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character in the Acallam na senórach (Stokes, l. 7480)
Cornish politician and aniquarian.
Cornish clergyman, geologist, naturalist and antiquarian; author of works such as The antiquities of Cornwall (first published in 1754) and The natural history of Cornwall (1758).
- Milan, Bibliotheca Ambrosiana, Milan
Italian cardinal, later archbishop of Milan, founder of the Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan (est. 1606, opened 1609),
- d. 1719
Cornish-language scholar, eldest son of Arthur Boson and a cousin of John and Nicholas Boson.
Author and collector of Cornish folk-tales, who is best known for three volumes of folk-tale collections (1870, 1873 and 1880).
Scholar and historian who specialises in Breton hagiography.
- Inchcolm Abbey, St Andrews Cathedral Priory
Abbot and canon regular of Inchcolm Abbey and historian who wrote an elaborate work known as the Scotichronicon.