Lives of the fellows

John Maccolo alias McKulio

b.1576 d.1622
MD Franeker FRCP(1621)

John Maccolo, or McKulio, MD, a native of Edinburgh, and a doctor of medicine of Franeker, of twenty-four years’ standing, was, on the 25th June, 1621, being then physician in ordinary to the king, admitted a Fellow of the College without examination. Dr Maccolo did not long survive, and dying in the following year, was buried in the church of St Margaret, Westminster, where a monument was erected with the following inscription:-
DMMS
Joannes Mackulio
Scoto Britannus
Magni Hetruriæ ducis
Archiater quondam;
Dein
Magnæ Britanniæ Regis.
Medicus, Medicorum sui sæculi
Æsculapius, Therapeutices
promus-condus, conditumque prodigium
Mortales, huic Cippo, in spem
Resurrectionis, vitæque melioris
Reliquit exuvias
Reparatæ salutis 1622
Ætatis suæ 46.

He was the author of Iatria Chymica, examplo therapeiæ Luis Venereæ illustrato. 12mo. Lond. 1622.

William Munk

(Volume I, page 179)

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