Eighteenth-Century Chronology: 1681
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- Nahum Tate and John Dryden, adaptation of Shakespeare's King
Lear, at Dorset Garden
Science, Technology, & Medicine
- The Academy of Sciences is founded in Moscow, Russia
Politics & Law
- William Penn is granted the land that is later known as
Philosophy & Theology
- Sor Juana Inéz de la Cruz, "Autodefensa espiritual"
(also known as "Carta de Monterrey")
- The Canal du Midi joins Biscay with the Mediterranean
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