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  1. L'epidemia di peste del 1656 colpì parte della penisola italiana, in particolare il viceregno di Napoli. A Napoli la peste arrivò dalla Sardegna , dove era giunta nel 1652 dalla Spagna [3] , provocando circa 200 000 morti [4] su un totale di 450 000 abitanti [5] ; anche nel resto del regno il tasso di mortalità oscillava fra il 50 e il 60% della popolazione [6] .

  2. Bitwa pod Warszawą – bitwa stoczona w dniach 28–30 lipca 1656 podczas II wojny północnej.. Pod względem liczby kombatantów, była to największa bitwa w dziejach wojen polsko-szwedzkich rozegrana w czasie tzw.

  3. On May 18, 1656, Charles X Gustav, in a letter sent from Malbork, offered the Hungarian prince Red Ruthenia, in exchange for military support against the Commonwealth. Meanwhile, Rákóczi had already been negotiating with Bohdan Khmelnytsky, and on September 7, 1656, Transylvania and the Zaporizhian Sich signed a peace treaty, which obliged both sides to help each other in war.

  4. The Battle of Warsaw (German: Schlacht von Warschau; Polish: Bitwa pod Warszawą; Swedish: Tredagarsslaget vid Warschau) took place near Warsaw on July 28–July 30 [O.S. July 18–20] 1656, between the armies of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and Sweden and Brandenburg.

  5. Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer (some authorities use the spelling Johann Kaspar Ferdinand Fischer) (c.1656 – August 27, 1746) was a German Baroque composer. Johann Nikolaus Forkel ranked Fischer as one of the best composers for keyboard of his day; [1] however, partly due to the rarity of surviving copies of his music, his music is rarely heard today.

  6. London was a 76-gun second-rate ship of the line in the Navy of the Commonwealth of England, originally built at Chatham Dockyard by shipwright John Taylor, and launched in June 1656. She gained fame as one of the ships that escorted Charles II from Holland back to England during the English Restoration , carrying Charles' younger brother James Duke of York , and commanded by Captain John Lawson .

  7. Secondo i dati ufficiali al 12 dicembre 2008, la Chiesa ortodossa russa contava 157 diocesi in vari paesi e 29.263 parrocchie.Nel 1993 le diocesi erano 92. Vi sono 804 monasteri, dei quali in Russia 234 maschili e 244 femminili, nei paesi ex-URSS 142 maschili e 153 femminili, mentre negli altri paesi 3 maschili e 3 femminili.