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...
Henry Lawes
A Dialogue Upon a Kiss by Henry Lawes. Francine van der Heijden - soprano. Sytse Buwalda - counter tenor. David van Ooijen - lute. www.davidvanooijen.nl It's...
Marco Marazzoli
Vincent Dumestre interprète Marco Marazzoli - Le Poème Harmonique.
Kazimierz Żeromski
Kazimierz Chwalibów Żeromski (died 1662) was Pułkownik of Lithuanian forces during the Battle of Kushliki, where he defeated the first assault of Prince Ivan Andreyevich Khovansky.
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Sir Francis Drake, 2nd Baronet
Sir Francis Drake, 2nd Baronet (25 September 1617 – 6 January 1662) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons variously between 1646 and 1662. He was a Colonel of the Horse,...
Margaretha van Mechelen
Margaretha van Mechelen (circa 1580, Lier – 17 May 1662, The Hague) was a South Dutch noblewoman and (from c.1600 to c.1610) the mistress of Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange, with whom she had 3 so...
John Donne the Younger
John Donne the Younger (1604-1662), was an English clergyman and writer.
John Donne the Younger was the son of the poet John Donne, born about May 1604. He was educated at Westminster School and ...
Sir Thomas Cotton, 2nd Baronet
Sir Thomas Cotton, 2nd Baronet, of Connington (1594 – 16 May 1662) was an English politician and heir to the Cottonian Library.
He was the only surviving child of Sir Robert Cotton, 1st Baronet, o...
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Robert Baillie
Robert Baillie (30 April 1602 – 1662) was a Scottish divine and historical writer.
Baillie was born at Glasgow, the son of Baillie of Jerviston. Having graduated there in 1620, he gave himself to ...
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Zaya Pandita
Zaya Pandita or Namkhaijamts (1599–1662) was a Buddhist missionary priest and scholar of Oirat origin who is the most prominent Oirat Buddhist scholar.
Zaya Pandita was the fifth son of Babakhan, ...
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Sulaiman Shikoh
Shahzada Sulaiman Shikoh (15 March 1635 – May 1662) also known as Sulaiman Shukoh, was the eldest son of Mughal prince Dara Shikoh.
14 April 1654, He married Anup Kanwar, daughter of Amar Singh of...
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Henry Jeanes
Henry Jeanes (1611–1662) was an English clergyman and puritan controversialist.
He was son of Christopher Jeanes of Kingston, Somerset, born at Allansay. He became in 1626 a commoner of New Inn Ha...
Daniel O'Daly
Daniel O'Daly (1595 – 30 June 1662), also known as Dominic Ó Dálaigh and Dominic de Rosario, was an Irish diplomat and historian.
He was born in Kerry, Ireland; on his mother's side he belonged to...
Simon Ives
Simon Ives (sometimes spelled Yves) (1600 - 1662) was an English composer and organist who was active in the court of Charles I of England. He composed many pastoral dialogues, partsongs, glees, and w...
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William Pynchon
William Pynchon (October 11, 1590 – October 29, 1662) was an English colonist and fur trader in North America best known as the founder of Springfield, Massachusetts, USA. He was also a colonial...
Sir George Morton, 1st Baronet
Sir George Morton, 1st Baronet (died 1662) was an English landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1626.Morton was the son of Sir George Morton of Milbourne St Andrew, Dorset and hi...
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William Master
Sir William Master (1600–1662) was an English politician.
William Master was born in 1600 in Gloucestershire, England, the son of George Master and Bridget Cornwall, daughter and heiress of John C...
Robert Douglas, Count of Skenninge
Robert Douglas (17 March 1611 in Standingstone Estate, by Traprain Law, East Lothian – 28 May 1662 in Stockholm), Count of Skenninge, Baron of Skalby, was a Scottish cavalry general during the Thirty ...
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Ferdinand Charles, Archduke of Austria
Ferdinand Charles (17 May 1628 – 30 December 1662) was the Archduke of Further Austria, including the Tyrol, from 1646 to 1662.As the son of Archduke Leopold V and Claudia de' Medici, he succeeded his...
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Joris Jansen Rapelje
Joris Jansen Rapelje (28 April 1604 – 21 February 1662/63) was a member of the Council of Twelve Men in the Dutch West India Company colony of New Netherland. He and his wife Catalina (Catalyntje) Tr...
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Mikołaj Jerzy Czartoryski
Mikołaj Jerzy Czartoryski (1603-1662) of Czartoryski coat of arms was a Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth noble and politician. Member of the Czartoryski family. Castellan of Wołyń (Volhyia) from 1633. V...
László Listi
Count László Listi de Köpcsény et Jánosháza (List, Listi, Listh, Listhy, Liszti, Liszty, Listius; 1628 – February 16, 1662) was a Hungarian poet and criminal, who was executed for counterfeiting coins...
Sir William Ayloffe, 3rd Baronet
Sir William Ayloffe, 3rd Baronet (3 December 1618 – 1675) was an officer in the Royalist army during the English Civil War.
William was the eldest son of Sir Benjamin Ayloffe and his second wife, ...
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Edward Martin (Queens')
Edward Martin, D.D. (died 1662) was an English clergyman, ejected President of Queens' College, Cambridge, and at the end of his life Dean of Ely.
A native of Cambridgeshire, he matriculated in th...
Ignace Cotolendi
Ignace Cotolendi, MEP (23 March 1630 – 16 August 1662) was a French bishop. He was a founding member of the Paris Foreign Missions Society and became a missionary in Asia.
Born in Brignoles, Var, ...
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Thomas Gardiner (Royalist)
Thomas Gardiner (1591–1652) was an English lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1640. He supported the Royalist cause in the English Civil War.Gardiner was called to the bar ar Inn...
Camilla Faà
Camilla Faà di Bruno, also da Casale, also Camilla Faà Gonzaga (c. 1599 – 14 July 1662) was an Italian noblewoman who was married secretly, briefly and morganatically to Ferdinando the Gonzaga D...
John Hewson (regicide)
Colonel John Hewson (Hughson) (died 1662) was a soldier in the New Model Army and signed the death warrant of King Charles I, making him a regicide.
When John Lilburne was his apprentice in the 16...
Pietro Castelli
Pietro Castelli (1574–1662) was an Italian physician and botanist.Born at Rome, he was graduated in 1617 and studied under the botanist Andrea Cesalpino (1519–1603). He was professor at Rome from 1597...
Pierre de Boissat
Pierre de Boissat (1603 in Vienne, Isère – 28 March 1662) was a soldier, writer, poet and translator.Knight and Count Palatine, Boissat began his career in the military. He was one of the first ...