the sixteenth century

Born: Hortensius, Lambert was a philologer

Died: Marc He, Oliver De La a French courtier and author

Born: Matthiolus, Peter Andrew an eminent physician

“De expetendis et fugiendis rebus,” Valla, George an Italian physician and professor of the belles lettres at Venice

Born: Zanchius, Basil one of the most learned men of the sixteenth century

1502

Born: Aldegraef, Henry a celebrated artist

Died: Annius which Bayle follows

“Astrolabium plenum in tabulis ascendeus, continens qualibet hora atque minuta aequationes domorum cceli,” Apono, Peter a physician and astrologer

Born: Beccadelli, Lewis was born at Bologna in 1502

Born: Beolco, Angelo surnamed Ruzzante

Died: Bosso, Matthew an Italian scholar and writer of considerable eminence

“Apologia Socratis,” Bruni, Leonard a very eminent scholar and historian

Born: Constantin, Robert doctor of physic

Born: Dudley, John son of the preceding

“Rosa Anglica” Gaddesden, John Of an English physician

Born: Gregory Xiii. the principal event in whose life is the reformation he introduced in the Roman calendar

“Latin Poets” Juvencus, Caius Vectius Aquilinus one of the first Christian poets

Died: Maillard, Oliver a famous preacher

“Satyrarum decades deceni,” Philelphus, Francis a learned Italian

“Epistolarum familiarum libri triginta septem,” Philelphus, Francis a learned Italian

“Onomasticon” Pollux, Julius an ancient Greek grammarian

“Pyramus and Thisbe” Raimondi, Marc Antonio the most celebrated of the old masters in the art of engraving

“Epistolæ familiares, necnon Orationes et Poemata,” Sabellicus

“A Comment upon the second book of Pliny’s Natural History,” Valla, George an Italian physician and professor of the belles lettres at Venice

Born: Varchi, Benedict an Italian historian

1503

“De subjecto Chiromantiæ et Physiognomiæ,” Achillini, Alexander a native of Bologna

“On judicial Astrology.” Alchabitius an Arabian astrologer

Died: Alkmar, Henry a supposed writer

“Commentary on Aristotle De Interpretatione,” Ammonius son of Hermias the peripatetic philosopher

Died: Borgia, Cæsar a monster of ambition and cruelty

Born: Bourbon, Nicholas a Latin poet of France

Died: Calentius, Elisius a modern Latin poet of the fifteenth century

Born: Casa, John De La an eminent Italian writer

Born: Cavalcanti, Bartholomew an Italian writer of considerable fame

“Storia di Milano,” Corio, Bernardine born in 1460

Born: Curio, Cœlius Secundus of Piemont

“Thistle and Rose,” Dunbar, William an eminent Scotch poet

Born: Grazzini, Antony Francis an Italian scholar and poet of considerable eminence

Born: Hamilton, Patrick usually reckoned the first Scotch reformer

“Res Gestae” Herodian a Greek historian

Born: Hosius, Stanislaus cardinal

Born: Nostradamus, Michel a physician and celebrated astrologer

Born: Parmigiano, Il whose family name was Francis Mazzuoli

Born: Piccolomini, Alexander archbishop of Patras

Born: Stephanus, Robert the most celebrated printer of this family

Born: Wyat, Sir Thomas a statesman and poet

1504

Born: Albani, John Jerome of the same family with the preceding

“Alexandri iatros practica, cum expositione glossae interlinearis Jacobi de Partibus, et Simonis Januensis,” Alexander, Trallianus a learned physician and philosopher

Died: Arrivabene, John Peter of the same family as the preceding

Died: Beaufort, Margaret the foundress of Christ’s and St

“Aristotelis Ethicorum Libri decem,” Bruni, Leonard a very eminent scholar and historian

Born: Carranza, Bartholomew a Dominican

“Oratio de laudibus literarum Graecarum,” Carteromachus, Scipio whose proper name was Forteguerra

Born: Cruciger, Caspar one of the contributors to the reformation in Germany

Born: Fagius, Paul whose German name was Buchlein

Born: Giraldi, John Baptist Cjntio an Italian poet

Born: Grenada, Lewis De a celebrated Dominican in the sixteenth century

Died: Landinus, Christopher an Italian scholar

Born: Lazius, Wolfgang physician and historian to the emperor Ferdinand L was born at Vienna in 1504

“Poesies Chretiennes,” Noue, Francis De La surnamed Bras de Fer

Born: Parker, Matthew the second protestant archbishop of Canterbury

“Perspectiva Communis,” Peckham, John archbishop of Canterbury in the reign of Edward 1. was born in the county of Sussex

Born: Strozzt, Titus And Hercules father and son

Born: Tornasius, John the first of a family of eminent printers and booksellers

1505

“Textus Mesues noviter emendatus, &c.” Apono, Peter a physician and astrologer

“Orationes, prefationes, praelectiones, &c.” Beroaldo, Philip the elder

Born: Castelvetro, Lewis an Italian critic

“Italian poems,” Catherine, St. of Sienna

Born: Cavendish, Sia William second son of Thomas Cavendish of Cavendish

“De Poetis Latinis” Crinitus, Peter an Italian scholar

Born: Gorris, John De in Latin Gorreus

Born: Hospital, Michel De L' chancellor of France

Born: Knox, John the chief instrument and promoter of the reformation in Scotland

Died: Mantegna, Andrea an eminent Italian painter

Born: Menno, Simon surnamed Simon

Born: Tschudi, Giles De one of a family of Swiss writers

Born: Zegedin, Stephen De an eminent Lutheran divine

1506

“Commentary on Ezekiel, and the twelve minor propnets.” Abrabanel, Isaac a famous rabbi

“Religious Sciences” Algazeli, Abou-Hamed-Mohammed an Arabian philosopher

“De Morbo Gallico,” Aquilanus, Sebastianus his true name being unknown

Died: Aubespine, Magdalene D' daughter of Claude d'Aubespine

Died: Bandello, Matthew a celebrated Italian novelist

Died: Behem, Martin otherwise Behaim

“Collectiones medicinæ, sive, aphorismi de medici et ægri officio,” Benedictus, Alexander a very eminent physician and medical writer of the fifteenth century

Born: Bentivoglio, Hercules one of the best Italian poets of the sixteenth century

Born: Buchanan, George a Scottish historian

Born: Cooke, Sir Anthony preceptor to Edward VI. was born at Giddy

Born: Cousin, Gilbert in Latin

Born: Fernel, John Francis physician to Henry II. of France

Born: Ferrier, Armand an eminent lawyer

Born: Francucci, Innocent an historical painter

Died: Longueil, Christopher De a very elegant scholar

Born: Marlorat, Augustine an eminent protestant divine of the sixteenth century

Born: Osorio, Jerome a learned Portuguese divine

Died: Sabellicus

“Thesaurus.” Sabellicus

Born: Scrimzeor, Henry one of the most learned men of the sixteenth century

Born: Sleidan, John an excellent German historian

Born: Udal, Nicholas an eminent schoolmaster of the sixteenth century

“Encomia,” Udal, Nicholas an eminent schoolmaster of the sixteenth century

Born: Xavier, St. Francis commonly called the Apostle of the Indies

1507

Born: Aldrich, Robert bishop of Carlisle in the reigns of Henry VIII

“De pestilentia ej usque curatione per preservationum et curationum regimen,” Bayro, Peter De an Italian physician

Born: Bolen, Anne second wife of king Henry VIII. was born in 1507

“La Prima Navigatione per TOceano a le terre de Negri della bassa Ktiopia,” Cadamosto, Lewis a famous Venetian navigator

Born: Caro, Hannibal an Italian poet

Born: Chevalier, Antony Ralph Le aprotestant divine

Born: Costanzo, Angelo Di lord of Cantalupo

Born: Daurat, John an. eminent French poet

Born: Gale, Thomas an English surgeon

Born: Longueil, Gilbert a skilful physician of the sixteenth century

Born: Nowell, Alexander an eminent English divine

Born: Oporinus, John a famous German printer

Born: Rondelet, William a celebrated professor of physic at Montpellier

Born: Sadler, Sir Ralph an eminent English statesman

Born: Sturmius, John the Cicero of Germany

Born: Vinet, Elias a classical editor

1508

Died: Abrabanel, Isaac a famous rabbi

“Commentary on Exodus;” Abrabanel, Isaac a famous rabbi

“L'exil de Gennes le Superbe,” Authon, John D' historiographer of France under Louis XII. abbot of Angle in Poitou

Died: Celtes, Conrad a Latin poet

“De structura Orationis,” Dionysius, Halicarnassensis a historian and critic of antiquity

Born: Dolce, Lewis a most laborious Italian writer

Born: Erskine, John baron of Dun

“Batistte Fulgosi de dictis factisque memorabilibus collectanea a Camillo Ghilino Latina facta, libri novem,” Fregoso, Baptist of the ancient family of Fregoso

“Angelicum ac Divinum Opus Musicae Materna Lingua Scrip.” Gaffurius, Franchinus an eminent musical writer

Born: Gemma, Reinier sometimes called Gemma Frisius

Died: Littleton, Thomas a celebrated English judge

“Letters of Pliny,” Manutius, Aldus the elder of three justly celebrated printers

Died: Martial, D'Auvergne a French poet of the fifteenth century

“Satyrae centum distinctae decem decadibus Catholicis passim refertoe sententiis: praemissa authoris vita ab Egid. Perrino Campano, &c.” Philelphus, Francis a learned Italian

Born: Pope, Sir Thomas founder of Trinity college

Born: Rastall, John one of our early printers

Born: Rightwise, John, In Latin Justus an eminent grammarian

Born: Sabinus, George whose family name was Schalter

Born: Telesius, Bernard a modern philosopher

Born: Truberus, Primus celebrated for his learned translations

1509

“Tractatus brevis de laudibus Florentias et Saonse,” Albertini, Francis an ecclesiastic of Florence

“Oratio,” Antiquarius, James a learned Italian of the fifteenth century

“Les Epistres envoyees au roy par les 6tats de France, avec certaines ballades et rondeaux,” Authon, John D' historiographer of France under Louis XII. abbot of Angle in Poitou

“The Shyp of Folys,” Barclay, Alexander was an elegant writer in the 1Moreri

Born: Calvin, John one of the chief reformers of the church

Died: Comines Lat. Comin.Eus

Born: Commandine, Frederick a celebrated mathematician and linguist

Born: Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

Born: Duaren, Francis professor of civil law at Bourges

Died: Erasmus, Desiderius one of the most illustrious of the revivers of learning

“Em. Chrysolorae erotemata lingusc Graecse, in compendium redacta, a Guarino Veronesi,” Guarino Of Verona surnamed Veronese

“Sum of the Virtues,” Hales, Alexander an eminent scholastic divine of the thirteenth century

“Enchiridion fidei,” Ofihely, Maurice archbishop of Tuam

Born: Pare', Ambrose a French surgeon of eminence

“Morals,” Plutarch a great philosopher and historian of antiquity

Born: Servetus, Michael a famous Anti-trinharian

Born: Shepreve, John a celebrated Latin poet and linguist

Born: Staunford, Sir William an eminent lawyer in the sixteenth century

“Psalterium quintuplex,” Stephanus, Henry and in France Estienne

Born: Volterra, Daniele Di whose family name was Ricciarelli

1510

Died: Afflitto, Matthew an eminent lawyer

“Memoriale di molte Statue, e Picture sono mellinclita Cipta di Florentia per mano di Sculptori, et Pictori excellenti moderni, ed antiqui.” Albertini, Francis an ecclesiastic of Florence

“Compendium” Anglicus, Gllbertus or

Born: Bacon, Sir Nicholas lord keeper of the great seal in the reign of queen Elizabeth

Died: Bianchi, Francis Ferrari called IL Frari

Born: Brueghel, Peter called Old Brueghel

Died: Calepin, Ambrose a lexicographer of considerable fame

Born: Calmo, Andrew who was born at Venice about the year 1510

Died: Cortezi, Paul an Italian prelate

Born: Dessenius, Bernard an eminent physician

Died: Donato, Jerom a nobleman of Venice

Born: Franco, Nicolas an Italian poet of the infamous class which disgraced the sixteenth century

Died: Geiler, John or

Born: Gratarolus, William a learned physician of the sixteenth century

Born: Jansenius, Cornelius a learned Flemish prelate

Born: Ingrassias, Jon Philip an eminent physician and medical writer

Born: Kaye, John a learned English physician and co-founder of Gonvil and Caius college

“Oratio de laudibus D. Ludovici Francorum regis, &c.” Longueil, Christopher De a very elegant scholar

“In primum et secundum sententiarum commentarii,” Major, John a scholastic divine and historian

Born: Ponte, Jacob Da called also IL Bassano

Born: Postel, William a very ingenious but visionary man

Born: Pulmannus, Theodore properly Poelman

Born: Salviati, Francisco Rossi called Tl Salviati

Born: Tremellius, Immanuel a protestant divine of great learning

“History of king Boccus and Sydracke,” Twyne, John one of a family of Oxford antiquaries

Born: Vaux, Thomas of Harwedon

1511

Born: Amatus, John Roderigo Amato a Portuguese physician

Born: Amboise, Michael D' a miscellaneous French writer

Born: Ammanati, Bartholomew a celebrated architect and sculptor

Born: Bauhin, John the first of a family of men of learning and fame

Died: Benedictus, Alexander a very eminent physician and medical writer of the fifteenth century

Born: Boccaccino, Boccaccio an artist who flourished about 1496-

Died: Cotta, John an elegant modern Latin poet

Born: Eberus, Paul one of the early reformers

Born: Espence, Claude D' a learned French divine

Born: Everard, Joannes Secundus and more generally known by these last names

Died: Fabyan, Robert an English historian

Died: Giorgione an eminent artist

Died: Holte, John author of the first Latin grammar of any noie in England

Born: Hyperius, Gerard Andrew a celebrated Lutheran divine and professor of divinity

Born: Naogeorge, Thomas a celebrated protestant divine

Born: Oswald, Erasmus a learned professor of the mathematics and of the Hebrew language

Born: Parkhurst, John an eminent prelate of the sixteenth century

“Salubria de sanitate tuenda priecepta,” Paulus, Ægineta a native of the island Ægina

