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    1697 ( MDCXCVII) was a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar, the 1697th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 697th year of the 2nd millennium, the 97th year of the 17th century, and the 8th year of the 1690s decade.

  2. Categoría:1697. Temas, acontecimientos y noticias relacionados con el año 1697 . Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre el año 1697. Wikisource contiene obras originales sobre el año 1697.

  3. 1697 MDCXCVII: Ab urbe condita: 2450: Calendario armenio: 1146: ... Wikipedia® é unha marca rexistrada da Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., unha organización sen fins ...

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    Artículu principal: Categoría:Persones nacíes en 1697. 1 d'abril: Ablaya Prévost, novelista francés. (f. 1763) 25 de setiembre: Madame du Deffand, muyer de lletres francesa. (f.

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    May 7 – The 13th century royal Tre Kronor ("Three Crowns") castle in Stockholmburns to the ground and a large portion of the royal library is destroyed.
    The actors of the Comédie-Italienne in Paris announce a performance of La fausse prude (The False Hypocrite), a play that ridicules King Louis XIV of France's wife, Françoise d'Aubigné, Marquise de...
    George Farquhar arrives in London from Dublin.
    Thomas Corneille publishes his translation of Ovid's Metamorphosesinto French.


    1. Mary Astell – A Serious Proposal to the Ladies, Part II 2. Pierre Bayle – Dictionnaire historique et critique (Historical and Critical Dictionary, first part, publication continued until 1702) 3. Richard Blackmore – King Arthur 4. Thomas Burnet – Remarks upon An Essay Concerning Humane Understanding (on John Locke) 5. William Congreve – The Birth of the Muse 6. William Dampier – A New Voyage Round the World 7. Daniel Defoe – An Essay Upon Projects 8. John Dryden 8.1. Alexander's Feast; or,...


    1. Anonymous (A Young Lady) – The Unnatural Mother 2. Colley Cibber – Woman's Wit 3. William Congreve – The Mourning Bride 4. John Dennis – A Plot and No Plot 5. Thomas Dilke – The City Lady, or Folly Reclaimed 6. Thomas D'Urfey 6.1. Cinthia and Endimion(opera) 6.2. The Intrigues at Versailles; or, A Jilt in all Humours 7. James Drake – The Sham Lawyer 8. Charles Gildon – The Roman Brides Revenge 9. Charles Hopkins – Boadicea, Queen of Britain 10. Peter Anthony Motteux – The Novelty, or Every...

    April 1 - Abbé Prévost, French writer (died 1763)
    June 16 – Jean-Baptiste de La Curne de Sainte-Palaye, French historian, classicist and lexicographer (died 1781)
    December 27 – Sollom Emlyn, Irish legal writer (died 1754)
    February 5 – Hester Biddle(Esther Biddle), English Quaker writer (born c. 1629)
    March 1 – Francesco Redi, Tuscan physician, naturalist and poet (born 1626)
    June 7 – John Aubrey, English memoirist (born 1626)
    December 9 – Scipion Abeille, French surgeon and poet (year of birth unknown)
  5. 20 September – The Treaty of Ryswick is signed by France and the Grand Alliance to end both the Nine Years' War and King William's War. The conflict having been inconclusive, the treaty is proposed because the combatants have exhausted their national treasuries. Louis XIV recognises William III as King of England and Scotland, and both sides ...

  6. Coordenadas: 41°23′00″N 2°10′00″E Sitio de Barcelona (1697) El Sitio de Barcelona, fue un episodio de la guerra de los Nueve Años, que tuvo lugar entre 15 de junio y el 8 de agosto de 1697 en Barcelona y tuvo como desenlace una victoria francesa sobre los españoles. Índice 1 Desarrollo 2 Secuelas 3 Plano del asedio 4 Notas y referencias