1583 year

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August 20, 2022

1583 (one thousand five hundred and eighty-three) year according to the Gregorian calendar is a common year starting on Saturday. This is AD 1583, year 3 of the 9th decade of the 16th century of the 2nd millennium, year 4 of the 1580s. It ended 439 years ago.

Events

January - Duke Francois of Anjou, relying on mercenary French troops, revolted with the aim of annexing the Netherlands to France. The rebellion is crushed. Alexander Farnese appointed Spanish viceroy. May - Plyusskoe truce between Russia and Sweden. End of the Livonian War. Accession to Sweden of Ivangorod, Koporye, Pit, Korela. St. John's Harbor and surrounding areas in Newfoundland are declared possessions of England. Around 1583 - Abdulla II asked Ivan IV for free passage of his merchants to Astrakhan. In response, Ivan IV allowed trade in other Russian cities. 1583-1598 - Khan of Bukhara and all Uzbeks Abdullah II (1534-1598), son of Iskander Khan. The city of Kozmodemyansk and Arkhangelsk were founded.

Born

See also: Category:Born in 1583 Arnim-Boytsenburg, Hans Georg von - Austrian Field Marshal General, who gained fame during the Thirty Years' War. Wallenstein, Albrecht von - Duke of Friedland and Mecklenburg, Imperial Generalissimo, commander of the Thirty Years' War. Herbert Cherbury, Edward - English religious philosopher, politician and statesman, younger brother of the poet George Herbert. Founder of deism (natural religion). Gibbons, Orlando, English composer, organist and harpsichordist. Grotius, Hugo - Dutch lawyer and statesman, philosopher, Christian apologist, playwright and poet. Laid the foundations of international law, based on natural law. Delagardie, Jacob Pontusson - Swedish military and statesman, an active participant in the events of the Time of Troubles (see Delagardie's campaign). In 1620 he was awarded the rank of field marshal. The eldest son is Magnus Gabriel Delagardie, Chancellor of Sweden. Dionysius Petavius ​​- cardinal, French Catholic theologian and historian, writer and poet, Jesuit scholar, one of the founders of modern chronology. Bishop, Simon - German theologian. A follower of Arminianism, whose ideas were rejected during the Synod of Dordrecht