Born: Portus, Francis a learnedwriter of the sixteenth century

Born: Reinhold, Erasmus an eminent astronomer and mathematician

Died: Sadolet, James a polite and learned Italian

Died: Trissino, Johnn George an Italian poet

Born: Viret, Peter an able assistant in the reformation

Born: White, John bishop of Winchester

1512

Born: Abbati, Nicolo an eminent historical painter (15121571)

Died: Achillini, Alexander a native of Bologna

“Lexicon GraecoLatinum,” Aleander, Jerome a Roman cardinal

“De autoritate Ecclesise, &c.” Almain, James professor of divinity in the college of Navarre

Died: Antiquarius, James a learned Italian of the fifteenth century

“Dionocides digestus alphabetico ordine,” Apono, Peter a physician and astrologer

“Lexipyretae perpetuae questionis et annexorum solutio, de nobilitate facultatum per terminos utriusque facultatis,” Bayro, Peter De an Italian physician

Died: Bellini, Giovanni brother to the preceding

Died: Campegio, Lawrence an eminent cardinal of the Romish church

Born: Chappel, William a very learned and pious divine

Died: Dante, Peter Vincent a native of Perugia

Born: Driedo, John in low Dutch Dridoens

Born: Dyer, Sir James an eminent English lawyer

Born: Ferrars, George a learned lawyer

Born: Harding, Thomas a popish divine of considerable note

“Les Illustrations des Gaules, et singularites de Troyes,” Maire, John Le an early French poet

Born: Manutius, Paul the son of the preceding

Born: Mercator, Gerard an eminent geographer and mathematician

Born: Sainte-Marthe in Latin Sammartbanus

“Itinerarium” Stephanus, Henry and in France Estienne

Born: Surita, Jerome a Spanish historian

Born: Tintoretto, Giacopo a celebrated Italian painter

Born: Turnebus, Adrian an eminent critic and translator

Born: Vasari, George an artist

1513

Born: Adrets, François De Beaumont, Baron Des of an ancient family in Dauphiny

Born: Adriani, John Baptist the son of the preceding

Born: Argentier, John born at Quiers

Born: Baius, Michael was born at Melun

Born: Bentham, Thomas a learned and pious English divine

Born: Bordone, Paris an Italian artist

Died: Bradshaw, Henry an early English poet

Born: Caldwall, Richard an English physician

“Odes,” Celtes, Conrad a Latin poet

“An historical account of the city of Nuremberg,” Celtes, Conrad a Latin poet

Born: Coras, John De in Latin Corasitjs

“Panegyric! variorum Auctorum,” Cuspinian, John whose German name was Speis­Hammer

Born: Dalechamp, James a learned French physician and indefatigable botanist

“Rhetorum collectio,” Demades an Athenian

Died: Fontius, Bartholomæus of Florence

“Aulularia” Inghirami, Tomaso Fedra an eminent Italian scholar

Born: Latinus, Latinius one of the most learned critics of the sixteenth century

“Brevissima institutio, seu ratio grammatices cognoscendi,” Lily, William an eminent English grammarian

“History, &c. of Troy” Lydgate, John an ancient English poet

Born: Morales, Ambrose a pious and learned Spanish priest

Died: Ofihely, Maurice archbishop of Tuam

“Collectanea Bibiiorum libri quinque,” Peckham, John archbishop of Canterbury in the reign of Edward 1. was born in the county of Sussex

“Cornucopia, seu Latinae Linguae Commentarius,” Perot, Nicholas a learned prelate of the fifteenth century

Died: Pinturiccio, Bernardino a celebrated artist

“S. Basil. Sermo de differentia Usiaa et Hypostasis,” Rhenanus, Beatus a very eminent scholar and editor

“S. Gregorii Nanzianzeni oratio et Epistolae duae ad Themistium,” Rhenanus, Beatus a very eminent scholar and editor

Died: Sabbatini, Andrea known likewise by the name of Andrea da Salerno

“Polycraticon.” Salisbury, John Of one of the greatest ornaments of the twelfth century

“Elucidatio Fabric. Ususque Astrolabii,” Stoefler, John a German mathematician

1514

Born: Amyot, James bishop of Auxerre and grand almoner of France

Died: Bambridge, Christopher archbishop of York

Born: Bartholomew Of The Martyrs a pious and learned Dominican

Born: Beaucaire De Peguilon, Francis in Latin Belcarius Plguilio

Died: Bebele, Henry a native of Justingen

“Syderalis /ibyssus,” Berauld, Nicholas was born at Orleans in 1475

Died: Bramante Di Urbino but celebrated under the former name

Born: Cheke, Sir John a learned writer of the sixteenth century

Died: Columbus, Don Bartholomew brother of Christopher

“Epodon ex puris lambis,” Dousa, Janus a very learned man

Died: Elphinston, William an eminent Scotch prelate

Born: Majoragius, Mark Antony so named from a village in the territory of Milan

“Rhetorica Ciceronis,” Navagero, Andrew, a learned Italian scholar and poet

“Epithemata in insigne formalitatum opus de mente doctoris subtilis,” Ofihely, Maurice archbishop of Tuam

Died: Pace, Richard a learned Englishman

Born: Plantin, Christopher an eminent printer

“Baptista Guarinus de modo et ordine docendi ac discendi,” Rhenanus, Beatus a very eminent scholar and editor

Born: Rheticus, George Joachim a celebrated German astronomer and mathematician

Died: Ruccellai, Bernard in Latin Oricellarius

Born: Smith, Sir Thomas a very learned writer and statesman

“De re accipitraria,” Thou, James Augustus an illustrious historian of France

Born: Vesalius, Andrew a celebrated anatomist and physician

1515

“Topographia inclytae civitatis Mazariae,” Adria, John James the historian of Mazara in Sicily

“Questiones Quodlibeticae,” Adrian Vi. pope

“De Sermone Latino et de Modis Latine loquendi,” Adrian, De Castello bishop of Bath and Wells in the reigns of Henry VII. and VIII. was descended of an obscure family at Cornetto

“Tabulae sane utiles Graecarum musarum adyta compendio ingredi volentibus,” Aleander, Jerome a Roman cardinal

Died: Almain, James professor of divinity in the college of Navarre

Born: Ascham, Roger an illustrious English scholar

“Geronticon,” Augurello, John Aurelio an Italian

“In Aratoris presbyter! poema de Apostolorum rebus gestis commentarium,” Barbosa, Arius a native of Aveiro in Portugal

“De Litteratis urbis Roma principibus opusculum. Elysii Calentii oppido quam elegantes epistolse, a Barlando recognitas et argumentis auctae. Menandri dicta eximia, adnotationibus illustrata,” Barland, Adrian a learned and voluminous writer

“Taciti Annalium libri quinque priores,” Beroaldo, Philip the younger

Born: Borghini, Vincent was born at Florence in 1515 of a noble family

Died: Botticelli, Alexander an Italian painter and engraver

Born: Cananus, John Baptist one of the restorers and improvers of anatomy

Born: Cassander, George a learned popish divine of conciliatory principles

Born: Castalio, Sebastian was born in 1515

Born: Chaloner, Sir Thomas a gallant soldier

Born: Cordus, Valerius son of the preceding

Born: Ferron, Arnauld Du a French lawyer

Died: Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony a very learned lawyer in the reign of Henry VIII. was descended from an ancient family

Died: Francis I. king of France

“Satirse Octo,” Geldenhaur, Gerard Eobanus a learned German divine and historian

Born: Gomez De Castro, Alvarez was born at St Eulalia

Born: Habington, William an excellent English poet

Born: Howard, Henry Earl of Suekey

“What hopes, indeed,” Melancthon, Philip whom the common consent of all ecclesiastical historians has placed among the most eminent of the reformers

Born: Neri, St. Philip De founder of the congregation of priests of the Oratory in Italy

Died: Porta, Johnbaptista a Neapolitan gentleman

Born: Ramus, Peter a celebrated French mathematician and philosopher

“Proverbs or adagies gathered out of the Chiliades of Erasmus,” Taverner, Richard a pious layman of the reigns of Henry VIII

Born: Wier, John an able physician (?–1588)

1516

“Epistola ad Conjugem,” Adria, John James the historian of Mazara in Sicily

“De Inventione Dialectica,” Agricola, Rodolphus one of the most learned men of the fifteenth century

Born: Augustin, Anthony archbishop of Tarragona

“Metaphrasis in oeconomicon Aristotelis,” Berauld, Nicholas was born at Orleans in 1475

Born: Chabot, Peter Walter a learned philologer

“Les Grandes Chroniques des dues jde Savoie,” Champier, Benedict Curtius Symphorien a most voluminous medical and historical writer

Born: Coligni, Gaspard De the second of the name

Born: Fabricius, George a learned German

“Rule ofSt. Benedict,” Fox, Richard an eminent prelate

Born: Gesner, Conrad an eminent scholar

“Epistolos obscurorum virorum ad Dominum Magistrum Ortuinum Gratium,” Gratius, Ortuinus a native of Holhwic in the diocese of Minister

Born: Haddon, Dr. Walter an eminent scholar

Born: Lambin, Denys a learned Frenchman

“Libri duo fallaciarum,” Major, John a scholastic divine and historian

“In quatuor sententiarum commentarius,” Major, John a scholastic divine and historian

Died: Mantuan, Baptist an Italian poet of great temporary fame

Born: Masius, Andrew born in 1516

“Utopia.” More, Sir Thomas chancellor of England in the reign of Henry VIII. and one of the most illustrious 1Gent (?–1535)

Born: Poynet, John successively bishop of Rochester and Winchester

“Ortus Vocabulorum,” Rider, John an Irish prelate

Born: Robins, John an English mathematician

Born: Robortello, Francis a celebrated critic in the sixteenth century

Died: Trithemius, John a celebrated abbot of the Benedictine order

Died: Vesputius, Americus a navigator from whose name the largest quarter of the world has very unjustly been named

Died: Ximenes, Francis an eminent statesman and patron of literature

Born: Zanchius, Jerome an eminent divine

1517

“Titulos Legum ex Codice Theodosiario,” Ægidius, Peter a lawyer

“De Viris illustribus ordinis praedicatorum, libri sex in unum congesti,” Alberti, Leander adominican and provincial of his order

Born: Angelio, Peter an eminent Italian scholar and Latin poet

Born: Anguillara, John Andrew De one of the most celebrated Italian poets of the sixteenth century

“Commentaria seu Lecturas in quatuor Libros Sententiarum,” Bassol, John a native of Scotland in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries

Born: Cooper, Thomas a learned English bishop

Born: Dodoens, Rembert a learned physician and botanist

Born: Fox, John an eminent English divine and churchhistorian

Died: Galateo, Antony an eminent Italian writer

Born: Gilpin, Bernard an eminent English divine

Born: Godwin, Thomas an English prelate

“Pastime of Pleasure,” Hawes, Stephen an English poet who flourished about the end of the fifteenth century

Died: Krantz, Albert a famous historian of the fifteenth century

“De Sanitate tuenda,” Linacre, Thomas one of the most eminent physicians and scholars of his age

“Commentarius in tertium sententiarum,” Major, John a scholastic divine and historian

Born: Mary queen of England

“De fructu qui ex doctrina percipitur liber.” Pace, Richard a learned Englishman

Born: Pelletier, Jaques a celebrated French physician

Born: Perrenot, Anthony was born 1517

Born: Plowden, Edmund a celebrated lawyer

“Lives” Plutarch a great philosopher and historian of antiquity

Died: Porta, Baccio Della an eminent Florentine artist

“Quintus Curtius,” Rhenanus, Beatus a very eminent scholar and editor

Born: Sampson, Thomas an eminent puritan divine

“De Statu Religionis & lleipublicie, Carolo Quinto Cajsaie, Commentarii,” Sleidan, John an excellent German historian

“De Fulminum significationibus,” Valerianus, Pierius an ingenious and learned Italian

1518

“Collection of Scholia on seven of the tragedies of Euripides,” Arsenius archbishop of Monembasia

Born: Belon, Peter of the faculty of Paris

Died: Bembo, Pietro in Lat. Petrus Bembus

“De Cranii fractura, tractatus,” Berengarius, James a physician and anatomist of the sixteenth century

Born: Bruschius, Caspar a Latin historian and poet

Born: Bruto, John Michael a very learned Venetian

Born: Ferrari, Octavian an Italian author

Born: Foglieta, Hubert a learned Genoese

Died: Francia, Francesco an historical painter

Born: Funch, John a celebrated Lutheran divine

“De Harmonica Musicor. Instrumentorum,” Gaffurius, Franchinus an eminent musical writer

“Lamentationes obscurorum virorum non prohibits per Sedem Apostolicam,” Gratius, Ortuinus a native of Holhwic in the diocese of Minister

Born: Languet, Hubert a native of France

“Progymnasmata Thorns Mori & Gulielmi Lilii, Sodalium,” Lily, William an eminent English grammarian

“Expositio concionalis Psalmi Sexti,” Longland, John a learned prelate

“I cast myself, holy father, at your feet, with all I am and have. Give me life, or put me to death; confirm or revoke, approve or disapprove, as you please. I own your voice as that of Jesus Christ, who rules and speaks by you; and if I have deserved death I refuse not to die.” Luther, Martin an illustrious German divine and reformer of the church

“Literalis in Matthaeum expositio,” Major, John a scholastic divine and historian

“Oratio nuperrime composita de fcedere percusso inter Henricum Angliae regem, et Francorum reg. Christianiss. in aede Pauli Lond. habita,” Pace, Richard a learned Englishman

Born: Palladio, Andrew a celebrated Italian architect

“Marcelli Virgilii de militias laudibus,” Rhenanus, Beatus a very eminent scholar and editor

“In Laudem Matrimonii,” Tunstall, Cuthbert a very learned

1519

Died: Acciaioli, Zanobio probably of the same family with the preceding

“Virginia comedia, capitoli, e strambotti di messer Bernardo, Accolti Aretino, in Firenze (al di Francesco Rossegli),” Accolti, Bernard was one of the sons of the preceding

“Threnodiain funus Maximiliani Caesaris, cum Epitaphiis aliquot et Epigrammatum libello,” Ægidius, Peter a lawyer

Born: Aersens, Peter called by the Italians PietroLongo

“De Certamine Singulari.” Aquaviva, Andrew Matthew Duke of Atri in the kingdom of Naples

Born: Benzoni, Jerom a Milanese

Born: Beza, Theodore one of the chief promoters of the Reformation

Born: Caesalpinus, Andrew an eminent botanist and physician

“Oratio de Groecarum disciplinarum laudibus,” Croke, Richard in Latin Crocus

“De Cicsaribus et Imperatoribus Romanorum,” Cuspinian, John whose German name was Speis­Hammer

