Isaac Barrow
b. 1630 – d. May 4, 1677 • Theologian
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Barrow, Isaac
Barrow, Isaac (1630–77), Anglican divine, classical scholar, and mathematician. He entered Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1643, and though a royalist and the son of a royalist, became a scholar in 1647, and a Fellow in 1649. From 1655 to 1659 he travelled in France, Italy, and the Near East, and on his
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Barrow, Isaac
Barrow, Isaac(1630–77). English classical scholar, theologian, and mathematician, Isaac Barrow was born in 1630 in London. He was ordained an Anglican minister in 1660 and embarked on a teaching career in the same year. At Cambridge University he was a professor of Greek from 1660 to 1663 and of mathematics
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Barrow, Issac
BARROW, ISSAC (1630–1677)Anglican theologian, classicist, and mathematicianAfter his education at Trinity College, Cambridge, Barrow became a fellow there in 1649. A royalist, he found it expedient to travel in Europe and the Middle East from 1655 to 1660 while England was ruled by Oliver Cromwell.