Events noted in 1600

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1590 1605


Born: Aitzema, Leo D' a gentleman of Frizeland

“Dicta de Lapide philosophico,” Alanus De Insulis surnamed the Universal Doctor

Born: Alard, Lambert son of the preceding

Died: Alberti, Solomon the pupil of Jerome Fabricius at Padua

“Caii, veteris jurisconsulti, institutionum fragmenta cum commentario,” Aleander, Jerome called the younger

Born: Alesio, Matthew Perez D' born at Rome (?–1600)

Born: Alix, Peter a French writer of considerable spirit

Died: Amalthei, Cornelius the youngest of the Amalthei

“Istorie Florentine dopo la fondatione di Fierenze insino all' anno 1574,” Ammirato, Scipio an eminent historian

Died: Angelucci, Theodore in Latin Angelutius

“Chronicon, sive Annales Schireuses,” Aventin, John author of the Annals ofBavaria

“Institutionum Moralium, tomi tres,” Azorius, John a learned Jesuit of the sixteenth century

Born: Bangius, Thomas doctor and professor of divinity in the university of Copenhagen

Died: Baro, Peter a learned divine

Born: Benn, William a nonconformist clergyman of Dorsetshire

Born: Berthauld, Peter a French historian

“Opus fastorum antiquitatis Romanae,” Beuther, Michael a learned German writer

“Chorographie, ou Description de la TerreSainte,” Bignon, Jerome a French writer

Born: Birckbek, Simon an English divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Blanchard, James an eminent painter

Born: Bridge, William one of the most eminent nonconformists of the seventeenth century

Born: Brinsley, John a non-conformist divine

“Hist, chronologique da dernier siecle, e.” Buffier, Claude a learned metaphysician

Born: Calamy, Edmund an eminent nonconformist divine in the seventeenth century

Born: Caletti, Joseph called IL Cremonese

Born: Cano, Alfonso a Spanish artist

“Delicia) Poetarum Italorum,” Capilupi, Lelio of Mantua

Died: Case, John a physician and philosopher of Oxford

Born: Cerquozzi, Michael Angelo an eminent painter

Died: Chytræus, David whose family name was Kochhafe

Born: Claude, Lorraine properly Claude Gele'I;

“Geneve Plagiaire,” Cotton, Peter a Jesuit

Born: Crisp, Tobias a puritan writer of considerable eminence

Born: Crispus, Anthony a divine and physician

“Observations on the five first books of Caesar’s Commentaries of the civil wars,” Edmondes, Clement son to sir Thomas Edmondes

“Observations on the sixth and seventh books of Caesar’s Commentaries,” Edmondes, Clement son to sir Thomas Edmondes

“Histories memorabiles Genesis per Esteram Inglis Gallam,” English, Hester a French woman by extraction

“Catechism,” Fabricius, Andrew a learned popish divine in the sixteenth century

“Periciihim Medicum, seu Juvenilium Faeturae priores,” Fabricius, James an eminent physician

“De Visione, Voce, et Auditu,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

Born: Faret, Nicholas a French wit and poet

“A Treatise of Faith,” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

“Rerum Germanic-arum scriptores,” Freher, Marquard a German

“An historical collection of the continual factions, tumults, and massacres -of the Romans before the peaceable empire of Augustus Caesar,” Fulbeck, William an English law-writer

“A direction or preparative to the study of the Law,” Fulbeck, William an English law-writer

Born: Geree, John an English divine of the puritan cast

Died: Glanvil, Sir John younger son of John Glanvil of Tavistock in Devonshire

Born: Gomersal, Robert a divine and poet of the seventeenth century

Born: Goodwin, Thomas a famous nonconformist of the independent class

Born: Grasswinkel, Theodore a learned lawyer

Born: Guiran, Galliard a French antiquary

“Leo’s Geographical History of Africa,” Hakluyt, Richard an eminent naval historian

