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

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Murad III, the son of Selim II, becomes the sultan of the Ottomans.

Ram Das becomes the fourth Sikh Guru and founds Amritsar (in Punjab, India).

Hindu poet Tulsidas writes Ramcaritmanas (Lake of the Acts of Rama), one of the greatest Hindi literary works.

The Spanish are pushed out of Tunis by the Turks. While the Spanish are losing in Tunis, they are establishing a settlement in Angola.

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