Cambridge 2000: Trinity College: Nevile's Court
Nevile, Master of
Trinity from 1593 to 1615, oversaw much building at Trinity,
including Nevile's Court, the most beautiful of the courts in
the college. He paid for much of this building out
of his own (considerable) wealth, although the entire range
was not completed until long after he died, when
(at the far left in the photo) was being built, in 1682.
In the 1750s
modified the appearance, in particular of the top storey.
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