Died: Heerbrand, James a German divine

“Silius Italicus,” Heinsius, Daniel a celebrated scholar and critic

Born: Heylin, Dr. Petek an English divine

Died: Hooker, Richard an eminent English divine

Died: Horstius, James an eminent physician

“Defence of a treatise touching the Sufferings and Victory of Christ in the work of our Redemption,” Jacob, Henry the founder of the first independent or congregational church in England

“Ecloga Oxonio-Cantabrigiensis,” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

“Grammaticae Latinae, Graccae, & Hebraicse, compendium, cum radicibus,” Knolles, Richard author of an excellent History of the Turks

Born: Lawes, Henry an English musician

Born: Leo De St. John a French monk

Born: Machault a Jesuit also

“De fide,” Maldonat, John a very learned Spanish Jesuit

Born: Marolles, Michel De an industrious French translator

Born: Moulin, Peter Du son of the preceding

“Summer’s Last Will and Testament,” Nash, Thomas a dramatic poet and satirist of queen Elizabeth’s reign

Born: Naudé, Gabriel a learned French writer and bibliographer

Born: Nicole, John father of the celebrated Peter Nicole

Died: Nicot, John a learned Frenchman

Born: Ogilby, John a very industrious adventurer in literary speculations

Born: Palafox, John De natural son of James de Palafox (16001659)

Died: Paul De Vincent, St. a worthy ecclesiastic of the Romish church

“Onosandri Strategicus,” Portus, Æmilius son of the preceding

Born: Price, John in Latin Pricæus

Born: Prynne, William an English lawyer

Born: Puy-Segur, James De Chastenet, Lord Of lieutenant-general under Louis XIII. and XIV. was of a noble family in Armagnac

Died: Sanchez, Francis an eminent classical scholar of the sixteenth century

Born: Sanson, Nicolas a celebrated French geographer

“Epistolse,” Scaliger, Juuus Caesar a very learned and eminent critic

“Deipnosophists,” Scrimzeor, Henry one of the most learned men of the sixteenth century

Born: Sedgwick, Odadiah a nonconformist divine

“A Discourse ok Life and Death, written in French by Phiiip Mornay, done into English by the countess of Pembroke, dated May 13, 1590, Wilton:” Sidney, Mary countess of Pembroke

Died: Smith, Henry an English divine of popular fame in the sixteenth century

Born: Spanheim, Frederic professor of divinity at Leyden

“De vera Christi Ecclesia,” Sutcliffe, Matthew an English divine of considerable abilities in controversy

“Historia de la orden di S. Geronimo,” Tibaldi otherwise Pellegrino

“On St. Luke,” Tolet, Francis a learned cardinal

Died: Ursinus, Fulvius an eminent classical scholar and antiquary

“A collection of learned Discourses,” Ursinus, Zachary one of the most celebrated Protestant divines of the 16th century

Died: Velasquez, Don Diego Velasquez De Silva an eminent Spanish history and portrait painter

Died: Verdier, Antony, Seigneur De Vauprivas a very useful biographer and bibliographer

Born: Walton, Brian a learned English bishop


“Difesa per riparare alia sommersione del Polesine,” Aleotti, John Baptist an Italian architect

Died: Ammirato, Scipio an eminent historian

“Rime,” Andreini, Isabella wife to the preceding

Born: Arnway, John descended of a good family in the county of Salop

Died: Ayrault, Peter in Latin Ærodius

Born: Beaune, Florimond De theson of Florimond de Beaune

“Le Cabinet de Minerve, &c.” Beroalde De Verville, Francis son to the preceding

Born: Besler, Michael Robert a physician at Nuremberg

“Discours de la ville de Rome, principales antiquitez & singularitez d'icelle,” Bignon, Jerome a French writer

Born: Booker, John one of those impostors who amused the public in the seventeenth century

“Several Treatises of Worship and Ceremonies,” Bradshaw, William an eminent puritan divine

