A physician  who met John Evelyn during John’s visit to Rome.

Described by Austin Dobson  as

“James Alban Gibbs, a Scotchman, bred at Oxford, and resident many years at Rome, where he died 1677, and was buried in the Pantheon there, with an epitaph to his memory under a marble bust. He was an extraordinary character. In Mood’s Athenæ is a long account of him, and some curious additional particulars will be found in Warton’s Life of Dr. Bathurst. He was a writer of Latin poetry, a small collection of which he published at Rome, with his portrait prefixed.”

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Further reading

  • The English Pilgrimage to Rome: A Dwelling for the Soul By Judith Champ


  • Diary,
  • Wikipedia.