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1474 and Sixtus
Pope Sixtus IV gave the nuns canonical status in 1474.
In 1474 Christian travelled two times: in April he went to Milan ( his stay in Lombardy is celebrated by frescoes by Il Romanino in the Malpaga Castle ) and Rome, in Italy, where he met Pope Sixtus IV.
The origin of the orthodox Clareni, approved as true Franciscans by Sixtus IV in 1474, is unknown ; nor is it clear whether they were followers of Angelo who kept aloof from heresy or, after falling into his error, retracted.
The Archbishop of Cosenza approved the group and established them as a religious Order on November 30, 1470, and this approval was confirmed by Pope Sixtus IV in his Bull Sedes Apostolica of May 17, 1474.
In 1474 Sixtus IV gave him permission to write a rule for his community, and to assume the title of Hermits of St. Francis: this rule was formally approved by Alexander VI, who, however, changed their title into that of Minims.
Pope Sixtus IV conferred on him the title of Duke of Urbino ( 1474 ).
* Sixtus of Tannberg ( appointed 12 January 1474 ; died 14 July 1495 )
His most famous work was his history of the world from Creation to Pope Sixtus IV, Fasciculus temporum, which was published in many editions between 1474 and 1726, including almost 40 editions during his lifetime.
In the spring of 1462, the king applied to Pope Pius II for indulgence for having constructed the chapel, which was finally granted upon the his visit to Pope Sixtus IV in Rome in 1474.
At this time ( 1474 ) Pope Sixtus IV bestowed upon him the title of archbishop of Caesarea.

1474 and IV
In 1474, King Henry IV of Castile died without a male heir.
The death of King Henry IV of Castile in 1474 set off a struggle for power called the War of the Castilian Succession ( 1475-1479 ).
In 1474 a marriage alliance was agreed to with Edward IV of England by which the future James IV of Scotland was to marry Princess Cecily of York, daughter of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville.
* King Henry IV of Castile ( 1425 – 1474 )
* Queen Isabella I of Castile, who succeeded her half-brother Henry IV in 1474
After Henry ’ s IV death ( 1474 ), the Castilian crown was disputed between the half sister of the king, Isabella I of Castile, married with Prince Ferdinand II of Aragon, and the king ’ s daughter, Juana de Trastámara, popularly known as la Beltraneja-because her father was alleged to be Beltrán de La Cueva.
he was the partisan of the Princess Isabella, afterwards queen, while his eldest brother Diego Hurtado de Mendoza, 2nd marquis of Santillana, remained however faithful to king Henry IV of Castile, till his rather controverted death in December 1474.
He claims that a letter written in 1474 by Paolo dal Pozzo Toscanelli and found amongst the private papers of Columbus indicates that an earlier Chinese ambassador had direct correspondence with Pope Eugene IV in Rome.
A young child when his mother married Edward IV, Richard first appeared on the public scene when he took part in the jousts to celebrate the creation of his half-brother Richard as duke of York in 1474, a feat he repeated at the duke's marriage celebrations in 1478.
This couple, Andrés de Cabrera and Beatriz Fernández de Bobadilla gave the keys of the Royal Treasury at Segovia, to Queen Isabel I of Castile and her husband, also a king, Ferdinand II of Aragon during the Civil War ensued from the death in strange circumstances, December 1474, of king of Castile, Henry IV of Castile, the half brother of much younger and immediately self promoted to Queen of Castile, Isabel I of Castile.
Henry IV ( Castilian: Enrique, ) ( 5 January 1425 – 11 December 1474 ), King of the Crown of Castile, nicknamed the Impotent ( ruled 1454 – 1474 ), was the last of the weak late medieval kings of Castile.
In a 1474 letter of Toscanelli to Columbus, the authenticity of which has been a matter of disagreement among scholars, Toscanelli mentions the visit of men from Cathay ( China ) during the reign of Pope Eugenius IV ( 1431 – 1447 ):
* Rudolph IV 1474 – 1510 ( co-regent )
During the struggle between Afonso V of Portugal and Ferdinand of Aragon for the right of succession to Henry IV of Castile, the last male of his house ( 1474 ), much depended upon the attitude of Calatrava.

