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1503-1505: World exploration: Little-known voyage by French mariner inspired by Da Gama’s voyage, backed by local merchants and shippers, Jean Binot Paulmier de Gonneville, from Honfleur in Normandy for the East. He got to an unknown tropical land and brought back a son, Essomericq, of the local king, who had a son who remained in France. The facts remain unknown. One possible destination named is Madagascar.
(Estensen, Discovery: The Quest for the Great South Land )
1503 India: First European fortress in India is Turumumpara, for Albuquerque.
1503: Portuguese sailors first reach Table Bay, South Africa, and later use it as a refreshment base.
(Giles Milton, Nathaniel’s Nutmeg . Penguin Books, 1999/2000.)
1503 India: Sikander transfers the capital of Empire from Delhi to Agra; battles of succession in Kandesh.
1502: Portugal: Cartographers produce a fine map of the world (now known as The Canino Map) which becomes prized by the Duke of Ferrara in Italy, who is a map collector and fascinated by the discovery work of the Spanish and Portuguese. The Duke employs Alberto Cantino as an agent to find a copy of this map from Lisbon. The map shows part of the coast of South America, including Brazil which was discovered only in 1500 by Cabral, plus the West Indies islands, known as “The Antilles of the King of Spain”, and northwest of them, the Florida peninsula, which was not “discovered” by Spain till 1513 (?).
(Estensen, Discovery: The Quest for the Great South Land )
1502 Europe-India: Papal Bull views Portugal’s king as a “lord of trade” to India, Persia, Bijapur. Da Gama begins his third voyage of trade/discovery.
1501-1524AD: Reign of Ismail, first Safavid Shah of Persia.
1500-1502: World exploration: The Portuguese Corte-Real brothers sail about Labrador and Newfoundland. Did they are even earlier-working Portuguese survey other areas of the eastern North American coast?
(Estensen, Discovery: The Quest for the Great South Land )
Circa 1500: India: Nanak founds the Sikh sect to promote Hindu-Moslem reconciliation.
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Stop Press: For late entries.
Elizabethan “entrepreneur Edward Kelley, associate of mystic John Dee, once made a fortune by selling a 200-page book of strange figures, symbols and “encrypted” writing to Emperor Rudolph II of Bohemia. No one could decipher it. It disappeared for hundreds of years till found in Italy by a Russian antiquarian Wilfred Voynich, and so it became known as the Voynich Manuscript . It still defied attempts to decrypt it, till now, when a computer expert had found that the book is entirely – gibberish. Precisely the reason no one has ever been able to decipher what Kelley had sold to an Emperor. (Item, The Observer , before 21 January 2004)
1838: British explorer George Grey in North-Western Australia discovers Aboriginal cave paintings showing clothed human figures, possibly of an Asian origin? (Or, possibly of spirit beings known as Wandjina?)
1572: France: 3000 Protestants are killed in St Bartholomew’s Day Massacre in Paris, one of the bloodiest incidents of a series of religious wars.
1305: Sir William Wallace, champion of Scots independence, is captured by English and later executed as a traitor.
1583: Sir Humphrey Gilbert founds first English colony in North America at St John’s, Newfoundland.
1279: Kublai Khan grandson of Genghis Kahn conquers and then rules China. (Item from Gavin Menzies, 1421, The Year China Discovered the World . 2002 – hardcover edition)
1583 or later: A book published by French Protestant, titled L’ABC des Chrestiens is hidden away behind oak panelling in Hardwick Hall in central England . It is not found till 2003, by a carpenter doing restoration work. It is a French-language catechism, published in London by Thomas Vautroller, 11cm, leather bound, with green silk ties. otherwise unknown to scholarship. The publication date predates the building of Hardwick Hall, built near Chesterfield by “Building Bess” Hardwick, Countess of Shrewsbury 1590-1597. (Reported 18 October 2003)
165AD-180AD: Antonine Smallpox Plague kills five million people in the Roman Empire, about one quarter of the population. It then spreads to China, where it halves the northern population during the next two centuries.
2000BC: A short history of medicine.
I have a headache.
2000 B.C. – Here, eat this root.
1000 A.D. – That root is heathen. Here, say this prayer.
1850 A.D. – That prayer is superstition. Here, drink this potion.
1940 A.D. – That potion is snake oil. Here, swallow this pill.
1985 A.D. – That pill is ineffective. Here, take this antibiotic.
2000 A.D. – That antibiotic is artificial. Here, eat this root.
24,000 years ago: Earliest date for human occupation of North-Western Arnhemland, Australia, whereas a date for the same in Southern Australia is about 45,000 years ago. The indication may be that a first wave of migration came south from New Guinea down the Australian eastern seaboard.
250AD: One date given for early Chinese trade with South-East Asia (generally).

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