Fosbrooke Thomas Dudley

Fosbrooke Thomas Dudley, a distinguished archaeologist, was born in London May 27, 1770. He was educated at St. Paul's School, and elected scholar at Pembroke College, Oxford, in 1785. In 1794 he became curate of Horsley; in 1810, curate of Walford; in 1830, vicar of Walford. He died January 1, 1842. His archaeological writings are very valuable. His works are British Monachism: Manners and Customs of Monks and Nuns in England (Lond. new ed. 1843, imp. 8vo): — Encyclopaedia of Antiquities, Classical and Medieval (new ed. Lond. 1843, 2 volumes, imp. 8vo): — Arts, Manufactures, etc. of the Greeks and Romans (London, 1833-5, 2 volumes, imp. 8vo). A memoir of his life is pre-fixed to the British Monachism.

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