Born: 1600, Burford, Oxfordshire
Died: May 8, 1662, Westminister, Middlesex
Living reference work entry
This encyclopedia entry provides information about the life, heritage, and rupture with the tradition, innovative and original aspects, and impact and legacy of Peter Heylyn, a seventeenth-century theological and geographical historian.
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