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  1. John III Sobieski (Polish: Jan III Sobieski; Lithuanian: Jonas III Sobieskis; Latin: Ioannes III Sobiscius; 17 August 1629 – 17 June 1696) was King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania from 1674 until his death in 1696. Born into Polish nobility, Sobieski was educated at the Jagiellonian University and toured Europe in his youth.

  2. 20/11/2022 · BAL21473 Minerva Protects Pax from Mars (Peace and War), 1629-30 (oil on canvas) by Rubens, Peter Paul (1577-1640); 203.5x298 cm; National Gallery, London, UK; Flemish, out of copyright Título breve BAL21473

  3. 14 de abril de 1629 La Haya, República de los Siete Países Bajos Unidos: Fallecimiento: 9 de julio de 1695 (66 años) La Haya, República de los Siete Países Bajos Unidos: Nacionalidad: Neerlandés: Religión: Iglesia reformada neerlandesa: Familia; Padres: Constantijn Huygens Suzanna van Baerle: Educación; Educado en: Universidad de Leiden ...

  4. Wojna polsko-szwedzka (1626–1629) – ciąg starć polsko-szwedzkich w latach 1626–1629 o ujście Wisły, które przyniosły spustoszenie Pomorza i Kujaw. Wojna ta, będąca kontynuacją wojny polsko-szwedzkiej 1621–1626 , zakończyła się 6-letnim rozejmem altmarskim , zawartym 26 września 1629 r.

  5. Squash is a racket and ball sport played by two or four players in a four-walled court with a small, hollow, rubber ball. The players alternate in striking the ball with their rackets onto the playable surfaces of the four walls of the court.

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › KabukiKabuki - Wikipedia

    The art form later developed into its present all-male theatrical form after women were banned from performing in kabuki theatre in 1629. Kabuki developed throughout the late 17th century and reached its zenith in the mid-18th century. In 2005, kabuki theatre was proclaimed by UNESCO as an intangible heritage possessing outstanding universal value.

  7. Champlain, whose residents were on the point of starvation, was hoping for a relief fleet to arrive. The fleet was intercepted and captured by the English on their way upriver to Quebec. Kirke, now aware of the desperate conditions in Quebec, demanded the surrender; having no alternative, Champlain surrendered on 19 July 1629.