1520s

The 1520s decade ran from January 1, 1520, to December 31, 1529.

Events

1520

1521

Neacșu's letter, the oldest surviving document written in Romanian has the oldest appearance of the word "Rumanian"

1522

1523

1524

1525

1526

1527

1528


1529

Births

1520

1521

1522

1523

1524

1525

1526

1527

1528

1529

Deaths

1520

1521

1522

1523

1524

1525

1526

1527

1528

1529

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