*  Whaling in the Netherlands - Wikipedia

Whaling in the Netherlands was a centuries-long tradition. The history of Dutch whaling begins with 17th-century exploration of ... During the 17th and 18th century the people from the North Frisian Islands enjoyed a reputation of being very skilled mariners ... The ships involved in whaling helped to make the Dutch Republic one of the richest nations of the 17th century, but this ... Dutch and Flemish maritime paintings of the 16th and 17th centuries mirror the emergence of the Dutch Republic as a great ...

*  Arvo Viljanti - Wikipedia

He was specialized in Swedish-Finnish military history of the 16th and 17th centuries. Åbo Akademis bibliotek. "Databasen ...

*  Kumaramangalam - Wikipedia

We could able to back trace the history of Kumaramangalam only from 17th century; during that time it was under the rule of ... the heart of the city there is a centuries old Paandeeswaran temple with a huge stone made pond. Kumaramangalam is a ...

*  MathPath - Wikipedia

He is an expert on the history of mathematics from the 17th century to modern times. Alan Q. Lippert (Mr. L) is a retired ... In 2009 he published a book on the history of trigonometry, and in 2012 he published the first new book on spherical ... They also learn some history of math and work on mathematical writing. Topics vary somewhat each year, depending on instructor ... 7:30 Last wake-up call 8:00 Breakfast 8:45 Plenary Lecture: The History of Mathematics 9:45-11:00 Morning Breakout Session 11: ...

*  James Ralph - Wikipedia

This work was another somewhat cynical view of the history of Parliament in the 17th century. Both Dodington and Ralph moved ... His history is superior to Rapin's London-bound history and addressed economic history for the first time in English ... and Grub Street hack writer known for his works of history and his position in Alexander Pope's Dunciad B. His History of ... In 1744-46, Ralph wrote one of his two most important works, A history of England during the reigns of King William, Queen Anne ...

*  Staten Island Museum - Wikipedia

The exhibition traces this borough's unique history and landscape from the 17th century to the present. These works are made by ... There are important 19th-20th-century paintings featuring Staten Island and New York Harbor, fine 19th and 20th-century ... ephemera and archival documents reaching back to the 17th century. The Staten Island Museum was founded in 1881 as a private ... The museum has been called a "Mini Smithsonian" because of the breadth of its collections, and is based on a 19th-century model ...

*  Paul Mactire - Wikipedia

In the mid 19th century, Alexander Pope translated Þormóður Torfason's 17th century Latin history of Orkney. A figure who is ... As earlier as the 17th century, the Rosses were stated to be known in Ross as 'Clan Gillanders'. The manuscript states that ... Taylor noted that the place had been washed away by the sea in the previous century. The 20th-century Scottish toponymist ... in the 17th century. Gordonstoun stated that, while Paul built the fortress, he heard of the news of the killing of his only ...

*  Museum of Evolution of Uppsala University - Wikipedia

Despite being formally founded in 1999, the museum traces its history back to the 17th century. During this time upstanding ... In the 20th century, notable paleontologists Otto Zdansky and professor Carl Wiman contributed to the growth of the collections ... The Museum of Evolution of Uppsala University (Swedish: Evolutionsmuseet) is a natural history museum in Sweden containing the ... Expeditions to China in the 20th century unearthed numerous unique paleontological treasures. The museum's collection contains ...

*  Bernát Csányi (soldier) - Wikipedia

Csányi Bernát (1630-1664) katonai tevékenysége [Details on the 17th-century History of the Vas Frontier. The Military Career of ... Since the early 17th century, Csákány suffered from permanent plunder attacks and raids by Ottoman maraduers who crossed the ... Csányi also strengthened the local castellum (fort) crossing the Rába river, which was built by the end of the 16th century ... 1726). The 18-19th century members of the Csányi family descended from Bernát III's other son Ferenc I, who married Mária Rumy ...

*  George Town, Chennai - Wikipedia

Chennai portal Timeline of Chennai history#17th century History of Chennai Muthiah, S. (1 January 2012). "Madras miscellany: A ... George Town is the birthplace of the economy of the city that began to flourish in the 17th century. Being the primary ... In the following centuries, High Court buildings and first light house tower with architectural beauty came up in an area where ... The area occupied by the North Indians, chiefly Marwaris from Rajasthan and Gujarat, in the twentieth century came to be known ...

*  Csányi family - Wikipedia

Csányi Bernát (1630-1664) katonai tevékenysége [Details on the 17th-century History of the Vas Frontier. The Military Career of ... Several members throughout the 16-17th centuries were officials in the county assembly and performed political career in county ... which collection is one of the most important primary sources of the 16th-century Hungarian history. The family's stone-built ... Csányi or Csány was a noble family in the Kingdom of Hungary, which first appeared in the early 14th century and had estates ...

*  Cammingha - Wikipedia

The family have played an important role in the Dutch history since the early 17th century. Since 1814 the family belongs to ... The oldest known ancestor is one Rienck Cammingha who lived in the first part of the 16th century. Different scions of the ...