“Historia de rege Uladislao, seu clade Varnensi,” Esperiente, Philip Callimachus an eminent Italian historian

Born: Gresham, Sir Thomas descended of an ancient family distinguished by many honourable persons

Died: Grocyn, William a man eminently learned in his day> and one of the revivers of literature

Died: Langius, Rodolph a gentleman of Westphalia

Died: Leo X. was a pontiff whose history is so connected with that of literature and the reformation

“Expositio cone, secundi psalmi pcenitentialis, coram rege,” Longland, John a learned prelate

“Grammar.” Melancthon, Philip whom the common consent of all ecclesiastical historians has placed among the most eminent of the reformers

Born: More, Sir Antonio an eminent artist of the sixteenth century

Born: Neal, Thomas an Oxford divine

Born: Owen, George an eminent English physician

“Angeli Politiani Epistolae,” Politian, Angelus a most ingenious and learned Italian

“Synopsis de laudibus Calvitii cum scholiis,” Rhenanus, Beatus a very eminent scholar and editor

“Maximus Tyrius,” Rhenanus, Beatus a very eminent scholar and editor

Born: Sandys, Edwin a very eminent English prelate

1520

“Annotationes Anatomies,” Achillini, Alexander a native of Bologna

“Momus, de Principe,” Alberti, Leon Baptista an eminent Italian artist

“Facetie piacevoli, Fabule e Motti del Piovano Arlotto, Prete Fioreritino,” Arlotto one of those buffoons who disgrace the regular professions

Born: Baudouin, Francis in Latin Balduinus

Born: Bekinsau, John author of a book entitled “De Supremo et Absolute Regis Imperio

“Amorosa visione,” Boccaccio, John one of the most eminent Italian poets and scholars

“Epistoloe,” Bracelli, James an Italian historian and antiquary

Died: Brandt, Sebastian a lawyer

“Christ. Longolii perduellionis rei detensiones duae,” Brixius, Germain a learned Frenchman

Born: Cecil, William lord Burleigh

Died: Chisi, Agostini a merchant at Rome

Born: Churchyard, Thomas a voluminous poet of the sixteenth century

“De statu animte, lib. tres,” Claudianus Ecdicius Mamertus a learned presbyter of Vienna

Died: Colonna, Francis a Venetian dominican

“Epigrammata,” Constable, Henry an English poet of the 16th century

“Introductiones ad Grascam linguam,” Croke, Richard in Latin Crocus

Born: Cujacius, James a celebrated lawyer

Died: Despauter or Van Paute­Ren

Died: Dovizi, Bernard an eminent cardinal

Born: Faber, Basil an eminent Lutheran divine

Born: Ferrari, Lewis inventor of the first method of resolving biquadratic equations

Born: Floris, Francis a painter of history

Died: Foresti, James, Philip Of was born at Soldio

Born: Goodman, Christopher a noted puritan

Born: Hawkins, Sir John an able naval commander

“Porcheti Victoria adversus impios Hebraeos,” Justiniani, Augustin bishop of Nebo or Nebbio

Born: Illyricus, Matthias Flacius but who Latinized his name into Flaccus Illyricus

Born: Lassus, Orlandus or

Died: Longland, John a learned prelate

“Triomphe des Dames d'Honneur,” Marc He, Oliver De La a French courtier and author

Born: Monte-Mayor, George De a celebrated Castillian poet

“Epistolse ad Erasmum,” Pace, Richard a learned Englishman

Born: Piccolomini, Francis a learned man of the same family

“De Ratione Paschalis celebrationis,” Pighius, Albert a Dutch divine and mathematician

Born: Pighius, Stephen Vinand nephew to the preceding

Born: Pilkington, James a learned and pious English prelate

“Thorns Mori epigrammata Latina, pleraque e Graecis versa, ad emendatum ipsius exemplar excusa,” Rhenanus, Beatus a very eminent scholar and editor

“Velleius Paterculus,” Rhenanus, Beatus a very eminent scholar and editor

Died: Sarto, Andrea Del a famous Italian painter

Died: Stephanus, Henry and in France Estienne

Born: Tansillo, Lewis an Italian poet

Died: Veneziano, Agostino a very eminent engraver

Died: Vinci, Lionardo Da an illustrious Italian painter

Born: Vos, Martin De a Flemish painter of the sixteenth century

1521

“De humani corporis Anatomia,” Achillini, Alexander a native of Bologna

Died: Adriani, Marcel Virgil professor of the belles lettres

Died: Agrippa, Henry Cornelius a man of considerable learning

“I have (says he), the greatest reason to return thanks to Almighty God, who has given me a wife after my own heart, a virgin of a noble family, well behaved, young, beautiful, and so conformable to my disposition, that we never have a harsh word with each other; and what completes my happiness is, that in whatever situation my affairs are, whether prosperous or adverse, she still continues the same, equally kind, affable, constant, sincere, and prudent, always easy, and mistress of herself.” Agrippa, Henry Cornelius a man of considerable learning

“Epigrammata selecta ex anthologia Latine versa,” Alciati, Andrew a celebrated and learned lawyer

“De insulis nuper in vends et incolarum moribus,” Anghiera, Peter Martyr D' an Italian scholar

Died: Ariosto, Ludovico one of the most eminent Italian poets

Died: Arnolde, Richard one of our ancient English chroniclers

Born: Aylmer, John an eminent English prelate

“Commentaria, cum amplissimis additionibus, super anatomia Mundini,” Berengarius, James a physician and anatomist of the sixteenth century

Died: Brandt, Nicholas or

“De Studiis et Literis ad illustrem Dominum Baptistam de Malatestis,” Bruni, Leonard a very eminent scholar and historian

“Oratio coram Archiepiscopo Eboracensi,” Bullock, Henry a man of learning in the beginning of the sixteenth century

Died: Douglas, Gawin bishop of Dunkeld

Born: Du Bourg, Anne one of the martyrs to the cause of the protestant religion in France

Born: Guicciardini, Lewis nephew of the preceding

Born: Heerbrand, James a German divine

“Tractatus contra doctrinam Lutheri,” Kydermynster, Richard an ecclesiastic and antiquary

“In senigmatica Bossi Antibossicon primum, secundum, tertium, ad G. Hormannum,” Lily, William an eminent English grammarian

“De inaequali Temperie,” Linacre, Thomas one of the most eminent physicians and scholars of his age

Died: Luther, Martin an illustrious German divine and reformer of the church

“Of the captivity of Babylon;” Luther, Martin an illustrious German divine and reformer of the church

“De historia gentis Scotorum, sen historia majoris Britanniae,” Major, John a scholastic divine and historian

“Synesius de laude Calvitii.” Phreas, John an English writer

“Tertulliani Opera,” Rhenanus, Beatus a very eminent scholar and editor

Born: Sansovino, Francis an Italian poet and historian

Died: Signorelli, Luca a Florentine artist

Born: Sixtus V., Pope whose proper names were Felix Peretti

“Syntaxis” Stanbridge, John an eminent schoolmaster

Born: Tartaglia, Nicholas a noted mathematician

Died: Vives, Joan Lewis one of the revivers of literature

“Doctrinale antiquum fidei ecclesias catholicse,” Waldensis, Thomas a Carmelite monk of great learning in the fourteenth century

1522

“Fasciculus Medicine,” Achillini, Alexander a native of Bologna

Born: Alciati, Francis born at Milan 1522

“De Exilio” Alcyonius, Peter a learned Italian

Died: Antonius Ælius Nebrissensis was born in 1442

“Chronica Bavarise,” Aventin, John author of the Annals ofBavaria

“Commentarii in Terentii comedias,” Barland, Adrian a learned and voluminous writer

“Isagogtc breves in anatomiam corporis humani, cum aliquot figuris anatomicis,” Berengarius, James a physician and anatomist of the sixteenth century

Born: Bertaut, John first chaplain to queen Catherine de Medicis

Born: Beuther, Michael a learned German writer

“Vitae Episcoporum Murthlacensium et Aberdonensium,” Boethius, Hector a celebrated Scotch historian

Died: Brissot, Peter an eminent French physician

Born: Brucioli, Anthony a laborious Italian writer

“Theses, seu comounes loci totius Medicinae, etiam de usu Pharmacorum, Argentinae,” Brunsfels, Otho a physician of the sixteenth century

Born: Busbequius, Augher Ghislen was the natural son of the lord of Bnsbec

“De emendata Structura Latini Sermonis,” Caxton, William to whom this country owes the introduction of printing (14121492)

Born: Chemnitz, Martin an eminent Lutheran divine

Born: Egmont, Lamoral Count one of the principal lords of the bow Countries

Born: Farinato, Paul an Italian painter

Died: Fitz-James, Richard bishop of Rochester

Born: Forestus, Petrus an eminent physician

“A Treatise on Usury,” Gregory Of Rimini general of the Augustines 1357

“De Asse,” Grollier, John an eminent patron of literature

Born: Hessels, John a celebrated professor of theology at Louvain

Born: Jewel, John a learned prelate

“the order of bishops.” Luther, Martin an illustrious German divine and reformer of the church

Born: Pantaleon, Henry a learned physician and historian

“This book is very rare. Crignon, who published it, was Parmentier' s particular friend, and thus speaks of him” Parmentiek, John a French author and poet

Died: Pole, Reginald an eminent cardinal

Born: Schiavoni, Andrea named Medula

Died: Stanbridge, John an eminent schoolmaster

Born: Surius, Laurentius a voluminous compiler

Died: Tixier, John generally known by his assumed name Ravisius Textor

Died: Torrigiano, Peter an eminent Florentine sculptor

“De Arte Supputandi,” Tunstall, Cuthbert a very learned

1523

Died: Alexander Ab Alexandro a Neapolitan lawyer of great learning

“DefensioJo. Apelli pro suo conjugio,” Apel, John a lawyer

Born: Arnigio, Bartholomew an Italian physician and poet

Died: Authon, John D' historiographer of France under Louis XII. abbot of Angle in Poitou

Born: Chalvet, Matthew De in Latin Calventius

Died: Durer, Albert an eminent engraver and painter

Born: Edwards, Richard one of our ancient English poets

Born: Erastus, Thomas an eminent German physician

Born: Fallopius, Gabriel a most celebrated physician and anatomist of Italy

Born: Foreiro, Francis a learned Portuguese ecclesiastic

Died: Hutten, Ulric De a gentleman of Franconia

“Expostulatio” Hutten, Ulric De a gentleman of Franconia

Born: Junctin, Francis in Italian Giuntino

Born: Luisino, Francis of Udina in the Venetian territory

Died: Marot, John a French poet

“Assertio septem Sacramentorum adversus M. Lutherum, &c.” More, Sir Thomas chancellor of England in the reign of Henry VIII. and one of the most illustrious 1Gent (?–1535)

Born: Pancirolus, Guy the son of Albert Pancirolus

Died: Petre, Sir William a man of learning

“Propugnaculum summi sacerdotii evangelici, ac septenarii sacramentorum numeri adversus M. Lutherum, fratrem famosum, et Wickliffistam insignem,” Powell, Edward a learned popish divine (?–1540)

Born: Randolph, Thomas a statesman in queen Elizabeth’s reign (?–1590)

“Meir Nethib,” Romaine, William an English divine and writer of great popularity

Born: Sanchez, Francis an eminent classical scholar of the sixteenth century

Died: White, Sir Thomas founder of St

Born: Wigand, John a learned divine of the reformed religion

1524

“Diatribae in Ausonium, Solinum, et Ovidium,” Accorso, Mariangelus a native of Aquila

“Coryciana,” Accorso, Mariangelus a native of Aquila

“Commentaria in Psalmos,” Angriani, Michael commonly called Michael of Bologna

Died: Audley, Edmund an English prelate

Died: Augurello, John Aurelio an Italian

“In omnes Erasmi Adagiorum chiliados epitome,” Barland, Adrian a learned and voluminous writer

Born: Bellay, Joachim Du a celebrated French poet

Died: Bolen, Anne second wife of king Henry VIII. was born in 1507

“S. Brunonis Qpera et Vita,” Bruno, St. founder of the Carthusian monks

Born: Camoens, Luis De a very celebrated Portuguese poet

“Graeco- Latin Lexicon,” Ceratinus, James whose family name was Teyng

Born: Collange, Gabriel De born at Tours in Auvergne

Died: Franciabigio, Marco Antonio was an historical painter

Born: Hooker, John, an English historian

Born: Hotman, Fuancis in Latin Hototnanus

Died: Leonicenus, Nicholas an eminent Italian phy-

Died: Linacre, Thomas one of the most eminent physicians and scholars of his age

“Meir Netib,” Nathan, Isaac a learned rabbi

Born: Occo, Adolphus one of a family' of physicians of considerable eminence

Born: Paleotti, Gabriel a learned Italian cardinal

Born: Palissy, Bernard De an ingenious artist

Died: Perugino, Pietro a celebrated Italian painter

Born: Sigonius, Charles a learned Italian

Born: Strigelius, Victorinus a learned divine and promoter of the reformation

Born: Twyne, John one of a family of Oxford antiquaries

“Artis Veterinarise sive Mulomedidnae libri quatuor,” Vegetius, Flavius Renatus an ancient Latin writer

Born: Whittingham, William the puritan dean of Durham

1525

“Trattato della natura e cognizione di tutti li Tuoni di Canto figurato,” Aaron, Pietro who flourished in the sixteenth century (14801550)

Died: A Lasco, John A Lasco

“Moralia,” Almain, James professor of divinity in the college of Navarre

“Compendium Hebrææ Chaldeæque grammatices,” Aurogallus, Matthew a native of Bohemia

Born: Be, William Le engraver

“Prose di M. Pietro Bembo,” Bembo, Pietro in Lat. Petrus Bembus

“Notes on the Psalms,” Bush, Paul first bishop of Bristol

Born: Caiet, Peter Victor Palma was born in 1525 at Montrichard in Touraine

“Greek Grammar” Chalcondyles, Demetrius a native of Athens

“Les Epitaphes d‘Hector et d’Achille,” Chastelain, George a Flemish gentleman

Born: Ciaconius, Peter brother to the preceding

Died: Dorpius, Martin a very learned divine

Born: Fjsh, Simon a man who deserves some notice on account of his zeal for the reformation

