So for something different, let’s take a look at 15th Century Literature.
In 1403 the Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers is founded and continues to this day to be a Livery Company.
1403-1408 the Yongle Encyclopedia is written in China.
In 1424 the First French Royal Library is transferred by the English Regent of France, John of Lancaster, First Duke of Bedford, to England.
1425. The First Guildhall Library is established in the City of London under the will of Richard Whittington.
1448 Pope Nicholas V founds the Vatican Library in Rome.
1451 A Manuscript of Dantes Divine Comedy is sold in London.
1453 Pageant of Coriolan staged in the piazza of Milan Cathedral
1453 French Poet Francois Villon implicated in a murder
1463 Francois Villon reprieved from hanging but was never heard of again.
1473 First book printed in Hungary
1488 Duke Humfreys Library at the University of Oxford receives it first books.
1490 Chinese Scholar Hua Sui invents bronze metal moveable type printing in China.
1499 Contents of the Library of the Library of the Madrasah of Granada are publicly burned.
As you can imagine, these are only a tiny amount of the things that have happened but I have certainly learned something especially about Number 1.