Treaty of Asurar Ali
The Treaty of Asurar Ali (early February 1639) was signed between the Mughal faujdar Allah Yar Khan and the Ahom commander Momai Tamuli Borbarua. The treaty came at the end of a period of Mughal effor...
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Self-portrait (Rubens, 1638-1639)
The Self-portrait is an oil on canvas by Rubens measuring 109.5 cm by 85 cm and dating to between 1638 and 1639. It is now in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. It is a courtly portrait...
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Village Fête
Village Fête (or in Fr. La Fête villageoise) is an oil-on-canvas by French artist of the Baroque Claude Lorrain (real name Claude Gellée), painted in 1639 and given to Louis XIV in 1693 together with ...
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1639 in literature
The year 1639 in literature involved some significant events.
The Gentleman of Venice
The Gentleman of Venice is a Caroline era stage play, a tragicomedy written by James Shirley, and first published in 1655.The play was licensed for performance in London by Sir Henry Herbert, the Mast...
The Three Graces (Rubens)
The Three Graces is a 1639 oil painting of the Three Graces by Rubens.The painting was held in the personal collection of the artist until his death, then in 1666 it went to the Royal Alcazar of Madri...
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De Usu Flagrorum
Tractus de usu flagrorum in re Medica et Veneria is a 1639 treatise by Ioannes Henricus Meibomius (1590–1655). The English title is A Treatise on the Use of Flogging in Medicine and Venery. It w...
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Treaty of Berwick (1639)
The Treaty of Berwick (also known as the Peace of Berwick or the Pacification of Berwick) was signed on 18 June 1639 between England and Scotland. Archibald Johnston was involved in the negotiations b...
Cinna (play)
Cinna ou la Clémence d'Auguste (English: Cinna or the clemency of Caesar Augustus) is a tragedy by Pierre Corneille written for the Théâtre du Marais in 1639. It takes place in ancient Rome, but ...
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Allegory of Divine Providence and Barberini Power (Cortona)
The Allegory of Divine Providence and Barberini Power is a fresco by Italian painter Pietro da Cortona, filling the large ceiling of the grand salon of the Palazzo Barberini in Rome, Italy. Begun in ...
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The Rape of Europa (Reni)
The Rape of Europa is a painting commissioned by Władysław IV Vasa from the Italian artist Guido Reni, completed between 1637 and 1639 and showing the abduction of Europa by Zeus in the form of a bull...
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The Lady with a Fan (Velázquez)
The Lady with a Fan is an oil painting by the Spanish court painter Diego Velázquez. It depicts a woman wearing a black lace veil on her head and a dark dress with a low-cut bodice. On the basis of it...
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Portrait of Queen Henrietta Maria, as St Catherine
Portrait of Queen Henrietta Maria, as St Catherine is a painting by Sir Anthony van Dyck.
The portrait of Queen Henrietta Maria, as St. Catherine of Alexandria was painted by van Dyck around 1639....
Treaty of Zuhab
The Treaty of Zuhab (Persian:قصرشیرین, also called Treaty of Qasr-e Shirin (Treaty of Kasr-ı Şirin)) was an accord signed between Safavid Empire and the Ottoman Empire on May 17, 1639. The accord ende...
The Fatal Contract
The Fatal Contract: A French Tragedy is a Caroline era stage play, written by William Heminges. The play has been regarded as one of the most extreme of the revenge tragedies or "tragedies of blood," ...
Le nozze di Teti e di Peleo
Le nozze di Teti e di Peleo is an opera by Francesco Cavalli - specifically, an opera scenica or festa teatrale. The work, set to a libretto by Orazio Persiani, was Cavalli's first opera, and was firs...
The Jester Calabacillas
The Jester Calabacillas is a portrait by Velázquez of Don Juan Martín Martín, "Juan de Calabazas" or "El Búfón Calabacillas", a jester at the court of Philip IV of Spain, sometimes known by the nickna...
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Saint Patrick for Ireland
Saint Patrick for Ireland is a Caroline era stage play, written by James Shirley and first published in 1640. It is notable as an early development in Irish theatre.The play was written and performed ...
Stephen Daye
Stephen Daye, Sr. (c.1594 – December 22, 1668) was the first British North American printer.
Daye was born in Sutton, Surrey London, and emigrated on June 7, 1638 to Cambridge Massachusetts on bo...
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Sant Pau de Fontclara
Sant Pau de Fontclara is a parish church and former Benedictine monastery in the village of Fontclara, Palau-sator, Girona Province, Catalonia, Spain. It was formerly dependent on Lagrasse Abbey.
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