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KING JAMES LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF St ANDREWS

Door open days

1 September 2019 (1200 - 1600)

Fife East

The King James Library was founded in 1612 with the patronage of James VI & I. The Library is in the north range of St Mary's College quadrangle, above Parliament Hall. Distinguished scientist James Gregory, first Regius Professor of Mathematics (1668-1673), worked in the Library. A meridian line was placed in the floor in 1726 to commemorate his work. This line continues outside across the pavement of South Street.

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Where to find us

Address
  • St Mary's Quad
  • South Street
  • St. Andrews
  • KY16 9JU