Historical Events In 1617
Saturday, 16 February 2019
Jan 01 In the year 1617 hendrick Goltzius, Dutch painter/cartoonist/engraver, dies
Jan 17 On this day in history pieter C Bockenberg, Dutch historian, dies at 68
Feb 04 Louis Elsevier, Dutch publisher, dies at about 76 in the year 1617.
Feb 06 On this day in history prosper Alpinus, Italian physician/botanist, dies at 63
Feb 09 In the year 1617 hans Christoph Haiden, composer, dies at 44
Mar 04 On this day in history arcangelo Crivelli, composer, dies at 70
Mar 09 Sweden & Russia sign Peace of Stolbowa in the year 1617.
Mar 20 On this day in history franciscus Aguilon, physicist/theologist/mathematician, dies at 50
Apr 03 Antimo Liberati, composer on this day in history.
Apr 04 John Napier, Scottish mathematician/inventor (logarithms), dies on this day in history.
Apr 24 In the year 1617 carlo Concino, French marquis of Ancre/state advisor, murdered
May 07 On this day in history david Fabricius, German astronomer, dies at 53
May 23 In the year 1617 elias Ashmole, antiquary
Jun 28 Johan Evertsen de Captain, Swiss admiral, dies in battle in the year 1617.
Aug 08 Adriaan W "Joris" van Geel, Flemish missionary (Bantu Dictionary) on this day in history.
Aug 13 Johann A Quenstedt, German Lutherian theologist on this day in history.
Aug 23 On this day in history 1st one-way streets open (London)
Aug 23 First one-way streets established (London) in the year 1617.
Sep 27 Johan Earnest count of Nassau-Siegen, dies in the year 1617.
Oct 02 On this day in history isaac Oliver, miniature painter, dies
Oct 09 Peace of Pavia (Spain & Savoye) on this day in history.
Oct 11 In the year 1617 franchois Vranck, economist/writer (Deduction), dies at about 62
Oct 31 Laurens Reael resigns as governor-general of East-Indies on this day in history.
Nov 10 Barnabe Rich, English soldier and writer on this day in history.
Nov 22 Ahmed I, 14th sultan of Turkey (1603-17), dies in the year 1617.
Dec 16 In the year 1617 spanish viceroy Hernando Arias de Saavedra founds provinces Rio de la Plata (Argentina)/Guaira (Paraguay)