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The Harveian Oration is a yearly lecture held at the Royal College of Physicians of London. It was instituted in 1656 by William Harvey, discoverer of the systemic circulation. Harvey made financial provision for the college to hold an annual feast on St. Luke's Day (October 18) at which an oration would be delivered in Latin to praise the college's benefactors and to exhort the Fellows and Members of this college to search and study out the secrets of nature by way of experiment. Until 1865, the Oration was given in Latin, as Harvey had specified, and known as the Oratio anniversaria; but it was thereafter spoken in English.[1] Many of the lectures were published in book form.

Lecturers (incomplete list)[edit]

1656-1700[edit]

1701-1800[edit]

1801-1900[edit]

1901-2000[edit]

2001-[edit]

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