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  1. Jacques Cartier (8139 bytes)
    15: ==Second Voyage 1535-1536==
    17: ...]] ([[Montreal]]) and arrived on [[October 2]], [[1535]]. Much more impressive than the small and squal...
    19: ...actly when Cartier decided to spend the winter of 1535-1536 in Canada but the decision must have been ma...
    23: From mid-November 1535 to mid-April 1536 the French fleet lay frozen sol...
  2. Mary, the mother of Jesus (30135 bytes)
    25: ... for ''God-bearer'') and ''[[St. Mary]]''. Catholics also refer to her as ''Mother of the Church'', ''...
    45: Both Roman Catholics and Orthodox make a clear distinction between suc...
    61: ...er children with [[Joseph the Betrothed]]. Catholics and Orthodox explain references to Jesus' brother...
    86: For Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholics alike, [[assumption of Mary|Mary's assumption]], ...
    90: ...ogma]] by [[Pope Pius XII]] in 1950; Roman Catholics must therefore hold the doctrine as true. [[Pope...
  3. Vermont (39851 bytes)
    38: ...ong been known for its [[Liberalism|liberal politics]] and staunchly independent political thinking. T...
    60: ...ermont is thought to be [[Jacques Cartier]], in [[1535]]. On [[July 30]], [[1609]], [[French colonizatio...
    101: ===Politics===
    108: ...Party |Republican Party]] dominated Vermont politics throughout most of the late [[1800s]] and into th...
    160: == Demographics ==
  4. History of California (38344 bytes)
    21: ...Cortés accompanied expeditions in [[1534]] and [[1535]] without finding the sought-after city.
    23: On [[May 3]], [[1535]], Cortés claimed "Santa Cruz Island" (now known...
    90: ...[[September 25]], [[1988]], and many Roman Catholics are pushing for his [[canonization]] (promotion t...
    143: ...t lay sandwiched strategically between the republics of California and [[Texas]], so it too was includ...
    170: ...ho played a significant role in Californian politics through their control of mines, shipping, and fin...
  5. Thomas More (15893 bytes)
    2: ...''' ([[7 February]], [[1478]]–[[6 July]], [[1535]]), posthumously known also as '''Saint Thomas Mo...
    29: ===Religious polemics===
    48: On [[1 July]] [[1535]], More was tried before a panel of judges that i...
    53: ... posthumous reputation, particularly among Catholics. More was [[beatification|beatified]] by the Pop...
    59: ...nstance, in his enthusiastic persecution of heretics). Biographer [[Jasper Ridley]] goes much further...
  6. Protestant Reformation (26890 bytes)
    42: ... for centuries: the neo-Platonism of the scholastics and the neo-Aristotelianism of Thomas Aquinas and...
    48: ...?(in 1523), Copenhagen (1530), M? (1534), Geneva (1535), Augsburg (1537) and Scotland (1559).
    55: ...o the cities had little understanding of [[economics]], so they had no understanding of the increasing...
    64: ...s most fully spelled out by the medieval scholastics. According to the doctrine of consubstantiation, ...
    72: ...se he denounced the Pope for involvement in politics as well as religion. Moreover, he backed the nobi...
  7. Gerardus Mercator (3294 bytes)
    9: ...nd [[Gaspar Myrica]]. They worked together from [[1535]] to [[1536]] to construct a terrestrial [[globe]...
    12: ...map of Europe ([[1554]]) and he taught [[mathematics]]. He produced more maps and he was appointed Cou...
  8. Erasmus (18332 bytes)
    14: ...n of the highest importance in the world of politics and of thought, and his advice on all kinds of su...
    16: ...hree other editions - in [[1522]], [[1527]] and [[1535]].
    23: ... nature and his previous practise. One of the topics he dealt with was the [[free will|freedom of the ...
    34: ...appiest of his homes, at Basel, and returned in [[1535]] after an absence of six years. Here, in the mid...
    40: ...[[1523]]), Erasmus displays his skill in [[semantics]]. He accuses Hutten of having misinterpreted his...
  9. Francis Drake (14963 bytes)
    2: ...n|navigator]], naval pioneer, [[pirate]], [[politics|politician]], and [[Civil engineering|civil engin...
    7: ...f his birth is unknown and could be as early as [[1535]]. The [[1540]] date is taken from a portrait pai...
  10. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    15: ...eon Abravanel|Judah ben Isaac Abravanel]], (1460?-1535?){{fn|C}}{{fn|R}}
    33: *[[Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa]], (1436-1535){{fn|R}}
    1137: *[[Luis de Molina]], (1535-1600){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
    1145: *[[Thomas More]], (1478-1535){{fn|C}}
  11. Knights Hospitaller (26158 bytes)
    15: ...Finding themselves becoming enmeshed in the politics of that kingdom, their Grand Master [[Guillaume d...
    83: ...ch nevertheless misled many including some academics.
    133: * [[Piero de Ponte]] ([[1534]]-[[1535]])
    134: * [[Didier de Saint-Jaille]] ([[1535]]-[[1536]])
  12. Iron (23778 bytes)
    51: ... </td><td>[[1 E3 K|1808 K]] (1535 ?[[Celsius|C]] / 2795 ?[[Fahrenheit|F]])</td></tr...
    134: == Notable characteristics ==
    231: ..., only <sup>57</sup>Fe has a nuclear [[spin_(physics)|spin]] (&minus;1/2). For this reason, <sup>57</s...
  13. Chile (39914 bytes)
    48: footnotes = <sup>1</sup> The [[Politics_of_Chile#Legislative branch|legislative body]] op...
    56: ...]'s first Spanish expedition south from Peru in [[1535]]-[[1536|36]] called themselves the "men of Chill...
    64: ...panish [[conquistador]]s, who came from Peru in [[1535]] seeking [[gold]] but were turned back by the lo...
    72: ...ure, which was greatly influenced by family politics and the [[Roman Catholic Church]]. The system of ...
    96: == Politics ==
  14. Tropical savanna (1816 bytes)
    1: ...Fernandez de Oviedo y Valdes|Oviedo y Valdes]], [[1535]]), by the late 1800s it was used to mean "land w...
  15. Francisco Vásquez de Coronado (19760 bytes)
    11: ...n]] of his family, Coronado went to [[Mexico]] in 1535 at about age 25, with the entourage of [[Viceroy]...
  16. Hernán Cortés (42809 bytes)
    49: ...pre-meditated effort to instill fear upon the Aztecs waiting for him at Tenochtitlan or (as he later c...
    51: ...d at this point that he was considered by the Aztecs to be either an emissary of the feathered serpent...
    53: ...tlán]] cutting off supplies and subduing the Aztecs' allied cities thus changing the balance, and org...
    64: ...decree forbidding Garay to interfere in the politics of New Spain, causing him to give up without a fi...
    68: ...against (his) own countrymen than against the Aztecs." Governor Diego Velázquez continued to be a tho...
  17. Hernando de Soto explorer (34946 bytes)
    16: ... later became known as [[Lima]]) on the coast. In 1535 King [[Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor|Charles]] aw...
  18. Judge (10187 bytes)
    77: |( [[1478]] &ndash; [[1535]] )
  19. Green alga (4059 bytes)
    39: ...d plants. ''AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY 91'' (10): 1535-1556 OCT

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