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  1. 1490s - Wikipedia

    The 1490s decade ran from January 1, 1490, to December 31, 1499.

  2. 1490s BC - Wikipedia

    The 1490s BC was a decade lasting from January 1, 1499 BC to December 31, 1490 BC.. Events and trends. Egypt conquers Nubia and the Levant (1504 BC–1492 BC).; 1500 BC – 1400 BC: The Battle of the Ten Kings took place around this time.

  3. Category:1490s - Wikipedia

    1440s; 1450s; 1460s; 1470s; 1480s; 1490s; 1500s; 1510s; 1520s; 1530s; 1540s; Subcategories. This category has the following 24 subcategories, out of 24 total.

  4. Category:1490s births - Wikipedia

    Wikimedia Commons has media related to 1490s births.: People born in the 1490s. See also: Category:1490s deaths. 1440s; 1450s; 1460s; 1470s; 1480s; 1490s; 1500s ...

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  7. 1490s in art - Wikipedia

    Events. The Renaissance is in full swing during the 1490s, and Leonardo da Vinci is painting in realistic, chiaroscuro style. In music, many new musical styles are being created, including the motet and madrigal, replacing an emphasis on chanting (and simple melodies) with polyphony and homophony.

  8. 1490s - Wikipedia, Ensaeklopedia ya mahala

    1490s ke ngwagasome tšhupamabakeng ya Gregorian wa go thoma ka 1 Pherekgong 1490 ya fela ka 31 Manthole 1499. Ngwagasome 1490s o wela ngwagengkgolo wa 15.

  9. 1490s in England - Wikipedia

    Incumbents. Monarch – Henry VII; Regent – Arthur, Prince of Wales (starting 2 October, until 17 November 1492); Parliament – 3rd of King Henry VII (until 27 February 1490), 4th of King Henry VII (starting 17 October 1491, until 5 March 1492), 5th of King Henry VII (starting 14 October, until 22 December 1495), 6th of King Henry VII (starting 16 January, until 13 March 1497)

  10. 1490 - Wikipedia

    March or April – 1490 Ch'ing-yang event, a presumed meteor shower or air burst over Qingyang in Ming dynasty China, said to have caused casualties. July 13 – John of Kastav finishes a cycle of frescoes in the Holy Trinity Church, Hrastovlje (modern-day southwestern Slovenia).

  11. 1510s - Wikipedia

    The 1510s decade ran from January 1, 1510, to December 31, 1519.