Democritus Junior
pen name of Robert Burton.

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  • DEMOCRITUS JUNIOR —    a pseudonym under which Burton published his Anatomy of Melancholy …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Democritus Junior — pen name of Robert Burton …   Useful english dictionary

  • Robert Burton (scholar) — For other people named Robert Burton, see Robert Burton (disambiguation). Robert Burton Born 8 February 1577 Lindley, Leicestershire, England Died 25 January 1640 Oxford, England …   Wikipedia

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