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|Centuries:||15th century – 16th century – 17th century|
|Decades:||1490s 1500s 1510s – 1520s – 1530s 1540s 1550s|
|Years:||1524 1525 1526 – 1527 – 1528 1529 1530|
|1527 by topic|
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|Ab urbe condita||2280|
|Bahá'í calendar||-317 – -316|
|English Regnal year||18 Hen. 8 – 19 Hen. 8|
|Chinese calendar||丙戌年 (Fire Dog)
4223 or 4163
— to —
丁亥年 (Fire Pig)
4224 or 4164
|- Vikram Samvat||1583–1584|
|- Shaka Samvat||1449–1450|
|- Kali Yuga||4628–4629|
|Japanese calendar||Daiei 7
|Minguo calendar||385 before ROC
|Thai solar calendar||2070|
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- January 5 – Felix Manz, co-founder of the Swiss Anabaptists, is drowned in the Limmat in Zürich by the Zürich Reformed state church.
- March 17 – Battle of Khanwa: This and two other major Moghul victories lead to their domination of northern India.
- March – Paracelsus is appointed as town physician of Basle.
- April 30 – Treaty of Westminster (1527), an alliance during the War of the League of Cognac.
- May 6 – Sack of Rome: Spanish and German troops led by the Duke of Bourbon sack Rome, forcing Pope Clement VII to make peace with Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, marking the end of the High Renaissance. The Pope grows a beard in mourning.
- May 16 – In Florence, the Piagnon, a group devoted to the memory of Girolamo Savonarola, drive out the Medici for a second time, re-establishing the Republic of Florence until 1530.
- June 17 – The Narváez expedition to conquer Florida sets sail from Spain.
- June 17 – The Protestant Reformation begins in Sweden.
- June 23 – Paracelsus burns books of Avicenna.
- August 3 – The first known letter is sent from North America by John Rut while at St. John's, Newfoundland.
- August 20 – Sixty Anabaptists meet at the Martyrs' Synod in Augsburg.
- August 20 – Diet of Odense (Denmark). King Frederick I declares religious tolerance for Lutherans, permits marriage of priests and forbids seeking papal pallium (approval) for royal appointments of Church officials.
- September 27 – Battle of Tarcal: Ferdinand, future Holy Roman Emperor, defeats John Zápolya and takes over most of Hungary. John appeals to the Turks for help.
- The Spanish conquest of Guatemala highlands is completed; the first Guatemala City (Ciudad Vieja) is founded.
- Spanish Conquistador Francisco de Montejo invades Yucatán.
- Members of the University of Wittenberg flee to Jena in fear of the bubonic plague.
- Bishop Vesey's Grammar School at Sutton Coldfield in the West Midlands of England is founded by Bishop John Vesey.
- The Ming Dynasty government of China greatly reduces the quotas for taking grain, severely diminishing the state's capacity to relieve famines through a previously successful granary system.
- February 17 – Charles of Guise, French cardinal (d. 1574)
- March 21 – Hermann Finck, German composer and music theorist (d. 1558)
- April 14 – Abraham Ortelius, Flemish cartographer and geographer (d. 1598)
- May 21 – King Philip II of Spain (d. 1598)
- July 13 – John Dee, English mathematician, astronomer, and geographer (d. 1608)
- July 31 – Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor (d. 1576)
- October 21 – Louis I, Cardinal of Guise, French cardinal (d. 1578)
- date unknown
- January 5 – Felix Manz, leader of the Swiss Anabaptist (executed) (b. 1498)
- January 21 – Juan de Grijalva, Spanish conquistador (b. 1489)
- March 17 – Rana Sanga, Indian leader (at the Battle of Khanwa)
- May – Thomas Docwra, Grand Prior of the Knights Hospitaller (b. 1458)
- May 6 – Charles III, Duke of Bourbon, Count of Montpensier and Dauphin of Auvergne (b.1490)
- June 21 – Niccolò Machiavelli, Italian writer and statesman (b. 1469)
- July 28 – Rodrigo de Bastidas, Spanish conquistador and explorer (b. c. 1460)
- October 27 – Johann Froben, printer and publisher (b. c. 1460)
- November 15 – Catherine of York Aunt of Henry VIII (b. 1479)
- November 28 – Jerome Emser, German theologian (b. 1477)
- date unknown
- probable – Jane Shore, most notorious mistress of King Edward IV of England
- Steffensen, Kenneth (2007). Scandinavia After the Fall of the Kalmar Union: a Study of Scandinavian Relations, 1523-1536. Unpubl. M.A. Thesis, Brigham Young University.
- Fisher, George P (1873). The Reformation. Scribner.