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Abd al-Aziz al-Fishtali
Abu Abdallah Mohammed al-Murabit al-Dila'i
António das Chagas
George Morton (Pilgrim Father)
Hans Jakob Christoffel von Grimmelshausen
James Davis (mariner)
Johannes Vodnianus Campanus
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John Archer (physician)
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John Davies of Hereford
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John Smith (explorer)
Robert Chester (poet)
Thomas Eccleston (Jesuit)
Thomas Eyre (Jesuit)
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Unbound - 26 Treasures
Imagine you're in a museum. You might spot a gargantuan four-poster bed that was a 16th century pub tourist attraction or a threadbare sackcloth robe worn in...
Anne de Courcy: The Fishing Fleet
The Fishing Fleet was the name given to the shiploads of thousands of young single English women who sailed off to India in the 17th century in search of a h...
Elaine Showalter: "The Vintage Book of American Women Writers"
Elaine Showalter, professor emerita of English at Princeton University, presents an anthology of American women writers from the 17th century to today. Ms. S...
Piet Ketting - Three sonnets
Piet Ketting (1904-1984) Three sonnets (Shakespeare) : for a voice and pianoforte (1938) 1. Since I left you - 00:00 2. The little love-god - 03:45 3. Music ...
Literature and Politics in 17th Century London: Milton and Ralegh - Dr Anna Beer
The contrasting, but interconnected, experiences of two writers: Sir Walter Ralegh and John Milton. Ralegh was a prisoner in the Tower of London between 1603...
Bahia - Brazil
As the chief locus of the early Brazilian slave trade, Bahia is considered to possess the greatest and most distinctive African imprint, in terms of culture ...
Piet Ketting - Sonata for flute and piano
Piet Ketting (1904-1984) Sonata : no. 1, fluit en piano (1930) 1. Allegro, molto deciso - 00:00 2. Lento - 04:20 3. Allegro - 08:05 Eleonore Pameijer, flute ...
A 17th Century History for Girls Harlots, Housewives and Heroines BBC Documentary Part 3
Lucy looks at some of the most remarkable women of the age, including writers, actresses, travellers and scientists. Against a backdrop of religious and poli...
Paris, France - Video tour of Saint-Germain-des-Pres
http://www.missKrizia.com Paris [France] Saint-Germain Des Pres is an amazing neighourhood in Paris [France]! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7tWjSOM3JE The ...
Madrid: Huertas street and Santa Ana square - El Barrio de Huertas y la Plaza de Santa Ana
The neighboorhod of Huertas street and Santa Ana square - El Barrio de Huertas y la Plaza de Santa Ana The area around tthe Huertas street is one of the live...
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