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  • XVIe siècle | XVIIe siècle | XVIIIe siècleAnnées 1600 | Années 1610 | Années 1620 | Années 1630 | Années 16401620 | 1621 | 1622 | 1623 | 1624 | 1625 | 1626 | 1627 | 1628 | 1629
  • De jaren 1620-1629 (van de christelijke jaartelling) zijn een decennium in de 17e eeuw.
  • Gli anni 1620 sono il decennio che comprende gli anni dal 1620 al 1629 inclusi.
  • 1620ko hamarkadak 1620etik 1629. urtera bitarteko iraupena du, biak barne.
  • 1620年代は1620年から1629年までの10年間を指す。
  • This is a list of events occurring in the 1620s, ordered by year.=== 1620 ====== January–June === February 4 – Prince Bethlen Gabor signs a peace treaty with Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor. May 17 – The first merry-go-round is seen at a fair (Philippapolis, Turkey). June 3 – The oldest stone church in French North America, Notre-Dame-des-Anges, is begun at Quebec City, Quebec Canada.=== July–December === July 3 – Under the terms of the Treaty of Ulm, the Protestant Union declares neutrality and ceases to support Frederick V of Bohemia. July 15 – The ship Speedwell departs Delfshaven with the Leiden colonists and Pilgrims. August 5 (O.S.) – The Mayflower and Speedwell depart together from Plymouth, England, but the Speedwell starts to leak again and must stop. August 7 The mother of Johannes Kepler is arrested for witchcraft. Battle of Les Ponts-de-Cé, Poitou: French king Louis XIII defeats his mother Marie de' Medici. August 8 – Mysterious rain of frogs in Weil der Stadt September 6 (O.S.) – The Mayflower departs from Plymouth, England, on its 3rd attempt without the Speedwell, arriving on November 11 (Old Style date) at Cape Cod (named from Concord voyage of 1602). September 17–October 7 – Battle of Cecora: The Ottoman Empire defeats Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth–Moldavian troops. October 6 – The Roman Catholic Ras Sela Kristos, half-brother of the Emperor Susenyos crushes a group of rebels in at Mount Amedamit in Gojjam, who were opposed to Susenyos' pro-Catholic beliefs. November 3 – The Great Patent is granted to Plymouth Colony. November 8 – Thirty Years' War – Battle of White Mountain: Catholic forces are victorious in only two hours near Prague. November 21 (N.S.) – The Mayflower arrives inside the tip of Cape Cod, with the Pilgrims and Planters. Plymouth Colony settlers sign the Mayflower Compact (11 November, O.S.). December 21 – Plymouth Colony: William Bradford and the Mayflower Pilgrims land on what is now known as Plymouth Rock in Plymouth, Massachusetts.=== Date unknown === A severe frost in England, with the Thames frozen. 13 continuous days of snow in Scotland. On Eskdale Moor only 35 of a flock of 20,000 sheep survive. Francis Bacon publishes the Novum Organum (beyond Aristotle's Organon) on logical thinking. Two officers of the British East India Company attempt to claim the Table Mountain region (in present-day South Africa) for England, but fail. Shogun Tokugawa Hidetada restores Osaka Castle. Its current appearance dates from this remodeling. The modern violin is developed. Witch hunts begin in Scotland. Cornelius Drebbel, at the Thames, builds an undersea boat (history of submarines). Juan Pablo Bonet, teacher of deaf children in the Spanish court, creates the sign alphabet. Thirty Years' War (1618–1648) continues (principally on the territory of today's Germany). A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies by Bartolomé de las Casas and Origin and progress of the disturbances in the Netherlands by Johannes Gysius was re-published in the Netherlands.=== 1621 ====== January–June === February 9 – Papal Conclave of 1621: Pope Gregory XV succeeds Pope Paul V as the 234th pope. February 17 – Miles Standish is appointed as the first commander of Plymouth Colony. March 16 – Samoset, a Mohegan, visits the settlers of Plymouth Colony and greets them, "Welcome, Englishmen! My name is Samoset." March 22 – The Pilgrims of Plymouth Colony sign a peace treaty with Massasoit of the Wampanoags. March 31 – King Philip IV of Spain begins his 44-year rule. April – The Twelve Years' Truce between the Dutch Republic and the Spanish Empire expires, and both sides prepare to resume the Eighty Years' War. April 1 – The Plymouth, Massachusetts colonists create the first treaty with native Americans. April 5 – The Mayflower sets sail from Plymouth on a return trip to England. May 24 – The Protestant Union is formally dissolved. June 3 – The Dutch West India Company is founded. June 21 – Thirty Years' War: Twenty-seven Czech lords are executed on the Old Town Square in Prague as a consequence of the Battle of White Mountain. June 24 – Huguenot rebellions: Saint-Jean-d'Angély is taken after a 26 day siege by Royal forces.