1450

Year 1450 (MCDL) was a common year starting on Thursday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.

Millennium: 2nd millennium
Centuries:
Decades:
Years:
1450 in various calendars
Gregorian calendar1450
MCDL
Ab urbe condita2203
Armenian calendar899
ԹՎ ՊՂԹ
Assyrian calendar6200
Balinese saka calendar1371–1372
Bengali calendar857
Berber calendar2400
English Regnal year28 Hen. 6 – 29 Hen. 6
Buddhist calendar1994
Burmese calendar812
Byzantine calendar6958–6959
Chinese calendar己巳(Earth Snake)
4146 or 4086
    — to —
庚午年 (Metal Horse)
4147 or 4087
Coptic calendar1166–1167
Discordian calendar2616
Ethiopian calendar1442–1443
Hebrew calendar5210–5211
Hindu calendars
 - Vikram Samvat1506–1507
 - Shaka Samvat1371–1372
 - Kali Yuga4550–4551
Holocene calendar11450
Igbo calendar450–451
Iranian calendar828–829
Islamic calendar853–854
Japanese calendarHōtoku 2
(宝徳2年)
Javanese calendar1365–1366
Julian calendar1450
MCDL
Korean calendar3783
Minguo calendar462 before ROC
民前462年
Nanakshahi calendar−18
Thai solar calendar1992–1993
Tibetan calendar阴土蛇年
(female Earth-Snake)
1576 or 1195 or 423
    — to —
阳金马年
(male Iron-Horse)
1577 or 1196 or 424

Events

January–December

Date unknown

Births

Deaths

References

  1. ^ "Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu — UNESCO World Heritage Centre". UNESCO. 2006. Retrieved 9 December 2006.
  2. ^ Klooster, John W. (2009). Icons of invention: the makers of the modern world from Gutenberg to Gates. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. p. 8. ISBN 978-0-313-34745-0.
1450 in France

Events from the year 1450 in France

1450 in Ireland

Events from the year 1450 in Ireland.

Adam Moleyns

Adam Moleyns (died 9 January 1450) was an English bishop, lawyer, royal administrator and diplomat. During the minority of Henry VI of England, he was clerk of the ruling council of the Regent.

Dry River (New Hampshire)

The Dry River is a 9.0-mile (14.5 km) long river in the White Mountains of New Hampshire in the United States. It is a tributary of the Saco River, which flows to the Atlantic Ocean in Maine. For nearly its entire length, it is within the Presidential Range-Dry River Wilderness of the White Mountain National Forest.

The Dry River rises in Oakes Gulf, a glacial cirque on the southern slopes of Mount Washington, the highest peak in the northeastern United States. The river flows southwest through a wooded mountain valley between the southern part of the Presidential Range to its west and the lower Montalban Ridge, including Mount Isolation, to its east. It is paralleled for its entire distance through the wilderness area by the Dry River Trail.

The river ends in Crawford Notch State Park, where it joins the Saco River.

Envoy Air

Envoy Air Inc. (formerly American Eagle Airlines) is an air carrier headquartered in Irving, Texas, in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines Group that, along with several carriers outside the group, feeds the American Airlines route network under the American Eagle brand. With over 1000 flights a day, serving 150 cities across the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean, Envoy is considered to be one of the world's largest regional airline systems. Envoy is an affiliate member of the Oneworld airline alliance.

The name "American Eagle Airlines" was also used between April 1980 and April 1981 by an unrelated air charter service that suspended operations and filed bankruptcy before flying any scheduled operations.

Gujarati literature

The history of Gujarati literature (Gujarati: ગુજરાતી સાહિત્ય) may be traced to 1000 AD,[1] and this literature has flourished since then to the present. It is unique in having almost no patronage from a ruling dynasty, other than its composers.

Gujarat Vidhya Sabha, Gujarat Sahitya Sabha, Gujarat Sahitya Akademi and Gujarati Sahitya Parishad are Gujarat-based literary institutions promoting the Gujarati literature.

