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the decade from 1530 to 1539

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Sure-footed and novelistic, the narrative situates the Medici saga in the swirling politics of the 1530s, showing the house's role in the political realignments of the sixteenth century as its members vaulted into Europe's highest posts: Alessandro married the emperor's daughter Margaret; his half-sister Catherine de' Medici became queen of France.
The second part, apart from assessing the involvement of the Ottoman Empire in the post 1530s Abyssinia, examines the nature of encounter among the Ottoman Empire, Muslim Abyssinians, and the Christian Abyssinian rulers in the subsequent periods, especially in the first half of the seventeenth century.
The first, which has become widely accepted, is the discontinuity thesis of 1530s English social welfare.
In the 1530s, King Henry VIII of England created a church independent of Rome and the Pope; in Scotland, where there was little love for England, the court pushed the opposite way and reaffirmed its support for the pontiff.
Built in the 1530s, the Hall is a magnificent Tudor timber-framed manor house set on the banks of the River Mersey and it is the mammoth job of house manager Sarah Jane Langley to organise the winter clean.
But the building was razed by Henry VIII when he broke with the Catholic Church in the 1530s, and Richard's grave disappeared until a few years ago, when a writer researching a screenplay on the lost king found her way to the unremarkable car park close to Leicester Cathedral.
The iconic building had its roof removed by Thomas Cromwell, Vicar General for King Henry VIII, in the 1530s while the monks were expelled.
It just had to be purchased by the right person when Henry VIII sold it in the late 1530s."
Ironically, tomatoes arrived in Italy as early 1530s, but the locals shunned the red fruit because they believed it was poisonous.
This was demolished in the 1530s, but documents describing the burial site have survived.
In the late 1530s the clergy, according to legend, moved the altar slab from inside the church to the yard, hidden among the gravestones, to prevent it being smashed.
Yet despite the Imperial Edict of 1529 and several similar decrees that followed in the early 1530s, Anabaptists in Holland did not suffer immediate or widespread prosecution.
Finally the authors look at the arrival of the first Spanish conquistadors in the 1530s when, ironically, the Inca Empire was at its zenith and at their eventual conquest of the Incas by the 1570s.
Thanks to the reformation in the 1530s, the Church of England is one of the biggest landowners in the UK.
During the pleasant winter months, a heritage walk in Moti Daman offers an excellent opportunity to see elaborate churches and well-preserved monuments that were built during the reign of the Portuguese that began with their conquest of the territory in the 1530s till 1961, when it became a Union Territory of India.