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1564 in France

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1564 in France

Events from the year 1564 in France

Contents

Incumbents

  • Monarch – Charles IX
  • Events

  • Edict of Roussillon
  • Full date missing

  • Jean D'Espagnet, polymath; lawyer, politician, mathematician, alchemist, antiquarian and poet (died c.1637)
  • Pierre Coton, Jesuit (died 1626)
  • Joseph Gaultier de la Vallette, astronomer (died 1647)
  • Deaths

  • 27 May – John Calvin, theologian, principal developer of the system later called Calvinism (born 1509).
  • Full date missing

  • Pierre Belon, explorer (born 1517)
  • Jean de Tournes, printer, book publisher and bookseller (born 1504)
  • Philibert Jambe de Fer, composer (fl. 1548)
  • Jacques Brunel, organist and composer
  • Guillaume Morel, scholar (born 1505)
  • Jourdan des Ursins, military officer (born 1500)
  • Masseot Abaquesne, faience manufacturer (born c.1500)
  • References

    1564 in France Wikipedia


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