- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The 1510s BC was a decade lasting from
**January 1, 1519 BC to December 31, 1510 BC**.

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**1500s BC**(decade). The**16th century BC**is a century which lasted from**1600 BC**to**1501 BC**.The 1510s

**BC**was a decade lasting from January 1, 1519**BC**to December 31, 1510**BC**.**Wikipedia**.**1510s**in music — The decade of the**1510s**in music (years**1510 1519**) involved some significant compositions. Events * none listed Publications ***1511**: Arnolt Schlick Spiegel der Orgelmacher und Organisten , the first treatise on organ making in German.2nd millennium

**BC**: Centuries: 17th century**BC**– 16th century**BC**– 15th century**BC**: Decades: 1540s**BC**1530s**BC**1520s**BC**– 1510s**BC**– 1500s**BC**1490s**BC**1480s**BC**: Years: 1519**BC**1518**BC**1517**BC**1516**BC**1515**BC**1514**BC**1513**BC**1512**BC**1511**BC**1510**BC**: Categories: Births – Deaths – Architecture Establishments – DisestablishmentsThe 1520s

**BC**was a decade lasting from January 1, 1529**BC**to December 31, 1520**BC**. Events and trends. 1528 Birth of Dan; 1525**BC**—End of Fifteenth dynasty of Egypt. 1522**BC**—Jacob migrates to Egypt, settling in the Land of Goshen, according to the Hebrew calendar. 1521**BC**—April 24—Lunar Saros 36 begins. [permanent dead link]From

**Wikipedia**, the free encyclopedia The**1530s BC**was a decade lasting from January 1,**1539 BC**to December 31,**1530 BC**.17th century

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**BC**• 1510s BCE • 1510s in England • 1510s in architecture • 1510s in music • List of state leaders in 1510s**BC**... This entry is from**Wikipedia**, the ...