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David Edwardes

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unknown1530sunknown
an English anatomist. Edwardes was educated first at Oxford and afterwards at Cambridge. He took an M.D. at Cambridge in 1529. His only two known works are both on anatomy.
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George Edwards

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17521823
a Scottish physician and writer. The British Museum contained forty-two of his books. Edwards's writings abound in the unconscious humour of the egotist deeply persuaded of his mission. He gives notice that 'the Almighty has destined that I should discover his true system of human economy.'
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Thomas Erastus

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1524, Sep 71583, Dec 31
a Swiss physician and theologian best known for a posthumously published work in which he argued that the sins of Christians should be punished by the state, and not by the church withholding the sacraments. A generalization of this idea, that the state is supreme in church matters, is known somewhat misleadingly as Erastianism.
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George Etherege [2]

aka: Ethrygg
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unknown1580sunknown
an English classical scholar and physician. He lived with his family in ‘an ancient decayed palace of literature called George-hall,’ nearly opposite the south end of Cat Street in St. Mary's parish, and took in the sons of Catholic gentlemen as boarders. Among his pupils was William Giffard, afterwards archbishop of Rheims. On account of his firm adhere...
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