Andreas Düben
Rappin' about CERN's Large Hadron Collider! Links below... Apparently YouTube fixed the sound! Still, Will Barras made two options trying to get around the o...
Honoré II, Prince of Monaco
Honoré II (24 December 1597 – 10 January 1662) was Sovereign Prince of Monaco. He was the first to be called Prince, but started his reign as Lord of Monaco.He was the son of Hercule, Lord of Monaco (...
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Cornelis Jol
Cornelis Corneliszoon Jol (1597 – October 31, 1641), nicknamed Houtebeen ("pegleg"), was a 17th-Century Dutch corsair and admiral in the Dutch West India Company during the Eighty Years' War between S...
Alvise Contarini (diplomat)
Alvise Contarini (April 23, 1597 — March 11, 1651) was a patrician and diplomat of the Republic of Venice.
Born in Venice, Alvise Contarini entered the service of the Republic of Venice in 1618, a...
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Theodoor Rombouts
Theodoor Rombouts (2 July 1597 – 14 September 1637) was a Flemish painter who created Caravaggesque genre scenes depicting lively dramatic gatherings and religiously themed works.
Rombouts was bor...
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Charles Racquet
Charles Racquet (1597–1664) was a French organist and composer, best known for his monumental organ Fantaisie.He came from a large family of Parisian organists and himself was appointed organist of No...
Hannibal Baskerville
Hannibal Baskerville (1597–1668), was an English antiquary.Baskerville was the son of Sir Thomas Baskerville, a knight and commander of the English army in France, by Mary, daughter of Sir Thomas Thr...
Francesco Peretti di Montalto
Francesco Peretti di Montalto (1597 ‑ 4 May 1655) was an Italian Catholic Cardinal.Peretti was born to an Italian noble family. By birth he was to be the successor of his father; Prince of Venafro, Ve...
Charles Mellin
Charles Mellin (1597–1649) was a French painter of the Baroque era. Mellin was from Nancy, Lorraine, but spent his artistic career in Italy. In Italy, he was nicknamed Carlo Lorenese ("Charles the L...
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François Duquesnoy
François Duquesnoy or Frans Duquesnoy (January 12, 1597 – July 12, 1643) was a Flemish Baroque sculptor in Rome. His more idealized representations are often contrasted with the emotional character of...
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Thomas Hussey (MP for Whitchurch)
Thomas Hussey (1597 - December 1657) was an English merchant and politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1645 and 1657.Hussey was a citizen of London and a member of the W...
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Bernardino de Rebolledo
Bernardino de Rebolledo y Villamizar, Earl of Rebolledo & Gref of German Sacred Empire was a Spanish poet, soldier and diplomat (León, baptized May 31, 1597 - Madrid, March 27, 1676), and one of t...
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John Theyer
John Theyer (1597–1673) was an English royalist lawyer and writer, an antiquary and bibliophile.
He was the son of John Theyer (d. 1631), and grandson of Thomas Theyer of Brockworth, Gloucestershi...
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Roger Twysden
Sir Roger Twysden, 2nd Baronet (21 August 1597 – 27 June 1672), of Roydon Hall in Kent, was an English historian and politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1625 and 1640.<...
Giacomo Arrigoni
Giovanni Giacomo Arigoni also Arrigoni (1597-1675) was an Italian composer in Venice and later organist to Ferdinand II in Vienna.
Henri Arnauld
Henri Arnauld (1597–1692) was a French Catholic bishop.Arnauld was born in Paris, and was first destined for the Bar, but was taken to Rome by Cardinal Bentivoglio and during this absence, which...
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Virgilio Mazzocchi
Virgilio Mazzocchi (22 July 1597 bapt. – 3 October 1646) was an Italian baroque composer.He was born in Civita Castellana, the younger brother of Domenico Mazzocchi. Like his brother, who shared...
Charles Fairfax (antiquary)
Charles Fairfax (1597–1673) was an English antiquary and genealogist.
Fairfax was born at Denton, Yorkshire on 5 March 1597, and was the seventh and third surviving son of Sir Thomas (afterwards f...
Jean-Louis Guez de Balzac
Jean-Louis Guez de Balzac (31 May 1597 – 18 February 1654) was a French author, best known for his epistolary essays, which were widely circulated and read in his day. He was one of the founding membe...
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Thomas Herbert (seaman)
Thomas Herbert (1597–1642?) was a Welsh seaman and author.
Herbert was the sixth and posthumous son of Richard Herbert, Lord of Cherbury, by Magdalen, daughter of Sir Richard Newport, and brother ...
Íñigo Vélez de Guevara, 8th Count of Oñate
Íñigo Vélez de Guevara (1597–1658), 8th Count of Oñate [1] was a Spanish political figure.He was the son of Íñigo Vélez de Guevara, 7th Count of Oñate and Catalina Vélez. His younger brother was Beltr...
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John Philip, Duke of Saxe-Altenburg
Johann Philipp (Torgau, 25 January 1597 – Altenburg, 1 April 1639), was a duke of Saxe-Altenburg.He was the eldest (but fourth in order of birth) surviving son of Friedrich Wilhelm I, Duke of Sa...
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Jacob Jansz van Velsen
Jacob Jansz. van Velsen (1597, Delft – 1656, Amsterdam), was a Dutch Golden Age painter.
According to the RKD Jacob influenced Willem Cornelisz Duyster and is known for genre works and milit...
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Matthew Hutton (MP)
Matthew Hutton (20 October 1597 – 1666) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1626.Hutton was the son of Timothy Hutton of Marske, Yorkshire. He matriculated from Trini...
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Jacques de Létin
Jacques de Létin or Jacques Ninet de Letin (1597 in Troyes – 1661 in Troyes) was a French painter. He stayed in Rome from 1622 to 1626, where he was influenced by Caravaggio and became friends w...
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Jérôme le Royer de la Dauversière
Jérôme le Royer de la Dauversière (18 March 1597 – 6 November 1659) was a French nobleman who spent his life in serving the needs of the poor. A founder of the Société Notre-Dame de Montréal, he also ...
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John Francis Regis
Jean-François Régis, known as Saint John Francis Regis and St. Regis, (31 January 1597 – 30 December 1640), was a French priest of the Society of Jesus, recognized as a saint by the Roman Cathol...
Christopher Harvey (poet)
Christopher Harvey (1597–1663) was an English clergyman and poet.
The son of the Rev. Christopher Harvey of Bunbury, Cheshire and his wife Ellen (Helen), he came from a Puritan background, his fat...
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Sebastian Peregrin Zwyer
Sebastian Peregrin Zwyer (of Evibach) (1597 – February 15, 1661) was a Swiss military commander, mercenary entrepreneur, and one of the foremost politicians of the Old Swiss Confederacy in the s...
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John Tyrell (died 1676)
Sir John Tyrell (1597–1676) was an English landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1661 to 1676.Tyrell was the son of Thomas Tyrell of Ramseys, Buttsbury and his wife Marg...