=== July–December === July 25 – Thirty Years' War: The Battle of Neu Titschein is fought; remnants of the Bohemian army manage to hold off the Imperial advance in Silesia for the moment. September–October – Battle of Khotyn: Polish troops hold off a large Ottoman army for over a month.August – Huguenot rebellions: Louis XIII besieges the Huguenot city of Montauban in the Siege of Montauban, but is forced to abandon his siege two months later. October – The Pilgrims of Plymouth Colony and Wampanoags celebrate a harvest feast (3 days), later regarded as the "First Thanksgiving", noted for peaceful co-existence. October 9 – The Treaty of Khotyn is signed between the Ottoman Empire and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, ending the First Polish-Ottoman War. November 11 – The ship Fortune arrives at Plymouth Colony, with 35 more settlers. December 31 – Thirty Years' War: The Peace of Nikolsburg is signed between Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor and Gabor Bethlen, Prince of Transylvania. Bethlen agreed to renounce his claims to Hungary. In return Bethlen received several counties and lands along the eastern border of the Holy Roman Empire, and Moravia was granted religious freedom.=== Date unknown === The Venezuelan city of Petare is founded by Spanish conquistadors as San Jose de Guanarito. The Swedish city of Gothenburg is founded by King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden. The king also grants city rights to Luleå, Piteå and Torneå (Tornio). Riga falls under the rule of Sweden. The Dutch mathematician and astronomer, Willebrord Snel van Royen (1580–1626), discovers the famous law of refraction, also known as "Snellius' law". Tamblot starts the Tamblot Uprising The Dutch East India Company sends 2000 soldiers under the command of Jan Pieterszoon Coen to the Banda Islands in order to force the local inhabitants to accept the Dutch trade monopoly on the lucrative nutmeg, grown almost exclusively on the Banda islands. The soldiers proceed to massacre most of the 15,000 indigenous inhabitants.=== 1622 ====== January–June === January 1 – In the Gregorian calendar, January 1 is declared as the first day of the year, instead of March 25. January 7 – Germany and Transylvania signs Peace of Nikolsburg. February 8 – King James I of England disbands the English Parliament. March 12 – Ignatius of Loyola, Francis Xavier, Teresa of Ávila, Isidore the Farmer and Philip Neri are beatified by Pope Gregory XV. March 22 – Jamestown massacre: Algonquian natives kill 347 English settlers outside Jamestown, Virginia (1/3 of the colony's population) and burn the Henricus settlement. This begins the American Indian Wars. April 19 – Richelieu is made Cardinal. April 22 – Hormuz is captured from the Portuguese by an Anglo-Persian force. April 27 – Thirty Years' War: A Skirmish at Mingolsheim is fought between Protestant forces under Mansfeld and Georg Friedrich of Baden-Durlach, against Imperial forces under Tilly. The Protestants win, but afterwards Tilly links up with a Spanish Army under Gonzalo de Córdoba, greatly increasing his strength. May – Huguenot rebellions: The Huguenot city of Royan is taken by royal forces after a short siege. May 6 – Thirty Years' War: While waiting for the Protestant forces of Christian of Brunswick to join them, Mansfeld and Georg Friedrich of Baden-Durlach split up their forces as a diversion for the Imperial army of Tilly. Their plan fails, as Tilly manages to cut off Georg Friedrich at Wimpfen. At the ensuing Battle of Wimpfen, Georg Friedrich's army is almost completely destroyed. May 13 – The Eendracht, a VOC ship and the second recorded European ship to make landfall on Australian soil, is wrecked off the western coast of Ambon Island, Dutch East Indies. May 20 – Ottoman Sultan Osman II is strangled by rebelling Janissaries, who revolted when they heard rumours that Osman II was planning to move against them. May 25 – The English ship Tryall, which left Plymouth, England for Batavia (now Jakarta), wrecks on the Tryal Rocks, 9 months later (wreck discovered in 1969). June 11 – Huguenot rebellions: The huguenot city of Nègrepelisse is taken after a short siege by royal forces. The entire population of the city is subsequently massacred, and the city is burned to the ground. June 20 – Thirty Years' War: Imperial forces under Tilly attempt to prevent Christian of Brunswick from moving his army across the Main river to link up with Mansfeld. At the Battle of Höchst, Tilly manages to inflict considerable casualties on the Protestant forces, as well as seizing Brunswick's baggage train. Nonetheless, the bulk of Brunswick's forces manage to unite with Mansfeld. June 24 – Dutch–Portuguese War: The outnumbered Portuguese forces successfully defend Macau from the Dutch fleet in the Battle of Macau, keeping a Portuguese foothold in the Far East.