Robert Dowland
Robert Dowland (1591-1641). English lutenist and composer, son of John Dowland. He published two anthologies of lute music and ayres.A varietie of Lute less...
Estêvão de Brito
Concerto no Centro Cultural de Cascais.
Domenichino
Domenichino, discípulo de los Carracci, amigo de Reni y Albani, gran estudioso de la obra de los maestros del Cinquecento, en especial de Rafael de Urbino.
Hedwig of Denmark
Princess Hedwig of Denmark (5 August 1581 – 26 November 1641) was the youngest daughter of King Frederick II of Denmark and Sophie of Mecklenburg-Güstrow, and Electress of Saxony from 1602 to 16...
Artus Wolffort
Artus Wolffort (also Wolffordt and Wolffaert) (1581–1641) was a Flemish painter of history paintings, landscapes and portraits.
He was born in Antwerp and moved with his parents to Dordrecht in th...
Edward Popham (MP for Bridgwater)
Edward Popham (1581–1641) was an English Member of Parliament for Bridgewater in 1621, 1624, 1625 and 1626, and was also Sheriff of Somerset for the year 1622/23.
Popham was born on 11 November 15...
Hans Georg von Arnim-Boitzenburg
Johann or Hans Georg von Arnim-Boitzenburg (1583 Boitzenburger Land - April 28, 1641 Dresden) was a German general. At different times during the Thirty Years' War, he was a Field Marshal for the H...
Harjol
Harjol (1609 – 1641) was a consort of the Qing Dynasty ruler Hong Taiji. She was a niece of Empress Xiaoduanwen and an older sister of Empress Xiaozhuangwen.
Harjol was born of the Mongol Borjigit...
Giles Fettiplace
Giles Fettiplace (died 1641), of Poulton, Wiltshire, was an English politician.He was a Member (MP) of the Parliament of England for Devizes in 1601.
Pedro Nunes Tinoco
Pedro Nunes Tinoco (died February 8, 1641) was a Portuguese architect who worked in what George Kubler described as the 'Plain Style', and is known also as the patriarch of a number of a family of not...
Orazio Michi
Orazio Michi "dell'Arpa" (also Mihi; Alife, Campania, 1594 – Rome, 26 October 1641) was an Italian composer, and, as his nickname "of the harp" suggests, harpist.
Gillis II Coignet
Gillis II Coignet (Antwerp September 1586 - Antwerp after 1641) was a Flemish history and landscape painter.Gillis II was the son of Jacob Coignet (III) and Hester van Beringen. He married Magdalena ...
George, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg
George, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (17 November 1582, Celle – 2 April 1641, Hildesheim) ruled as Prince of Calenberg from 1635.He was a son of William, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1535–1592) and Dorot...
Samuel Naeranus
Samuel Naeranus (1582–1641) was a Dutch Remonstrant minister and neo-Latin poet, exiled in 1619 after the Synod of Dort.
He was born in Dordrecht, where his father Servatius was a preacher, and at...
Simon Norton (MP)
Simon Norton (1578–1641) was an English dyer and politician who was active in local government in Coventry and sat in the House of Commons from 1640 to 1641.Norton was the son of John Norton of ...
Pau Claris i Casademunt
Pau Claris i Casademunt ([ˈpaw ˈkɫaɾis]; January 1, 1586 – February 27, 1641) was a Catalan lawyer, clergyman and 94th President of Catalonia at the beginning of the Catalan Revolt. On January 16, 164...
Francesco Peparelli
Francesco Peparelli (died 1641) was an Italian architect during the 17th century. He designed the Palazzo Valentini and contributed to the design of Santa Maria in Traspontina. Peparelli taught and l...
Anthonie Verstraelen
Anthonie Verstraelen or Van Stralen (Gorkum, 1593/1594 - Amsterdam, 1641) was a Dutch landscape painter, best known (with Hendrik Avercamp and his nephew Barend Avercamp) for his winter scenes.Gillis ...
István Esterházy (1616–1641)
Count István Esterházy de Galántha (English: Count Stephen Esterházy of Galántha; 27 February 1616 – 4 July 1641) was a member of the wealthy Hungarian Esterházy family, eldest son of Palatine Nic...
William Ward (priest)
William Ward (real name Webster) (born at Thornby in Westmoreland, about 1560; executed at Tyburn, 26 July 1641) was an English Roman Catholic priest. He is a Catholic martyr, beatified in 1929.
H...
Otto III, Duke of Brunswick-Harburg
Otto III, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Lord of Harburg (20 March 1572 in Harburg – 4 August 1641 in Harburg) was a titular Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg and ruler of the apanage Brunswick-Harburg.
Severin Binius
Severin Binius (1573, Randerath, present-day Western Germany – February 14, 1641) was a German Roman Catholic priest, historian and critic.
He studied at the gymnasium of St. Lawrence, in Co...
Anne Lykke
Anne Lykke (April 30, 1595 – 1641) was a Danish noblewoman and royal mistress of Christian, Prince Elect of Denmark.
Anne Henriksdatter Lykke was born into one of Denmark's more prosperous noble f...
Balthasar I Moretus
Balthasar Moretus (23 July 1574 – 8 July 1641), usually called Balthasar I Moretus to distinguish him from later members of the family with the same name, was the head of the Officina Plantiniana, the...
Anthonie Schetz
Anthonie Schetz (1564, Antwerp - 1640 or 1641, Brussels), was a military commander in Habsburg service during the Eighty Years' War. He was baron (and from 1637 count) of Grobbendonk, lord of Tilburg ...
Thomas Hussey (Grantham MP)
Thomas Hussey (died 25 March 1641) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1640.Hussey was the son of Sir Edward Hussey, 1st Baronet and his wife Elizabeth Auton, daughter of Ge...
Thomas Mun
Thomas Mun (17 June 1571 – 21 July 1641) was an English writer on economics who has been called the last of the early mercantilists. He was among the first to recognize the exportation ...