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1525 ( ) was a MDXXV common year starting on Sunday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.
January–June [ edit ]
January 21 – The Swiss Anabaptist Movement is born when Conrad Grebel, Felix Manz, George Blaurock, and about a dozen others baptize each other in the home of Manz's mother on Neustadt-Gasse, Zürich, breaking a thousand-year tradition of church-state union.
February 24 – Battle of Pavia: Spanish forces under Charles de Lannoy and the Marquis of Pescara defeat the French army, and capture Francis I of France, after his horse is wounded by Cesare Hercolani. While Francis is imprisoned in Madrid, the first attempts to form a Franco-Ottoman alliance with Suleiman the Magnificent against the Habsburg Empire are made.
February 28 – The last Aztec Emperor, Cuauhtémoc, is killed by Hernán Cortés.
March 20 – In the German town of Memmingen, the pamphlet The is published , the first human rights related document written in Europe. Twelve Articles: The Just and Fundamental Articles of All the Peasantry and Tenants of Spiritual and Temporal Powers by Whom They Think Themselves Oppressed
April 10 – Albert, Duke of Prussia commits Prussian Homage.
May 15 – Battle of Frankenhausen: Insurgent peasants led by radical pastor Thomas Müntzer are defeated, ending the German Peasants' War in the Holy Roman Empire in which over 75,000 peasants have been killed.
June 13 – Martin Luther marries ex-nun Katharina von Bora. The painter Lucas Cranach the Elder is one of the witnesses.
June 16 – Henry VIII of England appoints his 6-year old illegitimate son Henry FitzRoy Duke of Richmond and Somerset.
July–December [ edit ]
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Mixco Viejo, capital of the Pocomam Maya State, falls to the Spanish conquistadores of Pedro de Alvarado (in modern-day Guatemala) after a 3-month siege. European-brought diseases sweep through the
Andes, killing thousands, including the Inca. The
Bubonic plague spreads in southern France.
William Tyndale's New Testament Bible translation into English is made (printed copies reach England in 1526). The
Navarre witch trials (1525-26) begin. The Chinese Ministry of War under the
Ming dynasty orders ships having more than one mast sailing along the southeast coast to be seized, investigated, and destroyed; this in an effort to curb piracy and limit private commercial trade abroad. The Age of Samael ends, and the Age of Gabriel begins, according to
Johannes Trithemius. Esmahan Sultan, daughter of Sah Sultan, and wife of Sehzade Mehmed.
January 6 – Caspar Peucer, German reformer (d. 1602)
January 29 – Lelio Sozzini, Italian Renaissance humanist and anti-Trinitarian reformer (d. 1562)
February 5 – Juraj Drašković, Croatian Catholic cardinal (d. 1587)
March 19 – Caspar Cruciger the Younger, German theologian (d. 1597)
March 25 – Richard Edwardes, English choral musician, playwright and poet (d. 1566)
March 26 – Katharina of Hanau, Countess of Wied, German noblewoman (d. 1581)
June 29 – Peter Agricola, German Renaissance humanist, educator, classical scholar, theologian, diplomat and statesman (d. 1585)
September 1 – Christoffer Valkendorff, Danish politician (d. 1601)
September 11 – John George, Elector of Brandenburg (d. 1598)
September 25 – Steven Borough, English explorer (d. 1584)
November 7 – Georg Cracow, German lawyer and politician (d. 1575)
December 1 – Tadeáš Hájek, Czech astronomer (d. 1600)
December 23 – John Albert I, Duke of Mecklenburg (d. 1576)
January 24 – Franciabigio, Florentine painter (b. 1482)
February 24 (in action at the Battle of Pavia)
April 3 – Giovanni di Bernardo Rucellai, Italian Renaissance man of letters (b. 1475)
May 5 – Frederick III, Elector of Saxony (b. 1463)
May 12 – Anna of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Mecklenburgian royal (b. 1485)
May 18 – Pietro Pomponazzi, Italian philosopher (b. 1462)
May 27 – Thomas Müntzer, German pastor and rebel leader (b. 1489) (executed)
July 5 – Johann of Brandenburg-Ansbach, Viceroy of Valencia, German noble (b. 1493)
July 22 – Richard Wingfield, English diplomat (b. c. 1456)
August 4 – Andrea della Robbia, Italian artist (b. 1435)
October 24 – Thomas Dacre, 2nd Baron Dacre, Knight of Henry VIII of England (b. 1467)
November 17 – Eleanor of Viseu, queen of João II of Portugal (b. 1458)
December 30 – Jakob Fugger, German banker (b. 1459)
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