=== July–December === July 13 – Thirty Years' War: After Mansfeld fails to relieve the siege of Heidelberg, Frederick V, Elector Palatine, cancels Mansfeld's contract and disbands his army. The unemployed army of Mansfeld and Christian of Brunswick is subsequently hired by the Dutch. July 13 or July 14 – English and Dutch ships defeat the Portuguese near Mozambique. July 18 – Eighty Years' War: Bergen-op-Zoom is besieged by a Spanish army under the command of Ambrogio Spinola. August 29 – Thirty Years' War: While on their way to relieve the Siege of Bergen-op-Zoom in the Netherlands, the army of Mansfeld and Christian of Brunswick is blocked by a Spanish army led by Gonzalo de Córdoba. In the Battle of Fleurus, Cordoba manages to fight off the Protestant assault. The next day, Cordoba surprises the retreating Protestant army with his cavalry, resulting in the destruction of most of the Protestant army. September 6 – Spanish treasure fleet sinks off Marquesa Key in the straights of Florida Atocha, Margarita, and Rosario most heavily laden treeasure ships found in 20th century September 19 – Thirty Years' War: Heidelberg, the capital of the Electorate of the Palatinate, is taken by the Imperial army of Tilly after a three-month siege. October 2 – Eighty Years' War: After a siege of 86 days, Bergen-op-Zoom is relieved by a Dutch army led by Maurice of Nassau and Ernst von Mansfeld. October 18 – Huguenot rebellions: The first Huguenot rebellion ends with the signing of the Treaty of Montpellier. October 27 – Huguenot rebellions: The inconclusive Naval battle of Saint-Martin-de-Ré is fought between the Huguenot fleet of La Rochelle commanded by Jean Guiton, and a royal fleet under the command of Charles of Guise.=== Date unknown === Dutch ships under Joachim Swartenhondt, while escorting a convoy, repel a Spanish squadron near Gibraltar. Étienne Brûlé is the first European to see Lake Superior. Portugal loses control of the island of Ormus, after 107 years. Albertus Magnus is beatified, and Teresa of Ávila is canonized, by the Roman Catholic Church. "Rosicrucianism furor" in Paris. War between the Netherlands and Spain recommences after the Twelve Years' Truce (1609–1621). The Golden Horn freezes. First record of bottled spring water in England at Holy Well, Malvern.=== 1623 ====== January–June === February – France, Savoy, and Venice sign the Treaty of Paris, agreeing to cooperate in removing Spanish forces from the strategic Alpine pass of Valtelline. February 25 – Thirty Years' War: Duke Maximilian I of Bavaria becomes Elector of the Electorate of the Palatinate. March 5 – The first American temperance law is enacted, in Virginia. March 9 – Amboyna massacre: Ten men in the service of the British East India Company, nine Japanese and one Portuguese, are executed by the Dutch East India Company. March 20 – Richard Frethorne begins writing a letter to his parents from Jamestown, Virginia. April 11 – King Gwanghaegun of Joseon is deposed in a coup. He is succeeded by King Injo. April 29 – A fleet of 11 Dutch ships depart for the coast of Peru, seeking to seize Spanish treasure. June 14 – The first breach-of-promise lawsuit: Rev. Gerville Pooley, in Virginia, files against Cicely Jordan, but loses. June 29 – Première of Pedro Calderón de la Barca's first play, Amor, honor y poder, at the Court of Habsburg Spain.=== July–December === July – The ship Anne arrives from England at "New Plymouth" (Plymouth Colony), carrying more settlers, followed a week or two later by the Little James. August 6 Papal Conclave of 1623: Pope Urban VIII (Maffeo Barberini) succeeds Pope Gregory XV as the 235th pope. Thirty Years' War: Chased by the Count of Tilly's army, Christian of Brunswick's army attempts to flee to the Dutch Republic. Tilly's army catches Brunswick five miles from the border. In the resulting Battle of Stadtlohn, Christian's army is destroyed. September 10 – Murat IV (1623–1640) succeeds Mustafa I (1622–1623) as Ottoman Emperor. November 1 – Fire at Plymouth Colony destroys several buildings. November 8 – Publication in London of the "First Folio" (Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies), a collection of 36 of the plays of Shakespeare, half of which have not previously been printed.