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Nacimientos. Categoría principal: Nacidos en 1612. 15 de febrero: Paul de Chomedey, explorador francés, fundador de Montreal. 22 de febrero: George Digby, político y dramaturgo inglés. 16 de junio: Murad IV, sultán del Imperio otomano ( 1623 - 1640 ). Simón Contarini, artista italiano. Luis Le Vau, arquitecto francés.
1612 (en ruso: 1612: Хроники смутного времени, 1612: Jróniki smútnogo vrémeni) es una película histórico-fantástica rusa sobre el Período Tumultuoso y la Guerra polaco-rusa (1605-1618). Dirigida por Vladímir Jotinenko y producida por Nikita Mijalkov, la película fue estrenada el 1 de noviembre de 2007 para ...
1. January 6 – Axel Oxenstierna becomes Lord High Chancellor of Sweden. He persuades the Riksdag of the Estates to grant the Swedish nobilitythe right and privilege to hold all higher offices of government. 2. January 20 – Matthias becomes Holy Roman Emperor, upon the death of Rudolf II. 3. January 20–November 4 – An uprising in Moscow expels Polishtroops. 4. March 2 – False Dmitry III is recognised as tsar by the Cossacks. 5. April 11 – Edward Wightman, a radical Anabaptist, is the last pers...
1. July 22 – Four women and one man are hanged, following the Northamptonshire witch trials in Northampton, England. 2. August 20 – Ten Pendle witches are hanged, having been found guilty of practising witchcraft in Lancashire, England. 3. August 26 – Battle of Kringen: A Scottish mercenary force is destroyed in Norway. 4. November 29 – Battle of Swally, in which the English fleet beat the Portuguese 5. November 29 – The Treaty of Nasuh Pasha is signed, between the Ottoman Empire and the Safa...
1. Jamestown: John Rolfe exports the first crop of improved tobacco (seeds from Trinidad). 2. The Nagoya Castle is completed in Japan. 3. The Okamoto Daihachi incidentin Japan. 4. Thomas Shelton's English translation of the first half of Don Quixoteis published. It is the first translation of the Spanish novel into any language.
1. January 17 – Thomas Fairfax, English Civil War general (d. 1671) 2. January 21 – Henry Casimir I of Nassau-Dietz, Stadtholder of Groningen, Friesland and Drenthe (d. 1640) 3. January 22 – Daniel Zwicker, German physician (d. 1678) 4. January 23 – George FitzGerald, 16th Earl of Kildare, Irish earl (d. 1660) 5. February 1 – William West, English politician (d. 1670) 6. February 2 – Thomas Wentworth, 5th Baron Wentworth, English baron and politician (d. 1665) 7. February 4 – Arthur Spry, Eng...
1. April 6 – James Stewart, 1st Duke of Richmond (d. 1655) 2. April 10 – Francesco Lorenzo Brancati di Lauria, Italian Catholic cardinal (d. 1693) 3. April 12 – Simone Cantarini, Italian painter and engraver (d. 1648) 4. April 28 – Odoardo Farnese, Duke of Parma and Piacenza from 1622 to 1646 (d. 1646) 5. May 6 – François-Joseph Bressani, Italian missionary (d. 1672) 6. May 10 – Francesco Palliola, Italian Servant of God (d. 1648) 7. May 12 – Laurence Womock, English Bishop of St David's (d....
1. July 23 – Christian Lupus, Flemish historian (d. 1681) 2. July 27 – Murad IV, Ottoman Sultan (d. 1640) 3. August 2 – Saskia van Uylenburgh, wife of painter Rembrandt van Rijn (d. 1642) 4. August 10 – Charles de Grimaldi-Régusse, French aristocrat (d. 1687) 5. August 12 – Allart Pieter van Jongestall, Dutch jurist, politician, and diplomat (d. 1676) 6. August 17 – Jeremi Wiśniowiecki, Polish nobleman (d. 1651) 7. August 23 – Francis Lascelles, English politician (d. 1667) 8. August 28 – Mar...
1. January 4 – Hendrik Laurenszoon Spiegel, Dutch writer (b. 1549) 2. January 9 – Leonard Holliday, Lord Mayor of London, 1605-1606 (b. 1550) 3. January 11 – Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, fifth sultan of the Qutb Shahi Dynasty of Golkonda; founded the city of Hyderabad (b. 1565) 4. January 12 – Charles III de Croÿ, Belgian noble (b. 1560) 5. January 13 – Jane Dormer, English lady-in-waiting to Mary I (b. 1538) 6. January 20 – Rudolf II, Holy Roman Emperor, Austrian Habsburg ruler (b. 1552) 7. Febr...
