Year 1460 was a leap year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar, the 1460th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 460th year of the 2nd millennium, the 60th year of the 15th century, and the 1st year of the 1460s decade.
The historian Doukas, writing c. AD 1460, makes a detailed account for the Creation Era. Although unrefined in style, the history of Doukas is both judicious and trustworthy, and it is the most valuable source for the closing years of the Byzantine empire.
List of sovereign states in 1461 This list is incomplete ; you can help by adding missing items with reliable sources . This article does not cite any sources .
Soorces. Ratti, Oscar; Westbrook, Adele (1991), Secrets of the samurai: a survey of the martial arts of feudal Japan, Tuttle Publishing, ISBN 978-0-8048-1684-7 Turnbull, Stephen (2003), Ninja AD 1460–1650, Osprey Publishing, ISBN 978-1-84176-525-9
1460. Sauter à la navigation Sauter à la recherche. 16inme sieke | 17inme sieke | 18inme sieke. i gn a: 100 - 50 - 25 - 10 ans | dins: 10 - 25 - 50 - 100 ans ...
1460 = MCDLX . Eventa. Eventa huius anni desiderata (additis eventibus, hanc formulam remove) . Nati. Nati huius anni desiderati (additis natis, hanc formulam remove, vide etiam 6 fere paginas in categoria Categoria:Nati 1460)
1460 inggih punika warsa kabisat sané katutug rahina Anggara ring kaléndér Julian, warsa ka-1460 ring kaucapang Masehi (M) lan Anno Domini (AD), warsa ka-460 ring Milenium ka-2, warsa ka-60 ring Abad ka-15, lan warsa ka- 1 ring dékade 1460-an.
A kunai (苦無, kunai) is a Japanese tool thought to be originally derived from the masonry trowel. The two widely recognized variations of the kunai are short kunai (小苦無 shō-kunai) and the big kunai (大苦無 dai-kunai). Although a basic tool, in the hands of a martial arts expert, the kunai could be
Borobudur contains approximately 2,670 individual bas reliefs (1,460 narrative and 1,212 decorative panels), which cover the façades and balustrades. The total relief surface is 2,500 square metres (27,000 sq ft), and they are distributed at the hidden foot ( Kāmadhātu ) and the five square platforms ( Rupadhatu ).
Early 8t century AD, foondin o Ribe. The Treaty o Ribe was proclaimed in 1460. 3 September 1580: a great fire destroys a lairge pairt o the toun. 11 streets an 213 hooses burn doun. 11–12 October 1634: a storm tide floods the ceety wi watterlevels risin tae 6.1 metres abuin average.