Died: Gama, Vasco an illustrious Portuguese

“Epistola de excidio Britanniæ, et castigatio ordinis ecclesiastici,” Gildas the oldest British historian

Born: Gosselini, Julian an Italian poet and miscellaneous writer

Born: Hamelmanne, Herman a learned Lutheran divine

“Les trois Contes de Cupidon et d'Atropos, dont le premier fut invente par Seraphin, Poete Italien; le 2 et le 3 de Maitre Jean le Maire,” Maire, John Le an early French poet

Died: Margaret Of Valois queen of Navarre

Born: Neander, Michael one of the most learned men of the sixteenth century

Born: Peucer, Gaspard a celebrated physician and mathematician

Died: Pomponatius, Peter a modern Aristotelian

“Fate and Free will.” Pomponatius, Peter a modern Aristotelian

Born: Sainctes, Claudius De in Latin Sanctesius

Born: Socinus, Lælius a man of great learning and abilities

Born: Talbot, Robert one of our earliest antiquaries

Born: Torrentius, Lævinus in his native language called Vander Beken

Died: West, James a gentleman of literary talents

1526

“Della Fabbrica del Mondo,” Alunno, Francis an Italian scholar and mathematician

Born: Alvarez, Emanuel a celebrated Portuguese grammarian

Died: Anghiera, Peter Martyr D' an Italian scholar

“Libro de Peregrine,” Anselme, George a Latin poet of the sixteenth century

“De Hebræis urbium, regionum, &c, nominibus, liber è veteri instrumento congestus,” Aurogallus, Matthew a native of Bohemia

“De rebus Turcicis,” Balbi, John a Genoese Dominican

“De civili et beliica Fortitudine,” Balbi, John a Genoese Dominican

“De re vestiaria liber,” Bayf, Lazarus De father to the above

Born: Blackwood, Henry another brother of the preceding

“Dialogues,” Brucioli, Anthony a laborious Italian writer

“Enarrationes in Habacuc et Hoseam prophetas,” Capito, Wolfgang Fabricius an eminent Lutheran reformer

Born: Crusius, Martin a learned German scholar and antiquary

Born: Ecluse, Charles in Latin Clusius

“Monalosph atrium partibus constans quatuor, &c.” Fernel, John Francis physician to Henry II. of France

Born: Fugger, Huldric an eminent benefactor to literature

Born: Goltzius, Hubert a German antiquary

Born: Heshusius, Tillemannus a German pretestant theologian

Born: Labbe', Louisa surnamed the Beautiful Ropemaker

Died: Leo, Jons a skilful geographer

“De Morbis curandis,” Linacre, Thomas one of the most eminent physicians and scholars of his age

“Commentarius in physica Aristotelis,” Major, John a scholastic divine and historian

Born: Morata, Olympia Fulvia a learned Italian lady

Born: Muretus, Marc Anthony a very ingenious and learned critic

Born: Ossat, Arnaud D' a celebrated cardinal

“Summario de la Historia general y natural de les Indias Occidentales,” Oviedo, John Gonsales D' in Spanish Gonçalo Hermandez de Oviedo Y Valdes

Born: Place, Peter De La in Latin Plateanus

Born: Ronsard, Peter De a French poet

Died: Ruccellai, John fourth son to the preceding

“De Partu Virginis,” Sannazarius, James vernacularly Giacomo San­Nazaro

“Gradus comparationum, &c.” Stanbridge, John an eminent schoolmaster

“Republica Veneta,” Vergerius, Peter Paul one of the most learned men of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries

1527

“De incertitudiueetvanitate Scientiarum, declamatio invectiva,” Agrippa, Henry Cornelius a man of considerable learning

Born: Aldrovandus, Ulysses one of the most laborious naturalists of the sixteenth century

“Compendium iegis Chris ti,- et Quodlibeta,” Baconthorp, John surnamed the Resolute Doctor

Born: Cangiagi, Lucas called Luchet­To

Born: Corranus, Anthony the son of Ant

Born: Dee, John a great mathematician

Born: Duret, Louis born of a noble family at Beaug6-laville

Born: Enghelrams, Cornelius another artist

“Hyperaspistes:” Erasmus, Desiderius one of the most illustrious of the revivers of learning

Died: Frobenius, John an eminent and learned German printer

“Collection of the ancient Italian poets,” Guittone, D'Arezzo an Italian poet of the thirteenth century

Born: Humphrey, Laurence a learned English writer

Died: Jacobatius, Dominico bishop of Lucera

“Epistle to the prior of Newenham,” Joy, John one of the early promoters of the reformation

Died: Machiavel, Nicholas a celebrated political writer and historian

Died: Martelli, Lewis a Florentine poet

Born: Montanus, Benedict Arias a very learned Spaniard

Died: Oporinus, John a famous German printer

Born: Ortelius, Abraham a celebrated geographer

Born: Pois, Nicholas Le an eminent physician

Born: Ribadeneira, Peter a celebrated Spanish Jesuit

Born: Sackville, Thomas lord Buckhurst and earl of Dorset

Born: Sanders, Nicholas a Roman catholic writer of considerable fame

“Petri Bembi Benacus,” Sannazarius, James vernacularly Giacomo San­Nazaro

“De Partitionibus Oratoriis,” Stephanus, Robert the most celebrated printer of this family

Born: Tibaldi otherwise Pellegrino

1528

“The Form of Prayer in the Caraite Synagogue,” Aaron-Hariscon a celebrated Jewish rabbi (12601320)

Born: Andrada, Diego De Payva D' a learned Portuguese

Born: Andreas, James a celebrated Lutheran divine of the sixteenth century

Died: Anselme, George a Latin poet of the sixteenth century

“Georgii Anselmi Nepotis Epigrammaton libri septem: Sosthyrides: Palladis Peplus: Eglogæ quatuor,” Anselme, George a Latin poet of the sixteenth century

Died: Aquaviva, Andrew Matthew Duke of Atri in the kingdom of Naples

“Pontanus,” Aquaviva, Andrew Matthew Duke of Atri in the kingdom of Naples

Born: Bacon, Lady Anne the second daughter of sir Anthony Cooke

“Tabulae perpetuae Longitudinum ac Latitudinum Planetarum, ad Meridianum Lovanierisem,” Baersius, Henry a learned printer at Louvain

Born: Baroccio, Frederic an eminent Italian artist

Born: Belleau, Remi a French poet

“Oratio de pace restituta et de fcedere sancito apud Cameracum,” Berauld, Nicholas was born at Orleans in 1475

Born: Boissard, John James a famous French antiquary

Born: Breulius, James a French antiquary

Born: Brye, Theodore De an eminent engraver

“Libro del Cortegiano” Castiglione, Balthazar an eminent Italian nobleman

Born: Faur, Guy De lord of Pibrac

“De Proportionibns, libri duo,” Fernel, John Francis physician to Henry II. of France

“Cosmo-theoria libros duos complexa,” Fernel, John Francis physician to Henry II. of France

Born: Fonseca, Peter De a celebrated Portuguese Jesuit

Died: Fox, Richard an eminent prelate

Born: Fox Morzillo, Sebastian a learned Spaniard

Died: Gravina, Peter an excellent Latin poet

Born: Judex, Matthew one of the principal writers of the Centuries of Magdeburg

Born: Lotich, Peter surnamed Secundus

Born: Metkerke or Mekerchus

“Glosa sobre las obras de Juan de Mena,” Nunez, Ferdinand one of the restorers of literature in Spain

Born: Pasquier, Stephen a learned Frenchman

“De re medica libri septem,” Paulus, Ægineta a native of the island Ægina

Died: Penni, John Francis a native of Florence

“Romanae Vetustatis fragmenta, in Augusta Vindelicorum,” Peutinger, Conrad a celebrated scholar

Born: Stephanus, Henry the second of the name

“Talshoi, seu Monumentuni Stroense in Scania,” Wormius, Olaus a learned physician of Denmark

1529

“Champ-Fleuri,” Accorso, Mariangelus a native of Aquila

“De nobilitate et ppaecelleutia fccmineisexus,declamatio,” Agrippa, Henry Cornelius a man of considerable learning

“Notes upon Tacitus de situ, moribus, et populis Germanise,” Althamerus, Andrew a celebrated Lutheran minister at Nuremberg

“Cosmographia,” Apian, Peter called in German Brenkwitz

Born: Askew, Anne daughter of sir William Askew

Born: Autels, William Des a French and Latin poet

“De futuris Caroli V. successibus,” Balbi, John a Genoese Dominican

Born: Baley, Walter an English physician

“Enarrationes in quatuor libros Eneidos Virgilianse,” Barland, Adrian a learned and voluminous writer

Born: Bucholtzer, Abraham usually ranked among the German reformers

Died: Castiglione, Balthazar an eminent Italian nobleman

“De Sono Graecarum Literarum,” Ceratinus, James whose family name was Teyng

Born: Cisner, Nicholas whom we have just mentioned as the editor of Cino da Pistoia’s works

Born: Cooke, Elizabeth third daughter of sir Anthony Cooke

“Treatise on the English Sweating Sickness” Cordus, Euricius called by Melchior Adam

Died: Cuspinian, John whose German name was Speis­Hammer

“Commentarius in Virgilium,” Donatus, Ælius a celebrated grammarian in the fourth century

Died: Emilius, Paulus a famous historian

Born: Epo, Boetius a celebrated lawyer

Born: Fauchet, Claude a French antiquary of great fame

“Of the. Diversity of Courts,” Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony a very learned lawyer in the reign of Henry VIII. was descended from an ancient family

“Vita PJiilippi a Burgundia, Episcopi Uitrajectensis,” Geldenhaur, Gerard Eobanus a learned German divine and historian

Born: Gualtehus, Rodolphus an eminent Swiss divine

Born: Joubert, Laurent a learned physician

“Ad Lutheranos jam damnatos Oratio,” Longueil, Christopher De a very elegant scholar

“Luculenta in 4 Evangelia expositiones,” Major, John a scholastic divine and historian

Died: Matsys, Quintin an eminent artist

Died: Navagero, Andrew, a learned Italian scholar and poet

Born: Palestrina, John Peter Louis called by Dr

Born: Panvinius, Onuphrius a learned scholar of the sixteenth century

“De crisi et diebus criticis, eorumqufc ignis,” Paulus, Ægineta a native of the island Ægina

Born: Puttenham, George an English poet and poetical critic

“Anglorum regnum Chronicon, or Pastime of the People,” Rastall, John one of our early printers

“Epistolse,” Raulin, John a French divine

Born: Renniger, Michael or

“De Ratione Studii,” Ringelbergius, Joachim Fortius in German Sterck

“Delia Poetica,” Trissino, Johnn George an Italian poet

Born: Ursinus, Fulvius an eminent classical scholar and antiquary

Born: Zucchero, Taddeo an Italian painter

1530

“the lady Marie’s chaplain.” Able, Thomas an English divine

“Of the Vanity of the Sciences,” Agrippa, Henry Cornelius a man of considerable learning

“Encomium Historiae,” Alciati, Andrew a celebrated and learned lawyer

“Opus Epistolarum Petri Martyris Anglerii, Mediolanensis,” Anghiera, Peter Martyr D' an Italian scholar

Born: Arantius, Julius Cæesar a celebrated Italian anatomist

Born: Attendolo, Darius a military character

Born: Auger, Edmund a French Jesuit

Born: Backer, James a painter

“De compositione et usu Decretorii Pianetardm,” Baersius, Henry a learned printer at Louvain

“Dialogi ad profligandam e scholis barbariem,” Barland, Adrian a learned and voluminous writer

Born: Belleforest, Francis De a French historical compiler

“Odarum libri tres, et epigrammatum liber unus,” Beroaldo, Philip the younger

Born: Bodin, John a French lawyer

Born: Boethie, Stephen De La of Sarlat

“Catalogus illustrium Medicorum,” Brunsfels, Otho a physician of the sixteenth century

“Herbarum vivae icones, ad naturae imitationem, summa cum diligentia *et artificioefficiatae, cum effectibus earundem,” Brunsfels, Otho a physician of the sixteenth century

Born: Cagliari, Paul a celebrated artist

Born: Calfhill, James a learned divine of the sixteenth century

Died: Ceratinus, James whose family name was Teyng

Born: Chambers, David a Scotch historian

Born: Chytræus, David whose family name was Kochhafe

Born: Cooke, Katherine the fourth daughter of sir Anthony Cooke

Born: Cousin, John an eminent French artist

Born: Daneau, Lambert an eminent French protestant divine

Born: Dawes, Lancelot a learned English divine

Died: Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

Born: Dudley, Ambrose son of John duke of Northumberland

Died: Dunbar, William an eminent Scotch poet

Born: Erizzo, Sebastian a numismatical writer of considerable reputation in the sixteenth century

“The Spiritual Nosegay.” Fjsh, Simon a man who deserves some notice on account of his zeal for the reformation

“De investigatione perfect! Magisterii,” Geber, John a physician and astronomer

Died: Jocondus, John an eminent antiquary

Born: Killigrew an English name for many ingenious persons of both sexes

“Complaynt” Lindsay, Sir David an ancient Scotch poet

“You, JNlelancthon, cannot bear these disorders, and labour to have things transacted by reason, and agreeable to that spirit of calmness and moderation which your philosophy dictates. You might as well attempt to be mad with reason. Do not you see that the matter is entirely out of your power and management, and that even Christ himself forbids your measures to take place?” Luther, Martin an illustrious German divine and reformer of the church

Born: Melvil, Sir James a statesman and historian

Born: Mercurialis, Jerome a learned and eminent physician

“De Arte Navigandi, libri duo,” Nonius, Peter a very eminent Portuguese mathematician and physician

“L'Eclaircissement de la Language Fran9ois,” Palsgrave, John a polite scholar

“Perutilis Tractatus; sive explanatio quorundam capitulorum valde necessaria,” Parkins, John one of our early law-writers

Died: Parmentiek, John a French author and poet

Born: Pena, John a celebrated mathematician

Born: Pigna, John Baptist an Italian historian and miscellaneous writer

Died: Ponte, Francis Da one of a family of artists

Born: Saa, Emanuel a learned Portuguese Jesuit

Born: Simler, Josias a learned divine of the sixteenth century

Born: Stephanus, Robert the second of that name

Born: Turbervile, George an English poet

Born: Vignier, Nicholas king’s physician

Born: Whitgift, John archbishop of Canterbury in the reigns of queen Elizabeth and king James

