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  1. Acontecimientos [ editar] El capitán don Matías Francisco Daza Ladrón de Guevara quien ejerció los puestos de alcalde en Almaguer y Popayán, miembro de la Santa Hermandad de ambas ciudades se opuso el 2 de abril de 1667 a la encomienda de Puelenje por la muerte de un maestre de campo. 6 de abril: en Dubrovnik ( Croacia) un terremoto deja ...

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    1667 ( MDCLXVII) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Tuesday of the Julian calendar, the 1667th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 667th year of the 2nd millennium, the 67th year of the 17th century, and the 8th year of the 1660s decade.

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    • Fechos
    • Arte Y Lliteratura
    • Nacencies
    • Muertes
    6 d'abril: en Dubrovnik (Croacia) un terremotu dexa cinco mil muertos.
    15 de xunu: el médicu francés Jean-Baptiste Denys realiza la primera tresfusión de sangre a un ser humanu.
    Pedro Antonio Fernández de Castro ye nomáu Virréi de Perú.
    Clemente IX asocede a Alejandru VII como papa.
    John Milton: El paraísu perdíu.
    Jean Racine: Andrómaca.
    26 de mayu: Abraham de Moivre, matemáticu francés (f. 1754)
    2 de xunetu: Pietro Ottoboni, cardenal y mecenes italianu (f. 1740)
    9 de setiembre: Felice Torelli, pintor italianu (f. 1748)
    28 d'ochobre: Mariana de Neoburgu, reina española ente 1689 y 1700, esposa de Carlos II (f. 1740)
    25 d'abril: San Pedro de San José Betancur; relixosu español.
    22 de mayu: Alejandru VII, papa italianu de la Ilesia católica (n. 1599)
  4. 1667 - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 1667 Events [ change | change source] January 20 – Poland cedes Kyiv, Smolensk, and eastern Ukraine to Russia in the Treaty of Andrusovo that put a final end to the Deluge, and Poland lost its status as a Central European power.

    • Events
    • New Books
    • Births
    • Deaths
    January – Courtier Tobias Rustat creates the first endowment for the purchase of books for Cambridge University Libraryin England.
    March 2 – The première of John Dryden's tragicomedy Secret Love, or The Maiden Queen at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London is well received by an audience including King Charles II of England,...
    April 15 - Edward Howard's play The Change of Crowns is first performed, in London. Actor John Lacyimprovises a few lines about influence-peddling at court, angering King Charles II, a member of th...
    April 27 – The blind, impoverished 58-year-old John Milton seals a contract (one of the first detailed contracts between author and printer known in England) for publication of Paradise Lost with L...

    Prose

    1. Margaret Cavendish – The life of the thrice noble, high and puissant prince William Cavendishe, Duke, Marquess, and Earl of Newcastle 2. John Dryden – Annus Mirabilis, the Year of Wonders 1666 3. Richard Head – The life and death of Mother Shipton 4. Thomas Sprat – The History of the Royal Society

    Drama

    1. Roger Boyle, 1st Earl of Orrery – The Black Prince 2. John Caryll – The English Princess 3. Pierre Corneille – Attila 4. William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle – The Humorous Lovers 5. John Dryden – Secret Love, or the Maiden Queen 6. Richard Flecknoe – The Damoiselles à la Mode 7. Edward Howard – The Change of Crowns 8. James Howard – All Mistaken 9. John Lacy – Sauny the Scot, or the Taming of the Shrew (adapted from Shakespeare's play) 10. Jean Racine – Andromaque 11. Sir Charles Sedley –...

    Poetry

    1. Jeremias de Dekker (died 1666) – Lof der Geldzucht("In praise of avarice" – satire) 2. John Milton – Paradise Lost

    April 29 – John Arbuthnot, Scottish satirist and polymath (died 1735)
    November 30 – Jonathan Swift, Irish satirist and novelist (died 1745)
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    January 19 – Percy Herbert, 2nd Baron Powis, English writer (born 1598)
    March 16 (or 17) – Philippe Labbe, French Jesuit writer (born 1607)
    May 2 – George Wither, English poet and pamphleteer (born 1588)
    May 14 – Georges de Scudéry, French poet (born 1601)
  5. 1667 in science - Wikipedia 1667 in science The year 1667 in science and technology involved some significant events. Contents 1 Astronomy 2 Chemistry 3 History and philosophy of science 4 Mathematics 5 Physiology and medicine 6 Publications 7 Births 8 Deaths 9 References Astronomy [ edit]