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Richard Crackenthorpe (1567–1624), Fellow (1590)

Photo credit: The Queen's College, University of Oxford

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Richard Crackenthorpe entered Queen’s in 1583, became a Fellow in 1590, DD and Chaplain to James I. He was a puritan preacher and conversationalist. He is famous for his ‘Logicae libri quinque' (1670), the book shown in the picture.

The Queen's College, University of Oxford



oil on canvas


H 125 x W 99 cm

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gift from Adam Askew, doctor of Newcastle, 18th C

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book inscribed LOGICAE


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