Died in 1508

Feb 4 Conrad Celtes a German Renaissance humanist scholar and Neo-Latin poet.
Feb 15 Giovanni II Bentivoglio an Italian nobleman who ruled as tyrant of Bologna from 1463 until 1506. He had no formal position, but held power as the city's "first citizen." The Bentivoglio family ruled over Bologna from 1443, and repeatedly attempted to consolidate their hold of the Signoria of the city
Mar 18 Albert IV Duke of Bavaria from 1467 Duke of Bavaria-Munich, from 1503 Duke of the reunited Bavaria.
Apr 10 Guidobaldo da Montefeltro an Italian condottiero and the Duke of Urbino from 1482 to 1508.
May 7 Nilus of Sora a leader of the Russian medieval movement opposing ecclesiastic landownership. Nil Sorsky is venerated as a saint in the Russian Orthodox Church. His feast day is on the anniversary of his repose on May 7
May 27 Lucrezia Crivelli a mistress of Ludovico Sforza, il Moro, Duke of Milan. She was the mother of Sforza's son, Giovanni Paolo I Sforza, Marquess of Caravaggio. Crivelli has been thought to be the subject of Leonardo da Vinci's painting, La belle ferronnière
May 27 Ludovico Sforza Duke of Milan from 1489 until 1500. A member of the Sforza family, he was the second son of Francesco I Sforza. He was famed as a patron of Leonardo da Vinci and other artists, and presided over the final and most productive stage of the Milanese Renaissance. He is probably best known as the man who commissioned The Last Supper
Jun 6 Ercole Strozzi an Italian poet, the son of Tito Vespasiano Strozzi. He was a friend of Lucrezia Borgia, and was murdered in Ferrara
Sep 23 Beatrice of Naples the daughter of Ferdinand I of Naples and Isabella of Clermont. She was twice Queen of Hungary and of Bohemia, having married both Matthias Corvinus and Vladislaus II
Dec 10 René II Duke of Lorraine Count of Vaudémont from 1470, Duke of Lorraine from 1473, and Duke of Bar from 1483 to 1508. He claimed the crown of the Kingdom of Naples and the County of Provence as the Duke of Calabria 1480–1493 and as King of Naples and Jerusalem 1493–1508. He succeeded his uncle John of Vaudémont as Count of Harcourt in 1473, exchanging it for the county of Aumale in 1495. He succeeded as Count of Guise in 1504