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  1. List of explorers (24013 bytes)
    8: *[[Francisco de Almeida]] ([[16th century]] [[Portuguese]] naval explorer...
    14: *[[Charles Albanel]] (1616-1696), Canada
    21: ...] naval officer, several expeditions to the [[Canada|Canadian]] [[Arctic]]
    23: ...]], first to sight the [[Pacific Ocean]], founded Darién, oldest surviving European settlement in the...
    38: *[[Saint Brendan]] - [[Ireland|Irish]] [[abbot]] who sailed the [...
  2. Maria Theresa of Austria (8450 bytes)
    4: '''Maria Theresa''' ([[May 13]], [[1717]] – [[November 29]], [[1780]]) was a [[Habsburg]] ...
    6: ...of 1713|Pragmatic Sanction]] which guaranteed his daughter the right to succeed to the Austrian throne...
    8: ...g Louis XVI]]. She had 16 children by him, with 6 daughters (all of whom were named "Marie _______") a...
    14: ...], and [[King of Bohemia|Queen of Bohemia]]: 1740-1741
    15: ...]], [[King of Bohemia]]: 1780 ([[Heir-Apparent]]: 1741-1780)
  3. Elizabeth of Russia (14144 bytes)
    3: ...f the [[University of Moscow]] and Shuvalov's foundation of the [[Imperial Academy of Arts|Academy of ...
    7: Elizabeth, the youngest daughter of [[Peter the Great]] and [[Catherine I of...
    9: ...e had a French governess, however, and at a later day picked up some Italian, German and Swedish, and ...
    11: It was Peter's intention to marry his second daughter to the young French king [[Louis XV]], but ...
    13: ... of Peter the Great, practically banished Peter's daughter from court. Elizabeth had inherited her fat...
  4. Vermont (39851 bytes)
    16: LandArea = 23,974 |
    24: AdmittanceDate = [[March 4]], [[1791]] |
    25: ...Eastern Standard Time Zone|Eastern]]: [[UTC]]-5/[[Daylight saving time|-4]] |
    36: ...the east, [[New York]] to the west, and the [[Canada|Canadian]] province of [[Quebec]] to the north.
    38: ...ar|Revolutionary War]]. Famous for its scenery, [[dairy]] products and [[maple syrup]], Vermont has lo...
  5. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    8: *[[Salvador Dali]], ([[1904]]-[[1989]]), Catalan artist
    11: *[[Leonardo da Vinci]], ([[1452]]-[[1519]]), Italian painter, sc...
    29: *[[Franklin Adams]]
    45: *[[David Allan]] ([[1744]]-[[1796]])
    99: *[[James Barry (painter)|James Barry]] ([[1741]]-[[1806]])
  6. Timeline of United States pre-history (1700-1759) (3760 bytes)
    19: ...eorge Whitefield]] tours the colonies ([[1739]]-[[1741]]) to preach the Great Awakening
  7. Venice (22017 bytes)
    10: ...jor power-broker in the [[Near East]]. By the standards of the time, Venice's stewardship of its mainl...
    14: ...] systems, but the social order was entirely [[feudal]]. Church and various private properties were ti...
    29: ...e city itself or from its possessions, especially Dalmatia. Those from the city were chosen by lot fro...
    33: ...ecruited from the lagoon, plus feudal levies from Dalmatia and Istria. In times of emergency, all male...
    92: ...ill intact after centuries of submersion. The foundations rest on the piles, and buildings of [[brick]...
  8. List of sculptors (9151 bytes)
    19: *[[César Baldaccini]]
    22: *[[Pietro da Barga]]
    58: *[[Danese Cattaneo]]
    63: *[[Eduardo Chillida]] (1924-2002)
    75: *[[Jules Dalou]] (1838 - 1902)
  9. Benedict Arnold (11750 bytes)
    3: ...Benedict Arnold, V''' ([[January 14]], [[1741]] – [[June 14]], [[1801]]) was a [[general]] in th...
    6: ..., Connecticut|Norwich]], [[Connecticut]], a descendant of a [[Benedict Arnold (governor)|namesake]] co...
    10: ...nying Allen and his [[Green Mountain Boys]]. In a dawn attack on [[May 10]], [[1775]], Ticonderoga was...
    15: ... American forces were forced to withdraw from Canada in June of 1776.
    21: ...-old Peggy, by whom he would have four sons and a daughter.
  10. Benjamin Franklin (22881 bytes)
    2: ...'Benjamin Franklin''' ([[January 17]], [[1706]] – [[April 17]], [[1790]]) was an [[United States...
    25: ... is a penny earned" are now commonly quoted every day by people all over the world.
    27: ...ostly theological and educational tomes, but by [[1741]] the library also included works on history, geo...
    34: ...ally became the [[University of Pennsylvania]], today a member of the [[Ivy League]]. He founded an Am...
    36: ...esses. He created a partnership with his foreman, David Hill, which provided Franklin with half of the...
