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Dr Nicholas Cranfield
Dr Nicholas Cranfield FSA was educated in Italy, England and the USA and worked as an international banker before becoming an academic, who has worked largely on 16th and 17th century European history and culture. His current project is a joint edition of the correspondence of Archbishop William Laud who died in 1645. He is an avid opera goer and writes regularly on art criticism. He lives in Oxford and in London.
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