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Index Agricola, 153 Albanese, Denise, 71 Albemarle, Duke of, 196 Albrecht V, Duke, 2 0 Aldrovandi, Ulisse, 27 Anderson, Bcnedict, 199 Antiquarianism, 13,97,98,107-34,136,148, 190,195,226n.54 Arcimboldo, Guiseppe, 20 Aristotle, 59, 60,158 Arundel, Thomas Howard, 2nd Earl of, 2, 18, 21-22,52, 146, 201n.10 Ashmole, Elias, 40-54; and Ashmolean Museum, 1z,50-54,136,194,198, 21znn.174,190; collections of, 22,49; identity of, as collector, 48-49,51-54; and texts of collections, 43-49; and Tradescant collection, rz,38,44-53,180,194,197, z11n.143 Ashmolean Museum. See Ashmole, Elias, and Ashmolean Museum Ashworth,William B., 57-58 Aston, Margaret, 116 Aubrey,John, 36,55,65,76,83,86,116-17, 123 Authorship: and collecting, 10-11; modes of, 10,14,149,150-52,158-63,18~ Bacon, Lady Alice, 65, 21611.62 Bacon, Sir Francis, 55-75,21511.47; Advancement oflearning, 63; and antiquarianism, 108-31; and collecting, 2,13,27,60,87; Essays, 65; Gesta Grayorum, 60, 68; Hktory ofthe Reign ofHenry VII,74; and homosociality, 66-68; identity of, as author, 74-75, 218n.116,21gn.118; influence of, 75-76,So-82,87, 90, 122,134, 136-37,183,195,196; Instauratio Magna, 70; Masculine Birth of Time,67-68; and natural history as process of collecting, 55-56,60-62,64,66, 68-69,71-72,7374 ,89,90, 96,178,195; NewAtfantis, 6874 ,80, 91; Parasceve,61, 69; and reform of natural philosophy, 59-60,6z-64, 78,110; De Sapientia Veterum,65-66, 21611.69 Bacon, Sir Nicholas, 62,154 Bann, Stephen, 152,169 Barbour, Richmond, 158-59,169,171 Bargrave,John, 3,24,86,152,169 Baudrillard, Jean, 168,173,178 Beal, Peter, 156 Beaumont, SirJohn, 145 Belvoir Castle, 147-48 Benedict, Barbara M., 155 Bennett, Tony, 7 Bentley, Gerald Eades, 166 Biagioli, Mario, 64 Biester,James, 25-26 Bodleian Library, 43,50,141,166 Boehrer, Bruce Thomas, 161 Boesky, Amy, 69 Bourdieu, Pierre, 18, 20511.8 Box, Ian, 70 Boyle, Robert, 82 Bracken, James K., 170 Brady,Jennifer, 179 Breitenberg, Mark, 67 Brewer,John, 5 British Library, 198 British Museum, 5,14-15,90, no, 198-200, 202n.21 Brome, Richard, 177 Brooks, Douglas, 164,175-76 274 I N D E X Browne, Sir Thomas, 2,13, 99,121-34,148, 188,195,229n.117; Gardenof Cyrus, 127; Musaeum Clausum, 132-33, 135;Pseudodoxia Epidemics, 122,126,127;Religio Medici, 121,122,127,134;Repertorium, 122-25,126,127; Urne-Burial/, 125-32,135, I43 Buckingham, George Villiers,1stDuke of, 2, ' 7 7 31,337 39, I45 Burton, Robert, 77 Burton, William, 104,105-7,115,118,128, 138,I95 Bushell, Thomas, 75 Bysshe, Sir Edward, 48 Cabot, Sebastian, 23 Camden, William, 13,99,1oz-3,104,107, I I O - I I , I I ~ - I ~ , I ~ O , I ~ ~ , I ~ ~ , 17,173,174, '95 Campbell, Thomas, 127 Canterbury Cathedral, 117 Carew, Richard, 13,99,103-4,105,118,128, 138, I95 Carew,Thomas, 145-46,177,179,181, 231n.156 Cartwright, William, 161-62, 177 Cary, Lucius, 161,177 Castiglione, Baldassarre,26 Catalogues. See Texts, cataloguesof collections Cavendish, William, 177 Cecil, William, Lord Burghley, 62, 63,97 Cecils, Earls of Salisbury, 29-31,34 Ceremonialism, 115,116,126,127,228n.78 Charles I, z,11,16-17,18,22, 31,32,39,74, 113,121,146 Charles II,39,40,44,51,126,184 Charleton, Walter, 83,132 Charleton, William. See Courten,William Chartier, Roger, 28,166 Chatsworth, 147 Childrey,Joshua, 134-35 Chorography, 13,97,98,99-107,108,113, 114-15,118,119-20,123, 134-43,148,195 civilwar, 32, 40, 81, 99,113-21,135-36,150, 182 Cleveland,John, z08n.70 Clifford,James, 8 Coiro, Ann Baynes,182 Cole, William, 86 Collecting: art, 2,7,16-19,21-22; definition of, 6; and elite display, 1z,16-22, 29,31,71, 78-79, 194;and identity of collector,8,14, 16,35,46,78,85,96,177,178,194-95,200, zzon.133;theories of, 6-8,20311.33; and travel, 22-~4,26-27; and wonder, 24,26. See alsoTexts Collection: arrangement of objects in, 29, 207n.57; concepts of, 11,109-10,195,198, 200 definition of, I; identity ofvisitors to, 27,37,43,85,200. See also Curiosity cabinets Collector: definition of, I; posthumous identity of, 46,53,54,86,178,179,19798 . See alsoAuthorship; Collecting, and...



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  • English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism.
  • Curiosities and wonders -- England -- History -- 17th century.
  • Natural history -- England -- History -- 17th century.
  • Antiquarians -- Great Britain -- Biography.
  • Collectors and collecting -- England -- History -- 17th century.
  • England -- Civilization -- 17th century.
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