1531

“Osco, Volsco, Romanaque eloquentia interlocutoribus, dialogus ludis Romanis actus, &c.” Accorso, Mariangelus a native of Aquila

“De Occulta philosophia, libri tres,” Agrippa, Henry Cornelius a man of considerable learning

“Abbatia Spiritns sancti in pura conscientia, fundata,” Alcock, John successively bishop of Rochester

Born: Ammirato, Scipio an eminent historian

“Jani Anysii Pomata et Satyrae, ad Pompeium Columnam cardinalem,” Anysius, Janus a modem Latin poet

Died: Batmanson, John a Roman catholic divine of the sixteenth century

Born: Bertram, Cornelius Bonaventure minister

“Germani Brixii, gratulatoriae quatuor ad totidem viros classissimos, &c.” Brixius, Germain a learned Frenchman

Born: Brucæus, Henry son of Gerard

“De Urbibus, Arcibus, Castellisque condendis & muniendis,” Durer, Albert an eminent engraver and painter

“Methodus apti et ponderosi generis dicendi.” Hermogenes of Tarsus

Died: Kydermynster, Richard an ecclesiastic and antiquary

“Flandricarum rerutn decas,” Meyer, James a Flemish historian of some note

Born: Morin, Peter a learned critic

Born: Noue, Francis De La surnamed Bras de Fer

“De rebus Gothorum,” Peutinger, Conrad a celebrated scholar

Born: Popham, Sir John an English lawyer of eminence

“Newe addicions treating most specially of the power of the Parlyament concernynge the Spiritualitie and the Spiritual Jurisdiction,” St. German, Christopher

Born: Sambucus, John an eminent physician

Born: Saravia, Hadrian A of Spanish extraction

Died: Stoefler, John a German mathematician

Died: Tomeo, Nicolo Leonico a learned Italian scholar

Born: Turner, William a very eminent naturalist and divine

Died: Valerianus, Pierius an ingenious and learned Italian

“Pro Sacerdotum barbis defensio,” Valerianus, Pierius an ingenious and learned Italian

Born: Valerio, Augustine a learned prelate

Born: Vatablus, Francis, an eminent Hebrew scholar

1532

“De bello a Christianis contra Barbaros gesto, pro Christi sepulchre et Judaea recuperandis, libri quatuor,” Accolti, Benedetto an eminent lawyer and historian of the fifteenth century

Died: Accolti, Peter another of the sons of Benedetto the historian

“Antigone,” Alamanni, Luigi an eminent Italian poet (14751556)

Born: Alan, William cardinal priest of the Roman church

“Satyrae ad Pompeiurn Columnam cardinalem,” Anysius, Janus a modem Latin poet

“Numerandi per digitos rnanusque veterum consuetudines,” Aventin, John author of the Annals ofBavaria

Born: Baldwin, William according to Wood

Born: Bayf, John Anthony De La Neuville the natural son of the subject of the next article

Born: Dudley, Robert baron of Denbigh

“De Symmetria Partium in rectis formis Humanorum Corporum,” Durer, Albert an eminent engraver and painter

“Institutiones Geometries,” Durer, Albert an eminent engraver and painter

Died: Everard, Nicholas a very eminent lawyer

“De naturali parte Medicinsr, libri septem,” Fernel, John Francis physician to Henry II. of France

Born: Filippi, Bastiano of Ferrara

“Germanise Inferioris Historic,” Geldenhaur, Gerard Eobanus a learned German divine and historian

Died: Giles, Of Viterbo a learned general of the Augustines

Died: Hyperius, Gerard Andrew a celebrated Lutheran divine and professor of divinity

Born: Jodelle, Stephen a celebrated French poet

Died: Lily, William an eminent English grammarian

“De dignitate et excellentia hominis,” Manetti, Giannozzo a very learned scholar

Born: Menochius, James a native of Pavia

“L'Istorie de Firenze, dal 1494 sino al 1531,” Nardi, James an Italian historian

“Joannis Damasceni libellus de his, qui in fide dormierunt, ex Gr. in Lat. versus,” Nogarola, Lewis a learned Italian

Born: Sutton, Thomas founder of the Charter-bouse school and hospital

Born: Tolet, Francis a learned cardinal

“Castigationes Virgilianae iectionis,” Valerianus, Pierius an ingenious and learned Italian

Born: Xylander, William a German of great abilities and learning

1533

Born: Adriani, Marcel sonof the preceding

Born: Adrichomius, Christian a geographer of considerable note

Died: Ægidius, Peter a lawyer

“Commentariain arteni brevem Raymundi Lulli,” Agrippa, Henry Cornelius a man of considerable learning

Born: Agylæus, Henry an eminent lawyer and law writer

“Xenophon’s Cyrus,” Amaseo, Romulus the son of Gregory Amaseo

Born: Angosciola, Sophonisba an eminent Italian paintress

“Opera omnia in unum collecta,” Benedictus, Alexander a very eminent physician and medical writer of the fifteenth century

“De jurisprudentia vetere ac novitia oratio,” Berauld, Nicholas was born at Orleans in 1475

Born: Brandmuller, John the eldest of a family who have made some figure in Swisserland

“De Astrolabii compositione,” Bronchorst, John of Nimeguen

Born: Casel, John a German divine

Born: Dudith, Andrew an eminent prelate

Born: Elizabeth queen of England

Died: Enghelbrechtsen, Cornelius a celebrated painter

Born: Ercilla Y Zuniga, Don Alonzo D' a Spanish poet

“Oratio de Bello Turcis inferendo et historia de his qu;r a Venetis tentata snnt, Persis ac Tartaris contra Turcos inovendis,” Esperiente, Philip Callimachus an eminent Italian historian

Died: Fox, Edward an eminent statesman

“His Astronomy, or demonstrative work of Astrology” Geber, John a physician and astronomer

“Historia Batavica, cum appendice de vetusta Batavorum nobilitate,” Geldenhaur, Gerard Eobanus a learned German divine and historian

“De vi et natura Animalium,” Gilles, Peter a distinguished scholar and traveller

Born: Grevin, James a French poet and physician

“Euclid,” Grynæus, Simon a very learned German

“De immensa Dei misericordia,” Hervet, Gentian a learned Frenchman

“A Play between Johan the husband, Tyb the wife, and sir Johan the priest,” Heywood, John one of the oldest English dramatic writers

“A merry Play between the Pardoner and the Friar, the Curate and Neighbour Prat,” Heywood, John one of the oldest English dramatic writers

“A Play of Love,” Heywood, John one of the oldest English dramatic writers

Died: Jacobs, Lucas commonly called Lucas Van Leyden

Born: Leunclavius, John a native of Amelbrun in Westphalia

“Christ. Longolii Orationes, Epistolcc, et Vita, necnon Bembi et Sadoleti epistolse,” Longueil, Christopher De a very elegant scholar

“Lexicon Graeco-Latinum,” Longueil, Gilbert a skilful physician of the sixteenth century

“Le Miroir de l'Ame pecheresse,” Margaret Of Valois queen of Navarre

Born: Montaigne, Michael De an eminent French

Died: Parrhasius, Aulus Janus an eminent grammarian in Italy

Born: Pinelli, John Vincent an Italian nobleman

“Tacitus,” Rhenanus, Beatus a very eminent scholar and editor

“An Apologye made by him, anno 1533, after he had gevhi over th' office of lord chancellor of Englande,” St. German, Christopher

“Salem and Bizance, being a dialogue between two Englishmen, one called Salem, and the other Bizance,” St. German, Christopher

“Debellation of Salem and Bizance,” St. German, Christopher

“De Republica Anglorum, or the Manner of government or police of the kingdom of England,” Smith, Sir Thomas a very learned writer and statesman

“Flowers for Latin speaking, selected and gathered out of Terence, and the same translated into English,” Udal, Nicholas an eminent schoolmaster of the sixteenth century

“History of England,” Vergil, Polydore a writer who did not want either genius or learning

Died: Wyat, Sir Thomas a statesman and poet

Born: Zabarella, James born Sept. 5

1534

“Commentarius-buper tres libros Feudorum,” Afflitto, Matthew an eminent lawyer

“I Riali di Francia,” Altissimo an Italian poet of the fifteenth century

Born: Aubert, William sieur de Massouignes

Died: Aventin, John author of the Annals ofBavaria

“De compositione et usu Quadrantis,” Baersius, Henry a learned printer at Louvain

“Dialogus quo rationes explicantur quibus dicendi ex tempore facultas parari potest, &c.” Berauld, Nicholas was born at Orleans in 1475

Born: Camerarius, Joachim son of the preceding

“Monition to a godly Life,” Colet, Dr. John a learned English divine (14661519)

“Botanologicon, sive Colloquium de Herbis,” Cordus, Euricius called by Melchior Adam

Died: Coronel, Paul a Spanish ecclesiastic

Born: Crowley, Robert a divine and poet

“S. Doleti orationes diue in Tholosam; ejusdem epistolarum hbri duo; ejusdem canninum libri duo; ad eundem epistolarum amicorum liber,” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

Born: Ethryg, George or

“The New Natura Brevium,” Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony a very learned lawyer in the reign of Henry VIII. was descended from an ancient family

“The Book of Husbandry, very profitable and necessary for all persons,” Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony a very learned lawyer in the reign of Henry VIII. was descended from an ancient family

“De vera differentia Regiee Potestatis et Ecclesiastics, et quae sit ipsa veritas et virtus utriusque,” Fox, Edward an eminent statesman

Born: Fresnaye, John Vauquelin De La an early poet of France

Born: Garnier, Robert a French tragic poet

Born: Gifanius, Hubertus a learned critic and civilian

“Monardo the Tritameron of Love,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

Born: Harpsfeld, John dean of Norwich

Born: Heere, Lucas De a painter of considerable fame

“On the unity and schism of the ancient church,” Joy, John one of the early promoters of the reformation

“The subversion of More V false foundation,” Joy, John one of the early promoters of the reformation

Born: Maldonat, John a very learned Spanish Jesuit

Died: Martens, Thierry an eminent printer

Born: Passerat, John a celebrated professor of eloquence in the royal college at Paris

Born: Philpot, John a learned English divine and martyr

“De immortalitate” Pomponatius, Peter a modern Aristotelian

Born: Possevin, Antony a learned Jesuit

Born: Rhese, John David an English physician and philologist

Born: Sadeel, Anthony one of the promoters of the reformation

“Accidentia Stanbridge,” Stanbridge, John an eminent schoolmaster

“Themistii Orationes,” Trincavelli, Victor an eminent physician

“Joannes Grammaticus Philoponus,” Trincavelli, Victor an eminent physician

Born: Ursinus, Zachary one of the most celebrated Protestant divines of the 16th century

1535

“Lecturæ super consuetudinibus Neapolitani Siciliaeque regni,” Afflitto, Matthew an eminent lawyer

“Orationes deceni: de dplici coronatione Carol! V. apud Bononiam; Ejusd. Epigram, &c.” Agrippa, Henry Cornelius a man of considerable learning

Born: Allori, Alexander called Bronzing

“Sylva Biblicorum nominum,” Althamerus, Andrew a celebrated Lutheran minister at Nuremberg

“Methodica dialectices ratio, adjurisprudentiam accommodata,” Apel, John a lawyer

Died: Arsenius archbishop of Monembasia

Died: Balbi, John a Genoese Dominican

“Fasciculus rerum Expetendarum et Fugiendarum,” Bennon a writer of the eleventh century

Died: Berni, Francis called by some writers Berna or Bernia

Born: Billi, James De was born at Guise in Picardy

Born: Butler, William one of the greatest physicians

Born: Cartwright, Thomas a puritan divine of great learning and eminence

“Jus Feudale,” Craig, Sir Thomas was born at Edinburgh in 1548

“Cinque priini canti del Sacripante,” Dolce, Lewis a most laborious Italian writer

“Dialogus de imitutione Ciceroniana, adversus Desiderium Erasmum pro Christophoro Longolio,” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

Died: Driedo, John in low Dutch Dridoens

Died: Duprat, Anthony a celebrated French cardinal

“Fasciculus rerum expetendarum et fugiendarum,” Gratius, Ortuinus a native of Holhwic in the diocese of Minister

Born: Haillan, Bernard De Girard, Lord Of a French historian

Died: Lascaris, John called Rhyndacenus

Born: Meteren, Emanuel De a protestant historian

“Observationes in Ciceronem,” Nizolius, Marius an eminent Italian scholar

“La Historia general y natural de las Indias Occidentales,” Oviedo, John Gonsales D' in Spanish Gonçalo Hermandez de Oviedo Y Valdes

Born: Rapin, Nicholas a French poet

“Livii decades tres,” Rhenanus, Beatus a very eminent scholar and editor

“Opera omnia Latina,” Sannazarius, James vernacularly Giacomo San­Nazaro

Born: Stapleton, Thomas a celebrated controversialist on the side of the papists

“De re vesiiaria, de vasculis ex Bayfio excerpt.” Stephanus, Charles brother to the preceding

“Epicteti Enchiridion, cum Arriaiii comment,” Trincavelli, Victor an eminent physician

Born: Woolton, John bishop of Exeter in queen Elizabeth’s reign' (?–1594)

1536

“Deir Istoria de' suoi tempi,” Adriani, John Baptist the son of the preceding

“Anti-Claudianus, seu de viro optimo, et in omni virtute perfecto, lib. ix. Carmine,” Alanus De Insulis surnamed the Universal Doctor

“Gr. Venice” Alexander Aphrodiseus one of the most celebrated followers of Aristotle

“Secrets,” Alexis a Piedmontese

“Exegemata in priores duos Dioscoridis de materia medica libros,” Amatus, John Roderigo Amato a Portuguese physician

“Protogenos,” Anysius, Janus a modem Latin poet

Died: Apel, John a lawyer

Born: Ayrault, Peter in Latin Ærodius

Born: Bilson, Thomas a learned writer

“Ad Petrum Histrium dialogoruni Libri,” Bruni, Leonard a very eminent scholar and historian

“De malo recentiorurn medicorum medendi usu,” Cardan, Jerom an Italian physician

Born: Cort, Cornelius a celebrated engraver

“A faithful and true Prognostication upon the Year 1548, &c.” Coverdale, Miles the pious and learned bishop of Exeter in the reign of Edward VI. was born in Yorkshire in 1487

