|Covid-19|In London, John Parkinson publishes Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris: a garden of all sorts of pleasant flowers which our English ayre will permit to be noursed up.
English alchemist Arthur Dee, court physician to Michael I of Russia, compiles Fasciculus Chemicus, Chymical Collections. Expressing the Ingress, Progress, and Egress, of the Secret Hermetick Science out of the choicest and most famous authors.
Plague breaks out in Mantua and spreads to Milan.
In Toulouse, Niall Ó Glacáin publishes Tractatus de Peste.
In Rome, Giovanni Branca publishes Le Machine volume nuovo, et di molto artificio da fare effetti maravigliosi tanto Spiritali quanto di Animale Operatione, arichito di bellissime figure.
April 14 – Christiaan Huygens, Dutch mathematician and physicist (died 1695)
Laurent Cassegrain, French priest and physicist (died 1693)
Jan Commelijn, Dutch botanist (died 1692)
Christophe Glaser, Swiss pharmacian (died 1672)
Johann Glaser, Swiss anatomist (died 1675)
Agnes Block, Dutch horticulturalist (died 1704)
July 13 – Caspar Bartholin the Elder, Danish polymath, physician and theologian (born 1585)
Giovanni Faber, German papal doctor and botanist (born 1574)
1629 in science Wikipedia
The year 1629 in science and technology involved some significant events.