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1529 ( ) was a MDXXIX common year starting on Friday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.
January–June [ edit ]
March 7– March 9 – Battle of Shimbra Kure: Imam Ahmad ibn Ibrahim al-Ghazi, with 200 men armed with matchlocks, defeats the army of Lebna Dengel, Emperor of Ethiopia.
April 8 – Flensburg Disputation, a debate, attended by Stadtholder Christian of Schleswig-Holstein (later King Christian III of Denmark) between Lutherans (led by Hermann Fast) and the more radical Anabaptists (led by Melchior Hoffman). Johannes Bugenhagen, a close associate of Martin Luther, presides. The Disputation marks the rejection of radical ideas by the Danish Reformation. 
April 9 – The Westrogothian rebellion in Sweden.
April 19 – At the Diet of Speyer, a group of rulers ( German: Fürst) and independent cities ( German: Reichsstadt) protest the reinstatement of the Edict of Worms, beginning the Protestant movement.
April 22 – The Treaty of Zaragoza divides the eastern hemisphere between Spanish and Portuguese empires, stipulating that the dividing line should lie 297.5 leagues or 17° east of the Moluccas. May–July – Cardinal
Thomas Wolsey, Archbishop of York, presides over a legatine court at Blackfriars, London, to rule on the legality of King Henry VIII of England's marriage to Catherine of Aragon. 
May 10 – The Turkish army under Suleiman I leaves Constantinople to invade Hungary once again.
June 21 – War of the League of Cognac: Battle of Landriano: French forces in northern Italy are decisively defeated by Spain.
July–December [ edit ]
Date unknown [ edit ]
January 8 – John Frederick II, Duke of Saxony (d. 1595)
January 13 – Ebba Månsdotter, Swedish noble (d. 1609)
February 14 – Markus Fugger, German businessman (d. 1597)
February 23 – Onofrio Panvinio, Augustinian historian (d. 1568)
April 3 – Michael Neander, German mathematician and historian (d. 1581)
April 25 – Francesco Patrizi, Italian philosopher and scientist (d. 1597)
May 12 – Sabina of Brandenburg-Ansbach, German princess (d. 1575)
June 7 – Étienne Pasquier, French lawyer, poet and author (d. 1615)
June 14 – Ferdinand II, Archduke of Austria, regent of Tyrol and Further Austria (d. 1595)
July 16 – Petrus Peckius the Elder, Jurist, writer on international maritime law (d. 1589)
July 24 – Charles II, Margrave of Baden-Durlach (d. 1577)
August 10 – Ernst Vögelin, Publisher (d. 1589)
September 1 – Taddeo Zuccari, Italian painter (d. 1566)
September 25 – Günther XLI, Count of Schwarzburg-Arnstadt (d. 1583)
October 26 – Anna of Hesse, Countess Palatine of Zweibrücken (d. 1591)
December 11 – Fulvio Orsini, humanist historian (d. 1600)
December 16 – Laurent Joubert, French physician (d. 1582)
January 7 – Peter Vischer the Elder, German sculptor (b. 1455)
January 9 – Wang Yangming, Chinese Neo-Confucian scholar (b. 1472)
February 2 – Baldassare Castiglione, Italian writer and diplomat (b. 1478)
February 4 – Ludwig Haetzer, German Protestant reformer (executed) (b. 1500)
April 20 – Silvio Passerini, cardinal and lord of Florence (b. 1469)
June 21 – John Skelton, English poet (b. c. 1460)
September 6 – George Blaurock, Swiss founder of the Anabaptist Church (b. 1491)
November 20 – Karl von Miltitz, papal nuncio (b. c. 1490)
probable – Lo Spagna, Italian painter
possible – La Malinche, interpreter and translator for Hernán Cortés during the Conquest of Mexico
References [ edit ]
^ Collins, WE (1903) The Scandinavian North, in AW Ward, GW Prothero & Stanley Leathes (eds.) . Cambridge Univ. Press, pp. 599-638. The Cambridge Modern History
^ Palmer, Alan; Veronica (1992). The Chronology of British History. London: Century Ltd. pp. 142–145. ISBN 0-7126-5616-2.
^ Christiansen, John (2009). "The English Sweat in Lübeck and North Germany, 1529". Medical History. 53: 415–424. doi: 10.1017/S0025727300004002.
^ a b c Williams, Hywel (2005). Cassell's Chronology of World History. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson. pp. 204–210. ISBN 0-304-35730-8.