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  1. Anna of Austria (1601-1666) (1994 bytes)
    4: ...of Spain|Philip III]], king of Spain, and [[Margaret of Austria]].
    10: In [[1661]], on the death of Mazarin, Anne retired to a convent where she later died.
    12: ... in [[Alexandre Dumas]]' novel, ''[[The Three Musketeers]]''.
  2. History of science (41710 bytes)
    2: ...ating the [[universe]] known as the [[scientific method]]. The '''history of science''' traces these [...
    4: ...n]] saw the inception of the modern [[scientific method]] to guide the evaluation of [[knowledge]]. Th...
    6: ...nquires about other areas of knowledge, notably [[ethics]]. In practice, each of these fields is heavi...
    11: ... what science ''is'', how it ''functions'', and whether it exhibits large-scale patterns and trends. T...
    13: ...re can be [[demarcation problem|no demarcation]] between science and any other form of investigation.
  3. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    1: The following list is an incomplete '''list of painters'''.
    12: *[[Claude Monet]], ([[1840]]-[[1926]]), French [[Impressionism|im...
    16: *[[Rembrandt]], ([[1606]]-[[1669]]), [[Netherlands|Dutch]] [[painter]]
    18: *[[Peter Paul Rubens]], ([[1577]]-[[1640]]), Belgian pai...
    30: *[[Pieter Aertsen]] ([[1508]]-[[1575]])
  4. Isaac Newton (23339 bytes)
    4: ...by arguing that [[orbit]]s (such as those of [[comet]]s) were not only [[ellipse|elliptic]], but could...
    6: ...osed to air; the [[binomial theorem]] in its entirety; and the principles of conservation of [[momentu...
    14: ...as born in [[Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth]], a hamlet in the county of [[Lincolnshire]].Newton was prem...
    19: ...f this love, but Newton had no other recorded 'sweethearts' and never married. [http://scidiv.bcc.ctc....
    23: ...was educated at [[Grantham Grammar School]]. In [[1661]] he joined [[Trinity College, Cambridge]], where...
  5. Mathematician (9627 bytes)
    5: ...ch as [[theoretical computer science]] and [[theoretical physics]]).
    9: ...r belief, mathematicians are not necessarily any better at adding or subtracting numbers, or figuring ...
    13: ...]]. That, however, is the finished product that gets published; it is not work in progress.
    17: ...Generally, mathematicians are not motivated by monetary greed; the fruits of labor are not usually pat...
    23: ...oven nor disproven to logically follow from some set of assumptions, it is called a ''[[conjecture]]''...
  6. List of mathematicians (37424 bytes)
    1: ...ted below in [[English language|English]] [[alphabet]]ical [[transliteration]] order (by [[surname]]).
    16: *[[Maria Gaetana Agnesi]] (Italy, [[1718]] - [[1799]])
    32: *[[Kenneth Appel]] (? - ?)
    33: *[[Petrus Apianus]] (Germany, [[1495]] - [[1552]])
    52: *[[Claude Gaspard Bachet de M麩riac]] (France, [[1581]] - [[1638]])
  7. Thomas Hobbes (26163 bytes)
    2: ...homas Hobbes (portrait).jpg|thumb|Thomas Hobbes: detail from a portrait by John Michael Wright ([[Nati...
    12: ...cted by the scholastic learning". He did not complete his degree until [[1608]] but he was recommended...
    14: ... was exposed to European scientific and critical methods during the tour in contrast to the [[scholast...
    16: ...r debater in philosophic groups in Paris, held together by [[Marin Mersenne]]. From [[1637]] he consid...
    20: ...ng treatise, how Men were moved to enter into society, and argued how this must be regulated if Men we...
  8. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    1: ... in the history of philosophy)'', '''listed alphabetically:'''
    5: *[[Pietro d'Abano]], (1250?-1316)
    10: *[[Pierre Ab鬡rd]] (or ''Peter Abelard''), (1079-1142){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
    73: *[[Anaximenes of Miletus]]{{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
    102: *[[David Malet Armstrong]], (born 1926){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
  9. Sikhism (31029 bytes)
    2: ...nduism]] (e.g. [[Bhakti]], [[monism]], [[Vedic]] metaphysics, [[guru]] ideal, and [[bhajan]]s) as well...
    4: ...nother. He particularly regretted the antagonism between Hindus and Muslims as well as certain rituali...
    10: ...any ways, many places and known by many names, is eternally One, the Sovereign and omnipotent God (the...
    12: ...that only spiritual minds, free of desire, can penetrate it by the grace of the Guru (Gurprasad).
    14: ...the [[reincarnation|transmigration of souls]], together with its corollary, the law of ''[[karma]]'', ...
  10. Ballet (9155 bytes)
    3: ...g extensions. Many [[Glossary_of_ballet_terms|Ballet techniques]] bear a striking similarity to [[fenc...
    5: ...d to establish [[Italy]] as a major centre of ballet development.
    7: == History of ballet ==
    9: ... Patisson 1582.png|300px|thumb|Engraving of a Ballet before Henri III and his Court, in the Gallery of...
    11: ...y dances. Lully soon branched out into op鲡-ballet, and a school to train professional dancers was a...
  11. Faience (4113 bytes)
    11: ...arthenwares being imported from Italy were the [[Netherlands|Dutch]]. [[Delftware]] is a kind of faie...
    13: ...anufactories in Germany were opened at [[Hanau]] (1661) and Heusenstamm (1662), soon moved to nearby [...
    19: ...the [[Body (ceramic)|body]], the character and palette of the [[glaze]], and the style of decoration, ...
    21: ...al manufactories continued to supply regional markets with coarse and simple wares.
    24: ...aience, and the large porcelain manufactories marketed revived faience, such as the "Majolica ware" of...
  12. List of geographers (2342 bytes)
    1: ... in [[English language|English]] [[alphabet|alphabetical]] [[transliteration]] order (by [[surname]]s)...
    38: * [[Peter Kropotkin]]
    68: * [[Martin Zeiller]] (Germany, [[1589]] - [[1661]])
  13. History of chemistry (8174 bytes)
    2: ... Boyle]] in his work ''The Skeptical Chymist'' ([[1661]]), but is often more strictly dated to [[Antoine...
    8: ...g them are [[mauve]], [[magenta]], and other synthetic [[dye]]s, as well as the widely used drug [[asp...
    12: ...avior of [[gas]]es, this dispute was not finally settled until [[Jean Perrin]]'s experimental investig...
    14: Well before the dispute had been settled, [[Svante Arrhenius]] had begun to investigat...
    23: ..., and everyday disposable resources, by the twentieth century.

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