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Archonship and reforms of Solon in Athens 594 B.C.E. - 593 B.C.E. Context Note
Cleisthenes' reform 508 B.C.E. Context Note
Reform of Ephialtes 462 B.C.E. Context Note
Reforms of Diocles at Syracuse 412 B.C.E. Context Note
Charles V reforms the Imperial Chamber 1530 Context Note
Parliament organises Wales into 12 counties 1543 Context Note
Rosnay, Duke of Sully, becomes French Superintendent of Finances 1599 Context Note
James I accepts the terms of the Great Contract 1610 Context Note
Sir Francis Wyatt brings administrative reforms to Virginia 1621 Context Note
Gustavus II begins to reform the central administration of Sweden 1623 Context Note
Cardinal Richelieu centralises French administration 1634 Context Note
Richlieu weakens provincial power by making Intendants Crown representatives 1634 Context Note
The Elector of Brandenburg moves his capital to Konigsberg 1638 Context Note
Courts of Star Chamber and High Commission are abolished 1641 Context Note
Pope Urban VIII reduces number of annual feast days 1642 Context Note
Confederation of New England is created 1643 Context Note
William III vetoes bills to reform Parliament 1693 Context Note
An Act is passed to prevent bribery in Parliamentary elections 1695 Context Note
Peter the Great introduces administrative reforms to Russia 1699 Context Note
Russia is divided into eight governments for administrative purposes 1708 Context Note

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