=== Date unknown === The Safavids recapture Baghdad. England first colonizes Saint Kitts and Nevis. Wilhelm Schickard invents his "Calculating Clock", an early mechanical calculator. Procopius' long-lost Secret History is rediscovered in the Vatican Library. Giambattista Marini publishes his long poem Adone. Tommaso Campanella publishes The City of the Sun. Johannes Rudbeck founds Rudbeckianska Gymnasiet, the first gymnasium in Sweden. The second Thanksgiving is celebrated at Plymouth Plantation. Erotomania is first mentioned in a psychiatric treatise. On the coast of Massachusetts Bay, the settlement that will become the City of Gloucester, Massachusetts is first inhabited by men from Dorchester, England. On the coast of New Hampshire, the settlement of Hilton's Point that will become Dover is established by men from London, England, the first European settlers in the state.=== 1624 ====== January–June === January 14 – After 90 years of Ottoman occupation, the Safavid empire recaptures Baghdad. January 24 – Afonso Mendes, appointed by Pope Gregory XV as Prelate of Ethiopia, arrives at Massawa from Goa. April 29 - Louis XIII of France appoints Cardinal Richelieu chief minister of the Royal Council. May 8 – A Dutch fleet captures Bahia, Brazil from the Spanish. 24 May - After years of unprofitable operation, Virginia's charter is revoked and it becomes a royal colony. June – The first Dutch settlers arrive in New Netherland; they disembark at Governors Island. June 10 – Treaty of Compiègne, signed between France and the Netherlands=== July–December === July or August – Portuguese Jesuit priest António de Andrade becomes the first European to enter Tibet. August – The Siege of Breda begins, and will continue for 10 months. August 5–14 – The King's Men perform Thomas Middleton's satire A Game at Chess at the Globe Theatre, London, until it is suppressed in view of its allusions to the Spanish Match. August 12 – Cardinal Richelieu is appointed by Louis XIII of France to be his first minister. Early October – Action of October 1624: A Tuscan/Papal/Neapolitan galley fleet defeats the Algerians near Sardinia.=== Date unknown === Martin Luther's German translation of the Bible is publicly burned by order of the Pope. The Netherlands establishes a trading colony at Tainan on Taiwan. The Virginia Land Company's charter is revoked and Virginia becomes a crown colony. The city of Oslo in Norway is destroyed by fire for the fourteenth time; King Christian IV of Denmark–Norway decrees its rebuilding on a new site where it will be renamed Christiania. Jakob Bartsch records the constellation Camelopardalis around the North Star. The Palace of Versailles is first built by Louis XIII, as a hunting lodge. The Japanese Shogun expels the Spanish from the land and severs trade with the Philippines. Mail service begins in Denmark. The University of Saint Francis Xavier is founded in Bolivia. Henry Briggs publishes Arithmetica Logarithmica. The French Parliament passes a decree forbidding criticism of Aristotle on pain of death. Queen Nzinga of Ndongo and Matamba starts to rule. The Latymer School and Latymer Upper School in London are founded by the bequest of Edward Latymer. The city of Dunfermline is destroyed by fire, but The Abbey, The Palace, the The Abbot House and many other buildings survive. Frans Hals produces the painting now known as the Laughing Cavalier.=== 1625 ====== January–June === January 17 – Led by the Duke of Soubise, the Huguenots launch a second rebellion against king Louis XIII with a surprise naval assault on a French fleet being prepared in Blavet. February – Huguenot forces under the Duke of Soubise capture the Island of Ré. March 25 – Battle of Martqopi is Safavid defeat in Georgia. March 27 – Charles Stuart (Charles I of England, Scotland and Ireland) succeeds James I of England. April 4 – Frederick Henry of Nassau marries Amalia, Countess von Solms-Braunfels. April 7 – Albrecht von Wallenstein is appointed German supreme commander. April 23 – Stadtholder Maurice of Nassau of the Dutch Republic dies and is succeeded by his younger brother, Frederick Henry. May 1 – A Portuguese-Spanish expedition recaptures Salvador, Bahia (Bahia) from the Dutch. May 15–May 16 – Rebellious farmers are hanged in Vocklamarkt, Upper Austria. June 2 – Prince Frederick Henry is sworn in as the stadtholder of Holland and Zeeland. June 5 – Eighty Years' War: Spanish troops under Ambrogio Spinola conquer Breda after a yearlong siege. June 13 – King Charles I of England marries Henrietta Maria, Princess of France and Navarre. June 18 – The English Parliament refuses to vote Charles I the right to collect customs duties for his entire reign, restricting him to one year instead.