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1500 in poetry

Nationality words link to articles with information on the nation's poetry or literature (for instance, Irish or France).



  • Anonymous, publication year conjectural, A Gest of Robin Hood
  • Anonymous, publication year conjectural, Guy of Warwick, related to the Anglo-Norman Gui de Warewic (c. 1232–1242)
  • Anonymous, Sir Bevis of Hampton, translated c. 1300 from the Anglo-Norman Boeve de Haumtone c. 1200
  • Anonymous, Sir Eglamour of Artois, written in the mid-14th century
  • Geoffrey Chaucer, published anonymously, publication year conjectural, Mars and Venus, an amalgamation of the author's The Complaint of Mars and The Complaint of Venus
  • John Lydgate, published anonymously, publication year conjectural, The Virtue of the Mass, also called the Interpretacio Misse
  • Other

  • Stora rimkronikan ("The Great Rhymed Chronicle"), published about this year, Sweden
  • Erasmus, De Laudibus Britanniae, a Latin ode in which the author calls John Skelton, appointed tutor to Prince Henry of England, "unum Britannicarum literarum lumen ac decus", and congratulates the prince for having so fine a teacher.
  • Pierre Gringore, le Château d’Amours, France
  • Singiraja, Maha Basavaraja Charitra, India
  • Births

    Death years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:

  • December 6 - Nicolaus Mameranus (died c. 1567), Luxembourgian soldier and Latin-language historian and poet
  • Erasmus Alberus, birth year uncertain (died 1553), German humanist, reformer and poet
  • Shlomo Halevi Alkabetz (died 1580), Greek kabbalist and poet
  • Antonius Arena, also known as "Antoine Arènes" (died 1544), French jurist and poet
  • Eustorg Beaulieu (died 1552), French
  • John Bellenden (died about 1548), English
  • Bonaventure des Périers, born about this year (suicide 1544), French author and poet
  • George Cavendish, born this year according to one source but another states 1494 (died about 1561), English
  • Hayâlî (خيالى) (died 1557), Ottoman Turkish
  • Nikolaus Herman, birth year uncertain (died 1561), German hymnodist
  • Marcello Palingenio Stellato, born this year or 1503 (died 1543), Italian, Latin-language poet
  • Ludovico Pasquali (died 1551), Italian author and poet
  • Christoff Wirsung, birth year uncertain (died 1571), German
  • Wu Cheng'en born 1500 or 1505 (died c. 1580), Chinese novelist and poet of the Ming Dynasty
  • Deaths

    Birth years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:

  • June 23 - Lodovico Lazzarelli (born 1450), Italian, Latin-language poet, philosopher, courtier and magician
  • Bhalam (born c. 1426), Indian, Gujarati-language poet
  • Serafino Ciminelli, also known as "Serafino Aquilano" (born 1466), Italian poet, singer, author and actor
  • Robert Henryson, last known to be active about this year (flourished from c. 1460), Scottish makar poet
  • Michele Marullo (born 1453), Italian, Latin-language poet
  • Per Raff Lille, died about this year (born c. 1450), Danish poet
  • Giovanni Mattia Tabarino (born c. 1420), Italian, Latin-language poet
  • References

    1500 in poetry Wikipedia

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