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|1570 by topic|
|Arts and science|
|Birth and death categories|
|Births – Deaths|
|Establishments and disestablishments categories|
|Establishments – Disestablishments|
|Ab urbe condita||2323|
|Balinese saka calendar||1491–1492|
|English Regnal year||12 Eliz. 1 – 13 Eliz. 1|
|Chinese calendar||己巳年 (Earth Snake)|
4266 or 4206
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庚午年 (Metal Horse)
4267 or 4207
|- Vikram Samvat||1626–1627|
|- Shaka Samvat||1491–1492|
|- Kali Yuga||4670–4671|
|Japanese calendar||Eiroku 13 / Genki 1|
|Minguo calendar||342 before ROC|
|Thai solar calendar||2112–2113|
1696 or 1315 or 543
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1697 or 1316 or 544
- January 8 – Ivan the Terrible begins the Massacre of Novgorod.
- January 23 – The assassination of Scottish regent James Stewart, 1st Earl of Moray, by James Hamilton (the first recorded assassination using a firearm in Europe), throws Scotland into civil war.
- February 8 – A magnitude 8.3 earthquake occurs in Concepción, Chile.
- February 15 – Venus occults Jupiter; this will next happen in 1818.
- February 25 – Pope Pius V excommunicates Queen Elizabeth I of England, with the bull Regnans in Excelsis.
- May 20 – Abraham Ortelius publishes the first modern atlas, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, in Antwerp.
- May 24 – Battle of Manila: The Spanish, led by Martín de Goiti, defeat the forces of Rajah Sulayman.
- June 10 – The Kingdom of Livonia is established.
- July 3 – The Ottoman conquest of Cyprus begins.
- July 14 – Pope Pius V issues Quo primum, promulgating the 1570 edition of the Roman Missal.
- July 22 – Thomson Snell & Passmore was founded, the oldest law firm in operation
- July 30 – Battle of Anegawa: The allied forces of Oda Nobunaga and Tokugawa Ieyasu defeat the combined forces of the Azai and Asakura clans.
- August 8 – The Peace of Saint-Germain ends the Third War of Religion in France. Again, the Huguenots are promised religious freedom and political autonomy.
- August 16 – The Treaty of Speyer is signed between John Sigismund Zápolya, Prince of Transylvania and Maximilian II, King of Hungary.
- September 10 – A party of ten Spanish Jesuit missionaries land on the Virginia Peninsula of North America to establish the Ajacán Mission, which will be massacred in February 1571.
- November 16-17 – The 1570 Ferrara earthquake strikes the Italian city of Ferrara. After the initial shocks, a sequence of aftershocks continue for four years, with over 2,000 in the period from November 1570 to February 1571.
- December 13 – The Treaty of Stettin ends the Northern Seven Years' War.
- Spanish conquistador Juan de Salcedo (in the service of Miguel López de Legazpi) begins the conquest of the Kingdom of Maynila.
- Construction of the original Catedral Nuestra Señora de La Asunción, the oldest church in Venezuela, begins.
- The Whitechapel Bell Foundry is known to be in existence in London. By 2017, when it closes its premises in Whitechapel, it will be the oldest manufacturing company in Great Britain.
- Andrea Palladio publishes I quattro libri dell'architettura in Venice.
- Volcanic eruption in the Santorini caldera begins.
- The Andean population of the Viceroyalty of Peru reaches 1.3 million.
