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Monday, 10 March 1997, 1:00PM
Barnard's Inn Hall

Sir Thomas Gresham and the Spiral of Knowledge

Dr Adrian Seville

Sir Thomas Gresham’s dream was for knowledge to be developed and usefully applied – but he could not have dreamt of the prodigious scale of the expansion of knowledge over four centuries.

This is a part of the lectures series on The Legacy of Sir Thomas Gresham.
The other lectures in this series include the following:
    London and International Trade in the 16th Century
    Sir Thomas Gresham and the New Learning
    True and Impartial Observations: The Work of Robert Hooke

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Dr Adrian Seville is currently based at The Warburg Institute, University of London. Prior to that he was at City University.

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