=== July–December === July – First attack from barbary pirates in south-western England. August 6 – Ernest Casimir of Nassau-Dietz is appointed as stadtholder of Groningen. August 16 – Ernest Casimir of Nassau-Dietz is appointed stadtholder of Drenthe. September 13 – A total of 16 rabbis (including Isaiah Horowitz) are imprisoned in Jerusalem. September 15 – After several skirmishes in the preceding days, troops under the Marquis of Toiras successfully recapture the island of Ré, forcing the Duke of Soubise to flee to England and ending the second Huguenot rebellion. September 24 – A Dutch fleet attacks San Juan, Puerto Rico. October 8 – Admiral George Villiers' fleet sails from Plymouth, England to Cadiz. October 25 – A Dutch fleet attacks the Portuguese garrison at Elmina castle at present-day Elmina, Ghana, but is defeated with heavy casualties. This defeat, along with the defeats at Bahia and Puerto Rico caused a 5-year-long lull in Dutch attacks on Spanish and Portuguese colonies. November 1–November 7 – George Villiers' fleet is defeated at Cadiz by the Spanish. December 9 – Thirty Years' War: The Netherlands and England sign the Treaty of The Hague, a military peace treaty for providing economical aid to king Christian IV of Denmark during his military campaigns in Germany.=== Date unknown === William Oughtred invents the slide rule. James Ussher becomes Archbishop of Armagh. The Dutch settle Manhattan, founding the town of New Amsterdam. The town would transform into a piece of what is now New York City. The First Savoine War is fought between the Republic of Genoa and the Duchy of Savoy. England: a very high tide occurs, described as being the highest ever known in the Thames, and the sea walls in Kent, Essex, and Lincolnshire are overthrown, and great desolation caused to the lands near the sea.=== 1626 ====== January–June === January 7 – Polish-Swedish War: Gustavus II Adolphus defeats a Polish army in the Battle of Wallhof, Latvia. January 9 – Peter Minuit sails from Texel Island for America's New Netherland colony, with 2 ships of Dutch emigrants. February 2 – King Charles I of England is crowned, but without his wife, Henrietta Maria, who declines to participate in a non-Catholic ceremony. February 5 – The Huguenot rebels and the French government sign the Treaty of Paris, ending the second Huguenot rebellion. February 11 – Emperor Susenyos of Ethiopia and Patriarch Afonso Mendes declare the primacy of the Roman See over the Ethiopian Church and Roman Catholicism the state religion of Ethiopia. April 25 – Thirty Years' War: Albrecht von Wallenstein defeats Ernst von Mansfelds army in the Battle of Dessau Bridge. May 4 – Peter Minuit becomes director-general of New Netherland for the Dutch West India Company. May 24 – Peter Minuit buys Manhattan from a Native American tribe (Lenape or Shinnecock) for trade goods, valued at 60 guilders ("$24"). June 15 – King Charles I of England dissolves the English Parliament.=== July–December === July 30 – An earthquake strikes Naples, killing 10,000. August 1 – Eighty Years' War: Ernst Casimir of Nassau-Dietz retakes Oldenzaal, forcing Spain to withdraw from Overijssel. August 27 – Thirty Years' War: Tilly defeats king Christian IV of Denmark's army in the Battle of Lutter. September 30 – Nurhaci, chieftain of the Jurchens and founder of the Qing Dynasty dies and is succeeded by his son Hong Taiji. November 6 – (O.S.) The ship Arms of Amsterdam arrives in Europe from New Netherland (left September 23) with the news: "They have purchased the Island Manhattes [Manhattan] from the Indians for the value of 60 guilders." (from P. Schagen letter dated November 7). November 18 – The new St Peter's Basilica in the Vatican is consecrated, the anniversary of that of the previous church in 326. December 1 – Pasha Muhammad ibn Farukh, tyrannical Governor of Jerusalem, is forced out. December 20 – Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor and Transylvanian monarch Bethlen Gabor sign the Peace of Pressburg.