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This index presents a list of ancient author names that are mentioned in the book titled ?A man very well studyed?: New Contexts for Thomas Browne. The book presents essays by Kevin Killeen, Hugh Adlington and Mary Ann Lund addresses another context of Browne?s writings which has been neglected: the Restoration. The major works were first published between 1642 and 1658, and the neat coincidence of these years with the period of the Civil Wars, Commonwealth and Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell has classified Browne as a mid-century figure, closely related even in his antipathy to the turmoil of those years.

Keywords: Oliver Cromwell; Thomas Browne

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