DIN 1451 is a sans-serif typeface that is widely used for traffic, administrative and technical applications. It was defined by the German standards body DIN - Deutsches Institut für Normung (German Institute for Standardization), pronounced as "Din", in the standard sheet DIN 1451 - Schriften (typefaces) in 1931.
Events from the year 1451 in France. Incumbents. Monarch – Charles VII; Events. 14 February - Louis XI of France marries Charlotte of Savoy 30 June - French forces capture Bordeaux
IEEE 1451 is a set of smart transducer interface standards developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Instrumentation and Measurement Society’s Sensor Technology Technical Committee describing a set of open, common, network-independent communication interfaces for connecting transducers (sensors or actuators) to microprocessors, instrumentation systems, and control/field networks.
John, Prince of Portugal (Portuguese: João) was a Portuguese infante, son of Afonso V and Isabella of Coimbra. He was born heir to the throne in 1451, but he died young during the same year. The title of Prince of Portugal then passed again to Infante Ferdinand, Duke of Viseu, his uncle.
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Events. March – Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor becomes the last to be crowned in Rome.; Portuguese navigator Diogo de Teive discovers Corvo Island in the Azores.; 18 June – Pope Nicholas V issues the bull Dum Diversas, legitimising the colonial slave trade.
1450 was a common year in the 15th century.. Events. May 8 – Kentishmen revolt against King Henry VI.; June 18 – rebels are driven from London by loyal troops, bringing about the collapse of the rebellion.