=== Date unknown === The Battle of Ningyuan in Xingcheng, Liaoning, China: With a much smaller force, the Ming Dynasty commander Yuan Chonghuan defeats the Manchu tribal leader Nurhaci, who dies soon after and is succeeded by Huang Taiji. When Quebec was first established its settlers depended on supplies sent from France. However, Champlain wanted the settlement at Quebec to be able to survive on its own. In 1626, Champlain decided to build a farm to raise livestock, or animals to provide food for the people living in the habitation. Champlain described the construction of Cap tourmente (Kap toor-mont) farm in one of his journals. The beginning of the Würzburg witch trial, which led to the mass executions of hundreds of people until 1631.=== 1627 ====== July–December === July 4–July 19 – Turkish Abductions: The Barbary pirates raid Iceland. July 20–August 19 – Eighty Years' War: Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange, lays siege to Grol, the last Spanish stronghold in the eastern Netherlands, and captures it after a 1-month siege. July 22 – The English, under the Duke of Buckingham, invade Ré Island in support of the Huguenots in La Rochelle. The invasion does not go well. July 27 – An earthquake destroys the cities of San Severo and Torremaggiore in southern Italy. September – The Siege of La Rochelle begins. November 20 – Thirty Years' War: Bogislaw XIV, Duke of Pomerania, signs the Capitulation of Franzburg, in which Pomerania is forced to pay for the Imperial army that Wallenstein sent to occupy it. Nonetheless, despite the treaty, Pomerania is devastated by the Imperial troops. November 28 – Polish-Swedish War: A Polish-Lithuanian fleet defeats a Swedish fleet in the Battle of Oliwa.=== Date unknown === A Dutch ship makes the first recorded sighting of the coast of South Australia. The aurochs are hunted to extinction, the last being killed by poachers in Poland. England places the first European settlers on Barbados. After the First Manchu invasion of Korea, the Joseon Dynasty of Korea becomes a tributary state of the Manchus, but still pays respects to the Ming Dynasty of China. After rejecting a Manchu alteration to the original diplomatic terms in 1636, the Manchus invade again in 1637. Rock blasting invented: black gunpowder is first used in mining, in a mineshaft under Banská Štiavnica, Slovakia. Archduke Ferdinand III of Austria, heir apparent of the Habsburg Monarchy and a future Holy Roman Emperor, already King of Hungary ascends to be king of the religiously troubled Bohemia where his (still living) father's repression of Protestantism had triggered the ongoing Thirty Years' War in 1618.=== 1628 ====== January–June === January 25 – Shah Jahan crowned as ruler of the Mughal Empire in Agra. March 1 – Writs issued in February by King Charles I required every county in England (not just seaport towns) to pay ship tax by this date. March 17 – Oliver Cromwell makes first appearance in the English Parliament as Member for Huntingdon. May–August 4 – Thirty Years' War: As a result of its refusal to accept the Capitulation of Franzburg, Stralsund is besieged by Wallenstein's imperial army. June 7 – King Charles I reconvenes the English Parliament and accepts the Petition of Right as a concession to gain his subsidies.=== July–December === August 4 – Thirty Years' War: With the help of Danish and Swedish reinforcements, Stralsund is able to resist Wallenstein's siege until the landing of a Danish army, led by Christian IV of Denmark, forces Wallenstein to raise the siege and move his army to confront the new threat. August 10 – The Swedish 64 gun sailing ship Vasa sinks on her maiden voyage in the Stockholm harbor. August 23 – George Villiers, the first Duke of Buckingham, is assassinated by John Felton. September 2 – Thirty Years' War: Wallenstein defeats Christian IV of Denmark's army in the Battle of Wolgast. September 6 – Puritans settle Salem, which will later become part of Massachusetts Bay Colony. September 7–September 8 – Eighty Years' War: Dutch admiral Piet Hein captures 16 ships of the Spanish treasure fleet in the Battle in the Bay of Matanzas. The immense booty taken brings in over 11 million guilders, part of which is used to fund the entire army of the Dutch republic for 8 months long. October 28 – The Siege of La Rochelle ends with the surrender of the Huguenots.=== Date unknown === William Harvey publishes Exercitatio Anatomica de Motu Cordis et Sanguinis in Animalibus in Frankfurt, containing his findings about blood circulation. Publication of Sir Edward Coke's Institutes of the Lawes of England begins with A Commentary upon Littleton. This will remain an influential legal text on both sides of the Atlantic for three centuries. The Collegiate School, today the oldest educational institution in North America, is established. The War of the Mantuan Succession breaks out over Mantua and Montferrat. The war is fought between the Duke of Savoy, who is supported by Spain, and the Duke of Nevers, who is supported by France.