Died: Brahe, Tycho a very celebrated astronomer

Born: Briet, Philip an able French geographer

“Speculum Artis Medicae Hippocraticae, exhibens dignoscendos curandosque morbos, in quo multa visuntur, quae a prjcclarissimis medicis intacta relicta erant,” Caesalpinus, Andrew an eminent botanist and physician

Died: Camden, William one of the most eminent English antiquaries

“Antiqute lectiones,” Canisius, Henry the nephew of Peter Canisius

“Gregorii Nysseni Epistola ad Eustathiam, Ambrosiam, & Basilissam, Gr. & Lat.” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

“De cecumenico pontifice” Chamier, Daniel an eminent French protestant divine

“Vita D. Chytraei memoriae posteritatis orationibus et carminibus consecrata,” Chytræus, David whose family name was Kochhafe

Died: Ciaconius, Alphonsus a Spanish author of considerable celebrity

Born: Compton, Spencer only son of William

“Disquisitiones Magicae,” Delrio, Martin Antony a very learned Jesuit

“Humble motives for association to maintain the religion established,” Digges, Thomas only son of the preceding Leonard Digges

Born: Earle, John successively bishop of Worcester and Salisbury (?–1665)

“Rariorum Piantarurn Historia,” Ecluse, Charles in Latin Clusius

Born: Eudes, John brother of the celebrated historian Mezerai

“Tractatus de Oculo, visusque Orgauo,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

Died: Fauchet, Claude a French antiquary of great fame

Born: Gaffarell, James a learned Rabbinical writer

“Recherches sur la nature et la guerison du Cancer,” Gendron, Claude Deshais a celebrated doctor of physic of the faculty at Montpellier

“Treatise concerning the Trinity,” Gill, Alexander head master of St

Born: Goar, James a learned French Dominican

Died: Goodman, Christopher a noted puritan

Died: Grant, Edward a man of eminent learning in the sixteenth century

“Penelope’s Webb,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“Adamus Exul,” Grotius, Hugo one of the most eminent names in literary history

Died: Heurnius, John a celebrated physician

Died: Hooker, John, an English historian

“Scriptores.” Ingulphus abbot of Croyland

“Origines,” Isidore, Sr. of Seville

Born: Kircher, Athanasius a philosopher and mathematician of considerable learning

Died: Lambarde, William an eminent lawyer and antiquary

Born: Launoi, John De a very learned man and voluminous writer

Died: Lyserus, Polycarp a learned Protestant theologian

Born: Maignan, Emanuel a religious minim

Born: Mellan, Claude a French engraver and designer

“Nicolai Monardi Libri tres, magna Medicinae secreta et varia Experimenta continentes,” Monardes, Nicholas a Spanish physician

Born: Oliver, Peter son and disciple of the preceding

“Hortus publi-, cus Academiae Lugduno-Batavae, ejus Ichnographia, descriptio, usus, &c.” Paaw, Peter a physician and anatomist

“Aristotelis de Ccelo libri quatuor,” Pacius, Juuus an eminent lawyer and philosopher

Born: Palmer, Herbert a learned and pious divine

Born: Patin, Guy a French physician

Born: Philips, Fabian author of several books relating to ancient customs and privileges in England

Died: Pinelli, John Vincent an Italian nobleman

Born: Plempius, Vopiscus Fortunatus an eminent physician

“A Letter concerning the News out of Ireland, and of the Spaniards landing, and the present state there,” Rider, John an Irish prelate

Born: Sacchi, Andrea an illustrious Italian painter

Born: Senault, John Francis an eloquent French divine

Died: Sidney, Mary countess of Pembroke

Died: Strein, Richard baron de Schwarrenaw

“La­<Tiinx in funere Ab. Ortelii, cum Ortelii vita,” Swert, Francis a Flemish historian and antiquary

