Incumbents. Monarch – Edward IV (until 3 October 1470), Henry VI (starting 3 October 1470, until 11 April 1471), Edward IV (starting 11 April 1471); Regent – Edward, Prince of Wales (starting c. 4 July, until c. 20 September 1475)
The 1470s was the decade that started on January 1, 1470 and ended on December 31, 1479. Events. 1470 July 12 – The Ottomans capture Euboea. 1471 March – The Yorkist King Edward IV returns to England to reclaim his throne. 1472 – Foundation of the Kingdom of Fez. 1474 February – The Treaty of Utrecht ends the Anglo-Hanseatic War.
Incumbents. Monarch — Christian I Events. 1479; June 1 - University of Copenhagen is inaugurated by King Christian I. Births. C. 1470 - Mogens Gøye, statesman (died 1544) 1473 - Otte Krumpen, Marshal (died 1569)
1460s. 1470s in music. 1480s. ... This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the 1470s. Events. 1470 5 August – Guillaume Du Fay purchases some ...
January–December. February 7 – John de la Pole, 2nd Duke of Suffolk, marries Lady Margaret Beaufort.; February 26 – Francesco Sforza enters Milan after a siege, becoming Duke of the city-state, and founding a dynasty that will rule Milan for a century.
This was and continues to be an industrialised area. Iron mining began in the 1470s but only for a short while. Mining returned in 1735 and a metalworks was built. A foundry opened in 1739. A weaving factory opened in 1826.
2017: Burmese calendar: 835: Byzantine calendar: 6981–6982: Chinese calendar: 壬辰年 (Water Dragon) 4169 or 4109 — to — 癸巳年 (Water Snake) 4170 or 4110: Coptic calendar: 1189–1190: Discordian calendar: 2639: Ethiopian calendar: 1465–1466: Hebrew calendar: 5233–5234: Hindu calendars - Vikram Samvat: 1529–1530 - Shaka Samvat ...
Esther asks that the entire Jewish community fast and pray for three days before she goes to see the king; Mordecai agrees. On the third day, Esther goes to the courtyard in front of the king's palace, and she is welcomed by the king, who stretches out his sceptre for her to touch, and offers her anything she wants "up to half of the kingdom".
Charles of Orléans (24 November 1394 – 5 January 1465) was Duke of Orléans from 1407, following the murder of his father, Louis I, Duke of Orléans, on the orders of John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy.