European Renaissance and Reformation 1350-1600: World Events Research Article from World Eras

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Emperor Chu Yu-t'ang dies, leaving the throne in the hands of his son, Chu Hou-chao, whose reign is marked with rampant corruption, dominance by the eunuchs, and internal strife.

Ozolua (the Conquerer) dies after a twenty-three-year reign as king of Benin (Nigeria). He expanded the size of his kingdom and traded with the Portuguese.

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