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  1. The Ordinance of Labourers 1349 (23 Edw. 3) is often considered to be the start of English labour law. Specifically, it fixed wages and imposed price controls; required all those under the age of 60 to work; prohibited the enticing away of another's servants; and other terms.

  2. 11 July 1660 Pardon and Oblivion, That the Title of this Bill be, "An Act of free and general Pardon, Indemnity, and Oblivion" Passed and was sent to the House of Lords. [15] 20 July 1660: Proceedings of Regicide, Ordered, That the Instrument for proclaiming the High Court of Justice for judging of the late King's Majesty, together with the Journal of their Proceedings, be sent to the Lords ...

  3. The Anglo-Spanish War was a conflict between the English Protectorate under Oliver Cromwell, and Spain, between 1654 and 1660. It was caused by commercial rivalry. Each side attacked the other's commercial and colonial interests in various ways such as privateering and naval expeditions.

  4. Countesses of Guilford (1660) Elizabeth Boyle, Countess of Guilford (d. 1667) Earls of Guilford (1674) see the Earl of Lauderdale; Barons Guilford (1683) Francis North, 1st Baron Guilford (1637–1685) Francis North, 2nd Baron Guilford (1673–1729) Francis North, 3rd Baron Guilford (1704–1790) (created Earl of Guilford in 1752)

  5. The Restoration of the monarchy in 1660 launched a fresh start for literature, both in celebration of the new worldly and playful court of the king, and in reaction to it. Theatres in England reopened after having been closed during the protectorship of Oliver Cromwell , Puritanism lost its momentum, and the bawdy " Restoration comedy " became a recognisable genre.

  6. Up to 1660 the four principal len were headquartered at the major fortresses Bohus Fortress, Akershus Fortress, Bergenhus Fortress and the fortified city of Trondheim. The sub-regions corresponded to the church districts for the Lutheran church in Norway. Len in 1536

  7. As Meninas é uma pintura de 1656 por Diego Velázquez, o principal artista do Século de Ouro Espanhol.Ela está hoje em dia no Museu do Prado em Madrid.A composição enigmática e complexa da obra levanta questões sobre realidade e ilusão, criando uma relação incerta entre o observador e as figuras representadas.