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* 1593 – Pierre Barrière fails in his attempt to assassinate King Henry IV of France.
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From his research grew his Disputationes de controversiis christianae fidei ( also called Disputationes ), first published at Ingolstadt in 1581 – 1593.
The Compendium of Materia Medica is a pharmaceutical text written by Li Shizhen ( 1518 – 1593 AD ) during the Ming Dynasty of China.
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (; 29 September 1571 – 18 July 1610 ) was an Italian artist active in Rome, Naples, Malta, and Sicily between 1593 and 1610.
However, once occupied by the Quito hosts of Huayna Capac ( 1593 – 1595 ), the Incas developed an extensive administration and began the colonization of the region.
* 1593 – Japanese invasion of Korea: Approximately 3, 000 Joseon defenders led by general Kwon Yul successfully repel more than 30, 000 Japanese forces in the Siege of Haengju.
The family tree of Louis III, Duke of Württemberg | Ludwig Herzog von Württemberg ( ruled 1568 – 1593 )
In her 1915 work The Pulleynes of Yorkshire, author Catharine Pullein suggested that Fawkes's Catholic education came from his Harrington relatives, who were known for harbouring priests, one of whom later accompanied Fawkes to Flanders in 1592 – 1593.
It was continued by various writers and grew to twenty-one volumes ( 1633 – 1738 ), including illustrations by the beautiful copperplate engravings of Matthäus Merian ( 1593 – 1650 ).
* 1593 – Playwright Thomas Kyd's accusations of heresy lead to an arrest warrant for Christopher Marlowe.
1593 and Pierre
The Satire Ménippée ( 1593 / 1594 ) written by Nicolas Rapin, Jean Passerat and Florent Chrestien, and edited / revised by Pierre Pithou was a political and satirical work in prose and verse which criticized the excesses of the Catholic League during the Wars of Religion.
1593 and attempt
He returned to Bohemia in 1584 in a vain attempt to get a post at the court of Rudolf II, and so enlisted as a soldier, participating in the 1593 and 1597 campaign against the Turks.
1593 and King
Siamese King Naresuan fighting the Burmese crown prince Mingyi Swa at the battle of Yuthahatthi in January 1593.
The Royal Thai Armed Forces Day is celebrated on January 18 to commemorate the victory of King Naresuan the Great in battle against the Vice-King of Burma in 1593.
The saddest experience in his old days was the conversion of King Henry IV to Catholicism, in spite of his most earnest exhortations ( 1593 ).
He reconverted to Catholicism in 1593 — he is said to have remarked, " Paris is well worth a mass "— and was crowned King of France at the Cathedral of Chartres on 27 February 1594.
Nevertheless, immediately after King John's death, the Uppsala Synod, summoned by Duke Charles, rejected the new liturgy and drew up an anti-Catholic confession of faith, March 5, 1593.
Finally, in a bid to peacefully end the war, Henry of Navarre was received into the Roman Catholic Church on July 25, 1593 and was recognized as King Henry IV on February 27, 1594.
Hard-pressed by the Siamese, to repay his debts, King Sattha ( 1576 – 94 ) surrounded himself with a personal guard of Spanish and Portuguese mercenaries, and in 1593 asked the Spanish governor of the Philippines for aid.
" The Great Battle of Yuthahatthi "-Ayutthaya Kingdom | Siam ese King Naresuan fights the Burmese crown prince near Suphanburi in Jan. 1593.
The war was concluded when the Burmese crown prince Minchit Sra was killed by Siamese King Naresuan in personal combat on elephant in 1593.
In religion, Protestantism was a driving force in the use of the vernacular in Christian Europe, the Bible being translated from Latin into vernacular languages with such works as the Bible in Dutch: published in 1526 by Jacob van Liesvelt ; Bible in French: published in 1528 by Jacques Lefevre d ’ Étaples ( or Faber Stapulensis ); German Luther Bible in 1534 ; Bible in Spanish: published in Basel in 1569 by Casiodoro de Reina ( Biblia del Oso ); Bible in Czech: Bible of Kralice, printed between 1579 and 1593 ; Bible in English: King James Bible, published in 1611.
Once Tagtshang Repa Ngawang Gyatso ( 1573 – 1651 ), a disciple of the 5th Gyalwang Drukpa Paksam Wangpo ( 1593 – 1641 ) and Drukpa Yongzin Ngawang Sangpo, was meditating at Ugyen dzong, a retreat cave near Kargil of Guru Padma Sambhava and Naropa, after his pilgrimage to the Swat Valley ( now in Pakistan ), when he received an invitation from King Jamyang Namgyal of Ladakh.
Fort Jesus ( Forte Jesus de Mombaça ) is a Portuguese fort built in 1593 by order of King Philip I of Portugal ( King Philip II of Spain ), then ruler of the joint Portuguese and Spanish Kingdoms, located on Mombasa Island to guard the Old Port of Mombasa, Kenya.
It was built by Robert Stewart, 1st Earl of Orkney ( 1533 – 1593 ), illegitimate son of King James V and his mistress Euphemia Elphinstone.
In 1593, a plot against James was discovered, and the King surprised the conspirators, who included the Earls of Montrose and Gowrie, at Doune Castle.
( 1438 – 48 ; early adherent of Old Norse mythology ), Jöns Bengtsson ( Oxenstierna ) ( 1448 – 67 ; King of Sweden ), Jakob Ulfsson ( 1470 – 1514 ; founder of Uppsala University ), Gustav Trolle ( 1515 – 21 ; supporter of the Danish King ), Johannes Magnus ( 1523-26: wrote an imaginative Scandianian Chronicle ), Laurentius Petri ( 1531 – 73 ; main character behind the Swedish Lutheran reformation ), Abraham Angermannus ( 1593 – 99 ; controversial critic of the King ), Olaus Martini ( 1601 – 09 ), Petrus Kenicius ( 1609 – 36 ),
The school was founded on the initiative of the Swedish-American Augustana Synod and immigrant Swedes, and received its name partly in reference to the historic University of Uppsala in Sweden and partly in memory of the Meeting of Uppsala, which had taken place in 1593 – exactly 300 years before the founding of the college – establishing Lutheran Orthodoxy in the country after the attempts of King John III to reintroduce Roman Catholic liturgy.
Adam was voivode of Leczyca Voivodship, participant of King Stefan Batory ` s wars against Muscovy, member of the Sejm, general starost of Greater Poland from 1593 to 1628.
She also funded several distinguished tomb monuments in the Wawel Cathedral, including the monument of her brother King Sigismund Augustus and her own monument in Sigismund's Chapel ( both 1574 – 1575, Santi Gucci ) and her husband Stephen Báthory in the Chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary ( 1586, Santi Gucci ) as well as the tomb of mother Bona Sforza in the Basilica di San Nicola in Bari ( 1593 ).
These arms were granted by William Dethick | Sir William Dethick, Garter Principal King of Arms | Garter King of Arms, on 10th April 1593 on his elevation to the bishopric.