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

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Cuauhtemoc becomes the last emperor of the Aztecs, but is hanged in 1522 by Cortes.

Sultan Suyeiman the Magnificent, son of Selim I, begins his reign. Under his rule the Ottoman Empire will reach its height of power, becoming a dominant power in the region. He promotes learning, sponsors reforms, and builds many public works.

Babur invades northern India.

Photisarath becomes ruler of Lan Chang (Laos), builds monasteries and temples, and promotes Buddhism. He rules until 1547.

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