DPL Historical Events Relating to Milton

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Scientist Galileo Galilei dies.Galileo was born in 1564.
The King James Bible is published.
Antonio Stradivari labels his first violin.
Edmund Spenser's epic The Faerie Queene (Books 1-6) is published.
John Dryden is appointed the Poet Laureate of Britain.
Andrew Marvell is appointed to be John Milton's Assistant in the Secretaryship.
Henry VIII's Act of Supremacy.
Guy Fawkes attempts the Gunpowder Plot and fails.
Sir Walter Raleigh is executed.Raleigh was probably born in 1554.
The Mayflower lands, and Plymouth colony is founded.
End of First Civil War in Britain.
Italian poet Ludovico Ariosto'ss epic Orlando Furioso is published.
Astronomer and mathematician Johannes Kepler dies.Kepler was born in 1571.
Francis Bacon dies.Bacon was born in 1561.
John Calvin dies.Calvin was born in 1509
End of the reign of Charles I. Start of the Commonwealth of Britain.
Start of the Reign of Henry VIII.
Oliver Cromwell dies, His son Richard succeeds him as Protector.
Theaters in Britain are closed.
End of the reign of James I. Start of the reign of Charles I.
William Shakespeare dies.Shakespeare was born in 1564.
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Start of First Civil War in Britain.
Sir Isaac Newton's manifesto Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica is published.
The Great Fire of London.
John Donne, the Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral, publishes a series of sermons, Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions.'Never send to know for whom the bell tolls...'
Michelangelo dies.Michelangelo was born in 1475
The Commonwealth is ended. Start of the reign of Charles II.
The Great Plague.
Second Civil War in Britain.
Cervantes's Don Quixote is published.Part II of Don Quixote was published ten years later.
Descartes' Principia Philosophicae is published.'Cogito, ergo, sum.'
Nicolaus Copernicus dies. This same year, his landmark book Concerning the Revolutions of the Celestial Spheres is published.Copernicus was born in 1473.
End of the reign of Edward VI. Start of the reign of Mary I.Mary I is the daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon.
Italian Poet Torquato Tasso's epic Gerusalemme Liberata is published.
John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress is published.Part II of Pilgrim's Progress was published in 1684.
The Royal Society is founded.
The theaters in Britain are reopened.
Jamestown is settled.
End of the reign of Henry VIII. Start of the reign of Edward VI.Edward VI is the son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour.
Shakespeare's First Folio is published.
End of the reign of Elizabeth I. Start of the reign of James I.James I of England is also known as James VI of Scotland.
End of the reign of Mary I. Start of the reign of Elizabeth I.Elizabeth I is the daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn.

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