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    1623 was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Wednesday of the Julian calendar, the 1623rd year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 623rd year of the 2nd millennium, the 23rd year of the 17th century, and the 4th year of the 1620s decade. As of the start of 1623, the Gregorian calendar was 10 days ahead of the Julian calendar, which remained in localized use until 1923.

  2. June 19, 1623: August 19, 1662: 39 France France: Scientist: Louis Pasteur: December 27, 1822: September 28, 1895: 72 France France: Scientist: Paul the Apostle: c. 5 AD c. 67 AD 62 Turkey Italy: Theologian: Linus Pauling: February 28, 1901: August 19, 1994: 93 United States United States: Scientist: Pelé: October 23, 1940 — 81 Brazil — Athlete: Peter the Great

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  4. Born in 1623, the younger but only surviving son of Arthur Mansel of Briton Ferry (third son of Sir Thomas Mansel, baronet, of Margam, who died 1631) and Jane, daughter and heiress of William Price of Briton Ferry. At the early age of 22 Bussy Mansel was appointed, 17 November 1645, commander-in-chief of the parliamentary forces in Glamorgan.

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    Albert, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg, joint ruler of Nassau-Dillenburg 1623–1626 (b. 1596) Christian, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg-Wolfenbüttel, German Protestant military leader (b. 1599) June 29 – Scipione Cobelluzzi, Italian cardinal and archivist (b. 1564) June 30 – Honda Tadatoki (b. 1596)

  6. Biography [ edit] He was born in Leiden as the son of Jacob van der Codde during the siege of Leiden, when his father was away in Delft. He was taught in Leiden by the professors Franciscus Raphelengius, Franciscus Junius, Lucas Trelcatius, and Franciscus Gomarus. He became a professor there himself and taught Hebrew in Leiden to Gisbertus Voetius and Caspar Sibelius, among others.

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    1623) June 1 – George II, Duke of Württemberg-Montbéliard (1662–1699) (b. 1626) June 16 – Constantin Marselis, Danish baron (b. 1647) June 22. Josiah Child, English Governor of the East India Company (b. 1630) Fernando de Meneses, 2nd Count of Ericeira, Portuguese noble (b. 1614) July 1. Lodewijck Huygens, Dutch diplomat (b. 1631)

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