*  French porcelain - Wikipedia

French porcelain has a history spanning a period from the 17th century to the present. Chinese porcelain had long been imported ... After this initial period, up to the end of the 18th century, French porcelain manufactories would progressively abandon their ... and follow the attempts of Medici porcelain in the 16th century. The first soft-paste frit porcelain, was produced at the Rouen ... Joseph Needham p.37 A history of pottery and porcelain: mediæval and modern by Joseph Marryat p.190 The Grove encyclopedia of ...

*  Ursuline Convent riots - Wikipedia

Massachusetts, founded in the 17th century, had a long history of intolerance toward Roman Catholicism. From its inception, ... in JSTOR Lord, Robert; Harrington, Edward; Sexton, John (1944). History of the archdiocese of Boston in the various stages of ... According to Jenny Franchot, the author of a history of the riots, the lower classes of Boston, predominantly conservative ... Hammett, Theodore M. "Two Mobs of Jacksonian Boston: Ideology and Interest." Journal of American History (1976): 845-868. ...

*  Thomas Roe - Wikipedia

This is a valuable contribution to the history of India in the early 17th century. Negotiations in his Embassy to the Ottoman ... "JSTOR: The History of American Ornithology before Audubon". Retrieved 2008-04-09. Michael Strachan, Sir Thomas Roe 1581-1644. A ... A Life by Michael Strachan (Michael Russell, Salisbury, Wiltshire, 1989). W R Williams Parliamentary History of the County of ...

*  The Tale of the Destruction of Ryazan - Wikipedia

Likhachev, Dmitry (1989). History of Russian literature, 11th-17th centuries: a textbook, translated by K.M. Cook-Horujy. ... It was based on the late sixteenth century redaction. The whole cycle was published by D. C. Likhachev in 1947. In his ... This military tale survived in several sixteenth and the seventeenth century redactions and is thought to be a part of a ... This fact secures the composition time to the first half of the fourteenth century. Furthermore, details from the Tale were ...

*  Villers Abbey - Wikipedia

In the early 17th century, Crisóstomo Henríquez wrote the history of the abbey. In the 17th and 18th centuries, the abbey's ... The church itself took 70 years to build and was completed by the end of the century. During this period, the abbey reached the ... Decline set in during the 16th century, tied to the larger troubles of the Low Countries. Spanish tercios, during the campaign ... After establishing several preliminary sites (Villers I and Villers II), work was finally undertaken in the 13th century to ...

*  History of Ireland - Wikipedia

The 17th century was perhaps the bloodiest in Ireland's history. Two periods of war (1641-53 and 1689-91) caused huge loss of ... History of Belfast History of Cork History of Derry History of Dublin History of England History of Europe History of the ... History of the Republic of Ireland History of Scotland History of the United Kingdom History of Wales History of Waterford ... Irish History Timeline at Irish History Links History of Ireland: Primary Documents History of Ireland guide Irish History ...

*  Uppsala University Coin Cabinet - Wikipedia

The history of the collection goes back to the 17th century. In total, it comprises close to 40,000 objects today. Elsa ...

*  Frikandel - Wikipedia

The history of this snack goes back to the 17th century. The frikadel is a traditional Dutch and Flemish sausage-shaped ... Also, a special version of the frikadel was served to pregnant women, according to 18th century cookery books. It was a veal ...

*  Pacu Jalur - Wikipedia

The history of the Pacu line begins in the 17th century. At the time the dug-outs or Jalur were used as a means of transport ... According to the historical record of the path began in Rantau Kuantan around the late 17th century, the beginning of the path ...

*  Rémi Mathis - Wikipedia

... research focuses on the 17th century, specifically history of prints and books, Jansenism and diplomatic history. His ... 17th century 2008, 4, p. 725-730. Les « mondes à part » : représentations symboliques et critiques de la mise à l'écart au ... Since 2010, he has been a curator for 17th century collections at the Department of Prints and Photographs of the National ... He has contributed to Papers on French Seventeenth Century Literature. and curated an exhibition on French prints of the 17th c ...

*  Crawfordsburn - Wikipedia

It has retained elements of its 17th-century history along its Main Street including the coaching inn. The Sharman-Crawford ... There is evidence that substantial additions were made in the middle of the 18th century. In the 17th and 18th centuries, ... The Old Inn, Crawfordsburn has been in existence since the 17th century. Records show this building to have been standing in ... Crawfordsburn originated in the 17th century as a small settlement on an important routeway along North Down. It was named ...

*  Theodoor Boeyermans - Wikipedia

Together with Jan-Erasmus Quellinus, Boeyermans was one of the last important 17th-century Flemish history painters. His style ... 2015 Dirck van Delen at the Netherlands Institute for Art History (in Dutch) Theodore Boeyermans, Madonna and child at Otto ... He was mainly a painter of history and allegorical paintings. The artist received many important commissions for churches in ... Pelican history of art. New Haven: Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-07038-1. ...

*  Pennsic War - Wikipedia

The event centers on pre-17th century history and culture with all campers dressing in medieval clothing. The winners of the ... HERSTAĐR-SAGA: An Incomplete History of Pennsic © Folump Enterprises "Pennsic War History". PennsicWar.org. Retrieved August 15 ... According to the HERSTAĐR-SAGA: An Incomplete History of Pennsic, One day, almost 30 years ago, Cariadoc of the Bow, the King ...