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  1. Jacques Cartier (8139 bytes)
    9: ...sily ascertained. Considering that Cartier made three voyages of discovery in dangerous and hitherto ...
    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)
    1: {{christianity}}
    2: ...f [[Joseph the Betrothed|Joseph]]. The area of [[Christian]] [[theology]] concerning her is '''[[Mario...
    6: ...Hebrew, Mariam in Greek) is mentioned by name in three of the four [[Gospels]], and the [[Book of Acts...
    8: ...t derived from the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Christian churches, are based on [[faith]], tradition...
    10: == Christian records ==
  3. Vermont (39851 bytes)
    38: ...es granted by the [[Province of New Hampshire]], through their [[Green Mountain Boys]] militia, eventu...
    44: ...ic center is [[Washington, Vermont|Washington]], three miles east of [[Roxbury, Vermont|Roxbury]].
    54: ...west recorded temperature was –50 degrees Fahrenheit (–46 degrees Celsius), at [[Bloomfiel...
    60: ...ermont is thought to be [[Jacques Cartier]], in [[1535]]. On [[July 30]], [[1609]], [[French colonizatio...
    72: ...nies|British colonies]] easier than ever before. Three colonies laid claim to the area. The Province o...
  4. History of California (38344 bytes)
    1: ...nk|This article covers the History of California through 1900; for events in the 20th century and beyo...
    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...
    28: ...tories, Cortés sent Francisco de Ulloa out with three small vessels. He made it to the mouth of the C...
    30: ...ries of romances that were very popular in Spain throughout the 15th, 16th and 17th century.
  5. Thomas More (15893 bytes)
    2: ...''' ([[7 February]], [[1478]]–[[6 July]], [[1535]]), posthumously known also as '''Saint Thomas Mo...
    19: ...d Thomas More sought to reexamine and revitalize Christian [[theology]] by studying the [[Bible]] and ...
    23: ...eigning [[Tudor dynasty]], which had wrested the throne from Richard at the end of the [[Wars of the R...
    27: ... Christian, intended to offer the communist, non-Christian Utopia as a concrete model for political re...
    34: ...], Henry became [[heir apparent]] to the English throne and was compelled to marry his brother's widow...
  6. Protestant Reformation (26890 bytes)
    28: ...ntually contribute to the second major schism of Christendom. Unfortunately for the church, the crisis...
    30: ...t placed great emphasis on reforming individuals through eloquence as opposed to reason. The European ...
    46: ... God such that talk of mediation through any but Christ alone is unbiblical. Because they saw these te...
    48: ...?(in 1523), Copenhagen (1530), M? (1534), Geneva (1535), Augsburg (1537) and Scotland (1559).
    64: ...ion, the substances of the body and the blood of Christ and of the bread and the wine were held to coe...
  7. Gerardus Mercator (3294 bytes)
    9: ...nd [[Gaspar Myrica]]. They worked together from [[1535]] to [[1536]] to construct a terrestrial [[globe]...
  8. Erasmus (18332 bytes)
    10: ... was offered many positions of honour and profit throughout the academic world, but declined them all,...
    14: ...that guided Erasmus as he regenerated [[Europe]] through sound criticism applied frankly and without f...
    16: ...hree other editions - in [[1522]], [[1527]] and [[1535]].
    17: ...afterwards he began the publication of his ''Paraphrases of the New Testament'', a popular presentatio...
    21: ... had done in the cause of a sound and reasonable Christianity, and urged him to join the Lutheran part...
  9. Francis Drake (14963 bytes)
    7: ...f his birth is unknown and could be as early as [[1535]]. The [[1540]] date is taken from a portrait pai...
    18: The three remaining ships departed for the Strait of Mage...
    20: ...w renamed the ''Golden Hind'' in honour of Sir [[Christopher Hatton]] (after his [[heraldry|coat of ar...
    45: ...Spain’s main ports, occupying the town for three days, destroying 31 enemy ships as well as a la...
    54: ...nners from [[El Morro Castle]] shot a cannonball through the cabin of Drake's flagship, but he survive...