- January 1
- January 19 – Wolfgang Hirschbach, German legal scholar (d. 1620)
- January 22 – Robert Bruce Cotton, English politician (d. 1631)
- February – Henry Balnaves, Scottish politician and religious reformer (b. 1512)
- March 25 – Henry Lennard, 12th Baron Dacre, English baron and politician (d. 1616)
- April 13 – Guy Fawkes, English conspirator (d. 1606)
- May 8 – Tamás Esterházy, Hungarian writer (d. 1616)
- May 22 – Johann II, Duke of Saxe-Weimar, German duke (d. 1605)
- June 7 – Sultan Murad Mirza, Mughal prince (d. 1599)
- June 13 – Paul Peuerl, German organist (d. 1625)
- August 10 – Philip, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp (1587–1590) (d. 1590)
- August 21 – Christopher, Duke of Brunswick-Harburg, co-ruler of Brunswick-Lüneburg-Harburg (1603–1606) (d. 1606)
- August 22 – Franz von Dietrichstein, German Catholic bishop (d. 1636)
- August 31 – Gustav of Saxe-Lauenburg, German noble (d. 1597)
- September 28 – Sir Richard Hoghton, 1st Baronet, English politician (d. 1630)
- October 3 – George Coke, British bishop (d. 1646)
- October 4 – Péter Pázmány, Hungarian cardinal and statesman (d. 1637)
- October 7
- November 1 – Phineas Pett, English shipwright and member of the Pett Dynasty (d. 1647)
- November 15 – Francesco Curradi, Italian painter (d. 1661)
- November 20 – Giovanni Battista Agucchi, Italian churchman, papal diplomat, and writer on art theory (d. 1632)
- November 26 – Christian, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Ærø (1622–1633) (d. 1633)
- November 28 – James Whitelocke, English judge (d. 1632)
- December 7 – Richard Cecil, English politician (d. 1633)
- December 29 – Wilhelm Lamormaini, Luxembourgian theologian (d. 1648)
- date unknown
- Diego Aduarte, Prior of Manila (d. 1637)
- Robert Aytoun, Scottish poet (d. 1638)
- Ebba Bielke, Swedish baroness and conspirator (d. 1618)
- John Cooper, English composer and lutenist (d. 1626)
- John Farmer, English composer (d. c.1601)
- Simon Grahame, Scottish-born adventurer (d. 1614)
- Nakagawa Hidenari, Japanese daimyō (d. 1612)
- Hans Lippershey, Dutch lensmaker (d. 1619)
- Asprilio Pacelli, Italian Baroque composer (d. 1623)
- Girolamo Rainaldi, Italian architect (d. 1655)
- Salamone Rossi, Italian violinist and composer (d. 1630)
- John Smyth, English Baptist minister (d. 1612)
- Chief Powhatan, Algonquin chief (d. 1620)
- Claudia Sessa, Italian composer (d. 1617/19)
- Katharina Henot, German General Postmaster and alleged witch (d. 1627)
- Urszula Meyerin, politically influential Polish courtier (d. 1635)
- Christina Rauscher, German official and critic of witchcraft persecutions (d. 1618)
- January 8 – Philibert de l'Orme, French architect (b. 1510)
- January 23 – James Stewart, 1st Earl of Moray, regent of Scotland (assassinated) (b. c.1531)
- February 13 – Eleonora Gonzaga, Duchess of Urbino, politically active Italian duchess (b. 1493)
- February 20 – Johannes Scheubel, German mathematician (b. 1494)
- March 1 – Bernhard VII, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst (b. 1540)
- March 16 – Ippolita Gonzaga, Italian nun (b. 1503)
- April 13 – Daniele Barbaro, Italian architect (b. 1514)
- July 3 – Aonio Paleario, Italian humanist and reformer (executed) (b. c. 1500)
- July 25 – Ivan Mikhailovich Viskovatyi, Russian diplomat
- August 4 – Marie Catherine Gondi, French court official (b. c. 1500)
- September 6 – Agostino Gallo, Italian agronomist (b. 1499)
- September 11 – Johannes Brenz, German theologian and Protestant Reformer (b. 1499)
- October 1 – Frans Floris, Flemish painter (b. 1520)
- October 18 – Manuel da Nóbrega, Portuguese Jesuit missionary in Brazil (b. 1517)
- October 20
- November – Jacques Grévin, French dramatist (b. 1539)
- November 21 – Ruxandra Lăpușneanu, Moldavian regent (b. 1538)
- November 27 – Jacopo Sansovino, Italian sculptor and architect (b. 1486)
- December 15 – Frederick III of Legnica, Duke of Legnica (b. 1520)
- date unknown
- The Gentleman's Magazine. F. Jefferies. 1967. p. 174.
- Marijke Donkersloot-de Vrij; Y. Marijke Donkersloot-De Vrij (1967). The World on Paper: A Descriptive Catalogue of Cartographical Material Published in Amsterdam During the Seventeenth Century. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. p. 27.
- Lorelei D. C. De Viana (2001). Three Centuries of Binondo Architecture, 1594-1898: A Socio-historical Perspective. University of Santo Tomas Publishing House. p. 6. ISBN 978-971-506-169-8.
- Mack P. Holt (October 13, 2005). The French Wars of Religion, 1562–1629. Cambridge University Press. p. 71. ISBN 978-1-139-44767-6.
- Guidoboni, Emanuela. "Terremoti a Ferrara e nel suo territorio: un rischio sottovalutato". Ferrara, voci di una città. Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Ferrara. Retrieved July 21, 2011.
- Kim Williams (December 16, 2008). Nexus Network Journal 10,2: Architecture and Mathematics. Springer Science & Business Media. p. 227. ISBN 978-3-7643-8766-2.
- Chase's Calendar of Events 2014. McGraw Hill Professional. October 4, 2013. p. 221. ISBN 978-0-07-183091-1.
- Sir John Wyndham Pope-Hennessy (1963). An Introduction to Italian Sculpture. Phaidon Press. p. 51.