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Dr Who

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From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Decades

15th century Timeline 17th century

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The 16th century was a century which lasted from 1501 to 1600.

Contents

Events

1519
  • The Caeliar city with Erika Hernandez and three of her fellow officers in lands in this year after the devastating events that lead to the destruction of the planet Erigol in 2168.[1]
1570
1574
  • Erika Hernandez is, on her own wish, infused with Caeliar catoms. Following that, she is able to link with the gestalt, although she hides this ability from the Caeliar and tries to learn as much as possible instead. After waiting for 600 years and finally back in her own time, she makes several attempts to flee New Erigol, but never succeeds.
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Births and Deaths

1573
1574

References and Notes

  1. ST - Destiny novel: Mere Mortals

Stories

Title Series Date Media Notes Image
Destiny

Gods of Night

Chapter 20, sections 16 & 17
Star Trek 1519 novel Sections after time travel back 650 years, 7 months, 8 days and 11 hours back from 2168
Destiny

Mere Mortals

Chapters 2 & 6
Star Trek 1519 novel Follows shortly after preceding events in Gods of Night
Destiny

Mere Mortals

Chapter 9
Star Trek 1525-1575 novel
The Long Night

Prologue
Deep Space Nine 1571 novel
Destiny

Mere Mortals

Chapter 12 & Chapter 15, sections 1 & 2
Star Trek 1574 novel
Strange New Worlds III

If I Lose Thee...

London sections
The Original Series 1594 short story

Connections


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