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|Sir John Lubbock (18341913)|
|Lubbock, Sir John [Lord Avebury]. An English naturalist and palæontologist; born in London, April 30, 1834; died in 1913. His works are: Prehistoric Times as Illustrated by Ancient Remains, etc. (1865); The Origin of Civilization and the Primitive Condition of Man (1870); Origin and Metamorphoses of Insects (1874); Ants, Bees, and Wasps (1882); The Pleasures of Life (1887); On the Senses, Instincts, and Intelligence of Animals (1888); The Beauties of Nature and the Wonders of the World (1892); The Use of Life (1894); Scenery of Switzerland (1896). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).|