Died in 1522

Feb 25 William Lily (grammarian) an English classical grammarian and scholar. He was an author of the most widely used Latin grammar textbook in England and was the first headmaster of St Paul's School, London
Apr 10 Francesco Cattani da Diacceto a Florentine Neoplatonist philosopher of the Italian Renaissance.
Apr 12 Piero di Cosimo an Italian Renaissance painter.
Jun 13 Piero Soderini an Italian statesman of the Republic of Florence.
Jun 25 Franchinus Gaffurius an Italian music theorist and composer of the Renaissance. He was an almost exact contemporary of Josquin des Prez and Leonardo da Vinci, both of whom were his personal friends. He was one of the most famous musicians in Italy in the late 15th and early 16th centuries
Jun 30 Johann Reuchlin a German-born humanist and a scholar of Greek and Hebrew, whose work also took him to modern-day France, Austria, Switzerland, Italy. Most of Reuchlin's career was around advancing German knowledge of Greek and Hebrew
Jul 5 Antonio de Nebrija a Spanish Renaissance scholar. He was a teacher, historian, poet and astronomer, best known for writing a grammar of the Castilian language. His grammar is often credited as the first published grammar of a Romance language and set the standard for subsequent modern Spanish language grammars
Oct 1 Matthäus Schiner a bishop of Sion, Cardinal, and diplomat. He was a military commander in several battles in northern Italy
Oct 30 Jean Mouton a French composer of the Renaissance. He was famous both for his motets, which are among the most refined of the time, and for being the teacher of Adrian Willaert, one of the founders of the Venetian School
Nov 14 Anne of France the eldest daughter of Louis XI of France and his second wife, Charlotte of Savoy. Anne was the sister of King Charles VIII of France, for whom she acted as regent during his minority; and of Joan of France, who was briefly queen consort to Louis XII. As regent of France, Anne was one of the most powerful women of the late fifteenth century and was referred to as "Madame la Grande"