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Encyclopedia > Eugenius Birch

Eugenius Birch was a 19th Century English naval architect, engineer and pier builder. Architect at his drawing board, 1893 An architect, also known as a building designer, is a person involved in the planning, designing and oversight of a buildings construction, whose role is to guide decisions affecting those building aspects that are of aesthetic, cultural or social concern. ... An engineer is someone who practices the engineering profession; a professional practitioner of engineering; someone who uses scientific knowledge to solve practical problems and produce goods for society. ...

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In 1994, Eugenius returned with the single "Caesar's Vein," which was followed in short order by their second album, Mary Queen of Scots.
Flavius Eugenius was a Roman usurper (392 - 394).
Theodosius eventually confronted this rebellion, invading Italy and defeating Eugenius' army at the Battle of Frigidus on September 6, 394.
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Eugenius was born in Gloucester Terrace, Shoreditch on 20 June 1818 to grain dealer John and wife Susanne.
From an early age Eugenius was fascinated with the mechanical advances of his age – early Victorian England saw the march of steamships, the railways and the canals that began to criss-cross the country.
It took a few years for the significance of Eugenius Birch's innovation to be appreciated, but once it did seaside piers and Birch became very fashionable.
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