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  1. 1601 fue un año común comenzado en lunes según el calendario gregoriano. Es el primer año del siglo XVII . Mapa de Antonio de Herrera y Tordesillas , 1601

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    1601 was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Thursday of the Julian calendar, the 1601st year of the Common Era and Anno Domini designations, the 601st year of the 2nd millennium, the 1st year of the 17th century, and the 2nd year of the 1600s decade. As of the start of 1601, the Gregorian calendar was 10 days ahead of the Julian calendar, which remained in localized use until 1923. Calendar year This epoch is the beginning of ...

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    1601 1882 edition AuthorMark Twain Original titleConversation, as it was by the Social Fireside, in the Time of the Tudors LanguageEnglish [Date: 1601.] Conversation, as it was by the Social Fireside, in the Time of the Tudors. or simply 1601 is the title of a short risqué squib by Mark Twain, first published anonymously in 1880, and finally acknow...

    The diarist describes a conversation in the presence of the queen between various famous Elizabethans during which one of the company passes gas: "In ye heat of ye talk it befel yt one did breake wind, yielding an exceding mightie and distresfull stink, whereat all did laugh full sore."

    The squib was originally written in 1876 for "a highly respectable, all-male writing group" as an exercise in the style of Rabelais. It was first published in the "incredibly rare" Cleveland edition of 1880, which is believed to number only four copies. The original edition was anonymous. While visiting West Point in 1881, Twain discovered that a m...

    • Mark Twain, Shelley Fisher Fishkin, Erica Jong, Leslie A. Fiedler
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    • 1880
    • Conversation, as it was by the Social Fireside, in the Time of the Tudors
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    January 6 – The Children of the Chapel give their first theatrical performance at the English court since 1584: Liberality and Prodigality, by an unknown dramatist.
    January 21 – Tirso de Molinaenters the monastery of San Antolín at Guadalajara, Spain.
    February 7 – The Lord Chamberlain's Men stage a performance of Shakespeare's Richard II at the Globe Theatre in London. The performance is specially commissioned (at a 40-shilling bonus) by the plo...

    Prose

    1. Nicolas Barnaud – De Occulta philosophia 2. Carolus Clusius – Rariarum plantarum historia 3. Antonio de Herrera y Tordesillas – Historia general de los hechos de los Castellanos, volume 1 4. Nicholas Hill – Philosophia epicurea 5. Philemon Holland – The Historie of the World, a translation of Pliny's Natural History 6. Thomas Middleton – The Penniless Parliament of Threadbare Poets 7. Mavro Orbin – The Realm of the Slavs 8. Achilles Tatius – The Adventures of Leucippe and Cleitophon (first...

    Drama

    1. Anonymous 1.1. (Sebastian Westcote?) – The Contention Between Liberality and Prodigality 1.2. The Return from Parnassus 2. Thomas Dekker – Satiromastix and Blurt, Master Constable, or The Spaniards Night-Walke (with Thomas Middleton?) 3. Ben Jonson – The Poetaster performed; Cynthia's Revelspublished 4. John Lyly – Love's Metamorphosispublished 5. John Marston – What You Will 6. Anthony Munday – The Downfall and The Death of Robert Earl of Huntingtonpublished together 7. William Percy – Ar...

    Poetry

    1. Robert Chester – Love's Martyr. The volume also contains fourteen poems by other hands, including: 1.1. William Shakespeare – The Phoenix and the Turtle 2. Gervase Markham – Mary Magdalene's Tears 3. John Weever – The Mirror of Martyrs, or The Life and Death of Sir John Oldcastle 4. Bento Teixeira – Prosopopeia

    January 8 – Baltasar Gracián, Spanish Jesuit writer (died 1658)
    March 7 – Johann Michael Moscherosch, German satirist (died 1669)
    June 5 – John Trapp, English Biblical commentator (died 1669)
    July 17 – Emmanuel Maignan, French theologian (died 1676)
    January 11 – Scipione Ammirato, Italian historian (born 1531)
    March 13 – Henry Cuffe, English philosophical writer and politician (executed, born 1563)
    April 10 – Mark Alexander Boyd, Scottish poet (born 1562)
    August 19 – William Lambarde, English antiquary and lawyer (born 1536)
  3. (1601) Patry; Descubrimiento; Descubridor: Louis Boyer: Fecha: 18 de mayo de 1942: Lugar: Argel: Designaciones: 1942 KA, 1942 KC, 1945 FA, 1949 OG, 1955 DL, A922 KB: Nombre provisional: 1942 KA: Categoría: Cinturón de asteroides: Orbita a: Sol: Elementos orbitales; Longitud del nodo ascendente: 74,7° Inclinación: 4,94° Argumento del periastro: 196,5° Semieje mayor: 2,235 ua

    • 1942 KA, 1942 KC, 1945 FA, 1949 OG, 1955 DL, A922 KB
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  4. Tiburtio Massaino – Third book of motets for six voices (Venice: Ricciardo Amadino) Simone Molinaro – Second book of motets for eight voices (Milan: Simon Tini & Francesco Besozzi) Philippe de Monte – last of thirty-four books of madrigals. Thomas Morley (ed.) – Madrigales The Triumphs of Oriana, to 5. and 6. voices: composed by divers ...