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  1. 1651 ( MDCLI) fue un año común comenzado en domingo, según el calendario gregoriano. Contenido 1 Acontecimientos 2 Nacimientos 3 Fallecimientos 4 Enlaces externos Acontecimientos Baltasar Gracián publica la primera parte de El Criticón (1651-1657). Publicación de Leviathan de Thomas Hobbes.

  2. The King was aided by Scottish allies and was attempting to regain the throne that had been lost when his father Charles I was executed. The commander of the Scots, David Leslie, supported the plan of fighting in Scotland, where royal support was strongest. Charles, however, insisted on making war in England.

  3. Abraham Bloemaert (25 December 1566 – 27 January 1651) was a Dutch painter and printmaker who used etching and engraving. He initially worked in the style of the "Haarlem Mannerists", but by the beginning of the 17th-century altered his style in line with the new Baroque style that was then developing.

  4. Gertaerak. Martxoaren 30a - Scilly uharteak eta Zazpi Herbehere Batuen Errepublikaren artean Hirurehun eta Hogeita Hamabost Urteko Gerra hasi zen. Odolik gabeko gerra bat izan zen, eta, ofizialki, historiako gerrarik luzeena.

  5. Arnold van Westerhout or Arnoldo van Westerhout [1] ( Antwerp, 21 February 1651 – Rome, 18 April 1725) was a Flemish printmaker, painter, draughtsman, publisher and printer. He trained in Antwerp but mainly worked abroad, and in particular in Italy. He settled in Rome where he was a prominent printmaker and publisher. [2]

  6. Estado español; dependiente del Ministerio de Fomento. Ferrocarriles Españoles de Vía Estrecha ( FEVE ), 2 registrada oficialmente como Ferrocarriles de Vía Estrecha 3 y conocida en sus últimos años por la marca Feve, fue una operadora ferroviaria pública española, fundada en 1965, encargada de explotar la red nacional de vía estrecha ...

  7. Jagdish Temple is a large Hindu temple in the middle of Udaipur in Rajasthan, just outside the royal palace. It has been in continuous worship since 1651. A big tourist attraction, the temple was originally called the temple of Jagannath Rai but is now called Jagdish-ji. It is a major monument in Udaipur. [1] Overview [ edit] Jagdish Temple in 1949