Calendar overview 1468
execution takes place in San Marino .
|Prince Abbey of St. Gallen acquires the County of Toggenburg .|
|1468 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||916/917 (turn of the year July)|
|Aztec calendar||1. Pipes - Ce Acatl (until the end of January / beginning of February: 13th Rabbit - Matlactli omey Tochtli )|
|Buddhist calendar||2011/12 (southern Buddhism); 2010/11 (alternative calculation according to Buddha's Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||69th (70th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||830/831 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||872/873 (turn of the year 21/22 July)|
|Jewish calendar||5228/29 (September 16-17)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1778/79 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1779/80 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1524/25 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
- April: Mulhouse, strongly oppressed by the nobility in an undeclared guerrilla war, attacks the aristocratic villages of Rixheim and Sausheim, relying on the alliance agreement concluded two years ago with the Confederates . The front Austrian estates then marched on May 15 with 4,000 men in front of Mulhouse and devastated its surroundings. On June 18 that occurs declaration of war of Bern , Solothurn and Friborg in Switzerland to Duke Siegmund .
- June 25th : Berners and Solothurners invade Sundgau from Basel and move via Blotzheim , Bartenheim and Habsheim towards Mulhouse, leaving behind a trail of destruction. Troops from Zurich and Schwyz follow. However, there was no open field battle with the front Austrian army, whereupon the Confederates withdrew again on July 16 .
- July 6th : The Confederates plunder into the Black Forest on Sankt Blasien .
- July 20 : The Swiss decide to go to Waldshut . On July 29 , the siege of the city, but due to disputes between starts Zurich and Bern is not conquered.
- August 16 : Peace negotiations begin, mediated by Basel and others .
- August 27 : The Waldshuter towards ending Waldshuterstrasse war . In this contract, Duke Siegmund of Austria-Tyrol undertakes to pay war compensation of 10,000 guilders by June 24, 1469. The Confederates Waldshut and the Upper Austrian Black Forest serve as security . The Waldshut War resulted in almost no territorial changes. The only exception is the dominion of Wessenberg south of the Rhine with the villages of Hottwil and Mandach , which is conquered by Bern and the Landvogtei Schenkenberg is added.
Further events in the empire
- June 23 : In the battle of Straelen , Adolf von Egmond , Duke of Geldern, defeats the troops of Johann I von Kleve .
- June 24th : The Boeckler War begins with the destruction of Lerchenfeld Castle by Duke Albrecht IV of Bavaria-Munich .
- October 1 : In the battle of Rájec and Zvole , a Hungarian mercenary army under Franz von Hag defeats the Bohemian troops. The Bohemian military leader Zdeněk Kostka von Postupitz was one of the 600 or so killed .
- The Prince Abbey of St. Gallen acquired the County of Toggenburg under Abbot Ulrich Rösch . Through the acquisition of several areas, the monastery state becomes an early modern territorial state . After the acquisition of Toggenburg , the term “old landscape” became established for the heartland of the abbey between Rorschach and Wil SG , the “ Fürstenland ”.
- First documentary mention of the Prussian chamber court .
- October 14th : King Ludwig XI. of France and Duke Charles the Bold of Burgundy agree in the Peace of Péronne on French property in the county of Flanders .
- The Orkney and Shetland Islands are transferred to Scotland by King Christian I of Norway , Sweden and Denmark to secure the dowry for his daughter Margaret of Denmark , who will be King James III the following year . of Scotland to marry.
- August 26th : Ba'eda Mariam from the Solomon dynasty succeeds his late father Zara Yaqob as negus on the throne of Ethiopia .
Culture and society
- 1468 or around 1470: The flax land carpet is made. The client, Röttler Landvogt Hans von Flachslanden, gives the carpet to his second wife Barbara von Breitenlandenberg for the wedding.
- January 6th : Pope Paul II permits the veneration of the Augsburg Bishop Simpert as a saint.
- February 9 : Duke Siegmund of Bavaria-Munich and Prince-Bishop Johann IV. Tulbeck of Freising lay the foundation stone for the new Marienkirche in Munich .