  11. List of mathematicians (37424 bytes)
    14: *[[John Couch Adams]] (United Kingdom, [[1819]] - [[1892]])
    25: *[[Aleksandr Danilovich Aleksandrov]] (Russia, [[1912]] - [[1999]...
    66: *[[David Bates (physicist)|David Bates]]
    75: *[[Daniel Bernoulli]] (Switzerland, [[1700]] - [[1782]]...
    88: *[[Danilo Blanusa]], ([[Croatia]], [[1903]] - [[1987]])
  12. Knights Hospitaller (26158 bytes)
    3: == Foundation and early history ==
    25: ...], which they had to give annually on [[All Souls Day]] to the Viceroy of Sicily, who acted as the Kin...
    29: ...d, outmanuvered and outrun, and by the end of the day almost the entirety of their fleet was destroyed...
    50: ...Spital zu Jerusalem]] the order continues until today, gaining increasing independence from its Roman ...
    57: ...er, also known as the Knights of [[Malta]], and today operates as a largely charitable and ceremonial ...
  13. Platinum (10600 bytes)
    8: ...="center" | [[Palladium|Pd]]<br />'''Pt'''<br />[[Darmstadtium|Ds]]
    11: <div align="right"><small>[[Periodic table (standard)|Full table]]</small></div>
    40: |[[Oxidation state]]s ([[Oxide]]) || 2, '''4''' (mildly [[...
    81: ! [[natural abundance|NA]]
    157: ...fc0c0" | <font size="-1">[[SI]] units &amp; [[standard temperature and pressure|STP]] are used except ...
  14. Timeline of chemical element discovery (10490 bytes)
    32: *[[1741]] - [[Platinum]] discovered by [[Charles Wood (sc...
    37: *[[1772]] - [[Nitrogen]] discovered by [[Daniel Rutherford]] .
    68: **[[Potassium]] discovered [[Humphry Davy]]. From the [[Latin]] word ''kalium''.
    69: **[[Sodium]] discovered [[Humphry Davy]]. From the [[Latin]] word ''natrium'' (sodium)...
    71: **[[Calcium]] discovered [[Humphry Davy]]. From the [[Latin]] word ''calcis'' (lime).
  15. Voltaire (48640 bytes)
    1: {{dablink|For the singer and songwriter of the same na...
    4: ...;ois-Marie Arouet''' ([[November 21]], [[1694]] &ndash; [[May 30]], [[1778]]), better known by the [[p...
    8: ...]] to Fran&ccedil;ois Arouet and Marie-Marguerite Daumart or D'Aumard. Both parents were of [[Poitou|...
    16: ...ore dangerous way of writing [[libel]]ous poems &mdash; so that his father was glad to send him to sta...
    18: ...pts have been made to show that it existed in the Daumart pedigree or in some territorial designation....
  16. Leonhard Euler (10366 bytes)
    10: ...ematical lectures and respected his family. When Daniel and Nikolaus Bernoulli asked him to allow his...
    12: ...ics or motion explained with analytical science"&mdash;that is, calculus). In [[1735]] he lost much o...
    14: ...three sons and two daughters survived. The descendants of these children, however, were in high posit...
    16: In the year [[1741]] Euler became director of the mathematical class...
    20: ...alculated that it would take eight-hours work per day for 50 years to copy all his works by hand. It ...
  17. 18th century (8231 bytes)
    3: ...[[1701]] through [[1800]] in the [[Gregorian calendar]].
    9: ...st time, would begin to shake the old ways and feudal life. [[The Enlightenment]] was in full bloom an...
    33: * [[1741]]: [[Russia]]ns begin settling the [[Aleutian Isl...
    34: ...ad Shah]] founds the [[Durrani Empire]] in modern day [[Afghanistan]].
    52: ...ves from [[London]] found [[Freetown]] in present-day [[Sierra Leone]].
  18. 18th century new (49640 bytes)
    2: ...o [[1800]] in the [[Gregorian calendar]], in accordance with the [[Anno Domini]]/[[Common Era]] number...
    6: ...aming about a better age without the christian fundamentalism of earlier centuries. This dream turned ...
    18: ...01-1714 |publisher=Historyofwar.org |date= |accessdate=2009-04-25}}</ref>
    19: ...'' and the ''The Norwich Post'' becomes the first daily newspapers in England.
    25: ...publisher=Historic-uk.com |date=2007-05-03 |accessdate=2009-04-25}}</ref>
  19. Saint Petersburg (36589 bytes)
    11: ! colspan="2" | Data
    36: ...086;&#1075;&#1088;&#1072;&#769;&#1076;, [[1914]]&ndash;[[1924]]), is a city located in [[Northwestern ...
    38: ...about 4.7 million inhabitants ([[2002]]), it is today [[Russia]]'s second largest city, Europe's fourt...
    40: ...litical and cultural centre, is impressive even today and to honor it people call it often "the Northe...
    50: ...nights are closely linked to another attraction &mdash; the nine drawbridges spanning the Neva. Touri...

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