Calendar overview 1528
|Balthasar Hubmaier is burned as a heretic in Vienna .||Albrecht Dürer dies of malaria .|
Charles V pledged the small Venice colony in present-day Venezuela to the Welser trading company for exploitation.
|1528 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||976/977 (turn of the year July)|
|Aztec calendar||9th tubes - Chicuhnahui Acatl (until the end of January / beginning of February: 8th rabbit - Chicuei Tochtli )|
|Buddhist calendar||2071/72 (southern Buddhism); 2070/71 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||70th (71st) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||890/891 (turn of the year April)|
|Dangun era (Korea)||3861/62 (October 2/3)|
|Islamic calendar||934/935 (turn of the year 14/15 September)|
|Jewish calendar||5288/89 (September 13-14)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1838/39 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1839/40 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1584/85 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
- January 12th : Gustav I. Wasa is crowned King of Sweden in Uppsala Cathedral five years after his election .
Holy Roman Empire
- February 7th : As a result of the Bern disputation from January 6th to 26th, Bern issues the Reformation mandate, thus triggering the Oberland Reformation unrest in the Bernese Oberland that lasted until November .
- February 14 : After the death of his father Edzard I , Enno II becomes Count of East Friesland . He governs over large areas together with his younger brother Johann I , although Enno adheres to Lutheran teachings and Johann is a staunch Catholic.
- March 13 : The Interlaken Monastery , the largest landowner in the Oberland , is abolished after the Bern Reformation mandate has been issued, and its territory is incorporated into the Canton of Bern . Now that Bern is demanding the taxes of the population to the monastery, the riots of the Oberland Reformation soon break out.
- June 14th : In the Treaty of Hitzkirchen , Archbishop of Mainz, Albrecht of Brandenburg , who is particularly known for his indulgence trade, finally renounces spiritual jurisdiction in Hesse against Landgrave Philipp .
European colonies in America
- March 27th : In the Treaty of Madrid, Emperor Charles V leaves what is now Venezuela to the Welsers as a pledge for loans for exploitation.
- November 6th : The Spanish Conquistador Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca is shipwrecked and the first European to reach Texan soil.
- November 23 : After Gonzalo de Alvarado's brother Diego de Alvarado found the city of San Salvador, abandoned three years ago by Gonzalo de Alvarado after an uprising, the Spanish conquered the rule of Cuzcatlan .
science and technology
- A free Latin school in Bremen and the Bodensee-Gymnasium in Lindau are founded according to Lutheran principles.
- Margrave Georg the Pious founds a Latin school in Onolzbach, today's Carolinum grammar school in Ansbach .
- around 1528: The Ratsgymnasium in Goslar is founded after an appeal by Martin Luther .
- Il Libro del Cortegiano by Baldassare Castiglione is printed.
- Spanish conquerors bring during the conquest of Mexico , the chocolate drink of the Aztecs (Xocolatl) to Europe.
- January: The Reformation is introduced into the city and republic of Bern through the Bern disputation .
- January 14th : The Baptist Leonhard Schiemer is beheaded in Rattenberg in Tyrol.
- Spring: The pacifist Stäbler under the leadership of Jakob Widemann leave the Moravian Nikolsburg , where the Anabaptist current of swordsmen under Balthasar Hubmaier and Johannes Spittelmaier has gained the upper hand, and settle in Austerlitz .
- March 10 : Balthasar Hubmaier , leader of the radical Reformation Anabaptist movement , is burned at the stake in Vienna on charges of rebellion and heresy after he refused to revoke it . Three days later, his wife Elsbeth Hügline , who stands by her husband and her confession until the end, is drowned in the Danube. The excommunication as “heretic prince” by the Catholic Church is still valid for the martyr of the Anabaptist movement .
- February 29 : The Protestant theologian Patrick Hamilton , who returned to Catholic Scotland , was sentenced to death in a short trial for heresy and immediately publicly burned.
- June 14 : Margrave George of Brandenburg-Ansbach at their Nurembergers to Schwabach the Schwabacher Visitation article , one of the earliest Lutheran confessional writings, as a basis for the introduction of the Reformation in his country firmly.
- around 1528: Oswald Glait , a student of the Baptist Hans Hut , and Andreas Fischer found the Sabbath sect , a sub-group of Sabbatians , in Moravia .
Date of birth saved
- January 7th : Johanna III. , Queen of Navarre († 1572 )
- January 20 : Sebastian Starck , German Lutheran theologian († 1586 )
- February 29 : Albrecht V , Duke of Bavaria († 1579 )
- February 29 : Domingo Báñez , Spanish theologian († 1604 )
- March 10 : Mitsuhide Akechi , Japanese general († 1582 )
- March 25 : Jakob Andreae , German theologian and reformer († 1590 )
- June 15 : Herbard VIII. Von Auersperg , Austrian military leader († 1575 )
- June 29 : Julius , Duke of Braunschweig-Lüneburg, Prince of Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel († 1589 )
- July 7th : Anna of Austria , Duchess of Bavaria († 1590 )
- July 8 : Emanuel Philibert , Duke of Savoy († 1580 )
- August 25 : Luis de Zúñiga y Requesens , Spanish governor in the Netherlands († 1576 )
- October 10 : Adam Lonitzer , German naturalist, doctor and botanist († 1586 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Christophe d'Assonleville , Spanish ambassador († 1607 )
- Rémy Belleau , French writer († 1577 )
- Heinrich von Reuschenberg , Land Commander of the Teutonic Order, Alden Biesen († 1603 )
- Paolo Veronese , Italian painter and fresco artist († 1588 )
First half of the year
- January 14th : Leonhard Schiemer , Austrian martyr of the Anabaptist movement
- February 14th : Edzard I , Count of East Friesland (* 1462 )
- February 29 : Patrick Hamilton , Scottish Protestant theologian and martyr (* around 1504 )
- March 10 : Balthasar Hubmaier , Anabaptist personality of the Reformation period (* 1485 )
- March 13 : Elsbeth Hügline , wife of Balthasar Hubmaiers, martyr of the Anabaptist movement (* around 1480 )
- May 3 : Clarice Strozzi , née Medici, Florentine patrician (* 1493 )
- May 4 : Bernhard Strigel , German painter (* around 1460 )
- May 11 : Eitelhans Langenmantel , Augsburg patrician and martyr of the Anabaptist movement (* around 1480 )
Second half of the year
- August 20 : Georg von Frundsberg , south German soldier leader and infantry tactician (* 1473 )
- August 31 : Matthias Grünewald , German painter and graphic artist, master builder and water artist (* around 1475 )
- September 17th : Íñigo Fernández de Velasco y Mendoza , Spanish politician (* 1462 )
- October 5 : Richard Fox , English bishop (* between 1446 and 1448 )
- October 16 : Hernando Alonso , Spanish-Marran explorer and first victim of the Inquisition in Mexico (* around 1460 )
- October 18 : Michael Anton , Margrave of Saluzzo (* 1495 )
- presumably October 28 : Maria Pfäffinger , abbess of the Frauenchiemsee monastery (* 1463 )
- November 17 : Jakob Wimpheling , German writer (* 1450 )
- December 4 : Jakob Locher , humanistic writer and translator (* 1471 )
- December 7th : Margaret of Saxony , Duchess of Braunschweig-Lüneburg (* 1469 )
Exact date of death unknown
- Pánfilo de Narváez , Spanish conquistador (* 1470 )
- Giovanni da Verrazzano , Italian navigator and explorer (* 1485 )