What Happened in 1530

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Historical Events

  • Feb 24 1st imperial coronation by a Pope, Charles V crowned by Clement V
  • Mar 7 King Henry VIII's divorce request is denied by the Pope. Henry then declares that he, not the Pope, is supreme head of England's church
  • Apr 8 Holy Roman Emperor convenes Imperial Diet in German city of Augsburg to address Protestant tensions
  • Jun 20 German Parliament joins to Augsburg together
  • Jun 25 The Augsburg Confession where Germany's Protestant princes force Holy Roman emperor Charles V to hear their Confession of Faith
  • Aug 12 Florence surrenders for emperor Karel I
  • Sep 20 Luther advises protestant monarch compromise
  • Nov 5 St Felix Flood ravages Dutch coast and destroys the city of Reimerswaal in the Netherlands
  • Nov 19 The Recess document resulting from the Diet of Augsburg signed by Charles V and catholic princes

World Leaders in 1530

Famous People in 1530

Famous Deaths

  • Apr 18 Francois Lambert d'avignon, French church reformer, dies at about 43
  • Apr 24 Jacopo Sannazaro, Italian poet (De partu Virginis), dies
  • Aug 3 Philibert Chalon, prince of Orange/viceroy of Naples, dies
  • Sep 29 Andrea del Sato, [d'Agnolo di Franceszo], Italian painter, dies at 44
  • Nov 29 Thomas Wolsey, Cardinal, adviser and Lord Chancellor, (1514-29) to England's King Henry VIII (approx. 60)
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