1536 in History
January 17 Francois Rabelais absolved of apostasy by Pope Paul III
February 2 Pedro de Mendoza finds Argentine city of Buenos Aires
February 18 France and Turkey sign milt/trade agreement against King Karel
April 14 English king Henry VIII expropriate minor monasteries
May 2 King Henry VIII accused Anna Boleyn of adultery and incest
May 6 King Henry VIII, orders bible be placed in every church
May 15 Anna Boleyn and Lord Rochford accused of adultery/incest
May 17 Anne Boleyns 4 "lovers" executed
May 23 Pope Paul III installs Portugese inquisition
May 30 English king Henry VIII marries Jane Seymour
June 6 Mexico begins it's inquisition
July 9 French navigator Jacques Cartier returns to Saint-Malo from Canada
July 18 Pope's authority declared void in England
September 8 Earl of Nassau disbands siege of Peronne
October 20 Danish/Norw king Christian III leads reform in Catholic possessions
December 22 English scholar Reginald Pole appointed cardinal