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    January 14 – A Portuguese garrison invades Morocco and kidnaps 35 women and girls, then steals 400 head of cattle. The Moroccans counterattack and kill the garrison's commander, 12 knights and 38 other Portuguese soldiers before the surviving Portuguese are given sanctuary inside the English fortress at Tangier.

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    The Great Fire of Londonin England.
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The 1660s BC was a decade lasting from January 1, 1669 BC to December 31, 1660 BC. Events and trends [ edit] 1662 BC—May 22— Lunar Saros 33 begins. [1] Significant people [ edit] 1664 BC—Death of Arpachshad, son of Shem, son of Noah, according to the Hebrew calendar.

  3. 1610s; 1620s; 1630s; 1640s; 1650s; 1660s; 1670s; 1680s; 1690s; 1700s; 1710s; Subcategories. This category has the following 33 subcategories, out of 33 total.

  4. List of sovereign states in the 1660s From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This list is incomplete; you can help by adding missing items. (August 2008) Sovereign states A Aceh - Sultanate of Aceh Ahom - Ahom Kingdom Algiers - Sultanate of Algiers Andorra - Principality of Andorra Ankole - Kingdom of Ankole Anziku - Anziku Kingdom

  5. 1661 – English astronomer Christopher Wren advises on repairs to Old St Paul's Cathedral in London and declines appointment to direct new fortifications at Tangier, his earliest known direct involvement with practical architecture. 1666: September 2–5 – The Great Fire of London destroys most of the city including Old St Paul's Cathedral.