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'''George Ent''' (6 November 1604 – 13 October 1689) was an English scientist in the seventeenth century who focused on the study of [[anatomy]]. He was a member of the [[Royal Society]] and the [[Royal College of Physicians]]. Ent is best known for his associations with [[William Harvey]], particularly his ''Apologia pro circulatione sanguinis'', a defense of Harvey’s work.
 
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|birth_place =[[Sandwich, Kent]]
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|death_place =[[St Giles-in-the-Fields]]
|profession =[[scientist]]
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|education = [[Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge]], [[University of Padua]]
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'''George Ent''' (6 November 1604 – 13 October 1689) was an English scientist in the seventeenth century who focused on the study of [[anatomy]]. He was a member of the [[Royal Society]] and the [[Royal College of Physicians]]. Ent is best known for his associations with [[William Harvey]], particularly his ''Apologia pro circulatione sanguinis'', a defense of Harvey’s work.
[[File:Apologia.JPG|thumb|right|Title Page of Ent's Apologia]]
 
== Biography ==
[[File:Apologia.JPG|thumb|right|Title Page of Ent's Apologia]]
'''Sir George Ent''' was born on 6 November 1604 in Sandwich, Kent. He was the son of a Belgian immigrant, Josias Ent (sometimes called John Ent), who had come to [[England]] to avoid religious persecution.
 
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