Jack Cade's Rebellion

Jack Cade was the leader of a popular revolt against the government of England in 1450. At the time of the revolt, the weak and unpopular King Henry VI was on the throne. While little is known about the rebel leader himself, the events of the rebellion to which he gave his name are well recorded in fifteenth-century chronicles. The Jack Cade Rebellion stemmed from local grievances concerned about the corruption and abuse of power surrounding the king's regime and his closest advisors. Furthermore, the rebels were angered by the debt caused by years of warfare against France and the recent loss of Normandy. Leading an army of men from Kent and the surrounding counties, Jack Cade marched on London in order to force the government to end the corruption and remove the traitors—as they saw the King's closest advisors—surrounding the king's person.Despite Cade's attempt to keep his men under control once the rebel forces had entered London they began to loot. The citizens of London turned on the rebels and forced them out of the city in a bloody battle on London Bridge. To end the bloodshed the rebels were issued pardons by the king and told to return home. Cade fled but was later caught on 12 July 1450 by Alexander Iden, a future High Sheriff of Kent. As a result of the skirmish with Iden, the mortally wounded Cade died before reaching London for trial. The Jack Cade Rebellion has been perceived as a reflection of the social, political and economic issues of the time period and as a precursor to the Wars of the Roses which saw the decline of the Lancaster dynasty and the rise of the Yorks. The Jack Cade Rebellion was the largest popular uprising to take place in England during the 15th century.

KIKR

KIKR (1450 AM; branded as Sports Radio Beaumont) is a radio station serving the Beaumont/Port Arthur area with a sports format when it is in operation. It is under ownership of Cumulus Media, and normally simulcasts sister station KBED AM 1510 Nederland, Texas. Its studios are located on South Eleventh Street in Beaumont and its transmitter is located half a mile southeast of the studios.

KRZY (AM)

KRZY (1450 AM) is a radio station licensed to Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States, the station serves the Albuquerque area. The station is owned by Entravision Holdings, LLC. KRZY airs a Spanish-language sports talk format from the ESPN Deportes radio network.

This station has had numerous Spanish-language formats since 1996. A Regional Mexican format branded as La Tricolor aired on 1450 from 1996-2002 and then moved to the FM band at sister station KRZY-FM 105.9 but the format was dropped in 2004 for the "Super Estrella" Latin pop format. Tricolor returned to 1450 in November 2008 and lasted until about December 2011.

KRZY was also the original home for KNML "The Sports Animal" when it was launched in 1994. In October 1996 it moved to 1050 AM and picked up the KNML callsign after KRZY 1450 was sold to Spanish-language broadcaster Excl Communications. KRZY had also aired a country music format for many years prior to the switch to sports talk.

KRZY is licensed by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to broadcast in HD.

KVEN

KVEN (1450 AM, "SportsRadio 1450") is a sports radio station licensed to Ventura, California, carrying the national CBS Sports Network but no locally-originated programming. It is owned by Cumulus Media and broadcasts at a power of 1,000 watts.

Marmaduke Lumley

Marmaduke Lumley (died 1450) was an English priest, Bishop of Carlisle from 1429 to 1450, and Knight Commander of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem. He was a son of Ralph de Lumley, 1st Baron Lumley and Eleanor de Neville. He was elected about 5 December 1429, and consecrated on 16 April 1430. He was Bishop of Lincoln for a short time before his death in December 1450. He was educated at University of Cambridge and was appointed Precentor of Lincoln Cathedral in 1425. He also became Chancellor of the University of Cambridge in 1427 and was Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge from 1429 to 1443. From 1446 to 1449 he served as Lord High Treasurer of England.

Nicholas Close

Nicholas Close (died 1452) was an English priest, Bishop of Carlisle from 1450 to 1452. He was provided to the see of Carlisle in January 1450, and consecrated on 15 March 1450. He was selected Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield on 30 August 1452 and served for a short time before his death in late October 1452. He was educated at King's College, Cambridge, being elected a fellow in 1443, and served as a commissioner to Scotland in 1449. He was Archdeacon of Colchester before being appointed bishop.

Sejong the Great

Sejong the Great (Korean pronunciation: [se(ː)dʑoŋ]; 7 May 1397 – 8 April 1450) was the fourth king of the Joseon dynasty of Korea. He was the third son of King Taejong and Queen consort Min. He was designated as heir-apparent, Crown Prince, after his older brother Prince Yangnyeong was stripped of his title. He ascended to the throne in 1418. During the first four years of his reign, Taejong governed as regent, after which his father-in-law, Sim On, and his close associates were executed.

Sejong reinforced Confucian policies and executed major "legal amendments" (공법; 貢法). He also personally created and promulgated the Korean alphabet Hangul, encouraged advancements of scientific technology, and instituted many other efforts to stabilize and improve prosperity. He dispatched military campaigns to the north and instituted the Samin policy (사민정책; 徙民政策) to attract new settlers to the region. To the south, he subjugated Japanese pirates and captured Tsushima Island (also known as Daema Island in the Korean language).

During his reign from 1418 to 1450, he governed along with his father, the King Emeritus Taejong from 1418 to 1422, then governing as the sole monarch from 1422 to 1450. Since 1442, the king was increasingly ill so his son Crown Prince Munjong acted as regent for him.

