Last effective Mughal Emperor
Last effective Mughal Emperor

The 1700s decade ran from January 1, 1700, to December 31, 1709.

The decade is marked by a shift in the political structure of the Indian subcontinent, and the decline of the Mughal Empire.

Events

1700

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January–March

April–June

July–September

October–December

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Approximate date

1701

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January–March

April–June

July–September

October–December

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1702

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January–March

April–June

July–September

October–December

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1703

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January–March

April–June

July–September

October–December

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1704

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January–June

April–June

July–September

October–December

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1705

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January–March

April–June

July–September

October–December

Date unknown

1706

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January–March

April–June

July–September

October–December

1707

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January–March

April–June

July– September

October– December

Date unknown

1708

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January–June

July–December

Date unknown

1709

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January–March

April–June

July–December

Date unknown

Births

Transcluding articles: 1700, 1701, 1702, 1703, 1704, 1705, 1706, 1707, 1708, and 1709

1700

Daniel Bernoulli born 8 February
Gerard van Swieten born 7 May
Mary Delany born 14 May
Henri-Louis Duhamel du Monceau born 20 July
Countess Caroline of Erbach-Fürstenau born 29 September
Philip Morant born 6 October
Nathaniel Bliss born 28 November
Jeremias Friedrich Reuß born 8 December

1701

Antonio Alcalde Barriga born 14 March
William Emerson (mathematician) born 14 May
Karl Wilhelm von Dieskau born 9 August
Maurus Xaverius Herbst born 14 September
Anna Magdalena Bach born 22 September
Ignatius of Laconi born 10 December

1702

Alan Brodrick, 2nd Viscount Midleton born 31 January
Giovanni Carmine Pellerano born 6 February
Rasmus Paludan born 26 February
Henrietta Maria of Brandenburg-Schwedt born 2 March
Jack Sheppard born 4 March
Thomas Penn born 20 March
Willem van Keppel, 2nd Earl of Albemarle born 5 June
Muhammad Shah born 7 August
Louis-François Roubiliac born 31 August
Januarius Maria Sarnelli born 12 September
Abhai Singh of Marwar born 7 November

1703

Daniel-Charles Trudaine born 3 January
Peter Warren (Royal Navy officer) born 10 March
Edmund Law born 6 June
John Wesley born 28 June
Muhammad Ibrahim (Mughal emperor) born 9 August
Jean-Louis Calandrini born 30 August
Jonathan Edwards (theologian) born 5 October
Louise Levesque born 23 November
Simon Carl Stanley born 12 December

1704

Louis, Hereditary Prince of Lorraine born 28 January
Charles Pinot Duclos born 12 February
Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne born 15 February
Louis Godin born 28 February
Jacques Dumont le Romain born 10 May
Carlos Seixas born 11 June
John Kay (flying shuttle) born 17 June
James Gabriel Montresor born 19 November

1705

Charles Chauncy (1705–1787) born 1 January
Isaac Hawkins Browne (poet) born 21 January
Peter Artedi born 27 February
Sophie Caroline of Brandenburg-Kulmbach born 31 March
William Cookworthy born 12 April
António José da Silva born 8 May
Carl Marcus Tuscher born 1 June
Thomas Birch born 23 November

1706

Lauritz de Thurah born 4 March
Andrew Oliver born 28 March
François Boissier de Sauvages de Lacroix born 12 May
Benjamin Dass born 15 August

1707

Louis, Duke of Brittany (1707–1712) born 8 January
Giuseppe Bonito born 11 January
Pierre Adamoli born 5 August
Selina Hastings, Countess of Huntingdon born 24 August
Johannes Browallius born 30 August
Pietro Rotari born 30 September
Charles Wesley born 18 December

1708

Pompeo Batoni born 25 January
Jean-François-Joseph de Rochechouart born 27 January
Augustin-Joseph de Mailly born 5 April
Johann Adolf Scheibe born 5 May
John Spencer born 13 May
Henry Bilson-Legge born 29 May
Silvester Gardiner born 29 June
Jean-Rodolphe Perronet born 27 October
William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham born 15 November

1709

Teresia Constantia Phillips born 2 January
Christian Gottlieb Ludwig born 30 April
Théodore Tronchin born 24 May
Johann Georg Gmelin born 8 August
Ludvig Harboe born 16 August
John Eardley Wilmot born 16 August
Jagat Singh II born 17 September
Samuel Johnson born 18 September

Deaths

Transcluding articles: 1700, 1701, 1702, 1703, 1704, 1705, 1706, 1707, 1708, and 1709

1700

Marguerite Bourgeoys died 12 January
Jan Six died May 28
Pieter Gerritsz van Roestraten died 10 July
Pope Innocent XII died September 27
Patriarch Adrian of Moscow died 16 October
Armand Jean le Bouthillier de Rancé died 27 October
Charles II of Spain died 1 November

1701

William Kidd died 23 May
Madeleine de Scudéry died 2 June
Anna Stanisławska died 2 June
Edmé Boursault died 15 September
James II of England died 16 September
Stanislaus Papczyński died 17 September

1702

Ignatius Gregory Peter VI Shahbaddin died 4 March
Joseph Oriol died 23 March
Zeb-un-Nissa died 26 May
Vincent van der Vinne died 26 July
Olaus Rudbeck died 17 September
Countess Sophie Henriette of Waldeck died 15 October
John Benbow died 4 November

1703

Robert Hooke
Man in the Iron Mask

1704

Lorenzo Bellini died 8 January
Johann Philipp Jeningen died 8 February
Johannes Hudde died 15 April
David van der Plas died 18 May
Elisabeth Helene von Vieregg died 27 June
Sophia Alekseyevna of Russia died 14 July
John Locke died 28 October
Paolo Boccone died 22 December

1705

John Ray died 17 January
Philipp Spener died 5 February
Titus Oates died 13 July
Maria Hueber died 31 July
Albert Angell died 13 September
Emeric Thököly died 13 September
Ninon de l'Enclos died 17 October

1706

Cornelis de Man
King Peter II of Portugal
Marcantonio Barbarigo

1707

Aurangzeb

1708

Guru Gobind Singh

1709

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