=== 1629 ====== January–June === February 11–June 19 – Around 350 English Puritans on six ships, led by Francis Higginson in the Lyon's Whelp, sail from Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, to Salem to settle in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in America as part of the Puritan migration to New England (1620–1640). March 4 – Massachusetts Bay Colony is granted a Royal Charter, and the county is the first to be created in the United States. The area covers almost all of the present-day state. March 6 – Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor issues the Edict of Restitution, ordering all Catholic properties lost to Protestantism since 1552 are to be restored. The Edict further provides that Catholics and Lutherans (but not Calvinists, Hussites or members of other sects) are to be allowed to practice their faith. March 10 – Charles I of England dissolves Parliament, starting the Eleven Years' Tyranny in which there is no parliament. April 30 – Eighty Years' War: Frederick Henry of Orange lays siege to 's-Hertogenbosch, one of Spain's most important fortresses along the Spanish-Dutch border. May 14–May 28 – Huguenot rebellions: After a 15-day siege, Louis XIII captures Privas. May 22 – Thirty Years' War: Christian IV of Denmark and Wallenstein sign the Treaty of Lübeck, ending Denmark's involvement in the Thirty Years' War. May 29 – Thirty Years' War: Prince Frederick of Denmark, the Lutheran administrator of the Prince-Bishopric of Verden, is expelled by the Catholic League as a result of the Edict of Restitution. He is replaced by the staunch catholic Francis of Wartenberg. June 4 – Dutch East India Company ship Batavia is wrecked on a reef near Beacon Island off Western Australia on her maiden voyage to the Indies. Following mutiny among the survivors, two exiled murderers become the first Europeans to settle in Australia. Their subsequent fate is unknown. June 7 – The Dutch States-General ratifies the Dutch West India Company's Charter of Freedoms and Exemptions, making it more attractive to invest in the colony of New Netherland in North America. June 17 – Huguenot rebellions: Alès surrenders after an intense siege. As a result, the leader of the Huguenot Rebellions, the Duke of Rohan, surrenders. June 17 – Anglo-Spanish War (1625): A Spanish expedition led by Fadrique de Toledo wipes out the English colony on Nevis.=== July–December === August 19 – Eighty Years' War: The Spanish garrison of Wesel is surprised by a small Dutch army, and the city is taken by the Dutch Republic. As Wesel functioned as principal supply base of Hendrik van den Bergh's army, the loss of supply forces him to retreat to the Spanish Netherlands, leaving him unable to intervene in the ongoing siege of 's-Hertogenbosch. August 21 – Huguenot rebellions: Montauban, one of the last Huguenot strongholds, surrenders without a fight to Richelieu's troops. August 29 – As a result of the Cambridge Agreement, the Massachusetts Bay Colony becomes a self-governing entity. September 7 – Anglo-Spanish War (1625): A Spanish expedition led by Fadrique de Toledo wipes out the English colony on St. Kitts. September 14 – Eighty Years' War: After a 5 month long siege, 's-Hertogenbosch surrenders to Frederick Henry. As a result of the capture of this key fortress, Spain's situation along the Spanish-Dutch border worsens greatly. September 25 – Polish–Swedish War (1625–1629): Sweden and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth sign the Truce of Altmark, ending the war in highly favourable terms for Sweden. September 27 – Huguenot rebellions: Louis XIII, King of France, signs the Peace of Alès, ending the Huguenot rebellions. The Huguenots are allowed religious freedom, but lose their political, territorial and military rights. October – Italian Plague of 1629-1631: the plague arrives in Milan. November 8 – Emperor Go-Mizunoo of Japan abdicates the throne in favour of his daughter, who becomes Empress Meishō.=== Undated === Fort Santo Domingo is built in Formosa by the Spanish settlers. Chongzhen, the Chinese emperor of the Ming Dynasty, reiterates the state prohibition against female infanticide, while the empire and the Chinese economy begins to crumble. In the same year, a third of the courier stations are closed down due to lack of government funds to sustain them. The rule of Nzinga of Ndongo and Matamba ends. Actresses are banned in Japan. William Alexander, 1st Earl of Stirling briefly establishes a Scottish colony at Port Royal, Nova Scotia.