- The Dominican Father Alanus de Rupe founds the first Rosary Brotherhood ( Confratria Psalterii DN Jesu Christi et Mariae Virginis ) in Douai, Flanders .
First half of the year
- January 26 : Guillaume Budé , French philologist, humanist, diplomat and librarian at the court of Francis I († 1540 )
- February 14 : Johannes Werner , German pastor, mathematician, astronomer, astrologer, geographer and cartographer († 1522 )
- February 29 : Alessandro Farnese, as Paul III. Pope († 1549 )
- March 29 : Charles I , Duke of Savoy († 1490 )
- April 27 : Friedrich Jagiello , Polish Prince and Duke of Lithuania, Bishop of Krakow, Archbishop of Gniezno and Primate of Poland-Lithuania († 1503 )
- June 13 : John the Steadfast , Elector of Saxony († 1532 )
- June 29 : Uriel von Gemmingen , Archbishop of Mainz († 1514 )
Second half of the year
- July 24th : Catherine of Saxony , Archduchess of Austria († 1524 )
- August 3 : Albrecht I , Duke of Münsterberg and Oels and Count von Glatz († 1511 )
- August 15 : Philipp von Solms-Lich , imperial and electoral council, Count von Solms zu Lich († 1544 )
- September 27 : Siegmund , Margrave of Brandenburg-Kulmbach († 1495 )
- December 21 : William Conyers, 1st Baron Conyers , northern English nobleman († 1524 )
- December: Basil the Blessed , Russian saint († 1552 or 1557 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Busso X. von Alvensleben , Catholic ecclesiastical diplomat and Bishop of Havelberg († 1548 )
- Arnold von Brauweiler , German businessman and mayor of Cologne († 1552 )
- Hermann von dem Busche , German humanist († 1534 )
- Marco Della Robbia , Italian sculptor and Dominican († after 1532)
- Cornelis Engelbrechtsen , Dutch painter († 1533 )
- Heinrich I , Duke of Braunschweig-Lüneburg († 1532 )
- Gotthard III. von Hoeveln , Mayor of the Hanseatic City of Lübeck († 1555 )
- Ibn-i Kemal , Ottoman scholar and historiographer († 1534 )
- Jean II , Lord of Monaco († 1505 )
- Robert II. De La Marck , Governor of Bouillon and Lord of Sedan († 1536 )
- Walburga Manderscheid , German nobles († 1530 / 35 )
- Pedro Alonso Niño , Spanish navigator and explorer († 1505 )
- Octavien de Saint-Gelais , French cleric, poet and translator († 1502 )
- George Talbot, 4th Earl of Shrewsbury , English nobleman († 1538 )
- Wang Jiusi , Chinese civil servant, man of letters and playwright († 1551 )
- Matthäus Lang von Wellenburg , Archbishop of Salzburg and Cardinal († 1540 )
Born around 1468
- Johannes Caesarius , German doctor and humanist († 1550 )
- Andreas Knöpken , German priest and Riga's first reformer († 1539 )
Date of death secured
- February 3rd : Johannes Gutenberg , German inventor of printing with movable type (* between 1397 and 1400 )
- February 13 : Juana Enríquez , Queen of Aragón (* 1425 )
- April 20 : Martin Lupáč , Czech theologian and diplomat of the Hussites
- May 18 : Johannes Hartlieb , German doctor, court poet and translator (* around 1400 )
- June 6th : Adrian von Borsselen , Lord of Brigdamme, Zoutelande and Sint Laurens (* around 1417 )
- June 30th : Eleonore Talbot , mistress of the English King Edward IV (* around 1435 )
- 22nd August : Charles de Melun , Seigneur of Normanville and Lumigny, Baron of Les Landes and advisor and chamberlain to the French king
- August 26 : Zara Yaqob , Emperor of Ethiopia (* 1399 )
- September 26 : Juan de Torquemada , Spanish theologian (* 1388 )
- October 9 : Sigismondo Malatesta , Italian condottiere, poet and patron of the arts (* 1417 )
- November 24th : Jean de Dunois , Grand Chamberlain of France (* 1402 )
- December 28th : Jean Michel , Bishop of Lausanne