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Thomas Linacre

Thomas Linacre Thomas Linacre
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In a house on this site lived Thomas Linacre, physician 1460 - 1524.
Corporation of the City of London

Site: Thomas Linacre (1 memorial)

EC4, Knightrider Street

We bet this corner of London looked more interesting in 1500.

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Thomas Linacre

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Thomas Linacre

Born Canterbury. Studied at Oxford, Rome and Vicenza. Physician to Henry VII...

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