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  1. 1631 - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre 1631 Categorías Categoría principal Nacimientos • Fallecimientos • Por país 1631 ( MDCXXXI) fue un año común comenzado en miércoles, según el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 2 Nacimientos 3 Fallecimientos 4 Enlaces externos Acontecimientos

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    1631 ( MDCXXXI) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Saturday of the Julian calendar, the 1631st year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 631st year of the 2nd millennium, the 31st year of the 17th century, and the 2nd year of the 1630s decade.

  3. 1631 - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 1631 From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The year 1631 was a common year which started on Wednesday. Events May 18 – In Massachusetts, John Winthrop takes the oath of office and becomes the first Governor of Massachusetts. Category: 1631 Navigation menu

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    January 9 – Love's Triumph Through Callipolis, a masque written by Ben Jonson and designed by Inigo Jones, is staged at Whitehall Palace.
    January 11 – The Master of the Revels in England refuses to license Philip Massinger's new play, Believe as You List, because of its seditious content; it is first performed in a revised version on...
    February 5 – Puritan minister and theologian Roger Williams emigrates from England to Bostonin the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
    February 22 – Chloridia, the year's second Jonson/Jones masque, is performed.


    1. Johann Philipp Abelin – Arma Suecica, volume 1 2. Moses Amyraut – Traité des religions 3. Collected works of Jacobus Arminiuspublished posthumously in Frankfurt 4. Robert Fludd – Medicina Catholica(Volume 2) 5. Thomas Harriot – Artis analyticae praxis 6. James Mabbe – Celestina, or the Tragicomedy of Calisto and Melibea, a 300-page closet drama or "novel in dialogue," translated from the Spanish-language original of Fernando de Rojas, La Celestina(1499) 7. Wicked Bible, a reprint of the Ki...


    1. Anonymous – Fair Empublished 2. George Chapman – Caesar and Pompeypublished 3. Henry Chettle – Hoffmanpublished 4. Lope de Vega 4.1. Punishment without Revenge (El castigo sin venganza) 4.2. La noche de San Juan 5. Thomas Goffe – The Raging Turkpublished 6. Peter Hausted – Senile Odium 7. Thomas Heywood – The Fair Maid of the West, Parts 1 and 2(published; probably performed in the previous year) 8. Ben Jonson 8.1. Chloridia (masque) 8.2. Love's Triumph Through Callipolis(masque) 9. Ralph...


    1. Richard Braithwait – The English Gentleman

    January 1 – Katharine Philips (Orinda), English poet (died 1664)
    February 22 – Peder Syv, Danish philologist, folklorist and priest (died 1702)
    March 16 – René Le Bossu, French critic (died 1680)
    April – John Phillips, English satirist and nephew of John Milton (died 1706)
    February 7 – Gabriel Harvey, English poet and author (born c. 1545)
    March 31 – John Donne, English poet and Dean of St Paul's (born 1572)
    May 6 – Robert Bruce Cotton, English antiquary and founder of Cotton Library (born 1570)
    May 25 – Samuel Harsnett, English religious writer and archbishop (born 1561)
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    Wikipedia Pākehā: Kaihautū whenua, 1631. Wikipedia Pākehā: Rārangi kōrero mō te taiao o Aotearoa. BrainyHistory: 1631. Kei te Wikimedia Commons he whakaahua atu anō mō. 1631. He maramara noa iho tēnei tuhipānui mō te maramataka. Tirohia ngā tikanga whakapai mō tēnei paetukutuku reo Māori.

  5. In Venice, the plague outbreak of 1629–1631, after reducing the population by one third, comes to an end. Claudio Monteverdi writes a mass for a service of thanksgiving, held at St Mark's Basilica. Marco Marazzoli is one of several musicians who accompany Cardinal Antonio Barberini on a visit to Urbino.