Born: Tristan L'Hermite, Francis a French poet and dramatic writer

“On Polygraphy,” Trithemius, John a celebrated abbot of the Benedictine order

“Odes; in imitation of the seven penitential Psalmes. With sundry other poems and ditties, tending to devotion and pietie,” Verstegan, Richard principally known as an antiquary

“Physica,” Zabarella, James born Sept. 5


Born: Aelst, Evert a Dutch painter

Born: Agreda, Maria D' a singular impostor and enthusiast

“Genealogical tables of the house of Saxony,” Albinus, Peter a historian and poet

“Dissertatio iatromathematica,” Ampsingius, John Assuerus a native of the province of Over-yssel

“Liber Pontincalis” Anastasius Bibliothecarius so called because he was librarian of the church of Rome

Born: Arrowsmith, John an English divine and writer

“Topographia Hibernioe,” Barry, Girald usually called Giraldus Cambren­sis

“Historia Vaticinalis, de expugnatione Hiberniae,” Barry, Girald usually called Giraldus Cambren­sis

“Salmacis and Hermaphroditus” Beaumont, Francis third son of Francis

Born: Bellenden, William more generally known by his Latin name of Gulielmus Belendenus

“Oeuvres poetiques” Bertaut, John first chaplain to queen Catherine de Medicis

“De dignitate re gum Hispania?,” Bignon, Jerome a French writer

Born: Billi, Jacques De a Jesuit

Born: Blount, Sir Henry father to the preceding

“William of Wainflete,” Budden, John a civilian of Oxford

Died: Caracci, Lewis, Augustine, And Hannibal were celebrated painters of the Lombard school

“Survey” Carew, Ilichard author of the Survey of Cornwal

Born: Caryl, Joseph author of the well-known “Commentary on Job

Born: Champagne, Philip De a celebrated painter

Died: Cheyne, James professor of philosophy

Born: Chillingworth, William a divine of the church of England

Born: Codrington, Robert a miscellaneous writer and translator of the seventeenth century

“Corona Anni, hoc est, explicatio Evangeliorum et Epistolarum quae diebus dominicis et festis in ecclesia proponuntur; e Tubingeiisium, et aliorum Theologorum eonckmibus, conscripta,” Crusius, Martin a learned German scholar and antiquary

“Mirum in modo; a glimpse of God’s glory, and the soul’s shape,” Davis, John of Hereford

Born: Des Barreaux, James Vallee, Lord a French nobleman

“A complete Parson, or a description of advowsons and church livings, delivered in several readings, in an inn of chancery called the New Inn,” Doddridge, Sin John an eminent English lawyer

Born: Egmont, Justus Van a painter

Died: Facini, Peter a painter of history

“Oxoniensis in Anglia Academiae Descriptio,” Fitzherbert, Nicholas grandson also to sir Anthony Fitzherbert

“Rerum Bohemicarum scriptores,” Freher, Marquard a German

“The Pandects of the Laws of Nations; or the discourses of the matters in law, wherein the nations of the world do agree,” Fulbeck, William an English law-writer

“De bonis Maternis et Secundis nuptiis.” Gentilis, Scipio brother of Alberic Gentilis

Born: Greaves, John an eminent mathematician and antiquary

Born: Guericke, Otto counsellor to the elector of Brandenbourg

Died: Hutter, Elias a Protestant divine

Born: Jansen, Cornelius bishop of Ypres (?–1638)

Died: Junius professor of divinity at Leyden

Died: Junius, Francis son of the preceding

Born: Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

Born: Lightfoot, John a learned English divine

Born: Lilly, William a famous English astrologer

Born: Marmion, Shakerley a dramatic writer

Born: Marsham, Sir John a very learned English writer

Born: Maynard, Sir John a learned English lawyer

Born: Mazarin, Julius cardinal

“Medicina Practica, seu, de cognoscendis, discernendis, et curandis omnibus humani corporis affectibus,” Mercurialis, Jerome a learned and eminent physician

