|Centuries:||16th century - 17th century - 18th century|
|Decades:|| 1580s 1590s 1600s - 1610s - 1620s 1630s 1640s
|Years:||1615 1616 1617 - 1618 - 1619 1620 1621|
|1618 in topic:|
|Subjects: Archaeology – Architecture –|
|Art – Literature – Music – Science|
|Leaders: State leaders – Colonial governors|
|Category: Establishments – Disestablishments|
|Births – Deaths – Works|
Events of 1618 Edit
January - June Edit
- March 8 - Johannes Kepler discovers the third law of planetary motion (he soon rejects the idea after some initial calculations were made but on May 15 confirms the discovery).
- May 23 - The Second Defenestration of Prague - Protestant noblemen throw three representatives of Ferdinand II out of a window. The event precipitates the Thirty Years' War.
- June 14 – Estimated date when Joris Veseler prints the first Dutch newspaper Courante uyt Italien in Amsterdam.
- July 20 - Pluto reached, according to sophisticated mathematical calculations, its second most recent aphelion. The next one occurred in 1866, and the following one will occur in 2113.
July - December Edit
- August 29 - Johan van Oldenbarnevelt and Hugo Grotius are imprisoned by Maurice of Nassau.
- September 18 - marks the beginning of the 13th Baktun in the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar, the final phase of the Great Cycle.
- September 19-November 21 - Siege of Plzeň
- October 29 - English adventurer, writer, and courtier Sir Walter Raleigh is beheaded for allegedly conspiring against James I of England.
- November 13 - the Synod of Dordrecht has its first meeting.
- The markgraves of Brandenburg are granted Polish approval to inherit the Duchy of Prussia.
- Change of emperor of the Ottoman Empire from Mustafa I (1617-1623) to Osman II (1618-1622).
- The 3000 seat Teatro Farnese, the first permanent proscenium theatre, was built into the Great Hall of the Palazzo della Pilotta in Parma, Italy in 1618.
- The Chinese embassy presents tea to the Russian tsar.
|Gregorian calendar|| 1618 |
|Ab urbe condita||2371|
|Armenian calendar|| 1067 |
|Bahá'í calendar||-226 – -225|
|Coptic calendar||1334 – 1335|
|Ethiopian calendar||1610 – 1611|
|Hebrew calendar||5378 – 5379|
|- Vikram Samvat||1673 – 1674|
|- Shaka Samvat||1540 – 1541|
|- Kali Yuga||4719 – 4720|
|Iranian calendar||996 – 997|
|Islamic calendar||1027 – 1028|
|Japanese calendar|| Genna
|- Imperial Year|| Kōki 2278|
|Thai solar calendar||2161|
- January 1 - Bartolomé Estéban Murillo, Spanish painter (d. 1682)
- April 2 - Francesco Maria Grimaldi, Italian mathematician and physicist (d. 1663)
- April 13 - Roger de Rabutin, French writer (d. 1693)
- November 3 - Aurangzeb, Mughal Emperor of India (d. 1707)
- November - Simon Arnauld de Pomponne, French diplomat and minister of Louis XIV (d. 1699)
- date unknown
- See also 1618 births.
- February 20 - Philip William (b. 1554)
- March 23 - James Hamilton, Scottish politician (born c 1575)
- June 7 - Thomas West, English Governor of Virginia (b. 1577)
- August 23 - Gerbrand Adriaensz Bredero, Dutch writer (b. 1585)
- September 28 - Joshua Sylvester, English poet (b. 1563)
- October 29 - Sir Walter Raleigh, English courtier and settler of Virginia (executed) (b. 1554)
- November 2 - Archduke Maximilian III of Austria (b. 1558)
- December 6 - Jacques-Davy Duperron, French cardinal (b. 1556)
- December 10 - Giulio Caccini, Italian composer (born 1551)
- probable - Chief Powhatan, whose proper name was Wahunsenacawh, father of Pocahontas (born c.1547)
- See also 1618 deaths.
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