Jean-Nicolas Geoffroy
clavecin: Duemusici (jin Kamei) Jean-Nicolas Geoffroy (1633 11 March 1694) was a French harpsichordist and organist. His birthplace is unknown; he died in Pe...
Giordano Vitale
Giordano Vitale or Vitale Giordano (October 15, 1633 – November 3, 1711) was an Italian mathematician. He is best known for his theorem on Saccheri quadrilaterals. He is also referred to as Vita...
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Qazi Sa’id Qumi
Qazi Sa’id Qumi (1633–1692) was an Iranian Muslim philosopher.In Isfahan he was the pupil of Rajab Ali Tabrizi, Muhsen Feyz and Abd al-Razzaq Lahiji. Thus, after the Persian treatise Kalid-i bihisht (...
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Descendants of James II of England
The Jacobite succession is the line through which the crown in pretence of England and Scotland and Ireland (France also claimed) has descended since the flight of James II & VII from London at th...
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Sebastian Knüpfer
Sebastian Knüpfer (6 September 1633 – 10 October 1676) was a German composer. He was the cantor of the Thomanerchor in Leipzig from 1657 to 1676, and director of the city’s music.
Most of the biog...
Miron Costin
Miron Costin (March 30, 1633 – 1691, Roman) was a Moldavian (Romanian) political figure and chronicler. His main work, Letopiseţul Ţărâi Moldovei [de la Aron Vodă încoace] (The Chronicles of the land ...
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Julien Loriot
Julien Loriot, Cong.Orat. (1633–19 February 1715), was a French priest of the Oratory of Saint Philip Neri and theologian.Loriot was born in the town of Laval, then in the ancient province of Maine. I...
Joseph Williamson (politician)
Sir Joseph Williamson, PRS (25 July 1633 – 3 October 1701) was an English civil servant, diplomat and politician who sat in the House of Commons of England variously between 1665 and 1701 and in the I...
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Josiah Standish
Capt. Josiah Standish, son of Capt. Myles Standish, was born abt 1633 in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts. He died on 19 March 1690 in Preston, New London County, Connecticut. A Captain in the Plymouth...
William Annand (priest)
William Annand (1633 – 13 June 1689) was Dean of Edinburgh, Scotland.
William Annand was born in Ayr, Scotland. He was the son of William Annand, minister of Ayr, and Margaret Lindsay. He was educ...
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Alessandro Marchetti (mathematician)
Alessandro Marchetti (17 March 1633 – 6 September 1714) was an Italian mathematician, noted for criticizing some conclusions of Guido Grandi, a student of Giovanni Alfonso Borelli who was influenced ...
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Nathaniel Crew, 3rd Baron Crew
Nathaniel Crew, 3rd Baron Crew (31 January 1633–1 November 1721) was Bishop of Oxford from 1671 to 1674, then Bishop of Durham from 1674 to 1721. As such he was one of the longest serving bishops of t...
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Robert Mylne (mason)
Robert Mylne (1633 – 10 December 1710) was a Scottish stonemason and architect. A descendant of the Mylne family of masons and builders, Robert was the last Master Mason to the Crown of Scotland...
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John Wagstaffe
John Wagstaffe (1633–1677) was an English writer on witchcraft.
Wagstaffe, born in Cheapside in 1633, was the son of John Wagstaffe of London. He was educated at St. Paul's School, and was Pauline...
Edward Coxere
Edward Coxere (1633–1694) was a Kentish merchant seaman, linguist, Quaker convert and autobiographer.His manuscript autobiography surfaced in 1943 and was edited by E. H. W. Meyerstein and published b...
Johann Heinrich Heidegger
Johann Heinrich Heidegger (July 1, 1633 – July 18, 1698), Swiss theologian, was born at Bäretswil, in the Canton of Zürich.He studied at Marburg and at Heidelberg, where he became the friend of J. L. ...
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Stephan Farffler
Stephan Farffler (1633 – October 24, 1689) was a Nuremberg watchmaker of the seventeenth century whose invention of a manumotive carriage in 1655 is widely considered to have been the first self-prop...
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Willem van de Velde the Younger
Willem van de Velde the Younger (bapt. 18 December 1633; died 6 April 1707) was a Dutch marine painter.
Willem van de Velde was baptised on 18 December 1633 in Leiden, Holland, Dutch Republic.A so...
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Claude Lefèbvre
Claude Lefèbvre (12 September 1632 (baptised) - 25 April 1675) was a French painter and engraver.
Lefèbvre was born at Fontainebleau, the son of the painter Jean Lefèbvre (1600–1675), and became a...
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Canutus Hahn
Canutus Hahn (1633-1687) was a Swedish clergyman who served as bishop of Lund 1680-1687.Hahn was born on 13 November 1633 in Skye in Uråsa parish (Kronoberg County), son of a farmer Abraham Knutsson H...
Johannes Leemans
Johannes Leemans (1633, The Hague – 1688, The Hague), was a Dutch Golden Age painter.
According to Houbraken, who did not specify which brother he meant, he made a profitable living making t...
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Edmund Thomas (Parliamentarian)
Edmund Thomas (1633 - 1677) was a Welsh politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1654 and 1656 and sat in Cromwell's Upper House. He supported the Parliamentary cause during the English Civil Wa...
Jan de Baen
Jan de Baen (20 February 1633 – 1702) was a Dutch portrait painter who lived during the Dutch Golden Age. He was a pupil of the painter Jacob Adriaensz Backer in Amsterdam from 1645 to 1648. He worked...
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Willem Drost
Willem Drost (baptized 19 April 1633 – buried 25 February 1659) was a Dutch Golden Age painter and printmaker of history paintings and portraits who died young, at the age of 25.
He is a mysteriou...
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Thomas Bulkeley (died 1708)
Thomas Bulkeley (c. 1633–1708), of Dinas, Caernarvonshire, was a Welsh politician.
Bulkeley was the fourth son of Thomas Bulkeley, 1st Viscount Bulkeley and Blanche Coytmore. He married Jane...
Gustav Adolph, Duke of Mecklenburg-Güstrow
Gustav Adolph, Duke of Mecklenburg [-Güstrow] (26 February 1633 – 6 October 1695) was the last ruler of Mecklenburg-Güstrow from 1636 until his death and last Lutheran Administrator of the Prince-Bish...
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Anna Gyllander
Anna Gyllander, (born 1633 – floruit 1659), was a Swedish imposter, who during the reign of King Charles X of Sweden, presented herself to be the abdicated queen Christina of Sweden.In 1659, rumours r...
Drury Wray
Sir Drury Wray (1633–1710), was the 9th Wray Baronet, and third son of Sir Christopher Wray (1601–1646), by his wife Albinia Cecil, born on 29 July 1633.
Wray obtained in 1674 grants of land in th...
John Hall (bishop)
John Hall (1633–1710) was an English churchman and academic, Master of Pembroke College, Oxford, and Bishop of Bristol. He was known as the last of the English bishops to hold to traditional Puritan v...
Theodoor Aenvanck
Theodoor Aenvanck or Theodor Aenvanck (name variations: Théodoor van Aenvanck, Theodor van Aenvanck, Theodor Aenvalck) (1633, Antwerp – 1690, Antwerp (?)) was a Flemish Baroque painter. He is k...
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