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Who is Thomas Linacre?
Thomas Linacre was a humanist scholar and physician, after whom Linacre College, Oxford and Linacre House The King's School, Canterbury are named.
- also known as Линакр, Томас
- born in (556 years ago) in Brampton, Derbyshire
- education: University of Oxford
- profession: Physician
- died on (491 years ago)
- written work: "Rudimenta grammatices (1523?)"
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by Joseph Patrick Byrne
London established its College only in 1518, under the influence of Italian- educated Thomas Linacre. Like others, London's insisted on education in and the practice of Galenic medicine only. Physicians 269 The clothing identifies the person ...
The Ben Jonson Encyclopedia (2016)
by D. Heyward Brock, Maria Palacas
Thomas Linacre published a Latin ...
by Vivian Thomas, Nicki Faircloth
note the debt to Thomas Linacre, Henry VIII's physician, who was thought to have introduced the damask rose to England; it is documented in Europe, however, from at least the thirteenth century. Singleton (1923) suggests that because ...
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