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  1. August 21 – The newly restored King Charles II of England issues a royal grant for two theatre companies: a King's Company under his own patronage, led by Thomas Killigrew, and a Duke's Company under the patronage of his brother, the Duke of York and future King James II, led by Sir William Davenant. On November 8, the King's Company moves ...

  2. t. e. The Convention Parliament of England (25 April 1660 – 29 December 1660) followed the Long Parliament that had finally voted for its own dissolution on 16 March that year. [1] Elected as a "free parliament", [2] i.e. with no oath of allegiance to the Commonwealth or to the monarchy, it was predominantly Royalist in its membership.

  3. 2 August – Charles II issues a grant for two theatre companies: a King's Company under his own patronage, led by Thomas Killigrew, and a Duke's Company under the patronage of his brother, the Duke of York, led by Sir William Davenant. 27 August – the books of John Milton are burnt because of his attacks on King Charles II.

  4. sv.wikipedia.org › wiki › 16601660 – Wikipedia

    1660 var ett skottår som började en torsdag i den gregorianska kalendern och ett skottår som började en söndag i den julianska kalendern.

  5. Subcategories. This category has the following 16 subcategories, out of 16 total. 1660 by continent ‎ (6 C) 1660 by country ‎ (37 C, 6 P)

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 1660s1660s - Wikipedia

    1660. Arnold Houbraken George I of Great Britain. January 2 – Francis Hutchinson, Irish bishop (d. 1739) January 14 – Joseph Boyse, Presbyterian minister (d. 1728) January 27 – Felice Cignani, Italian painter (d. 1724) January – Hippolyte Hélyot, French historian (d. 1716) February 13 – Johann Sigismund Kusser, German composer (d. 1727)

  7. Pessoas mortas no ano 1660. Em vez de adicioná-la diretamente, utilize a predefinição {{ morte }} devidamente preenchida na infocaixa . Ver também: Categoria:Nascidos em 1660