  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}}
    50: *[[Alexander of Aphrodisias]], (2nd century){{fn|C}}{{fn|R}}
    145: *[[Christoph Gottfried Bardili]], (1761-1808)
    218: *[[Niels Bohr]], (1885-1962){{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
  11. Knights Hospitaller (26158 bytes)
    1: ...e of [[pilgrim|pilgrims]]. Following the loss of Christian territory in the [[Holy Land]], the Order o...
    5: ...monastery of Saint [[John the Baptist]], took in Christian pilgrims traveling to visit the birthplace ...
    7: ... infirmary near to the [[Church of the Holy Sepulchre]] in Jerusalem. Initially the group just cared f...
    9: ...eligious buildings. Many of the more substantial Christian fortifications in the Holy Land were the wo...
    27: ...l of St Michael and St George, also known as the Throne Room, in the Grandmaster's Palace, [[Valletta]...
  12. Iron (23778 bytes)
    51: ...[1 E3 K|1808 K]] (1535 ?[[Celsius|C]] / 2795 ?[[Fahrenheit|F]])</td></tr>
    139: ...d exothermically through fusion and the lightest through fission. When a star has sufficient mass to...
    150: ...nts of carbon as well as other metals, such as [[chromium]], [[vanadium]], [[molybdenum]], [[nickel]],...
    169: ...could only achieve temperatures of about 1000 K. Through a good portion of the Middle Ages, in Western...
    218: ...; [[DNA replication|DNA biosynthesis]]), [[hemerythrin]]s ([[oxygen]] transport and fixation in [[mari...
  13. Chile (39914 bytes)
    56: ...]'s first Spanish expedition south from Peru in [[1535]]-[[1536|36]] called themselves the "men of Chill...
    64: ... These cultures supported themselves principally through slash-and-burn [[agriculture]] and [[hunting]...
    68: ...in was precipitated by usurpation of the Spanish throne by [[Napoleon]]'s brother Joseph. A national j...
    74: ... finally completing the conquest begun more than three centuries earlier. In [[1881]], the government ...
    78: ...lection of [[Christian Democratic Party of Chile|Christian Democrat]] [[Eduardo Frei Montalva]] by an ...
  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...
    7: ...:'' [[Temperate grasslands]],[[savannas]], and [[shrublands]]
  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]...
    23: ...beza and [[Chiricahua Mountains]] which fits the chronicle of Laus Deo description which reports that ...
    39: Three leaders affiliated with the Coronado Expedition...
    46: ... [[Dodge City, Kansas]], Coronado held the first Christian mass in the interior of North America. The ...
    54: ... in honor of Coronado's expedition, which passed through the future Dodge City area in 1541.
  16. Hernán Cortés (42809 bytes)
    4: ...ses instead of punished for mutiny. After he overthrew the Aztec empire, Cortés was awarded the title...
    14: ...ro Altamirano, first cousin of Pizarro's father. Through his father, Hernán was a twice distant relat...
    42: ...e capital of Cuba and as a man of affairs in the thriving colony. He missed the first two expeditions,...
    47: ...ecame a very valuable interpretor and counselor. Through her help, Cortés learned from the Tabascans ...
    62: ...s peoples of the Americas|indigenous people]] to Christianity and sponsored new explorations. He then ...
  17. Hernando de Soto explorer (34946 bytes)
    3: A vast undertaking, de Soto's expedition ranged throughout the [[southeastern United States]] searchi...
    12: ...ajamarca]]), de Soto was in charge of one of the three groups of mounted soldiers. The Spanish capture...
    16: ... later became known as [[Lima]]) on the coast. In 1535 King [[Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor|Charles]] aw...
    27: ...xas]]. Other theories argue for a northern route through [[Tennessee]], [[Kentucky]] and [[Indiana]] f...
    42: ===1540 – Through Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tenn...
  18. Judge (10187 bytes)
    13: ...s are considered to be the leaders of one of the three [[Separation of powers|branches of government]]...
    21: ...ction like a common-law jury. In the usual case, three lay judges in district courts hear criminal cas...
    49: Listed chronologically by date of birth.
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  19. Green alga (4059 bytes)
    39: ...d plants. ''AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY 91'' (10): 1535-1556 OCT

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