  • Évszázadok: 16. század 17. század 18. századÉvtizedek: 1570-es évek 1580-as évek 1590-es évek 1600-as évek 1610-es évek – 1620-as évek – 1630-as évek 1640-es évek 1650-es évek 1660-as évek 1670-es évekÉvek: 1620 1621 1622 1623 1624 1625 1626 1627 1628 1629
  • Séculos: (Século XVI - Século XVII - Século XVIII)Décadas: 1570 1580 1590 1600 1610 - 1620 - 1630 1640 1650 1660 1670Anos: 1620 - 1621 - 1622 - 1623 - 1624 - 1625 - 1626 - 1627 - 1628 - 1629
  • 1620년대는 1620년부터 1629년까지를 가리킨다.
  • 1620-an Masehi adalah dasawarsa pada Milenium ke-2 dan Abad ke-17 yang dimulai dari tanggal 1 Januari 1621 hingga tanggal 31 Desember 1629.
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  • XVIe siècle | XVIIe siècle | XVIIIe siècleAnnées 1600 | Années 1610 | Années 1620 | Années 1630 | Années 16401620 | 1621 | 1622 | 1623 | 1624 | 1625 | 1626 | 1627 | 1628 | 1629
  • De jaren 1620-1629 (van de christelijke jaartelling) zijn een decennium in de 17e eeuw.
  • Gli anni 1620 sono il decennio che comprende gli anni dal 1620 al 1629 inclusi.
  • 1620ko hamarkadak 1620etik 1629. urtera bitarteko iraupena du, biak barne.
  • 1620年代は1620年から1629年までの10年間を指す。
  • Évszázadok: 16. század 17. század 18. századÉvtizedek: 1570-es évek 1580-as évek 1590-es évek 1600-as évek 1610-es évek – 1620-as évek – 1630-as évek 1640-es évek 1650-es évek 1660-as évek 1670-es évekÉvek: 1620 1621 1622 1623 1624 1625 1626 1627 1628 1629
  • Séculos: (Século XVI - Século XVII - Século XVIII)Décadas: 1570 1580 1590 1600 1610 - 1620 - 1630 1640 1650 1660 1670Anos: 1620 - 1621 - 1622 - 1623 - 1624 - 1625 - 1626 - 1627 - 1628 - 1629
  • 1620년대는 1620년부터 1629년까지를 가리킨다.
  • 1620-an Masehi adalah dasawarsa pada Milenium ke-2 dan Abad ke-17 yang dimulai dari tanggal 1 Januari 1621 hingga tanggal 31 Desember 1629.
  • This is a list of events occurring in the 1620s, ordered by year.=== 1620 ====== January–June === February 4 – Prince Bethlen Gabor signs a peace treaty with Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor. May 17 – The first merry-go-round is seen at a fair (Philippapolis, Turkey).
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  • Années 1620
  • 1620-1629
  • 1620-an
  • 1620-as évek
  • 1620-е годы
  • 1620er
  • 1620ko hamarkada
  • 1620s
  • 1620年代
  • 1620년대
  • Anni 1620
  • Años 1620
  • Dècada del 1620
  • Década de 1620
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