Died: Decius, Philip a jurist

“Commentariorum linguce Latinse tomi duo,” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

Born: Dresserus, Matthew a learned German

“Opera S. Dionysii quatuor in Latinam linguam conversa,” Erigena, John Scotus an eminent scholar of the middle age

“Virorum qui superiori nostroque steculo eruditione et doctrina illustres atque memorabiles fuerunt, Vitae,” Fichard, John was a lawyer of Frankfort on the Maine

“History of the Reformation.” Fox, Edward an eminent statesman

“A treatise behoovefull as well to preserve the people from pestilence, as to help and recover them, &c.” Gibson, Thomas a native of Morpeth in Northumberland

Born: Gratiani, Antonio Maria a learned bishop of Amelia

Born: Harpsfeld, Nicholas brother to the preceding

Died: Howard, Henry Earl of Suekey

Born: Howard, Charles earl of Nottingham

Born: Lambarde, William an eminent lawyer and antiquary

Born: Maffei, John Peter a learned Jesuit

Born: Magini, John-Anthony professor of mathematics in the university of Bologna

Born: Monantheuil, Henry De an able mathematical and medical writer

“Annotationes in Senecae Philosophi Opera,” Nunez, Ferdinand one of the restorers of literature in Spain

Died: Pagninus, Sanctes an Italian of great skill in Oriental languages and biblical learning

Born: Pamelius, James a learned Fleming

Died: Pellican, Conrad a learned German divine and reformer

Born: Plater, Felix an eminent physician

Died: Rastall, John one of our early printers

“Commentarius in omnes Davidis Psalmos,” Remigius Of Auxerre was a learned French Benedictine monk in the ninth century

Died: Ringelbergius, Joachim Fortius in German Sterck

Born: Smeton, Thomas a learned Scotch divine

“Vulgaria Stanbridgiana,” Stanbridge, John an eminent schoolmaster

“Excerpta of Stobseus,” Stobæus, John an ancient Greek writer

“Virgil” Vergil, Polydore a writer who did not want either genius or learning

Born: Walsingham, Sir Francis an eminent statesman in the reign of queen Elizabeth

“Description of the Holy Land,” Ziegler, James a learned philosopher

1537

Died: Æmiliani, St. Jerome a nobleman

Born: Alford, Michael whose real name is said to be Griffith

“Practica de Gattinaria,” Aquilanus, Sebastianus his true name being unknown

“Commentary on the Psalms,” Arnobius of Gaul

“The bishop’s book,” Barlowe, William a learned bishop in the sixteenth century

“Electra” Bayf, Lazarus De father to the above

“Biblicae Histories artinciossissimce depictae,” Beham, Hans an engraver of Nuremberg

“Scholia in Dialecticam Georgii Trapezuntii,” Bronchorst, John of Nimeguen

“Tabula Philosophise partitionem continens,” Bruschius, Caspar a Latin historian and poet

Died: Castaldi, Cornelius a lawyer of Italy

Born: Chopin, Rene an eminent lawyer

Born: Clavius, Chuistopher a German Jesuit

Died: Claymond, John one of the presidents of Magdalen college

“Luther’s Exposition of the 23d Psalm,” Coverdale, Miles the pious and learned bishop of Exeter in the reign of Edward VI. was born in Yorkshire in 1487

“A comfort concerning them that be dead, and howe wyfe, chyldren, and other frendes shal be comforted, the husband being dead,” Coverdale, Miles the pious and learned bishop of Exeter in the reign of Edward VI. was born in Yorkshire in 1487

“De fide ecclesise, contra Judasos,” Crispin, Gilbert abbot of Westminster in the eleventh and twelfth centuries

Born: Dante, Ignatius according to some

“Joan. Despauterii Ninivitae Commentarii Grammatici,” Despauter or Van Paute­Ren

“De re navali liber ad Lazarum Bayfium,” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

Born: Doneau, Hugh in Latin Donellus

“Anatomise pars prior, in qua membra ad caput spectantia, recensentur, et delineantur,” Dryander, John whose real name was Eichmens

Born: Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

Born: Genebrard, Gilbert a celebrated Benedictine

“Lexicon GræcoLatinum,” Gesner, Conrad an eminent scholar

“Triumphus B. Job,” Gratius, Ortuinus a native of Holhwic in the diocese of Minister

Born: Guarino an eminent pastoral poet

Born: Horsti Us, James an eminent physician

“Annales de Republica Genoensi,” Justiniani, Augustin bishop of Nebo or Nebbio

Born: Maitland, John lord of Thirlstone

Born: Mariana, John a Spanish historian

Died: Parker, Matthew the second protestant archbishop of Canterbury

“Andria” Periers, Bonaventure Dbs an old French satirist

“Cymbalum mundi, en Fran9ais, contenant quatres dialogues poetiques, fort antiques, joyeux, et facetieux,” Periers, Bonaventure Dbs an old French satirist

Died: Phavorinus Favorinus

“Vinetum” Stephanus, Francis the eldest son of the preceding

“Cosmographies aliquot Descriptiones,” Stoefler, John a German mathematician

“Nova Scientia inventa,” Tartaglia, Nicholas a noted mathematician

“The comparison of the Old Learning and the New,” Turner, William a very eminent naturalist and divine

Died: Wakefield, Robert a learned divine in the reign of Henry VIII. was born in the north of England

Born: Wolfe, John a learned compiler

1538

“De bello Turcis inferendo,” Agricola, George a German physician

“Trivia, sive de causis senatoriis, &c.” Alberti, Leon Baptista an eminent Italian artist

“Epistolae de religione, et epigrammata,” Anysius, Janus a modem Latin poet

Born: Arbuthnot, Alexander principal of the university of Aberdeen

Born: Baillou, William an eminent French physician and writer

Born: Baronius, Cæsar an eminent ecclesiastical writer

Born: Bersmann, Gregory a native of Germany

Born: Borromeo, Charles an eminent Romish saint and cardinal

Born: Bristow, Richard an eminent Roman catholic priest and writer in the reign of queen Elizabeth

Died: Brixius, Germain a learned Frenchman

Born: Chantereau-Le-Febure, Louis a learned French antiquary

Died: Dalechamp, James a learned French physician and indefatigable botanist

“S. Doleti Galli Aurelii Carminum libri quatuor,” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

Born: Edward Vi. king of England

“Traditio DoctrinsB,” Elias, Levita a rabbi of the sixteenth century

“The Office of Sheriffs, Bailiffs of Liberties, Escheators, Constables, Coroners,” Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony a very learned lawyer in the reign of Henry VIII. was descended from an ancient family

Died: Gomez De Cividad Real, Alvarez a Spanish Latin poet

Born: Googe, Barnaby was a celebrated poet and translator

Born: Guagnini, Alexander a native of Verona

“Latin Poems” Hutten, Ulric De a gentleman of Franconia

Born: Kingsmill, Andrew one of the earliest puritan divines

“Deploratioun of the Deith of quene Magdalene.” Lindsay, Sir David an ancient Scotch poet

Born: Lobel a botanist

Born: Marnix, Philip De seigneur du Mont

“Pamachius Tragedia,” Naogeorge, Thomas a celebrated protestant divine

“Incendia sive Pyrgopolinices Tragedia,” Naogeorge, Thomas a celebrated protestant divine

“A History of Attila,” Olahus, Nicholas a learned prelate

Died: Olivetan, Robert a person of whose history little is known

“La Bible de l'Epee,” Olivetan, Robert a person of whose history little is known

“Georgii Pachymerae Paraphrasis in decem epistolas bead Dionysii Areopagitæ,” Pachymera, George an eminent Greek

“Commentarii in Hippocratis librum de Insomniis,” Scaliger, Juuus Caesar a very learned and eminent critic

Born: Strein, Richard baron de Schwarrenaw

“De Literarum ludis recte aperiendis liber,” Sturmius, John the Cicero of Germany

1539

Born: Acosta, Joseph D' a celebrated Spanish author

Born: Amman, Jost a painter and engraver

“Chant Natal,” Aneau, Bartholomew a man of eminent learning in the sixteenth

Born: Blackwood, Adam professor of civil law at Poictiers

“Arithmetica,” Bronchorst, John of Nimeguen

“Commentarium Rerum Graecarum,” Bruni, Leonard a very eminent scholar and historian

“Aristotelis Priora resolutoria, &c.” Burana, John Francis a native of Verona

“Ficheide del P. Siceo (i. e Francis Maria Molza) col Commento dr Ser Agresto (Annibal Caro) sopra la prima Ficata,” Caro, Hannibal an Italian poet

Died: Champier, Benedict Curtius Symphorien a most voluminous medical and historical writer

“De emendanda ecclesia,” Cochlæus, John a native of Nuremberg

“Genethliacon Claudii Doleti, Stephani Doleti nlii; liber vitae communi in primis utilis et necessarius; autore patre, Lugduni, apud eundem Doletum,” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

“Formulas Latinarum locutionum illustriorum in tres partes divisae,” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

“Francisci Valesii, Gallorum regis, fata, ubi rein omnem celebriorem a Gallis gestam noscas, ab anno 1513 ad annum 1539,” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

“Claudii Cotersei Turonensis de jure et privilegiismilitum libri tres, et de officio imperatoris liber unus,” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

“Eclogues,” Eobanus, Hessus a celebrated Latin poet of Hesse

“Of the Surveying of Lands,” Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony a very learned lawyer in the reign of Henry VIII. was descended from an ancient family

“Remarks on cardinal Cajetan’s Commentaries on the Bible,” Fonseca, Anthony De a learned Dominican of Lisbon

“Pistole Vulgari,” Franco, Nicolas an Italian poet of the infamous class which disgraced the sixteenth century

Born: Gilbert, Sir Humphrey a brave officer and navigator

Died: Goclenius, Conrad a learned philologist

Born: Howard, Henry earl of Northampton

Born: Martin, Thomas an eminent civilian

“Desecanda venain Pleuritide inter Graecos et Arabes concordia,” Monardes, Nicholas a Spanish physician

“Invective against the great and detestable vice, Treason,” Morysin, Sir Richard a statesman of great learning

Born: Nancel, Nicholas De so called from the village of Nancel

“A Declaration of the 94th Psalm,” Parker, Henry, Lord Morley

Born: Pithou, Peter a French gentleman of eminence in the republic of letters

Born: Raphelengius, Francis a learned writer of the 16th century

“Api,” Ruccellai, John fourth son to the preceding

Born: Socinus, Faustus nephew of the preceding

“In partitiones Oratorias Ciceronis libri duo,” Sturmius, John the Cicero of Germany

“The Garden of Wysdome, &c. containing the sayings of princes, philosophers, &c.” Taverner, Richard a pious layman of the reigns of Henry VIII

“Commentatio Theologica, in Aphorismos dissecta, per Sebast. Gryphseum,” Wilson, Florence known in his own time

1540

Born: Agard, Arthur a learned and industrious English antiquary

“De Pictura, prestantissima et nunquam satis laudata arte, &c.” Alberti, Leon Baptista an eminent Italian artist

Born: Alberti, Solomon the pupil of Jerome Fabricius at Padua

Died: Althamerus, Andrew a celebrated Lutheran minister at Nuremberg

Died: Alvares, Francis a Portuguese priest

“Gemisti Plethonis de gestis Gnecorum post pugnam ad Mantineam per capita tractatio duobus libris explicata, M. Antonio Antimacho interprete. Ad haec Dionysii Halicarnassei prcccepta, &c.” Antimachus, Mark-Antony one of the most celebrated Greek professors in Italy in the Sixteenth century

Born: Antoniano, Silvio a man of great learning

Died: Anysius, Janus a modem Latin poet

“Astronomicum Caesareum,” Apian, Peter called in German Brenkwitz

Died: Barbosa, Arius a native of Aveiro in Portugal

“Pirotecnia, nella quale si tratta non sole della diversita delle minere, ma anco di quanto si ricerca alia pratica di esse, e che s’appartienne all‘arte della fusione o getto de’ metalli,” Biringuccio, Vanucci an Italian mathematician

Born: Campian, Edmund an ingenious Roman catholic writer

Born: Ciaconius, Alphonsus a Spanish author of considerable celebrity

Born: Devereux, Walter the first earl of Essex of this name and family

“Observationes in Terentii Andriam et Eunuchum,” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

“La maniere de bien traduire d'une langue en une autre de la ponctuation Francoise, &c.” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

“Liber de imitatione Ciceroniana adversus Floridum Sabinum Responsio ad convitia ejusdem Sabini; Epigrammata in eundem,” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

Died: Donato, Bernardin a very learned scholar of the sixteenth century

Born: Dyer, Sir Edward a poet of the Elizabethan age

Born: Egerton, Thomas lord Ellesmere

Died: Eobanus, Hessus a celebrated Latin poet of Hesse

“Epigrammata arcuum triumphalium, Valentianis Carolo V. in ejus adventu exhibitorum,” Everard, Nicholas Grudius the third son of the preceding

“D. Basilii Moralia, et Ascetica,” Fumani, Adam an accomplished scholar and Latin poet

Born: Gilbert, William a learned physician

Born: Greenville, Sir Richard a gallant naval officer

Born: Grynæus, John James was born at Bern in 1540

Born: Jeannin, Peter a native of Burgundy

Died: Lampridius, Benedict of Cremona

“Acolastus,” Palsgrave, John a polite scholar

Died: Parmigiano, Il whose family name was Francis Mazzuoli

Born: Paruta, Paul a noble Venetian

Died: Pordenone, John Antony Licinius known by the former name

“Narratio de Libris Revolutionum Copernici,” Rheticus, George Joachim a celebrated German astronomer and mathematician

Born: Rogers, Daniel a man of considerable ability in the court of queen Elizabeth

Died: St. German, Christopher

“Capitoli” Sansovino, Francis an Italian poet and historian

Born: Scaliger, Joseph Justus son of the preceding

“The Epistles and Gospels, with a brief postill upon the same, from Advent to Low Sunday; and from Easter to Advent,” Taverner, Richard a pious layman of the reigns of Henry VIII

Died: Valdes, John a Spanish reformer of the sixteenth century

Born: Vere, Edward seventeenth earl of Oxford

Born: Vieta, Francis a very celebrated French mathematician

1541

“Enchiridion Principis ac Magistratus Christiani,” Ægidius, Peter a lawyer

Died: Akakia, Martin professor of medicine in the university of Paris

“Historic di Bologna, deca e libro primo deca secunda sino all' anno 1253,” Alberti, Leander adominican and provincial of his order

