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  1. 1608 - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre 1608 Categorías Categoría principal Nacimientos • Fallecimientos • Por país 1608 ( MDCVIII) fue un año bisiesto comenzado en martes según el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 2 Arte y literatura 3 Nacimientos 4 Fallecimientos 5 Enlaces externos Acontecimientos [ editar]

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    1608 was a leap year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar and a leap year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar, the 1608th year of the Common Era and Anno Domini designations, the 608th year of the 2nd millennium, the 8th year of the 17th century, and the 9th year of the 1600s decade. As of the start of 1608, the Gregorian calendar was 10 days ahead of the Julian calendar, which remained in localized use until 1923. Calendar year

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    • Ereignisse
    • Geboren
    • gestorben

    Wirtschaft

    1. Die Ankerbrauerei in Nördlingenwird erstmals urkundlich erwähnt.

    Wissenschaft und Technik

    1. 2. Oktober: In der Republik der Sieben Vereinigten Provinzen legt der Brillenmacher Hans Lipperhey dem Rat von Zeeland das erste Fernrohrvor.

    Geburtsdatum gesichert

    1. 28. Januar: Giovanni Alfonso Borelli, italienischer Physiker und Astronom († 1679) 2. 05. Februar: Caspar Schott, deutscher Wissenschaftler († 1666) 3. 06. Februar: António Vieira, portugiesischer Jesuit, Theologe und Missionar († 1697) 1. 05. April: Zacharias Lund, deutscher Dichter und klassischer Philologe († 1667) 2. 07. April: Johann Brunnemann, war ein deutscher Jurist († 1672) 3. 18. April: Daniel Colonius der Jüngere, niederländischer Rechtswissenschaftler († 1672) 4. 25. April: Ga...

    Genaues Geburtsdatum unbekannt

    1. Juni: Richard Fanshawe, 1. Baronet, englischer Dichter, Übersetzer, Diplomat und Politiker († 1666) 2. August: Men-Fort Gabriel, Schweizer Geistlicher († 1672) 1. Bartolomeo Avanzini, italienischer Architekt († 1658) 2. Egbert Jans van Leeuwarden, niederländischer Uhrmacher († 1674) 3. Ambrosius Regondi, italienischer Steinmetz und Bildhauer († 1681)

    Erstes Halbjahr

    1. 29. Januar: Friedrich I., Herzog von Württemberg und Graf von Mömpelgard (* 1557) 2. 03. Februar: Pantaleon Candidus, reformierter Theologe, Historiker und Autor (* 1540) 3. 13. Februar: Konstanty Wasyl Ostrogski, ruthenischer Fürst, Woiwode von Kiew (* 1526/27) 4. 27. Februar: Henri de Bourbon, Herzog von Montpensier (* 1573) 5. 09. März: Caterina Martinelli, italienische Sängerin (* 1589) 6. 16. März: Seonjo, 14. König der Joseon-Dynastie in Korea (* 1552) 7. 19. April: Thomas Sackville,...

    Zweites Halbjahr

    1. 09. Juli: Lucas Bacmeister der Ältere, lutherischer Theologe und Kirchenliedkomponist (* 1530) 2. 12. Juli: Margarethe von Dietz, Tochter des Landgrafen Philipp I. von Hessen (* 1544) 3. 18. Juli: Marquard von Ahlefeldt, Herr auf Gut Haselau und Kaden (* 1571) 4. 18. Juli: Joachim Friedrich, von 1598 bis 1608 Kurfürst von Brandenburg (* 1546) 5. 21. Juli: Johannes Angelus, deutscher Theologe (* 1542) 6. 26. Juli: Pablo de Céspedes, spanischer Maler, Bildhauer, Architekt und Schriftsteller...