Born: Moine, Peter Le a French poet

“Theatrum Chemicum,” Moufet, Thomas a physician and naturalist of the sixteenth century

“The Return from Parnassus,” Nash, Thomas a dramatic poet and satirist of queen Elizabeth’s reign

“LaChroniquede Savoie,” Paradin, William a French historian

Died: Perkins, William a learned and pious divine

Died: Peucer, Gaspard a celebrated physician and mathematician

“Praxeos Medicae Tomi tres,” Plater, Felix an eminent physician

“Euripides,” Portus, Æmilius son of the preceding

Born: Priolo, Benjamin in Latin Priolus

Born: Quillet, Claudius an ingenious French writer

Born: Roberval, Giles-Personne an eminent French mathematician

“Tractatus de Excommunicatione,” Rollock, Robert the first principal of the college of Edinburgh

“Method! vitandorum errorum omnium, qui in Arte Medica contingunt, libri quindecim,” Sanctorius an ingenious physician

“Poetical Rapsody,” Sidney, Mary countess of Pembroke

“Orationes Academicae miscellaneas,” Stapleton, Thomas a celebrated controversialist on the side of the papists

“Euripides,” Stephanus, Paul son of the second Henry

“Narrationes Histories in Deorum Dearumque capita, ab Ortelio vulgata,” Swert, Francis a Flemish historian and antiquary

“De lingua Latina dissertatio,” Taubman, Frederic an eminent German critic

“On St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans,” Tolet, Francis a learned cardinal

Born: Tozer, Henry a learned divine who deserves to be recorded as a rare specimen of a doctrinal puritan

“Reruin Augustanarum Vindelicarum Libri Octo, quibus a prima Rhaetorum ac Vindelicorum origine ad annum usque 552 a Nato Christo nobilissimae gentis Historia et Antiquitates traduntur; ac antiqua monumenta, tarn quae Augusta?, quam quae in agro Augustano, quia et quae alibi extant ad res Augustanas spectantia sere incisa et notis illustrata exhibentur.” Velserus, Marcus a learned civilian

“Historiarum Britannise insulae ab origine mundi ad ann. Dom. octingentesimum, libri noveui,” White, Richard an English historian (1540–?)

Died: Whitgift, John archbishop of Canterbury in the reigns of queen Elizabeth and king James

“Speculum Roman. Pontificum Historicum,” Zegedin, Stephen De an eminent Lutheran divine


“Antichristi demonstratio, contra fabulas Pontificias, et ineptam Rob. Bellarmini de Antichristo disputationem,” Abbot, Robert eldest brother to the archbishop

Born: Abelli, Louis was born in the Vexin Francois

“Artemidorus on Dreams and Chiromancy,” Achmet an Arabian author

“Commentarius in Constitutiones Siciliae et Neapolis,” Afflitto, Matthew an eminent lawyer

“Darius,” Alexander, William a poet and statesman of Scotland

“Politica methodice digesta,” Althusen, John a German Protestant lawyer

“De Imperio Romano,” Andlo, Peter D' a lawyer and professor at Basil

“Industrie ad curandos animae morhos,” Aquaviva, Claudius son to John Jerome

Died: Azorius, John a learned Jesuit of the sixteenth century

Born: Balde, James an eminent German poet

“Oratio in Plinii Panegyricum,” Baudius, Dominic professor of history in the university of Leyden

Died: Beaton, James another nephew of the preceding

Born: Bloemart, Cornelius the youngest son of Abraham

“Epistolse” Bonciarius, Mark Anthony a distinguished Latin scholar and poet

“Consciones Funebres,” Brandmuller, John the eldest of a family who have made some figure in Swisserland

“Iconum sacraruni decas, in qua e subjectis Typis compluscula sanae doctrinse capita eruuntur,” Brett, Richard a learned English divine

