This page relates to the year 1592 Gregorian Calendrier.
- the Portuguese take Mombasa.
- Akbar conquers the Sind, end south-eastern of the Pakistan.
- Akbar incorporates the Orissa in the Empire moghol.
- the Annam ites take Hanoï and link North Vietnam.
- April 13rd: Beginning of the first Japanese invasion (known as war Seven Year old or War Imjin) of the Korea of the Chosŏn.
- Of divisions appears among the elite of Choson at the 16th century. For this period of disorders, Choson is invaded by surprised in April by the Japanese, who want to use Korea as bases transit to conquer the China.
- Showing signs of mental disturbance growing, Hideyoshi Toyotomi conceives the project to conquer the China, and launches the Japanese army against the Korea, which shows Chinese and Korean counter-attacks. 200 000 Japanese unloads in Korea, takes Seoul (June 12th) then Pyongyang (July 15th) and advances towards the Mandchourie. The Chinese must send enormous forces in Korea. The countryside, which lasts seven years, leaves the bloodless dynasty Ming.
- naval Victories of Yi Sun-sin: Tang' Po, Year Golp' O (the July 10th) and Han-San, called the Salamine of Korea (August 14th).
- the Japanese destroy the Temple of Beopjusa, one of most beautiful of Korea, going back to 553. This temple Bouddhiste will be rebuilt in its current form in 1624.
- January 30th: Beginning of the Pontificate of Clement VIII (fine in 1605).
- August: The voïévode Alexandre reaches the capacity in Valachie with the assistance of the Turks (fine in 1593). The country passes under Othoman domination.
- November 27th: Beginning of the reign of Sigismond III Vasa (1566 - 1632), king of Sweden (fine in 1599). Important constitutional crisis with the advent of Sigismond Vasa, wire of a catholic Polish princess, with the throne of Sweden.
- December 2nd: Ernst von Mansfeld becomes governor of the Netherlands.
- the the Cortes of Tarazona reduce the range of the fors of the Aragon.
- the diet and the emperor intervene with Strasbourg to prevent the secularization of the benefit.
- Rupture of peace enters the Othoman Holy roman Empire and the (1592 - 1608): a war of skirmish for the control of the Transylvania does not end in nothing, if not to release the emperor of the obligation of the annual gift.
- the diet of Poland, carried out by the chancellor and hetman Jan Zamoyski, prevents the development of the absolutism.
- Letters patent of the king Sigismond of Poland which grant the protection of the sovereign to all those which would like to be joined the pope.
- February 5th: Aumale fights. Henri IV is wounded.
- April 4th: By a declaration known under the name of “ Dispatches ”, Henri IV announces his intention to be informed in the Catholic religion.
- April 20th: The prince of Parma releases Rouen.
- May: Failure of royal in Normandy, with Caudebec-in-Caux, against Alexandre Farnèse and in Brittany against the duke of Mercœur.
- May 23rd: Battle of Craon.
- June 16th: Soldiers started from Nice will take Cagnes and will devastate the campaigns of Antibes.
- September 10th: The Sixteen write with Philippe II of Spain to propose the throne to him.
- October: Henri IV sends an embassy to the pope.
- October 23rd: To Paris, the Parliament makes a verdict lenient to the prosecutor François Brigard, shown to have corresponded with Henri IV.
- November 28th: Charles de Mayenne enters Paris and makes hang with the Louvre four members of a league compromised in the business Brisson.
Arts & cultures
- May 23rd: Arrest of the Italian Philosopher Giordano Bruno. Returned to Italy with the invitation of the Venetian patrician Giovanni Mocenigo, he is denounced by this last with the Inquisition, which condemns it for Hérésie (July 30th). Delivered to the Roman authorities, he is imprisoned during eight years during which its lawsuit on the charges of blasphemy is carried out, immoral control and heresy. Refusing to retract, Bruno will be burned on roughing-hew it with Campo dei Fiori , the February 17th 1600.
- Elisabeth Ire of England founds the Trinity College with Dublin, charged to form a nourished Anglo-Irish elite of the Protestant precepts.
- Tintoret begins Cène in San Giorgio Maggiore with Venice.
Literature & theater
the theaters of London are closed because of the Peste.
- William Shakespeare enjoys in London a certain fame as an actor and a dramatic author. It makes sure the support of the duke of Southampton to which it dedicates his first poems, Venus and Adonis (1593) and the Viol of Lucrèce (1594).
- the Comedy of the errors of Shakespeare.
- the English playwright Christopher Marlowe writes the Doctor Faustus .
- Thomas Nashe, celebrates satirical English, written Pierce Penilesse .
- Comments , of Blaise de Monluc.
- Summary description of France, Germany, Italy, Spain with the guide of the ways , Theodore Mayerne de Turquet.
- Discorso della Ragione di Stato , of Girolamo Frachetta.
- Eutropii historiae romanae lib. X., printed with Leyde ( Lugduni Batavorum ) by Lodewijk Elzévir.
- Edition revised of the Vulgate Sixtine , Latin version of the Bible and only version found canonical by the Church, on the initiative of Robert Bellarmin.
- the Presbytérianisme, a form of Calvinism, is adopted in Scotland. The general meeting of the presbytériens succeeds in placing the bishops under the direction of the king, thus cancelling all the attempts épiscopaliennes.
- Arrived of the Ursulines in Provence.
Science & technology
- November - December: Appearance of the stars invited of 1592 observed by astronomers coréeens.
- Galileo invents the Thermomètre.
- Chart of the world of Placius.
Economy & company
- Foundation of the purse of Cologne.
- Draining of the ponds in Bottom Languedoc.
- Russia: Final suppression of the “starting duty” (frankness from the Saint Georges d' Automne). To put a term at the shifts in population, to ensure the exploitation of the ground and to limit the armed robbery, the peasants are listed and attached to the ground (the second serfdom).
Births in 1592
- January 5th: Shâh Jahân, emperor moghol of the Indies.
- January 22nd: Pierre Gassendi, Mathematician and Philosopher French
nonwell informed or unknown Dates :
- Pieter Van Laer, '' Bamboccio '', Dutch painter
Death in 1592
- March 10th: Michiel Coxcie, Flemish painter (° 1499)
- September 13rd: Michel de Montaigne, writer and philosopher French, author of the Tests
- December 2nd: Alexandre Farnèse, noble Italian, duke of Parma and Pleasure, governor of the Netherlands (° August 28th 1545, 47 years)
Be-X-old: 1592 Map-bms: 1592 Simple: 1592
|Random links:||Margie Sudre | TrayÃ©ndolo todo detrÃ¡s a casa | Noëlle Lenoir | Microsoft Certified Architect Program | House of Sancerre | Emmanuel Bourgaud | Épitaphe|