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Thomas Rickman (1776–1841) was an English architect.

Thomas Rickman, was an English architect and architectural antiquary who was a major figure in the Gothic Revival. He is particularly remembered for his Attempt to Discriminate the Styles of English Architecture (1817), which established the basic chronological classification and terminology that are still in widespread use for the different styles of English medieval ecclesiastical architecture.

Thomas Rickman may also refer to:

Thomas "Tom" Rickman was an American film director, playwright, and screenwriter best known for his work on Coal Miner's Daughter, Hooper, Tuesdays with Morrie and Truman. Well known for other major movies such as Everybody's All-American (1988) as per IMDb.

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