1622 in literature
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The year 1622 in literature involved some significant events.
- January 6 (probably) - The Banqueting House, Whitehall, London, is opened with a performance of Ben Jonson's The Masque of Augurs designed by the building's architect, Inigo Jones.
- February 28 - Loiola, a Latin comedy mocking the Jesuits, is acted at Cambridge.
- March 12
- November 19 - English writer and politician Sir Percy Herbert, created a baronet three days earlier, marries Elizabeth Craven, daughter of William Craven, a former Lord Mayor of London.
- Lucas Holstenius arrives in Britain to gather material for his Geographi Minores.
- Juan Ruiz de Alarcón - El tejedor de Segovia
- Francis Bacon - The Historie of the Raigne of King Henry the Seventh
- Jacob Boehme - De Signatura Rerum
- Elizabeth Knyvet Clinton, Countess of Lincoln - The Countess of Lincoln's Nursery
- Marie de Gournay - Egalité des Hommes et des Femmes ("Equality of Men and Women")
- Richard Hawkins - Voiage into the South Sea
- Henry Peacham - The Compleat Gentleman
- William Shakespeare - Othello (first quarto)
- Giambattista Andreini - The Centaur published in Paris
- Thomas Dekker & Philip Massinger - The Virgin Martyr published
- John Fletcher and Massinger (and Francis Beaumont?) - Beggars' Bush acted at Court
- Fletcher & Massinger - The Spanish Curate
- Ben Jonson - The Masque of Augurs
- Gervase Markham & William Sampson - Herod and Antipater
- Thomas May - The Heir
- Thomas Middleton & William Rowley - The Changeling
- Middleton & John Webster - Anything for a Quiet Life published
- John Taylor - The Water Cormorant His Complaint
- George Wither - Faire-Virtue, The Mistresse of Phil Arete
- January 15 - Molière, dramatist (died 1673)
- February 24 - Johannes Clauberg, philosopher and theologian (died 1655)
- March 28 - Ermes di Colorêt, Italian nobleman and writer (died
- April 11 - Jan van Vliet, philologist (died 1666)
- April 17 - Henry Vaughan (died 1695), poet, and Thomas Vaughan (philosopher) (died 1666), philosopher (twins)
- September 22 - Jacques Savary, economics writer (died 1690)
- date unknown
- April 14 - Antoine de Gaudier, Jesuit theologian (born 1572)
- June 4 - Péter Révay, Hungarian nobleman, poet and historian (born 1568)
- August 21 - Juan de Tassis y Peralta, 2nd Count of Villamediana, poet (murdered) (born 1582)
- October 11 - Conrad Vetter, polemical writer (born 1547)
- November 4 - Francisco Rodrigues Lobo, poet and bucolic writer (born 1580)
- December 19 - Benedetto Justiniani, theologian (born 1550)
- date unknown - Sir George Buck, historian (born 1560)