Volume IV of the magisterial History of the University of Oxford covers the seventeenth century, a period when both institutionally and intellectually the University was expanding. Oxford and its University, moreover, had a major role to play in the tumultuous religious and political events of the century: the Civil War, the Commonwealth, the Restoration. In this volume, leading experts in several fields combine to present a comprehensive and authoritative analysis and overview of the rich pattern of intellectual, political, and cultural life in seventeenth-century Oxford.The protege of John Rainolds at Queena#39;s College, he arranged for the Oxford publication in 161 3 and 16 1 4 of two works ... In addition the group was apparently in touch with John Sprint, an Oxford puritan from late Elizabethan days, who hadanbsp;...
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