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  1. Elizabeth Woodville (6291 bytes)
    36: * Bridget Plantagenet (1480-1517), nun at Dartford Priory, Kent
  2. Middle Ages (21063 bytes)
    1: ...ell as the [[Protestant Reformation]] starting in 1517. These various changes all mark the beginning of...
    72: ...een as embodying the same [[feudal]] characteristics as Europe in this period. The pre-westernization ...
    78: ...92]]), or the [[Protestant Reformation]] starting 1517 to mark the period's end. In England the change o...
  3. Cairo (12536 bytes)
    38: ...en by the [[Ottoman Empire]] under [[Selim]] in [[1517]], but the ruling [[Mameluks]] quickly returned t...
  4. Egypt (18830 bytes)
    71: ...e conquest of Egypt by the [[Ottoman Turks]] in [[1517]].
    79: == Politics ==
    80: ''Main article: [[Politics of Egypt]]''
    86: ...antly winding up in jail, often for obscure politics-related charges. The Egyptian government has repu...
    148: == Demographics ==
  5. History of Egypt (1881 bytes)
    12: *[[History of early Arab Egypt]]: [[639]] to [[1517]]
    13: *[[History of Ottoman Egypt]]: [[1517]] to [[1805]]
  6. Israel (51605 bytes)
    68: ...fore becoming part of the [[Ottoman Empire]] from 1517 until 1918. Throughout the centuries the size of ...
    138: == Politics and law ==
    139: :''Main articles: [[Politics of Israel]] and [[List of political parties in Is...
    172: ...eginning of right-wing dominance in Israeli politics began in 1977 with the ascendance of Likud's [[Me...
    176: === Women in Israeli industry and politics ===
  7. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    103: *[[Fra Bartolommeo]] ([[1474]]-[[1517]])
  8. Crusade (28859 bytes)
    9: ... were killed in battle. Even today Spanish Catholics are allowed to substitute [[Friday abstinence]] w...
    28: ...tions against [[Arianism|Arians]] and other heretics offered historical precedents in a society where ...
    41: ...gainst not only Muslims, but also Christian heretics and personal enemies of the Papacy or other power...
    133: ... against a backdrop for military and courtly heroics of the [[Nine Worthies]] who stood as popular sec...
    140: ... the sack of [[Constantinople]] in 1204. Many relics and artifacts taken from Constantinople are still...
  9. Thomas More (15893 bytes)
    12: ... as an honest and effective public servant. In [[1517]] More entered the king's service as councilor an...
    29: ===Religious polemics===
    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...
  10. Niccolo Machiavelli (11084 bytes)
    19: ...== A critical reading on where Modernity in Politics starts ===
    21: ...on. And that is the whole point with Modern politics.
    23: ...ween the two and actually divorces them. '''Politics becomes technique'''!
    33: .... It was written in an attempt to return to politics as an advisor to [[Lorenzo II de' Medici|Lorenzo ...
    35: ...diers to the brief ascendency in Florentine politics of Savonorola.)
  11. Spanish Inquisition (11421 bytes)
    24: ...e in his lands. He decided to use strong-arm tactics against the Pope.
    44: ...were tried by church tribunals as suspected heretics in Spain, but of these only about 1,200 - 2,000 w...
    63: *[[Cardinal Cisneros]], Grand Inquisitor 1507-1517
  12. Ferdinand Magellan (19348 bytes)
    18: ...e]], the main port of Spain, on [[October 20]], [[1517]], and from there went to [[Valladolid]] to see t...
  13. Hernan Cortes (17441 bytes)
    12: ...Yucatán)|Francisco Hernández de Córdoba]] in [[1517]] and [[Juan de Grijalva]] in [[1518]] had return...
    15: ... sense of realism in his letters." [http://academics.georgiasouthern.edu/international/pages/SECOLAS/C...
    18: ...oke Maya, Nahuatl (the language of the Mexica/Aztecs), and a dialect of Nahautl spoken only to and in ...
    29: ...eated him with respect and gifts of gold, the Aztecs need not fear his wrath. Terror was one of his ma...
