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

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The Ottomans capture Cyprus.

A fleet of more than two hundred ships, under the command of Don John of Austria, defeats a Turkish fleet, commanded by Ali Pasha at Lepanto.

Safavid philosopher-author Mullah Sadra is born; he will lead the Iranian cultural renaissance into the early seventeenth century.

Idris Alooma, progenitor of what becomes the Sefawa Dynasty of Kanem Borno in northern Nigeria, around Lake Chad, begins his reign, which lasts until his death in 1603. It will become the most fully Islamic state in West Africa.

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