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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Lord_ByronLord Byron - Wikipedia

    Há 2 dias · Byron was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, before he travelled extensively in Europe. He lived for seven years in Italy, in Venice, Ravenna, and Pisa after he was forced to flee England due to threats of lynching.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Isaac_NewtonIsaac Newton - Wikipedia

    Há 2 dias · University of Cambridge. In June 1661, Newton was admitted to Trinity College at the University of Cambridge. His uncle the Reverend William Ayscough, who had studied at Cambridge, recommended him to the university.

  3. Há 3 dias · On 31 January 1881 the College opened on a site at Newnham, with its full complement of eight students, under the headship of the Revd. Handley Moule (1841–1920). Moule was also lecturer at Holy Trinity, and his Sunday evening sermons there carried on the Simeon tradition. He has been justly called 'the creator of Ridley Hall'.

  4. Há 3 dias · Trinity Hall. Sable a crescent within a border ermine. [Granted 1575] Foundation. Of the four colleges planned between the end of 1346 and the end of 1349, (fn. 3) Trinity Hall was designed to meet a special and practical need.

  5. Há 3 dias · Trinity College Dublin is the oldest university in Ireland, founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I of England and Ireland and endowed by the city of Dublin. It is also known as the University of Dublin. Its library contains the Book of Kells illuminated manuscript.

  6. As alumni of Trinity Hall, you are entitled to a range of benefits. You can book accommodation in College, dine at High Table, connect with alumni and students, use College punts and sports facilities, and visit College at anytime. You also have a variety of benefits from the University.

  7. Há 2 dias · (37) St. John's College (see plan at end of book) (Plate 231) stands W. of St. John's Street, between Bridge Street and Trinity College. It was founded by Margaret (Beaufort), Countess of Richmond and Derby, but during the initial arrangements the Foundress died (1509) and the charter of foundation was obtained by her executor, John ...