Born: Alting, Menso the father of Henry and grandfather of James Alting

“Recueil des divers auteurs sur l'education des enfans,” Anysius, Janus a modem Latin poet

Born: Barclay, William a learned and eminent Civilian

Born: Bauhin, John his eldest son

“Dialogus de concilio,” Benavidio, Mark in Latin Marcus Mantua Benavidius

Died: Bunel, Peter an elegant Latin scholar

Died: Calcagnini, Celio a canon of the church of Ferrara

“Diarium Expeditions Scoticae,” Cecil, William lord Burleigh

Died: Cerrati, Paul a lawyer and Latin poet

Born: Ceruti, Frederick a learned philologist

Born: Charron, Peter was born at Paris in 1541

Born: Chretien, Florent a French poet

“Bibliotheca Eliotae,” Cooper, Thomas a learned English bishop

“The Olde Faithe,” Coverdale, Miles the pious and learned bishop of Exeter in the reign of Edward VI. was born in Yorkshire in 1487

“Christen State of Matrimony,” Coverdale, Miles the pious and learned bishop of Exeter in the reign of Edward VI. was born in Yorkshire in 1487

Born: Crillon, Louis De Berthon De of an illustrious family of Italy

“De origine Turcorum,” Cuspinian, John whose German name was Speis­Hammer

“Libri tres de legato, de immunitate legatorum, et de Joannis Langiachi Lemovicensis episcopi Legationibus,” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

“Les epitres et evangiles des cinquante-deux dimanches, &,c. avec brieve exposition,” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

“Lexicon Chaldaicum,” Elias, Levita a rabbi of the sixteenth century

“The Castle of Health,” Elyot, Sir Thomas a gentleman of eminent learning in the reign of king Henry Vlil. and author of several works

“Sententise vere elegantes pian, sive capitula Patrum,” Fagius, Paul whose German name was Buchlein

Born: Fevardentius, Francis a Franciscan friar

Born: Fevre, Guy De Sieur De La Boderie Or Giudo Fabricius Boderianus

“On the difference between the Platonic and Aristotelian Philosophy,” Gemistus, George an eminent Greek philosopher

Born: Groto, Lewis an Italian poet

“De Bello Trojano, lib. V.” Joseph Of Exeter a writer of considerable taste and elegance

Born: Mercati, Michael a physician and naturalist

Died: Merlin, James a learned doctor of the Sorbonne

“On the Education of Ladies,” Piccolomini, Alexander archbishop of Patras

Died: Regius, Urban a name he thought proper to change

“Procli sphaeram comment.” Stoefler, John a German mathematician

Born: Stubbs, John a learned lawyer in queen Elizabeth’s reign

Born: Tossanus, Daniel a learned protestant divine

1542

Born: Allen, Thomas an eminent mathematician of the sixteenth century

Born: Aquaviva, Claudius son to John Jerome

“Declaration of William Tolwyn,” Bale, John in Latin Baleus or Balæus

Died: Barland, Adrian a learned and voluminous writer

Born: Barradas, Sebastian a Jesuit and eminent Portuguese divine

“Leges de re Rustica, et Novella Constitutio prima,” Baudouin, Francis in Latin Balduinus

Born: Bellarmin, Robert an Italian Jesuit

Born: Benci, Francis an Italian orator and poet

Died: Benivieni, Jerome a celebrated poet of Florence

Died: Beolco, Angelo surnamed Ruzzante

“Le Chevalier Chretien,” Berquin, Lewis De a gentleman of Artois

“De monetarum potestate simul et utilitate,” Biel, Gabriel one of the ablest scholastic divines of his time

“Commentaries on the aphorisms of Hippocrates and Galen,” Brasavola, Antonius Musa a famous physician

Born: Canterus, Willum an eminent linguist and philologer

Died: Chasseneuz, Bartholomew was born at IssyTEveque

“Commentary on the Galatians,” Claudius or

Died: Clenard, Nicholas was a native of Diest

“The Actes of the Disputation in the cowncell of the empyre, holden at Regenspurg 1” Coverdale, Miles the pious and learned bishop of Exeter in the reign of Edward VI. was born in Yorkshire in 1487

“Miles Christianus,” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

“On Confession,” Dolet, Stephen a voluminous French writer

Born: Estius, William an eminent Dutch divine of the popish persuasion

Died: Faber, John sirnamed from one of his works

“Liber Fidei,” Fagius, Paul whose German name was Buchlein

“Liber Tobijr,” Fagius, Paul whose German name was Buchlein

“Alexandri Aphrodisiensis Commentarius in primum priorum Analyticbrum Aristotelis,” Felicianus, John Beunardine a native of Venice

Died: Fonseca, Anthony De a learned Dominican of Lisbon

“Historia Plantarum,” Fuchs, Leonard an eminent German physician and botanist

“Catalogus Episcoporum Ultrajectinorum,” Geldenhaur, Gerard Eobanus a learned German divine and historian

Died: Gratius, Ortuinus a native of Holhwic in the diocese of Minister

“De humana historia, vel de singularum hominis partium cognitione,” Landus, Bassianus an Italian physician

“Macer’s Herbal practysed by Dr. Lin aero, translated out of Latin into English.” Macer, Æmilius an ancient Latin poet

Born: Mæstlinus, Michael a celebrated astronomer of Germany

Born: Mary queen of Scots

Born: Molza, Tarquinia grand-daughter to the preceding

“De Crepusculis,” Nonius, Peter a very eminent Portuguese mathematician and physician

Born: Pagit a Puritan divine

“Annotationes in Lib. Gulielmi Lilii.de Lat. Norn, generibus,” Robertson, Thomas an eminent grammarian

Died: Shepreve, John a celebrated Latin poet and linguist

“Apophthegms” Udal, Nicholas an eminent schoolmaster of the sixteenth century

Died: Vida, Marcus Hieronymus an elegant modern Latin poet and critic

“Epithetorum commentarii,” Zanchius, Basil one of the most learned men of the sixteenth century

1543

Born: Adamson, Patrick a Scottish prelate

“Contractse ex veteribus Medicinae Tetrabiblos,” Ætius a physician of Armicla

Died: Agnolo, Baccio D' a sculptor and architect of Florence

Born: Alberti, John a German lawyer of the 16th century

“Phil. Melanch. super utraque Sacramenti specie, et de authoritate Episcoporum,” Alen, Edmond a native of Norfolk

Died: Aquilanus, Sebastianus his true name being unknown

Died: Aurogallus, Matthew a native of Bohemia

“Yet a course at the Homy she Fox,” Bale, John in Latin Baleus or Balæus

Died: Bellay, William Du another brother of the preceding

“Machumetis Saraceriorum principis, ejusque successorum vitae, doctrina, ac ipse Alcoran,” Bibliander, Theodore an eminent Protestant divine

Born: Boscan, John Almogaver a Spanish poet

Born: Bunney, Francis younger brother of the preceding

“Musculorum humani corporis picturata dissectio,” Cananus, John Baptist one of the restorers and improvers of anatomy

“The Office of Servants,” Chaloner, Sir Thomas a gallant soldier

“De dormientibus in Christo,” Cheke, Sir John a learned writer of the sixteenth century

Died: Copernicus, Nicholas an eminent astronomer

Died: Eckius, John a learned divine

Died: Egmont, Lamoral Count one of the principal lords of the bow Countries

Born: Fontana, Domenick an eminent Italian architect

Died: Gibertus, John Matthew an eminent patron of literature

Born: Gordon, James a Scotch Jesuit

Born: Goulart, Simon a protestant divine

“Plutarch’s Precepts for the preservation of good health,” Hales, John a learned Englishman

Born: Hanmer, Meredith an English divine of a very mixed character

Born: Heurnius, John a celebrated physician

Born: Lesdiguieres, Francis De Bonne, Duke De peer

Died: Longueil, Gilbert a skilful physician of the sixteenth century

“Observationes in Pomponium Melam,” Nunez, Ferdinand one of the restorers of literature in Spain

“On History,” Robortello, Francis a celebrated critic in the sixteenth century

“Dictionarium Latino-Gallicum,” Stephanus, Robert the most celebrated printer of this family

Born: Still, John bishop of Bath and Wells

Born: Texeira, Joseph Peter a learned Portuguese Dominican

“The hunting of the Romish 'Fox,” Turner, William a very eminent naturalist and divine

“Avium praecipuarum, quarum apud Plinium et Aristotelem mentio est, brevis et succincta historia,” Turner, William a very eminent naturalist and divine

“De Humani Corporis Fabrica,” Vesalius, Andrew a celebrated anatomist and physician

Born: Zucchero, Frederico an eminent painter

1544

Died: Arena, Anthony D' a lawyer and macaronic poet in the sixteenth century

“Toxophilus,” Ascham, Roger an illustrious English scholar

Died: Audley, Thomas descended of an ancient and honourable family

Born: Bancroft, Richard archbishop of Canterbury in

Born: Bartas, William De Salluste Du the son of a treasurer of France

“Origine Vitaet costumi di Dante Alighieri,” Boccaccio, John one of the most eminent Italian poets and scholars

Born: Bodley, Sir Thomas that illustrious benefactor to literature

“Obras de Boscan y Garcilaso,” Boscan, John Almogaver a Spanish poet

Born: Bus, Cæsar De founder of the society of the priests

“Remedio alia pestilente Dottrina d'Ochino,” Catharinus, Ambrose a celebrated divine of the sixteenth century

“Scholia in N. Test.” Clarius, Isidorus one of the most learned divines in the sixteenth century

Died: Cordus, Valerius son of the preceding

“Opuscula,” Curio, Cœlius Secundus of Piemont

“Dialoghi della Musica,” Doni, Anthony Francis a Florentine

“Philip’s Repertory.” Eberus, Paul one of the early reformers

Born: Fevre, Nicolas Le a very ingenious

Died: Folengo, Theophilus more known by his assumed name of Merlin Coccaio

Born: Franck but more generally called Old Francks

Died: Fumani, Adam an accomplished scholar and Latin poet

“De methoclo ac ratione studendi in jure civili libri tres,” Gribaldus, Matthew surnamed Mofa

Died: Guevara, Antony De a Spanish writer

“A present consolation for the sufferance of persecution for righteousness,” Joy, John one of the early promoters of the reformation

“Jatropologia Liber quo multa adversus Barbaros Medicos disputantur,” Ingrassias, Jon Philip an eminent physician and medical writer

“De medendi methodo,” Kaye, John a learned English physician and co-founder of Gonvil and Caius college

Died: Latome, James a learned scholastib divine of the sixteenth century

Died: Lee, Edward archbishop of York

Died: Magnus, John archbishop of Upsal

Died: Marot, Clement son of the preceding

Born: Masson, Papirius a French historical and miscellaneous writer

Died: Molza, Francis-Maria an eminent Italian and Latin poet

Died: More, Sir Thomas chancellor of England in the reign of Henry VIII. and one of the most illustrious 1Gent (?–1535)

Born: Nevile, Alexander an English poetical writer

Born: Palma, Jacob the Young

“Recueil desCEuvres de B. Desperiers,” Periers, Bonaventure Dbs an old French satirist

“The Regimen of Life,” Phaer, Thomas a Welsh physician and poet

Born: Pithou, Francis advocate to the parliament of Paris

“De orbis concordia,” Postel, William a very ingenious but visionary man

“Historiae ecclesiastics scriptores, Eusebii preparatio et demonstratio evangelica,” Stephanus, Robert the most celebrated printer of this family

“Historia de naturis herbarum, scholiis et notis vallata,” Turner, William a very eminent naturalist and divine

Born: Verdier, Antony, Seigneur De Vauprivas a very useful biographer and bibliographer

1545

“Lucidario in Musica di alcune Oppenioni Antiphe e Moderne,” Aaron, Pietro who flourished in the sixteenth century (14801550)

“De Nativitatibus,” Abraham, Ben Chaila a Spanish rabbi

“Varipus History.” Ælian, Claudius an historian and rhetorician

“Le Richesse della Lingua Volgare,” Alunno, Francis an Italian scholar and mathematician

“Two decades of the history of Ferdinand and Isabella,” Antonius Ælius Nebrissensis was born in 1442

“Toxophilus the school of Shooting, in two books,” Ascham, Roger an illustrious English scholar

“Canti xi. composti del Bandello, ilelle lodi della signora Lucrezia Gonzaga,” Bandello, Matthew a celebrated Italian novelist

“Prolegomena seu prefata de jure civili,” Baudouin, Francis in Latin Balduinus

Died: Bayf, Lazarus De father to the above

“Observationes legales,” Benavidio, Mark in Latin Marcus Mantua Benavidius

Died: Berruguete, Alonzo an eminent Spanish painter

“Oracula Sybillina Gr. cum castigationibus,” Betuleius, Sixtus whose name in German was Birck

“Dialogo amoroso e rime di Giuseppe Betussi e d'altri autori,” Betussi, Joseph an Italian scholar of considerable celebrity

“De Genealogia deorum” Betussi, Joseph an Italian scholar of considerable celebrity

“Tractatus de indiciis homicidii ex proposito conmiissi, &c.” Bianchi, Mark Anthony an Italian lawyer

Born: Casserius, Julius a distinguished anatomist

“Prayers or Meditations, wherein the mind is stirred patiently to suffer all afflictions here, and to set at nought the vain prosperitie of this worlde, and always to long for the everlasting felicitee,” Catherine Parr sixth and last queen to Henry VIII. celebrated for her learning (15121548)

“Hist. M, T, Ciceronis, Marci filii,” Cicero, Marcus the son of Marcus Tullius Cicero

“The Defence of a certayne poore Christen Man who als shuld have beene condemned by the Popes Lawe,” Coverdale, Miles the pious and learned bishop of Exeter in the reign of Edward VI. was born in Yorkshire in 1487

“An Abridgment of Erasmus’s Enchiridion militis Christiani,” Coverdale, Miles the pious and learned bishop of Exeter in the reign of Edward VI. was born in Yorkshire in 1487

Born: Dousa, Janus a very learned man

Born: Drake, Sir Francis one of our most distinguished naval heroes

“Ammonii Hermeae Comment, in Isagogen Porphyrii,” Felicianus, John Beunardine a native of Venice

“De vacuandi ratione, liber,” Fernel, John Francis physician to Henry II. of France

