Lukasi chair

the Lukasi chair is a chair at the University of Cambridge, donated by the parliament representative in the English House of Commons Henry Lucas in the year 1663. Lucas donated Cambridge Landbesitz to the university around the chair at the Trinity college to finance.

First Lucasi professor was a mathematician Isaac Barrow, whose successor became 1669 Sir Isaac Newton. Since 1979 is Stephen Hawking owner of this chair.

Further famous owners chair were Sir George Biddell Airy, Charles Babbage, Sir George Gabriel Stokes, Sir Joseph Larmor and Paul Dirac.



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