4 edition of The first half of the seventeenth century found in the catalog.
The first half of the seventeenth century
Grierson, Herbert John Clifford Sir
|Statement||by Herbert J. C. Grierson.|
|LC Classifications||PN741 .G7 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 388 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||388|
|LC Control Number||78003812|
The ex officio oath developed in the first half of the seventeenth century, and was used as a form of coercion, persecution, and forcible self-incrimination in the religious trials of that era. It took the form of a religious oath made by the accused prior to questioning by the Star Chamber, to answer truthfully all questions that might be asked.  It gave rise to what became. During the seventeenth century Japan was a major producer of silver but almost none of its production was going back to Europe. Probably, Catharina’s silver came from Potosí, the most productive mining city during the first half of the seventeenth century, which also helped to enrich Spain and to consolidate its empire in South : Sapere Aude.
Generation is the story of the exciting, largely forgotten decade during the seventeenth century when a group of young scientists-Jan Swammerdam, the son of a Protestant apothecary, Nils Stensen (also known as Steno), a Danish anatomist who first discovered the human tear duct, Reinier de Graaf, the attractive and brilliant son of a rich and successful Pages: COMPOUND INTEREST IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY BY C. G. LEWIN, F.I.A. RICHARD WITT’S Arithmeticall Questions, published in , was a landmark in the history of compound interest. In a previous paper (J.I.A. 96, ) I have described the book and attempted to show why it is so by:
Start studying 17th century english test. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. the great poet and dramatist ofthe early seventeenth century, exerted a tremendous influence overthe literary ideals and practices of his own agae and of succeeding ages. although it seems at first to be self. Also, the first book-length effort to consider the Chesapeake country as a unit, rather than as two political divisions. They are certainly right about popular interest. The early `70s saw a boom in tourism interest in Williamsburg (18th century), but almost nothing at Jamestown.5/5(2).
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the first half of the seventeenth century () the first half of the. seventeenth century. herbert j. grierson, m.a. chalmers professor of english literature. in the university of aberdeen. william blackwood and sons edinburgh and london.
List of Illustrations Notes on Contributors Introduction Alexander S. Wilkinson Part 1 Surveys of the Book Trade 1 A Maturing Market: The Iberian Book World in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century Alexander S. Wilkinson 2 Printing in Antwerp in the Early Seventeenth Century and Its Connections with the Iberian World César Manrique Figueroa 3 The.
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The Early Porcelain Kilns of Japan: Arita in the First Half of Cited by: 4. The first half of the seventeenth century produced more than one poet of singular interest, poets whose work has a deeper personal note than that of most of the Elizabethans, and in Milton and Herrick two, in different ways, consummate artists, but the general level of poetical expression and verse, as judged, say, from the eulogistic poetry.
In category 17th century, 2nd half The seventeenth century has gone down in Russian history as an age of revolt. Between the Time of Troubles andthe year of the last revolt by the Streltsy, there were several large-scale popular uprisings, and many minor ones.
They were particularly strong and frequent in the middle and latter half of the century. William Lambarde, Archion (London: Printed for Daniel Frere, ); 8vo; contemporary plain sheep binding; framed in blind by double fillets; first half of the seventeenth century (c) Even the plainest bindings in the sixteenth century featured some element of decoration, be it a roll or pattern made from small tools.
during the first half of the seventeenth century. being the ford lectures delivered at oxford in by the rev. george edmundson, m.a.
f.r.g.s. f.r. hist. late fellow and tutor of brasenose college honorary member of the dutch historical society (utrecht) foreign member of the society of netherlands literature (leyden) oxford at the.
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31 In the s and s, at the request of the emperor, French Jesuits imported to Peking some Western medicinal substances, such as snakestones, theriac, and cinchona, the so-called Jesuit bark, which in was used to Cited by: 2.
Description. Profusely illustrated, the first half of Mrs. Jester’s book lays the groundwork with accounts of the first dwellings at Jamestown, the arrival of women to the colony, living off the land, improvements in supply from England, construction of clapboard houses, typical cargo manifests, and, finally, the appearance of plantation houses.
Anglo-Dutch Rivalry During the First Half of the Seventeenth Century being the Ford lectures delivered at Oxford in Alternate Title: Anglo-Dutch Rivalry During the First Half of the 17th Century Language: English: LoC Class: DA: History: General and Eastern Hemisphere: Great Britain, Ireland, Central Europe: LoC Class.
Studies in Seventeenth-Century Imagery (SUSSIDI ERUDITI, issues No. 16 & 17) Rome, Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 4to. 2 vols (the first part being the offset reprint Sussidi Eruditi no. 16 of the edition): p., with 77 facsimile illustrations throughout, including a full-page portrait; (4) p., most gatherings uncut.
In the second half of the book Beasley examines how historians and literary critics subsequently portrayed the seventeenth century literary realm, Beasley argues that many women were not only writers, they also served as critics for the literary sphere as a whole.3/5(2).
The 17th century was the century that lasted from January 1,to Decem It falls into the Early Modern period of Europe and in that continent (whose impact on the world was increasing) was characterized by the Baroque cultural movement, the latter part of the Spanish Golden Age, the Dutch Golden Age, the French Grand Siècle dominated by Louis XIV, the Centuries: 16th century, 17th century, 18th century.
The Concepts of Universal Monarchy and Balance of Power in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century—A Case Study Chapter: (p) 4 The Concepts of Universal Monarchy and Balance of Power in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century—A Case Study Source: International Law and Empire Author(s): Peter Schröder Publisher: Oxford University Press.
I was reading this which brought old Olearius back to mind. A highlight of my misspent youth was sitting in the reading room of the old British Library gazing up at the great blue dome looking at the fine cracks running across the plaster while waiting for a book about rhubarb to be brought in by dispatch courier from one of the many locations around London where the books were actually /5.
The second edition of a work first published in Italian in Ten years later, a second volume would join this initial one. Considers the use of emblems and devices in printed publications of the seventeenth-century.
The first half of the book explores the history and use. From the first half of the seventeenth century we have some very old specimens of rayeshnik verse, an extremely old collection of incantations, the manuscripts of the oral poetic Tale of the Kievan Bogatyrs and songs about Grigory Otrepyev.Jūratė Kiaupienė was educated at the University of Vilnius, and was a senior research officer of the Institute for Lithuanian History in Vilnius and a professor of Vytautas the Great University (Kaunas).The focus of her research is the history of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
Her publications include: “Mes Lietuva”.Lietuvos Didžiosios Kunigaikštystės bajorija XVI a.A slave revolt erupted in New York City in that cost the lives of a dozen whites and caused the execution of 21 blacks.
More than fifty resentful South Carolina blacks exploded in revolt in and tried to march to Spanish Florida, only to be stopped. But in the end, the slaves in the South proved to be a more manageable labor force than.