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1511 Deaths: Diego de Nicuesa, Kemal Reis, Demetrius Chalcondyles, Oliviero Carafa, Francesco Adiosi, Henry, Duke of Cornwall

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Published September 16th 2011
ISBN : 9781155777320
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110 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Diego de Nicuesa, Hugh Denys, Kemal Reis, Demetrios Chalkokondyles, Oliviero Carafa, FrancescoMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Diego de Nicuesa, Hugh Denys, Kemal Reis, Demetrios Chalkokondyles, Oliviero Carafa, Francesco Adiosi, Ag eyban and Ag eyban II, Henry, Duke of Cornwall, Johannes Tinctoris, Yusuf Adil Shah, Matthias Ringmann, Jeanne de Bourbon, Duchess of Bourbon, Anne of York, Countess of Surrey, Pedro Luis de Borja Lanzol de Roman, Yoshida Kanetomo, Francisco de Borja, Ashikaga Yoshizumi, Mahmud Begada, Alexander I of Kakheti, Diego Salcedo, Eric Bielke, Giles Brugge, 6th Baron Chandos, Andrew Barton, Philip I de Cro, William IV, Duke of J lich-Berg, Charles dAmboise, Hadim Ali Pasha, Gertruid Bolwater, William Courtenay, 1st Earl of Devon, Marcantonio della Torre, Johannes Knolleisen, Sulaiman, Raimo Epifanio Tesauro, Jinbo Nagatsuna, Sim n de Colonia, Jinbo Nagakiyo. Excerpt: Hugh Denys (c.1440 - 1511) was a courtier of Kings Henry VII and of the young Henry VIII. As Groom of the Stool to Henry VII, he was one of the Kings closest courtiers, his role developing into one of administering the Privy Chamber, a department in control of the royal finances which during Denyss tenure of office also gained control over national fiscal policy. Denys was thus a vital player in facilitating the first Tudor kings controversial fiscal policies. 1506 monumental brass in Olveston Church depicting father & elder half-brother of Hugh Denys. Dexter(viewers left) Maurice Denys (d.1466), father. sinister, his son & heir Sir Walter Denys (d.1505). The Denys armourials are shown in the first quarter.Denys was probably born at Olveston Court, Gloucestershire, c.1440, the second son of Maurice Denys(d.1466), Lord of the Manor of Alveston and Earthcott Green, Gloucestershire. His mother was Maurices 2nd. wife, Alice Poyntz, daughter of Nicholas Poyntz of Iron Acton, Gloucestershire. The Denys family, formerly of Waterton, Bridgend in Coity Lo...