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Correspondence of John Evelyn
John Evelyn
FINA IDUnique ID of the page  2835
First nameFirst name(s) of the person. John
Last nameLast name of the person. Evelyn
Also known asAlternative names.
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Birth dateBirth date: day - month - year. October 31, 1620
Birth placePlace of birth of the person Wotton 51° 12' 16.81" N, 0° 23' 10.14" W
Death dateDeath date: day - month - year. February 27, 1706
Death placePlace of death of the person London (Dover Street) 51° 30' 30.20" N, 0° 8' 31.78" W
KeywordKeywords for the person Diarist, Writer, Collector
LinkLink to external information, e.g. Wikpedia Evelyn
John Evelyn
Further imagesFurther images of the person. File:Evelyn, John 2.jpg, File:Evelyn, John 3.jpg, File:Evelyn, John par Robert Walker, 1648.jpg, File:Evelyn, John 6.jpg, File:Evelyn, John 7.jpg, File:Evelyn, John 8.jpg

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Primary literatureYearYear of the literature reference TypeLiterature type (book, journal, etc.) TitleTitel of the book.
Evelyn 16971697monographNumismata. A Discourse of Medals, Antient and Modern. Together with Some Account of Heads and Effigies of Illustrious, and Famous Persons, of Whom We Have no Medals Extant and of the Use to Be Derived from Them. To Which is Added a Digression concerning Physiognomy
Secondary literatureYearYear of the literature reference TypeLiterature type (book, journal, etc.) TitleTitel of the book.
De Beer 19551955monographThe Diary of John Evelyn, vol. 2: Kalendarium, 1620–1649,
Harding 19961996journalJohn Evelyn, Hendrick van der Borcht the Younger and Wenceslaus Hollar
Burnett 20052005journalJohn Evelyn (1620-1706) and Obadiah Walker (1616-1699): their significance for numismatics