1553

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May 28, 2022

1553 (MDLIII in Roman numerals) was a common year of the 16th century of the Julian Calendar, from the Age of Christ, its Sunday letter was A (52 weeks), it started on a Sunday and also ended on a Sunday.

Events

April 8 - Foundation of the village of Santo André da Borda do Campo. (currently Santo André) June 20 - Creation of the parish of Seixal. July 10th to 19th - Reign of Joan Grey, Queen of England (United Kingdom). October 1 - Mary Tudor crowned Queen of England. Construction of the Church of Nossa Senhora da Mãe de Deus, Vila da Povoação, São Miguel Island. Building of the Church of Nossa Senhora das Chagas, Ponta Delgada, São Miguel Island, Azores. Consecration of D. Jorge de Santiago, Bishop of Angra, Terceira Island, Azores-Portugal. João Gonçalves da Câmara offers a chalice to the Cathedral of Funchal. Participation of Tristão Vaz da Veiga in the battle of Panda and capture of Daman. March 26 - Alvará of D. João III, ordering the construction of a parish in the hermitage of Conceição, current Church of Nossa Senhora da Conceição in Angra do Heroísmo. August 20 - Foundation of the city of São Bernardo do Campo.

Births

Incomplete Dates Agostino Galamini, inquisitor, cardinal, bishop of Recanati and Loreto and master general of the Order of Friars Preachers (d. 1639). Aloisia de Luna, Duchess of Bivona (d. 1619). Amago Katsuhisa, powerful Japanese nobleman, belonging to the Amago clan (d. 1578). Ambrogio Figino, Italian painter (d. 1608). Cherubino Alberti, Italian painter and engraver (d. 1615). Ferenc I Nádasdy, František Nádašdy, Hungarian baron and one of the most influential people of his time (d. 1604). Philaret, in Russian, Филарет, full name Feodor Nikitich Romanov, in Russian, Фёдор Никитич Романов, Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia (d. 1633). John Florio, Giovanni Florio, English linguist, translator and lexicographer (d. 1625). Grazio Maria Grazi, Italian humanist, poet and bibliophile (d. 1625). Jasper Heywood, English poet and translator of Seneca (d. 1598). Jean Hotman, Marquis de Villers-St-Paul, French diplomat (d. 1636). Marie of Cleves, first wife of Henry I of Condé (1552-1588) and lover of Henry III of France (1551-1589) (d. 1574). Marcello Adriani, The Younger, Italian philologist and writer (d. 1604). Pietro Campori, Italian Cardinal and Bishop of Cremona (d. 1643). Pierre de Rosteguy de Lancre, French jurist (d. 1631). William Russell, First Baron Russell of Thornhaugh, English military leader (d. 1613). January January 12 – Johannes Wanckel, German jurist (d. 1616). January 22 – Mōri Terumoto, 毛利輝元, Japanese warrior who built Hiroshima Castle (d. 1625). February February 11 – Hans Georg Hörwarth von Hohenburg, the Elder, Bavarian scholar and head of state (d. 1622). March March 2 – Johannes Andreä, German priest and chemist (d. 1601). March 21 – Francisco Gómez de Sandoval y Rojas, First Duke of Lerma politician and Spanish cardinal, favorite of Philip III of Spain (d. 1625). March 29 – Vincenzo Cornaros, in Greek Βικέντιος Κορνάρος, Greek poet (d. 1614). April April 17 – Magdalene, Countess of Hohenzollern, daughter of Charles I of Hohenzollern (1516-1576) (d. 1571). April 23 - Giorgio Centurione, doge of the Republic of Genoa (d. 1629). April 29 – Albert Frederick of Prussia, Prince Regent of the Duchy of Prussia, son of Albert of Prussia (1490-1568) (d. 1618). April 30 – Louise of Lotharingia, wife of Henry III of France (1551-1589) (d. 1601). May May 14 – Margaret of Valois, Margaret of France, Queen Margot, wife of Henry IV of France (1553-1610) (d. 1615). May 27 – Erik Lange, Danish nobleman and alchemist, obsessed with gold production (d.1622). May 28 - Eberhard von Weyhe, German jurist and writer (d.1637). June June 5 – Bernardino Baldi II, Italian abbot, mathematician and poet (d. 1617). july 6th