of Sir Thomas Browne stands in the Haymarket in the centre of
was a doctor in the city in the 17th century.
He is best-known
for his book Religio Medici featuring his thought on
God, man and nature.
wrote a book correcting many popular beliefs and superstitions,
known as Browne's Vulgar Errors, as well as several books
his knighthood from King Charles II in September 1671.
He was a
keen naturalist and made numerous notes on nature in Norfolk.
He died in 1682 and was buried in the church of St Peter Mancroft,
Browne's statue is on the Norwich Science Trail, a book produced
Inspire Hands-On Science Centre.
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