    39: ...ifying the complexities of local indigenous politics, especially the animosity felt by many native gro...
  14. Ottoman Empire (16587 bytes)
    47: ...aliph of Islam]], and the Ottoman Empire was from 1517 until [[1922]] (or [[1924]]) synonymous with the ...
    81: ... bows and short swords and made use of nomad tactics similar to those of the [[Mongol Empire]]. The Ot...
    93: ... Sultan of Sultans, [[Khan]] of Khans, and from [[1517]] onwards, Commander of the Faithful and Successo...
    106: ...[[Selim I]] ([[1512]]–[[1520]]; Caliph from 1517)
  15. Martin Luther (43050 bytes)
    37: ...s first public challenge of papal power came in [[1517]], over the selling of [[indulgence]]s. The ques...
    41: ...nce, owned a large collection of [[relic|holy relics]] which always attracted crowds to Wittenberg on ...
    69: The climax of Luther's doctrinal polemics was reached in his <cite>Prelude on the Babylonia...
    187: ...mia]] ignited the [[Thirty Years' War]], a Catholics-vs.-Protestants war which ravaged much of Germany...
  16. History of Germany (53864 bytes)
    23: ...astery east of the Rhine at [[Fritzlar]]. Bishoprics under Papal authority were established to spread ...
    78: In 1517 the [[Reformation]] began: [[Martin Luther|Luther...
    93: ...any. The causes were the conflicts between Catholics and Protestants, the efforts by the various state...
    141: ...sher Johann Joseph G?s and the "Father of Gymnastics" Ludwig Jahn.
    209: Imperialist power politics and the determined pursuit of national interests ...
  17. Manganese (14965 bytes)
    45: ...g point]] </td><td>1517 [[Kelvin|K]] (2271 ?[[Fahrenheit|F]])</td></tr>
    55: ... </td><td>121 [[Pascal|Pa]] at 1517 K</td></tr>
    105: == Notable characteristics ==
    148: ...up>Mn ratio that suggests Mn-Cr isotopic systematics must result from in-situ decay of <sup>53</sup>Mn...
  18. First Crusade (34670 bytes)
    152: ...sades: The Near East from the Eleventh Century to 1517''. Longman, 1989. ISBN 0582493021.
  19. Medieval History (23198 bytes)
    2: ...l as the [[Protestant Reformation]] starting in [[1517]]. These various changes all mark the beginning ...
    76: ...een as embodying the same [[feudal]] characteristics as Europe in this period. The pre-westernization ...
    82: ...]]), or the [[Protestant Reformation]] starting [[1517]] to mark the period's end. In England the change...
  20. Germany in the Middle Ages (53864 bytes)
    23: ...astery east of the Rhine at [[Fritzlar]]. Bishoprics under Papal authority were established to spread ...
    78: In 1517 the [[Reformation]] began: [[Martin Luther|Luther...
    93: ...any. The causes were the conflicts between Catholics and Protestants, the efforts by the various state...
    141: ...sher Johann Joseph G?s and the "Father of Gymnastics" Ludwig Jahn.
    209: Imperialist power politics and the determined pursuit of national interests ...
  21. Timeline of Middle Eastern History (12425 bytes)
    1: ... The Middle East with its particular characteristics was not to emerge until late [[2nd millennium|sec...
    219: *[[History of early Arab Egypt]]: [[639]] to [[1517]]
    220: *[[History of Ottoman Egypt]]: [[1517]] to [[1805]]
  22. Jerusalem (61585 bytes)
    57: ...m was captured by the Egyptian [[Mameluk]]s. In [[1517]], it was taken over by the [[Ottoman Empire]] an...
    219: ...salms 137:3-8) ([[King James Version]], with italics for words not in the original Hebrew)
    234: ...ndria]] and [[Antioch]]. However, Byzantine politics meant that Jerusalem simply passed from the Syria...
    240: ...k Patriarchate, Latins (Western Rite Roman Catholics), [[Armenian Orthodox Church|Armenians]], [[Copti...
    283: === Demographics ===

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