“Chronicon Abbatum regalis monast S. Germani a Pratis,” Breulius, James a French antiquary

Died: Caesalpinus, Andrew an eminent botanist and physician

“Heroici characteres, ad illustriss. equitem Henricum Nevillum,” Carleton, George a learned bishop in the seventeenth century

Born: Castillo Y Saavedra, Antonio Del a Spanish painter

Died: Charron, Peter was born at Paris in 1541

Born: Cocceius, John was a famous Hebrew professor at Bremen

Born: Conrart, Valentin secretary of the French king’s council

Born: Costar, Peter a bachelor of the Sorbonne

Born: Croft, Herbert an eminent prelate

“Microcosmus, or the Discovery of the Little World,” Davis, John of Hereford

“Wonderful Year,” Decker, Thomas a dramatic writer of very little value

Born: Digby, Sir Kenelm who once enjoyed the reputation of a philosopher

“A treatise concerning Antichrist, in two books,” Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

“Historia martyrum Gorcomensium majori numero fratrum minorum,” Estius, William an eminent Dutch divine of the popish persuasion

“De Locutione, et ejus Instru mentis,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

Died: Fenton, Edward an English navigator in the reign of Elizabeth

Born: Ferne, Henry bishop of Chester

Died: Gilbert, William a learned physician

Born: Johnston, John an eminent naturalist

“Crymogeea, seu rerum Islandicarum libri tres, ibid. 1630,” Jonas, Anagrimus a learned Icelander

“In Galeni librum de ossibus doctissima et expertissima Commentaria,” Ingrassias, Jon Philip an eminent physician and medical writer

Born: Livingston, John a rigid but pious presbyter of the church of Scotland

“Treatise of the Plague, containing the nature, signs, and accidents of the same,” Lodge, Thomas, M. D. a dramatic poet

Born: Maistre, Antoine Le

“Atropoion Delion or the death of Delia, with the tears of her funeral. A poetical Discourse of our late Elizabeth,” Newton, Thomas a Latin poet

Born: Nuzzi, Mario commonly known by the name of Mario da* Fiori

“Dictionarium sacra? scripturee,” Ofihely, Maurice archbishop of Tuam

“An Answer to O. E. whether Papists or Protestants be true Catholics,” Parsons, Robert in both which ways he wrote his name

Born: Paulli, Simon a Danish professor and physician

“Commentaries on Aristotle,” Piccolomini, Francis a learned man of the same family

“Dictionarium Doricum Grseco-Latinum,” Portus, Æmilius son of the preceding

Born: Robinson, Hugh a learned divine and schoolmaster

Born: Scuderi, George De a French writer of eminence in his day

Died: Stenwyck, Henry called The Old

Born: Style, William a law-writer

“De Missa, adversus Bellarminurn,” Sutcliffe, Matthew an English divine of considerable abilities in controversy

Born: Thysius, Antony a celebrated Dutch philologer

Born: Tombes, John one of the most learned Baptist divines of the seventeenth century

“Vita et obitus Danielis Tossani,” Tossanus, Daniel a learned protestant divine

“De predictionibus Usserii.” Usher, James a most illustrious prelate

Born: Valesius, Henry a French critic of great abilities and learning

Died: Vieta, Francis a very celebrated French mathematician


“The reasons which Dr. Hill hath brought for the upholding of Papistry, unmasked and shewed to be very weak, &c.” Abbot, George archbishop of Canterbury (?–1633)

Died: Adriani, Marcel sonof the preceding

“The golden chain of Salvation,” Allibond, Peter father of the preceding

Died: Andreini, Isabella wife to the preceding

Born: Andrew, Tobias professor of history and Greek at Groningen

“Disputationes Feudales,” Antonius, Godefroy a celebrated German lawyer

“De veva Pctnitentia,” Argall, John an English writer

Born: Assouci, Charles Coypeau, Sieur D' called the Ape of Scarron

“DisputationUm Miscellanearum de variis Juris Givilis materiis, Jiber unus,” Bachovius, Reiner a very able lawyer of the seventeenth century

