|Birth Day||January 22, 1561|
|Birth Place||London, England|
|Age||458 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Apr 9, 1626 (age 65)|
He traveled to Blois, Poitiers, Tours, Italy, and Spain over a period of three years, performing diplomatic tasks and studying language, statecraft, and civil law.
He was called the Father of Empiricism, a theory that knowledge can only come from experience.
He married Alice Barnham on May 10, 1606, when he was 45 and she was 14.
Like Leonardo da Vinci, he was a highly influential Renaissance Writer and scientist.