Although the appellation "the Great" / "(대왕;大王)" was given posthumously to almost every ruler of Goryeo and Joseon, this title is usually associated with Gwanggaeto and Sejong.

Siege of Krujë (1450)

The first Siege of Krujë occurred in 1450 when an Ottoman army of approximately 100,000 men laid siege to the Albanian town of Krujë. The League of Lezhë, led by Skanderbeg, experienced low morale after losing Svetigrad and Berat between 1448 and 1450. Nevertheless, Skanderbeg's exhortations and the support of the clergy, who claimed to have had visions of angels and victory, motivated the Albanians to defend the capital of the League, Krujë, at all costs. After leaving a protective garrison of 4,000 men under his trusted lieutenant Vrana Konti (also known as Kont Urani), Skanderbeg harassed the Ottoman camps around Krujë and attacked the supply caravans of Sultan Murad II's army. By September the Ottoman camp was in disarray as morale sank and disease ran rampant. The Ottoman army acknowledged that the castle of Krujë would not fall by strength of arms, lifted the siege, and made its way to Edirne. Soon thereafter, in the winter of 1450–51, Murad died in Edirne and was succeeded by his son, Mehmed II.

Stuttgart Database of Scientific Illustrators 1450–1950

The Stuttgart Database of Scientific Illustrators 1450-1950 (abbreviated DSI) is an online repository of bibliographic data about people who illustrated published scientific works from the time of the invention of the printing press, around 1450, until 1950; the latter cut-off chosen with the intention of excluding currently-active illustrators. The database includes those who worked in a variety of fields, including astronomical, botanical, zoological and medical illustration.The database is hosted by the University of Stuttgart. Content is displayed in English, and is free to access. As of January 2019, the site's homepage states that the database includes over 12,460 illustrators. The site is searchable by 20 fields.Suggestions for additional entries, or amendments, may be submitted by members of the public, but are subject to editorial review before inclusion.

Vlah Church

The Vlah Church (Serbian: Влашка Црква) is a Serbian Orthodox church built in 1450 in the village, Donji Kraj (on Cetinje field), Zeta, Serbian Despotate (modern day Montenegro).

WGPC

WGPC (branded as 1450 The Fan) was a radio station serving Albany, Georgia, United States and surrounding cities with sports radio programming from CBS Sports Radio. This station broadcast on AM frequency 1450 kHz and was under ownership of Cumulus Media.

The station was first licensed in 1932 as WENC on 1420 kHz, operating from Americus. In 1934, the station moved to Albany and changed its call letters to WGPC, becoming the first station in the city. In 1941, the North American Regional Broadcasting Agreement moved the station to 1450.

WGPC went dark after its tower, which had been used since 1940, was cut in half during a storm on January 2, 2017. On March 22, 2017, Cumulus told WALB that the WGPC license had been surrendered to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC); the FCC canceled the license on March 24, 2017.

WHLL

WHLL (1450 kHz, "98.1 Nash Icon") is a commercial AM radio station. Licensed to Springfield, Massachusetts, it serves the Springfield Metropolitan Area. For 77 years, it broadcast under the call sign WMAS. The station is currently owned by Cumulus Media, and is the sister station to WMAS-FM 94.7. Cumulus and Entercom have announced an agreement to swap stations in New York City, Indianapolis and Springfield, MA that will result in Entercom owning and operating the station as of March 1, 2019. WHLL 1450 is formatted as a country music station.

WHLL broadcasts from The James Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, a major attraction in Springfield, a city credited as the birthplace of the game of basketball. Visitors to the Hall of Fame can watch the hosts of both the AM and FM stations, from studios in the northern entrance hall. The transmitter is also located in Springfield, along U.S. Route 20, near the Connecticut River.

WPGG

WPGG (1450 AM; "WPG Talk Radio 104.1") is an American radio station licensed to serve the community of Atlantic City, New Jersey. The station is owned by Townsquare Media and the broadcast license is held by Townsquare Media Atlantic City License, LLC. Operating with non-directional 1,000 watts day and night, the station can be heard throughout New Jersey's Ocean, Atlantic, and Cape May Counties and into southern Delaware, coastal Maryland, coastal North Carolina, the southern side of much of Long Island, NY, and southern parts of Cape Cod, MA. Since October 22, 2012, the station broadcasts a talk radio format under the branding "WPG Talk Radio 1450." In May 2016, reflecting the frequency of its FM translator, 104.1 W281BH, the station rebranded as "WPG Talk Radio 104.1." WPGG's transmitter is located in Atlantic City, while its studios are in, and translator transmits from, Northfield, New Jersey.

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