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John Ray (1627–1705), Naturalist and Theologian
John Ray (1627–1705), Naturalist and Theologian
John Ray (1627–1705), Naturalist and Theologian
John Ray (1627–1705), Naturalist and Theologian
John Ray (1627–1705), Naturalist and Theologian
John Ray (1627–1705), Naturalist and Theologian

Photo credit: Braintree District Museum

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John Ray, the most distinguished British naturalist of the seventeenth century, was born at Black Notley, near Braintree. This piece is a cast of the bust at Trinity College, Cambridge.

Braintree District Museum

Braintree

Title

John Ray (1627–1705), Naturalist and Theologian

Medium

plaster

Measurements

H 69 x W 52 x D 27 cm

Accession number

BRNTM : 1967.166

Work type

Bust

Signature/marks description

inscribed on reverse left: Ruil Duk (?) 1930

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Braintree District Museum

Manor Street, Braintree, Essex CM7 3HW England

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