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Darwin's Pupil: The Place of Sir John Lubbock, Lord Avebury, 1834-1913, in late Victorian and Edwardian England ebook

by Michael Thompson


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Darwin's Pupil: The Place of Sir John Lubbock, Lord Avebury, 1834-1913, in late Victorian and Edwardian England.

book by Michael Thompson. Darwin's Pupil: The Place of Sir John Lubbock, Lord Avebury, 1834-1913, in late Victorian and Edwardian England.

Thompson, M. 1990 The Place of Sir John Lubbock, Lord Avebury (1834-1913) in Late Victorian and Edwardian England. Melrose Press: Cambridge. Hunter, . Clark, . and David, A. 1991 Avebury Reconsidered. TRAC 97: Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference. Oxbow: Oxford, 71-86. Williams, H. 1998b Monuments and the Past in Early Anglo-Saxon England. World Archaeology 30, 90-108.

The Collecting Activities of Sir John Lubbock (1834–1913) (, University of Durham). Darwin's Pupil: The Place of Sir John Lubbock, Lord Avebury, 1834–1913, in Late Victorian and Edwardian England. Cambridge: Melrose Books. In: MacGregor, A. ed. Sir John Evans 1823–1908: Antiquity, Commerce and Natural Science in the Age of Darwin. Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, pp. 206–29. Recommend this journal.

John Lubbock, 1st Baron Avebury, 4th Baronet, PC, DL, FRS (30 April 1834 – 28 May 1913), known as Sir John Lubbock, 4th Baronet from 1865 until 1900, was an English banker, Liberal politician, philanthropist, scientist and polymath

John Lubbock, 1st Baron Avebury, 4th Baronet, PC, DL, FRS (30 April 1834 – 28 May 1913), known as Sir John Lubbock, 4th Baronet from 1865 until 1900, was an English banker, Liberal politician, philanthropist, scientist and polymath. Lubbock worked in his family company as a banker but made significant contributions in archaeology, ethnography, and several branches of biology. He coined the terms "Paleolithic" and "Neolithic" to denote the Old and New Stone Ages, respectively.

Thompson 2009 Darwin’s pupil, The Place of Sir John Lubbock, Lord Avebury, 1834-1913: In Late Victorian and Edwardian England. Additional Document Info.

The Lubbock s were a wealthy banking family, active in science, who lived near Charles Darwin in Kent. As a youth John Lubbock after Eton actively self-educated himself mainly in natural history with, as the publication of Darwin s letters shows, a close friendship with the great biologist at the time of his studies in evolution. These of course showed a vast period of prehistory for man. This book recounts how this influenced Lubbock with his invention of prehistoric archaeology and to some extent anthropology, although he was always primarily a biologist, almost a household name in Victorian times. His considerable activities in Parliament from 1870 where we owe to him the birth of bank holidays , and his enormously popular essays in later life are described. He was very much the Victorian polymath!
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