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  1. History of China (45919 bytes)
    51: ...59 to 69 of the Zizhi tongjian of Sima Guang, translated and annotated by Rafe de Crespigny and origin...
    55: ... to the Hou Hanshu.'' Draft annotated English translation.[http://depts.washington.edu/uwch/silkroad/t...
    56: ...een 239 and 265 CE.'' Draft annotated English translation. [http://depts.washington.edu/uwch/silkroad/...
    58: ...arly Stage 125 BC – AD 23: an annotated translation of chapters 61 and 96 of the History of the ...
    110: ...rebellions within China itself, and in the previously subject Kingdom of [[Nanzhao]] to the south. One...
  2. Artemisia Gentileschi (23093 bytes)
    20: .... After her mother's death in [[1651]], Prudenzia slipped into obscurity and little is known of her su...
    42: ...o famous in Rome); the "Venere Dormiente" (''"The Sleeping Venus"''), today at [[Princeton]]; the [[Es...
    81: ...apoli|Museo Capodimonte]], [[Napoli]], [[1636]]-[[1637|37]].
  3. Silk (8683 bytes)
    38: ==Islam==
    39: In Islamic law, there is a prohibition upon Muslim men from wearing silk (as well as gold). While ...
    40: http://www.islamonline.net/fatwa/english/FatwaDisplay.asp?hFatwa...
    57: ... to the Hou Hanshu.'' Draft annotated English translation.[http://depts.washington.edu/uwch/silkroad/t...
    58: ...een 239 and 265 CE.'' Draft annotated English translation. Appendix E. [http://depts.washington.edu/uw...
  4. Netherlands (35958 bytes)
    32: Religion = [[Christianity]], [[Islam]], [[Hinduism]] and [[Judaism]] |
    66: ...set-inflation bubble, the [[tulipomania]] of 1636-1637, and, according to Murray Sayle, the world's firs...
    72: During the [[19th century]], The Netherlands was slow to industrialize compared to neighboring countr...
    102: ...risian language]]) - north, better known as ''Friesland''; capital: [[Leeuwarden]]
    130: ...ng the famous [[polders]]. In [[1932]], the ''[[Afsluitdijk]]'' (English "Barrier Dike") was completed...
  5. Rhode Island (15004 bytes)
    2: Name = Rhode Island |
    3: Fullname = The State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations |
    4: Flag = Rhode Island state flag.png |
    5: Flaglink = [[Flag of Rhode Island]] |
    6: Seal = Rhode Island state seal.png |
  6. Timeline of United States pre-history (1600-1699) (5684 bytes)
    18: *[[1619]]-First African [[slavery|slaves]] arrive at Jamestown
    32: *[[1636]]-[[Rhode Island Colony]] founded by Roger Williams
    34: *[[1637]]-[[New Haven Colony]] founded
  7. Thomas Hobbes (26163 bytes)
    14: ...History of the Peloponnesian War]], the first translation of that work into [[English language|English...
    16: ...aris, held together by [[Marin Mersenne]]. From [[1637]] he considered himself a philosopher.
    22: Hobbes came home, in 1637, to a country riven with discontent which disrupt...
    36: ...d Politick]]''). In [[1651]] he published his translation of the ''[[De Cive]]'' under the title of ''...
    62: ...exposed by Wallis, before allowing an English translation of the ''De Corpore'' to appear in 1656. But...
  8. Rene Descartes (17976 bytes)
    39: ...g deceived, then surely "I" must exist. Most famously, this is known as ''cogito ergo sum,'' ("I think...
    41: ...the use of the senses; however, these have previously been proven unreliable. So Descartes concludes t...
    56: ...itical edition, which includes an early Dutch translation, is edited by Giovanni Crapulli (The Hague: ...
    57: ...losophy. ''Man'' was first published in Latin translation in 1662; ''The World'' in 1664.
    58: * 1637. ''Discours de la m├ęthode'' (''[[Discourse on Me...
  9. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    162: *[[Monroe Beardsley]], (1915-1985)
    490: *[[Miroslaw Dzielski]], (1941-1989)
    559: *[[Robert Fludd]], (1574-1637){{fn|C}}{{fn|R}}
    652: *[[Wawrzyniec Grzymala Goslicki]] (1530-1607)
    705: *[[Eduard Hanslick]], (1825-1904){{fn|R}}
  10. Linnaean classification (11503 bytes)
    7: ... His original commentary is now lost, but its translation into Latin by [[Michael Scot]] survives.
    11: ...Malpighi]] (1628–1694), [[Jan Swammerdam]] (1637–1680), and [[Robert Hooke]] (1635–170...
    21: ...nnaeus' system made it easy to identify unambiguously any given species of plant or animal. He proceed...
    268: [[sl:Sistematika]]
  11. Vernier scale (1907 bytes)
    1: ...ch]] mathematician [[Pierre Vernier]] ([[1580]]-[[1637]]). In some languages, this device is called a ''...
    8: ... start of the data scale. Its gradations are at a slightly smaller spacing than those on the data scal...
  12. Scientific method (40667 bytes)
    23: ...uiding principles. The following quote from his [[1637]] treatise, ''[[Discourse on Method]]'' presents ...
    85: ... upon realizing that certain terms had not previously been sufficiently clearly defined. For example, ...
    217: ...n a scientific method — work that too obviously violates the constraints will be difficult to pu...
  13. Opera (25153 bytes)
    11: ... opera which is essentially presented in a restlessly melodic arioso style throughout. All types of si...
    33: ...t remain confined to court audiences for long; in 1637 the idea of a "season" ([[Carnival]]) of publicly...
    69: ...trum, in part as a function of the more general [[Slavophilism]] movement.
    84: ...an opera must be realized in a production, even a slender one, for its impact. Thus there exists a "so...
  14. New Sweden (3805 bytes)
    8: ...aunched from the port of [[Gothenburg]] in late [[1637]]. [[Samuel Blommaert]] assisted with the fitting...

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