James Cowles Prichard  

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James Cowles Prichard MD FRS (11 February 1786, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire – 23 December 1848) was an English physician and ethnologist. His influential Researches into the physical history of mankind touched upon the subject of evolution. He was also the first person to name senile dementia.



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