Died: Firenzuola, Angelo so called from his native city

“M. Ant. Flaminii in Librum Psalmorum brevis explanatio,” Flaminio, Mark Anthony an eminent Latin poet

“Cornarus furens,” Fuchs, Leonard an eminent German physician and botanist

“On the Investigation of the truth of Metals, and on Furnaces, with other works,” Geber, John a physician and astronomer

Born: Gerarde, John a surgeon and famous herbalist of the time of queen Elizabeth

Born: Harvey, Gabriel a caustic wit of the Elizabethan period

“Commentary on Daniel, from Melancthon,” Joy, John one of the early promoters of the reformation

Born: Junius professor of divinity at Leyden

Died: Lupset, Thomas an eminent scholar

“History of the Caesars,” Mexia, Peter a historian of some note in Spain

“Cicero de finibus,” Morel is the name of a family well known among the eminent French printers (15601638)

Born: Oleaster, Jerome a learned Portuguese Dominican of the sixteenth century

“Maniere de trailer les playes faites par harquebuses, fleches, &c.” Pare', Ambrose a French surgeon of eminence

“Council of Trent.” Pole, Reginald an eminent cardinal

“The lives, heroic deeds, and sayings of Gargantua and Pantagruel.” Rabelais, Francis a celebrated French wit

Born: Stanyhurst, Richard an historian

“Petrarch,” Tornasius, John the first of a family of eminent printers and booksellers

“Rescuing of the Romish Fox,” Turner, William a very eminent naturalist and divine

Born: Turselin, Horace a learned and indefatigable Jesuit of Rome

1546

“Elegantiæ Grammaticæ,” Aben-Ezra -Hezer

“La Coltiva­?ione,” Alamanni, Luigi an eminent Italian poet (14751556)

“Bucolicorum auctores,” Ammonius, Andrew a native of Lucca

“De revocatrone feudi alienati,” Anania, John D' was a lawyer of much reputation in the fifteenth century

“Collection des auteurs bucoliques,” Anysius, Janus a modem Latin poet

“The true hystorie of the Christen departynge of the reverend man D. Martyne Luther, &c.” Bale, John in Latin Baleus or Balæus

“Commeiitarii in libros quatuor instituti juris civilis,” Baudouin, Francis in Latin Balduinus

“Novi Testament! Concordantia Grseca,” Betuleius, Sixtus whose name in German was Birck

Born: Beyma, Julius an eminent lawyer

Born: Bigne, Marguerin De La a priest

“Bucolicorum auctorcs,” Boccaccio, John one of the most eminent Italian poets and scholars

Died: Boccaccino, Boccaccio an artist who flourished about 1496-

Born: Bodley, Laurence a younger brother of sir Thonas Bodley

Born: Brahe, Tycho a very celebrated astronomer

Died: Calcar, John a historical and portrait painter

Born: Chaderton, Laurence first master of Emanuel-­college

“De Abusu Uroscopirc,” Cordus, Euricius called by Melchior Adam

Born: Desportes, Philip a poet to whom much of the improvement of the French language is attributed

Died: Elyot, Sir Thomas a gentleman of eminent learning in the reign of king Henry Vlil. and author of several works

Born: Gerlach, Stephen a Lutheran divine

“La Couronne Marguaritique,” Maire, John Le an early French poet

Born: Matthew, Tobias an eminent English prelate

Born: Parsons, Robert in both which ways he wrote his name

Died: Pippi, Julio called more frequently Julio Romano

Born: Piscator, John a protestant German divine

Born: Pistorius, John a learned divine

Born: Querenghi, Antony a poet of Italy

Born: Rhodoman, Laurence a learned German

Born: Sprangher, Bartholomew a German painter

Born: Sylburgius, Frederic a learned German

Born: Taliacotius, Gaspar professor of medicine and anatomy in the university of Bologna

“Oratio” Tatian a writer of the primitive church

“On the illustrious ecclesiastical Writers,” Trithemius, John a celebrated abbot of the Benedictine order

“Chiliades,” Tzetzes, John a celebrated grammarian of Constantinople

Born: Vander-Linden, John Antonides a learned professor of physic at Leyden

1547

“Compendiolo di niolti dubbj segreti et sentenze intorno il Canto-fermo e figurato,” Aaron, Pietro who flourished in the sixteenth century (14801550)

“Pausanias,” Amaseo, Romulus the son of Gregory Amaseo

Died: Amboise, Michael D' a miscellaneous French writer

“Heliodorus,” Amyot, James bishop of Auxerre and grand almoner of France

“Rime,” Aragon, Tullia D' a celebrated poetess of Italy

“Dialogo deli‘ infinita d’Amore,” Aragon, Tullia D' a celebrated poetess of Italy

“Maritime Dialogues” Arrivabene, John Francis of a noble family of Mantua

“A treatise of moral Philosophy,” Baldwin, William according to Wood

Born: Bales, Peter the most famous master in the art of penmanship

Born: Barneveldt, John D'Olden the celebrated Dutch statesman

Died: Bectoz, Claude De daughter of a gentleman of Dauphine

“Dramata sacra,” Betuleius, Sixtus whose name in German was Birck

“Cautelse singulares ad reorum defensam,” Bianchi, Mark Anthony an Italian lawyer

“Tractatus de compromissis faciendis inter conjunctos, et de exceptionibus impeclientibus litis ingressum,” Bianchi, Mark Anthony an Italian lawyer

Born: Bonifacio, John an eminent Italian lawyer

Died: Bonner, Edmund bishop of London

“A Treatise on the residence of Bishops,” Carranza, Bartholomew a Dominican

Born: Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel De the author of Don Quixote

“Providentia Dei,” Cheke, Sir John a learned writer of the sixteenth century

Died: Cisner, Nicholas whom we have just mentioned as the editor of Cino da Pistoia’s works

Born: Emmius, Ubbo a learned professor of Groningen

“Porphyrius de abstinentia animalium,” Felicianus, John Beunardine a native of Venice

Born: Frischlin, Nicodemus a learned critical and poetical writer of Germany

“L'Anti Machiavel,” Gentillet, Innocent a Protestant lawyer

Died: Grafton, Richard an English printer and historian

Died: Hall, Edward an English lawyer and historiographer (15001547)

Born: Heywood, John one of the oldest English dramatic writers

Born: Hilliard, Nicholas an English artist

“Answer to the Lord Winchester’s book, entitled A detection of the Devil’s Sophistry, &c.” Hooper, John an eminent prelate and martyr

“A Declaration of Christ and his office,” Hooper, John an eminent prelate and martyr

Born: Hospinian, Ralph a learned Swiss writer

Died: Leland, John an eminent English antiquary

Born: Lipsius, Justus a very learned critic

Born: Manutius, Aldus the younger

“Laus Asini,” Mexia, Peter a historian of some note in Spain

“Observationes in loca obscura et depravata Hist. Nat. C. Plinii, cum retractationibus quorundam locorum Geographiae Pomponii Melae, locisque aliis non paucis in diversis utriusque linguae authoribus castigatis et exposuis,” Nunez, Ferdinand one of the restorers of literature in Spain

“Rime” Parabosco, Jerome an Italian comic writer

Died: Perino Del Vaga, Otherwise Pierino Buonaccorsi one of the most distinguished scholars and assistants of Raphael in the Vatican

Died: Piombo, Sebastian Del was called also Venetiano

Died: Sabinus, George whose family name was Schalter

Died: Schoner, John a noted German philosopher and mathematician

Born: Snell, Rodolph a Dutch philosopher

“Andria” Stephanus, Francis the eldest son of the preceding

“Dante,” Tornasius, John the first of a family of eminent printers and booksellers

“Les Marguerites des Marguerites de la reine de Navarre,” Tornasius, John the first of a family of eminent printers and booksellers

Died: Vatablus, Francis, an eminent Hebrew scholar

Born: Whitaker, William one of the most eminent divines of the sixteenth century (?–1595)

Died: Wilson, Florence known in his own time

1548

“De Urinis Hbri septem.” Actuarius, John

“A Christian Introduction for youth, containing the principles of our faith and religion,” Alen, Edmond a native of Norfolk

“Decisiones physionomicae,” Apono, Peter a physician and astrologer

“A godly Medytacyon of the Christen Soule, from the French of Margaret queen of Navarre,” Bale, John in Latin Baleus or Balæus

“Poemata juvenilia,” Beza, Theodore one of the chief promoters of the Reformation

“De ratione communi omnium linguarum et litterarum commentarius,” Bibliander, Theodore an eminent Protestant divine

Born: Bocchi, Francis one of the most voluminous writers of Florence

“Primitiae,” Bradford, John one of the most eminent of the protestant divines who suffered martyrdom in the reign of queen Mary

Died: Buchanan, George a Scottish historian

“Discorsi Piacevoli,” Calmo, Andrew who was born at Venice about the year 1510

Born: Candido, Peter was an artist

Died: Capilupi, Camillus a native of Mantua

“Contradicentium Medicorum libri duo,” Cardan, Jerom an Italian physician

Died: Cortez, Gregory a learned cardinal

“Carmina quinque poetarum,” Cotta, John an elegant modern Latin poet

Born: Craig, Sir Thomas was born at Edinburgh in 1548

Died: Fagius, Paul whose German name was Buchlein

“Bibliotheca.” Gesner, Conrad an eminent scholar

“Common Prayer Book” Goodrich, Thomas an eminent English prelate

“The Union of the Houses of York and Lancaster,” Hall, Edward an English lawyer and historiographer (15001547)

“Atticae linguae interpres facilis, disertus, aptus.” Harpsfeld, Nicholas brother to the preceding

Died: Hotman, Fuancis in Latin Hototnanus

“Lexicon Graeco-Latinum,” Junius, Adrian a learned Hollander

“Paraphrase on St. Mark,” Kay, Thomas the antagonist of Dr

“An^lorum Regum Chronices Epitome,” Lily, William an eminent English grammarian

Born: Marcilius, Theodora a learned German critic

Born: Pareus, David a celebrated divine of the reformed religion

Died: Placentinus, Peter is said to have been the real name of a German author

Born: Procaccini, Julius Cæsar an eminent artist

“The Urinal of Physic, and the Judicial of Urines,” Recorde, Robert a learned physician and mathematician

“A declaration of the twelve articles of the Christen faythe, &c.” Regius, Urban a name he thought proper to change

“The Olde Learnyng and the New compared, &c.” Regius, Urban a name he thought proper to change

“Epistola exhortatoria missa ad Nobilitatem ac Plebem universumque populum regni Scotiae, Lond.” Seymour, Edward duke of Somerset

“Institutiones Chris, tiana?,” Soto, Peter a contemporary of the preceding

Born: Sparke, Thomas a puritan divine of considerable note

Born: Suarez, Francis a Spanish Jesuit

“Names of Herbes, in Greek, Latin, English, Dutch and French,” Turner, William a very eminent naturalist and divine

Born: Van Mander, Charles another eminent artist

1549

“Alciati’s emblems translated,” Aneau, Bartholomew a man of eminent learning in the sixteenth

“Geomantia,” Apono, Peter a physician and astrologer

“The Canticles or Balades of Solomon, phraselyke declared in English metres,” Baldwin, William according to Wood

“A Dialogue or Communycacyon to be had at a table between two chyldren gathered out of the Holy Scriptures, by John Bale for his two yonge sonnes, Johan acid Paule,” Bale, John in Latin Baleus or Balæus

“Gemma Ecclesiastica,” Barry, Girald usually called Giraldus Cambren­sis

“Trium poetarurn elegantissimorum, Porcelii, Basinii, et Trebanii Opuscula nunc primum edita,” Basin of Parma

“Cynogeticon,” Bodin, John a French lawyer

Died: Bomberg, Daniel a celebrated printer of the sixteenth century

Born: Broughton, Hugh a divine of great eminence for his extensive knowledge in Hebrew and rabbinical learning

“De omnibus totius Germanise Episcopatibus Epitome, &c.” Bruschius, Caspar a Latin historian and poet

Died: Calvin, John one of the chief reformers of the church

“Moriae Encomium,” Chaloner, Sir Thomas a gallant soldier

Died: Chamber, John a learned physician in the sixteenth century

“The true subject to the rebel*” Cheke, Sir John a learned writer of the sixteenth century

“De actis et scriptis Lutheri,” Cochlæus, John a native of Nuremberg

Born: Coke, Sir Edward lord chief-justice of England

Died: Colocci, Angelo in Latin Angelus Colotius

“The second volume of the Paraphrase ef Erasmus on the New Testament,” Coverdale, Miles the pious and learned bishop of Exeter in the reign of Edward VI. was born in Yorkshire in 1487

“An Oration at the conclusion of the same;” Cox, Richard a learned English bishop

Born: Craig, Nicholas Cragius

“Rime Maritime,” Franco, Nicolas an Italian poet of the infamous class which disgraced the sixteenth century

Born: Garzoni, Thomas an Italian writer of some note

“La Circe,” Gelli, John Baptist an eminent Italian writer

Born: Gibbons, Richard a learned English Jesuit

Born: Godefroi, Denys an eminent lawyer

Born: Gorlæus, Abraham an eminent antiquary

“Lesson of the Incarnation of Christ,” Hooper, John an eminent prelate and martyr

Died: Hospital, Michel De L' chancellor of France

“Concordia Evangelica,” Jansenius, Cornelius a learned Flemish prelate

Died: Major, John a scholastic divine and historian

Born: Mornay, Philip De lord of Plessis Marly

“Apostolicae Institutiones in parvum libellum collectse.” Nogarola, Lewis a learned Italian

“Loci Theologici,” Perion, Joachim a learned doctor of the Sorbonne

“The Long Way,” Pisan, Christina De an Italian by birth

“Targum of Jonathan, son of Uziel, on Jeremiah,” Quinquarboreus or

Born: Rainolds, John one of the most learned and eminent divines of the sixteenth century

“The Ground of Arts, teaching the perfect worke and practice of Arithmeticke, both in whole numbers and fractions, after a more easie and exact forme then in former time hath beene set forth,” Recorde, Robert a learned physician and mathematician

Born: Savile, Sir Henry a most learned man

Died: Sternhold, Thomas an English poet and psalmodist

Born: Tabourot, Stephen a French author

“The History of Italy,” Thomas, Wilmam a learned writer of the sixteenth century

“Of the vanity of the World,” Thomas, Wilmam a learned writer of the sixteenth century

Born: Ziegler, James a learned philosopher