The period of the stay of Grocyn and Linacre in Italy was probably between 1485 and 1491.
“No, sir; because they are not an honourable enemy,” replied Mr Linacre.
I have not yet had a chance of seeing Linacre's Therapeutice, through some conspiracy of the Parisians against me.
Linacre was the first President of the College of Physicians.
Linacre was a type of the learned physicians of the time and was one of the greatest scholars of the period.
What can be more acute, more profound, or more refined than the judgment of Linacre?
The only medical writings of Linacre's that we possess are translations.
What could be more searching, deep, and refined than the judgment of Linacre?
Linacre had been the tutor of Henrys elder brother, and was made royal physician on Henrys accession.
From him Linacre must have received his first incentive to this study.