Born: Bagshaw, Edward a gentleman of a Derbyshire family

“the grandeur of Mexico,” Balbuena, Bernard De a Spanish poet

Died: Bayly, Thomas the fourth and youngest son of bishop Bayly

“Elogia virorurn Florentinorum,” Bocchi, Francis one of the most voluminous writers of Florence

Born: Boot, Gerard of a noble family

Born: Browne, Thomas a clergyman of the church of England in the seventeenth century

“Thesaurus Criticus,” Cagnati, Marsilius of Verona

“Astrologimania or, the Madness of Astrologers or, an Examination of sir Christopher Heydon’s book entitled ' A Defence of judicial Astrology 1” Carleton, George a learned bishop in the seventeenth century

“Translation of Seneca,” Chalvet, Matthew De in Latin Calventius

“Orations of St. Basil of Seleucia,” Dausque, Claudius a learned Jesuit

“The Christian’s Sanctuary,” Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

“Lectures upon the Fifteenth Psalm,” Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

Born: Eliot, John known by the title of the Apostle of the North American Indians

Born: Ent, George a very ingenious physician

Died: Episcopius, Simon a man of very uncommon parts and learning

“Opeca Anatomica, quan continent de formato Fretu, de formation* Ovi et Pulli, de Locutione et ejus Instruments, de Brutorum loquela,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

Born: Filmer, Sir Robert son of sir Edward Filmer

“De Monachatu Sancti Gregorii,” Gallonius, Anthony a native of Rome

Died: Gifanius, Hubertus a learned critic and civilian

“Paraeneticorum veterum pars prima,” Goldast, Melchior Haiminsfeld a laborious writer in civil law and history

“Asia, sive historia universalis Asiaticarum gentium, &c.” Gramaye, John Baptist an eminent antiquary

Born: Grandin, Martin a learned French divine

Born: Haberkorn, Peter a learned Lutheran divine

Died: Hall, Richard a Roman catholic writer

Died: Hanmer, Meredith an English divine of a very mixed character

Born: Hedelin, Francis at first an advocate

“A Position against vain-glorious> and that which is falsely called learned preactiing,” Jacob, Henry the founder of the first independent or congregational church in England

“Optical Astronomy,” Kepler, John the greatest astronomer perhaps that any age has produced (?–1630)

“The Anthologia, with a Latin version,” Lubin, Eilhard one of the most learned protestants of his time

Born: Mairet, John a French poet of later times

“Malecontent,” Marston, John an English dramatic author

Born: Mayne, Jasper an English poet and divine

Born: Menasseh, Ben Israel a celebrated rabbi

“A pleasant new History: or a Fragrant Posie made of three flowers: Rose, Rosalynd, and Rosemary,” Newton, Thomas a Latin poet

Born: Pagan, Blaise Francis Count De an eminent French mathematician

Born: Patru, Oliver a polite scholar

Died: Piccolomini, Francis a learned man of the same family

Died: Pighius, Stephen Vinand nephew to the preceding

“De Peregrinatione,” Pits, John an English biographer

Born: Pocock, Edward a learned English divine

“Syntagma hortationum ad Jacobuui Regem Anglise,” Renniger, Michael or

“Brevis excursus in Battologiam Quercetani, quo Alchemias principia funditus diruuntur, et Artis veritas demonstratur,” Riolan, John son of the preceding

Born: Sarasin, John Francis a French miscellaneous author

Born: Savage, Henry an English divine

Died: Socinus, Faustus nephew of the preceding

“Of the Fabrick of the Church and Church-men’s Living,” Tucker, William a learned divine of the sixteenth century

Died: Vos, Martin De a Flemish painter of the sixteenth century

“Thesaurus Ecclesise,” Willet, Andrew a learned divine (15621621)