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  1. nl.wikipedia.org › wiki › 16351635 - Wikipedia

    1635 Het jaar 1635 is het 35e jaar in de 17e eeuw volgens de christelijke jaartelling . Inhoud 1 Gebeurtenissen 2 Muziek 3 Literatuur 4 Beeldende kunst 5 Bouwkunst 6 Geboren 7 Overleden Gebeurtenissen [ bewerken | brontekst bewerken] februari

  2. fr.wikipedia.org › wiki › 16351635 — Wikipédia

    Calendriers Romain · Chinois · Grégorien · Julien · Hébraïque · Hindou · Hégirien · Persan · Républicain modifier 1635 est une année commune commençant un lundi . Événements [ modifier | modifier le code] Asie [ modifier modifier le code] 4 janvier : Thalun Min, roi de Birmanie, transfère la capitale de Pegu, envasée, à Ava ( Mandalay) 1 .

  3. 1635 ( MDCXXXV, na numeração romana) foi um ano comum do século XVII do Calendário Gregoriano, da Era de Cristo, e a sua letra dominical foi G ( 52 semanas), teve início numa segunda-feira e terminou também numa segunda-feira . Ano completo Eventos [ editar | editar código-fonte]

  4. 1635: The Tangled Web is a novel in the alternate history 1632 series, written by Virginia DeMarce. [1] Two of the stories were previously published in the online version of The Grantville Gazettes with the Prince and Abbot first published in Volume 8 [2] and Mail Stop first published in Volume 9. [3] The rest of the stories are original material.

  5. France avoided direct participation in the Thirty Years' War until May 1635 when it declared war on Spain and the Holy Roman Empire, entering the conflict as an ally of the Dutch Republic and Sweden. After Westphalia in 1648, the war continued between Spain and France, with neither side able to achieve decisive victory.

  6. Alejandro Farnesio ( Parma, 10 de enero de 1635 – Madrid, 18 de febrero de 1689 ), príncipe de Parma, fue sucesivamente virrey de Navarra, de Cataluña y gobernador de los Países Bajos españoles . No debe ser confundido con su bisabuelo Alejandro Farnesio, príncipe de Parma. Su título era el de Príncipe de Parma.

  7. In 1635, Peter Paul Rubens created Venus and Adonis, now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. He followed the mythological story in the Metamorphoses by Ovid, inspired from his love of classical literature and earlier depictions of this scene. [1]