1. April 5 – Diana Scultori, Italian engraver 2. April 8 – Anne Catherine of Brandenburg (b. 1575) 3. April 11 3.1. Emanuel van Meteren, Flemish historian (b. 1535) 3.2. Edward Wightman, English Baptist preacher (burned at the stake) (b. 1580) 4. April 19 – Anne d'Escars de Givry, French Catholic cardinal (b. 1546) 5. April 21 – David van Goorle, theologian and theoretical scientist (b. 1591) 6. May – False Dmitry III, pretender to the Russian throne (secretly executed) 7. May 19 – Gregorio P...
1. July 16 – Leonardo Donato, Doge of Venice (b. 1536) 2. July 24 2.1. Ottavio Mirto Frangipani, Italian bishop and papal diplomat (b. 1544) 2.2. John Salusbury, Welsh politician (b. 1567) 3. July 29 – Jacques Bongars, French scholar and diplomat (b. 1554) 4. August 3 – John Bond, English politician and classicist (b. 1550) 5. August 4 – Hugh Broughton, English scholar (b. 1549) 6. August 9 – Philipp Ludwig II, Count of Hanau-Münzenberg (1580–1612) (b. 1576) 7. August 12 – Giovanni Gabrieli,...
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2007 Russian film 1612 Promotional poster Directed byVladimir Khotinenko Written byArif Aliyev Produced byNikita Mikhalkov StarringMichał Żebrowski Pyotr Kislov Mikhail Porechenkov Violeta Davydovskaya Ramón Langa Artur Smolyaninov Marat Basharov Release date 1 November 2007 CountryRussia LanguagesRussian Polish Spanish Italian Dutch Budget$12,000,000 1612 is a 2007 Russian epic historical drama film about the 17th century Time of Troubles and the Polish–Muscovite War with the Polish...
The film is set in Russia during the Time of Troubles, a period of civil disorder, famine and Polish invasion that followed the fall of the Rurik dynasty, which had ruled Russia in various capacities from 862 to 1598. The protagonist, Andrey, had been a servant at Tsar Boris Godunov's court while he was a boy, where he became the sole witness to the murder of the Tsar's family by the order of plotting boyars. Andrey is then sold to slavery. Now, seven years later, he is bought by a Spanish merce
The film is based on historical events and includes some fictional elements. According to the anti-Putin opposition coalition The Other Russia, "most of the history has been diluted beyond recognition". The movie takes artistic freedom with real events. In the film, Polish troops are thrown back from Moscow, but they actually held the city for two years. Also, Kuzma Minin and Dmitry Pozharsky, who were instrumental in organizing the popular uprising that led to the expulsion of Polish-Lithuanian
Critics of the Kremlin have compared it to Soviet propaganda. Questions were raised about the alleged anti-Polonism of the movie, but the film's director, interviewed in the Polish as well as Russian press, stressed that the movie was in no way intended to defame Poles. The director, Vladimir Khotinenko, claimed it was made for entertainment purposes as well as to raise awareness of the new holiday among the general public. International as well as Russian critics suggest that the movie, which w
Categoría:1612. Temas, acontecimientos y noticias relacionados con el año 1612 . Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre el año 1612. Wikisource contiene obras originales sobre el año 1612.
January 6 – Ben Jonson's masque Love Restoredis performed.January 12 – The King's Men and Queen Anne's Men unite for the first of two English Court performances in January, with Thomas Heywood's The Silver AgeFebruary 2 – Queen Anne's Men return to court to play Greene's Tu Quoque.George Chapman – The Widow's TearspublishedRobert Daborne – A Christian Turn'd TurkpublishedNathan Field – A Woman is a WeathercockpublishedBen Jonson – Love Restored (masque)Michael Drayton – Poly-OlbionExpanded edition of The Passionate PilgrimGeorge Wither – Elegy on the death of Henry Frederick, Prince of WalesFebruary 6 – Antoine Arnauld, French theologian and philosopher (died 1694)February 7 – Thomas Killigrew, English dramatist (died 1683)February 8 – Samuel Butler, English poet and satirist (died 1680)February 28 – John Pearson, English theologian and scholar (died 1686)February – John Gerard (John Gerarde), English botanist and author of herbal(born c. 1545)March 16 – Thomas Holland, English theologian and Bible translator (born 1539)April 11 – Emanuel van Meteren, Flemish historian (born 1535)June 1 – Carlos Félix, 6-year-old son of Lope de Vega.
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