    Genaues Todesdatum unbekannt

    1. Francesco Curia, neapolitanischer Maler (* nach 1550) 2. Bess of Hardwick, englische Adelige (* 1527)

    • 1056/57 (Jahreswechsel Juli)
    • 1013/14 (Jahresbeginn 14. oder 15. April)
    • 1600/01 (10./11. September)
    • John Smith erkundet die Chesapeake Bay.
    • Events
    • New Books
    • Births
    • Deaths
    January 10 – Ben Jonson's The Masque of Beauty is performed by Queen Anne and her retinue at the Banqueting House, Whitehall, a sequel to The Masque of Blackness.
    February 9 – Another masque by Jonson, The Hue and Cry After Cupid, is performed at the Banqueting House, with sets designed by Inigo Jones.
    March 31 – Hamlet is played aboard the East India Company ship Red Dragon, commanded by Capt. William Keeling.
    April – Performances of George Chapman's play The Conspiracy and Tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron by the Children of the Chapel at the Blackfriars Theatre in London are suppressed after the French...

    Prose

    1. George Abbot – A Brief Description of the Whole World 2. Robert Armin – A Nest of Ninnies 3. Thomas Dekker 3.1. The Dead Term 3.2. The Bellman of London 4. Francesco Maria Guazzo – Compendium Maleficarum 5. Johannes Kepler – Somnium (written; published posthumously in 1634) 6. Mathurin Régnier – Les Premieres d'Euvres ou Satyres de Regnier 7. Salomon Schweigger – Newe Reyßbeschreibung Teutschland Auss to Constantinople 8. "P. F." – The History of the Damnable Life and Deserved Death of Doc...

    Drama

    1. Lording Barry – Ram Alley(published) 2. George Chapman – The Conspiracy and Tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron 3. John Day – Humour Out of Breath and Law Tricks(published) 4. Lope de Vega 4.1. El acero de Madrid[es]("The steel of Madrid") 4.2. La adúltera perdonada (autos sacramentales) 4.3. Lo fingido verdadero[es]("What you Pretend Has Become Real") 4.4. Los melindres de Belisa[es] 4.5. Peribáñez y el Comendador de Ocaña 5. John Fletcher – The Faithful Shepherdess(first performance) 6. Th...

    Poetry

    1. See 1608 in poetry

    February 6 – António Vieira, Portuguese Jesuit orator and writer (died 1697)
    February 12 – Daniello Bartoli, Jesuit writer (died 1685)
    June 19 (bapt.) – Thomas Fuller, English cleric and historian (died 1661)
    December 8 – Vendela Skytte, Swedish salonist and poet (died 1629)
    January 28 – Enrique Henríquez, Portuguese Jesuit theologian (born 1536)
    February 16 – Nicolas Rapin, French translator, poet and satirist (born 1535)
    March 29 – Laurence Tomson, English theologian (born 1539)
  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 1608_in_art1608 in art - Wikipedia

    • Events
    • Paintings
    • Births
    • Deaths
    Caravaggio, The Beheading of Saint John the Baptist
    Caravaggio, Portrait of Fra Antonio Martelli
    Caravaggio, Portrait of Alof de Wignacourt and his Page
    Caravaggio, John the Baptist (St John the Baptist at the Fountain)
    April/May - Pieter Post, Dutch architect, painter and printmaker (died 1669)
    October 30 - Lazzaro Morelli, sculptor (died 1690)
    date unknown
    (born 1608/1612): Giovanni Stefano Danedi, Italian painter of frescoes (died 1690)
    June - Bernardo Buontalenti, Italian stage designer, architect, theatrical designer, military engineer and artist (born 1536)
    June 5 - Ippolito Andreasi, Italian painter (born 1548)
    July 26 - Pablo de Céspedes, Spanish painter, poet, and architect (born 1538)
    August 13 - Giambologna, Flemish sculptor of marble and bronze statuary working in Italy (born 1529)
  5. 1608 in music The year 1608 in music involved some significant events and new musical works. Contents 1 Events 2 Classical music 3 Publications 4 Opera 5 Births 6 Deaths 7 References Events [ edit] February 9 – The masque The Hue and Cry After Cupid, written by Ben Jonson and designed by Inigo Jones, is performed at Whitehall Palace.