Thomas Linacre (or Lynaker) (c. 1460 – 20 October 1524) was a humanist scholar and physician, after whom Linacre College, Oxford and Linacre House The King's School, Canterbury are named. Linacre was more of a scholar than a scientific investigator. It is difficult to judge his practical skill in his profession, but it was highly esteemed in his own day. He took no part in political or theological questions, but his career as a scholar was characteristic of the critical period in the history of learning through which he lived.

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  • Thomas Linacre (or Lynaker) (c. 1460 – 20 October 1524) was a humanist scholar and physician, after whom Linacre College, Oxford and Linacre House The King's School, Canterbury are named. Linacre was more of a scholar than a scientific investigator. It is difficult to judge his practical skill in his profession, but it was highly esteemed in his own day. He took no part in political or theological questions, but his career as a scholar was characteristic of the critical period in the history of learning through which he lived. He was one of the first Englishmen to study Greek in Italy, and brought back to his native country and his own university the lessons of the "New Learning". His teachers were some of the greatest scholars of the day. Among his pupils was one—Erasmus—whose name alone would suffice to preserve the memory of his instructor in Greek, and others of note in letters and politics, such as Sir Thomas More, Prince Arthur and Queen Mary I of England. John Colet, William Grocyn, William Lilye and other eminent scholars were his intimate friends, and he was esteemed by a still wider circle of literary correspondents in all parts of Europe. (en)
  • توماس لينيكر ( 1460م - 1524م ) . عالم وطبيب إنجليزي . كان لينيكر عالماً عُيِّن عام 1500م مربياً للأمير آرثر ، ابن الملك هنري السابع الإنجليزي ، وكان في الوقت نفسه طبيب البلاط على عهدي الملكيين هنري السابع وهنري الثامن ملك إنجلترا . وفي خلال حكم الملك هنري الثامن أسس لينيكر الكلية الملكية للأطباء ، وكان من معززي المعرفة الجديدة في إنجلترا ، وهو مؤسس ومحرك التعليم الحديث في انجلترا . وكان في جملة تلاميذه إيرازموس والسر توماس مور . (ar)
  • Thomas Linacre (auch: Lynaker) (* 1460 in Canterbury; † 20. Dezember 1524 in London) war ein englischer Arzt, Mathematiker und Gelehrter. Er gilt als der Begründer des Humanismus in England. Nach ihm ist das Linacre College in Oxford benannt. (de)
  • Thomas Linacre (ou Lynaker) (né vers 1460 à Brampton dans le Derbyshire – † le 20 décembre 1524) est un médecin et un humaniste anglais, fondateur du College of Physicians de Londres (1518) qui est sans doute la plus vieille académie de médecine d'Europe. (fr)
  • Thomas Linacre (1460-1524) (* Brampton, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, 1460 † Londres, 20 de Dezembro de 1524) foi humanista, médico, matemático, erudito inglês, primeiro presidente do Colégio Real de Médicos em Londres e fundador do humanismo na Inglaterra. O Colégio Linacre em Oxford e o Colégio Real de Canterbury receberam esses nomes em sua homenagem. Linacre foi mais um erudito do que um pesquisador científico. É difícil avaliar suas habilidades práticas na sua carreira, porém, ele foi muito estimado na sua época. Nunca tomou parte em questões políticas ou religiosas, mas sua ascendência como literato era característica do período crítico na história do conhecimento de quem ele fez parte. Ele foi um dos primeiros ingleses a estudar grego na Itália, trazendo de volta para o seu país e para a sua própria universidade as lições do Novo Conhecimento. Seus professores foram alguns dos maiores eruditos de sua época. Dentre seus alunos destacaremos um - Erasmo de Rotterdam, cujo própria história bastaria para preservar a memória do professor de grego, e outros renomados nas letras e na política, tais como Thomas More, o Príncipe Arthur e a rainha Maria da Inglaterra, John Colet, William Grocyn, William Lilye (1468-1522) e outros eminentes eruditos foram seus amigos íntimos, sendo ainda admirado por um círculo ainda maior de correspondentes literários em todas as partes da Europa. (pt)
  • Томас Линакр (ок. 1460 — 20 октября 1524) — английский учёный, врач, гуманист и переводчик, в честь которого названы колледж в Оксфорде и королевская школа в Кентербери. (ru)
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  • توماس لينيكر ( 1460م - 1524م ) . عالم وطبيب إنجليزي . كان لينيكر عالماً عُيِّن عام 1500م مربياً للأمير آرثر ، ابن الملك هنري السابع الإنجليزي ، وكان في الوقت نفسه طبيب البلاط على عهدي الملكيين هنري السابع وهنري الثامن ملك إنجلترا . وفي خلال حكم الملك هنري الثامن أسس لينيكر الكلية الملكية للأطباء ، وكان من معززي المعرفة الجديدة في إنجلترا ، وهو مؤسس ومحرك التعليم الحديث في انجلترا . وكان في جملة تلاميذه إيرازموس والسر توماس مور . (ar)
  • Thomas Linacre (auch: Lynaker) (* 1460 in Canterbury; † 20. Dezember 1524 in London) war ein englischer Arzt, Mathematiker und Gelehrter. Er gilt als der Begründer des Humanismus in England. Nach ihm ist das Linacre College in Oxford benannt. (de)
  • Thomas Linacre (ou Lynaker) (né vers 1460 à Brampton dans le Derbyshire – † le 20 décembre 1524) est un médecin et un humaniste anglais, fondateur du College of Physicians de Londres (1518) qui est sans doute la plus vieille académie de médecine d'Europe. (fr)
  • Томас Линакр (ок. 1460 — 20 октября 1524) — английский учёный, врач, гуманист и переводчик, в честь которого названы колледж в Оксфорде и королевская школа в Кентербери. (ru)
  • Thomas Linacre (or Lynaker) (c. 1460 – 20 October 1524) was a humanist scholar and physician, after whom Linacre College, Oxford and Linacre House The King's School, Canterbury are named. Linacre was more of a scholar than a scientific investigator. It is difficult to judge his practical skill in his profession, but it was highly esteemed in his own day. He took no part in political or theological questions, but his career as a scholar was characteristic of the critical period in the history of learning through which he lived. (en)
  • Thomas Linacre (1460-1524) (* Brampton, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, 1460 † Londres, 20 de Dezembro de 1524) foi humanista, médico, matemático, erudito inglês, primeiro presidente do Colégio Real de Médicos em Londres e fundador do humanismo na Inglaterra. O Colégio Linacre em Oxford e o Colégio Real de Canterbury receberam esses nomes em sua homenagem. (pt)
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  • Линакр, Томас (ru)
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