1474 and sent
The Chinese government sent a censor, Ch ' en Chun, to Champa in 1474 to install the Champa King, but he discovered Vietnamese ( Annamese ) soldiers had taken over Champa and were blocking his entry.
* Vignaud, H. ( 1902 ) Toscanelli and Columbus: The letter and chart of Toscanelli on the route to the Indies by way of the west, sent in 1474 to the Portuguese, Ferman Martins, and later on to Christopher Columbus ; a critical study on the authenticity and value of these documents and the sources of the cosmographical ideas of Columbus, followed by the various texts of the letter.
< p id =" 1474 "> In 1474 Toscanelli sent a letter and a map to his Portuguese correspondent Fernão Martins, priest at the Lisbon Cathedral, detailing a scheme for sailing westwards to reach the Spice Islands and Asia.

1474 and nephew
On 22 July 1474 he drew up a will by which he divided the succession between his grandson René II of Lorraine and his nephew Charles II, count of Maine.
René retired to Provence, and in 1474 made a will by which he left Bar to his grandson René II, Duke of Lorraine ; Anjou and Provence to his nephew Charles, count of Le Maine.

1474 and Giuliano
However, Pietro died prematurely in 1474, and his role passed to Giuliano della Rovere.
Built to Giuliano da Maiano's design, it was begun in 1474 and completed in 1511.

1474 and della
The Chancellor of Florence, Marsilio Ficino commented on Plato ’ s Symposium ( 1474 – 75 ), while Girolamo Benivieni composed his Canzone d ’ amore ( 1486 ), which Pico della Mirandola analyzed soon after.

1474 and later
King Louis XI and later his allies, the Old Swiss Confederacy, faced Charles the Bold during the Burgundian Wars ( 1474 – 1477 ).
Holstein once existed as the County of Holstein (; 811 – 1474 ), the later Duchy of Holstein (; 1474 – 1866 ), and was the northernmost territory of the Holy Roman Empire.
He moved his residence from Redcliffe to Westbury where he became dean in June 1469, and where he remained until his death 5 years later in 1474.
* John Russell, Bishop of Rochester, later Bishop of Lincoln ( 1474 – 1483 )
Martin Behaim, the father, had many businesses including some in Venice, and later became an elected senator ( 1461 ), eventually dying in 1474 ( Agnes Schopper died on 8 July 1487 ).
Barnard Castle had passed to the Duke of Gloucester ( later Richard III ) in the right of his wife, Anne Neville in about 1474.
Indeed John Canynges and his business partner William Cheddar the Elder had taken temporary possession of William Corbet's 2 / 3rds occupancy of Alveston manor as security for their debt, and later granted it by gift to William II Canynges ( d. 1474 ) who held it from them as a " free tenant ".
To this end, the former " regional " transmitters were synchronised in chains on ( initially ) two frequencies, 668 and 767 kHz, with an additional chain of low powered transmitters ( known as " Group H ") on 1474 kHz appearing later.
A few years later, Brugues moved his residence to Praia, began construction on the Matriz Church in 1456, and administered the Captaincy of the island from this location ( around 1460 ), until he disappeared in 1474, on another of his trips between the colony and the continent.
Two years later, in May 1474, the building was nearing completion when it suddenly collapsed because of an earthquake — an extremely rare event in Moscow.
In 1474 and 1478, the Exchequer of Chester guaranteed his safety and that of his monks, and in a later turnaround of events in 1480 he and twelve fellow monks were themselves bound over to keep the peace in the city.
The conflicts culminated in 1474, after duke Sigismund of Austria had concluded a peace agreement with the confederates in Constance ( later called the Ewige Richtung ).
In a second phase, Sigismund sought to achieve a peace agreement with the Swiss confederates, which eventually was concluded in Konstanz in 1474 ( later called the Ewige Richtung ).
* 4800 Class ( 0-4-2T ): 4800 – 4874 ( later 1400 – 1474 )
The settlement was part of the dominion of João Gonçalves Zarco, who granted its use for cultivation, around 1462 to João Ferreira and his wife Branca Dias ; these settlers later donated their lands to their grand-child Branca Teixeira, on 22 August 1474.

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