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Peter Artedi has been hailed by early historians as "the father of ichthyology" for his sole published work regarding the classification of fish. Artedi's untimely death (he drowned at the age of 30) cut short a very promising scientific career. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Artedi, Peter, Genera piscium. Lehre: Cramer ; New York: Stechert-Hafner Service Agency,
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Synonymia piscium.. by Peter Artedi, edition, in Latin. Peter Artedi: a bicentenary memoir: written on behalf of the Swedish Royal Academy of Science /.
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An historical novel from the viewpoint of Carl Linnaeus regarding the death of his good friend and colleague Peter Artedi. The book was written well, and it was an interesting concept, but I found it beyond dull. I think I kept with it because I was fascinated with Linnaeus' unapologetic narcissism/5.
Early modern biologists wage a vicious struggle for survival in this piquant historical novel. Ichthyologist Pietsch (Fishes, Crayfishes and Crabs), reimagines the relationship between Peter Artedi, an ichthyologist who drowned in an Amsterdam canal inand the pioneering botanist and taxonomist Carl Linnaeus/5(12).
Early modern biologists wage a vicious struggle for survival in this piquant historical novel. Ichthyologist Pietsch (Fishes, Crayfishes and Crabs), reimagines the relationship between Peter Artedi, an ichthyologist who drowned in an Amsterdam canal inand the pioneering botanist and taxonomist Carl Linnaeus.
Peter Artedi () was a Swedish doctor, naturalist, and author of Ichthyologia (Leiden ), a book enjoying the reputation of being a pioneering work that has never been translated into any vernacular : Hans Aili.
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Peter Artedi: A Bicentenary Memoir, Written on Behalf of the Swedish Royal Academy of Science (Classic Reprint) | Lönnberg, Einar | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch : Gebundenes Buch. Praise for "The Curious Death of Peter Artedi " Eighteenth-century contemporaries saw only a tragic accident when the promising ichthyologist Peter Artedi himself joined the fishes as he tumbled to his death in an Amsterdam canal.
But in this fascinating and impeccably researched novel, Pietsch opens a more sinister possibility. Peter Artedi: A Bicentenary Memoir, Written on Behalf of the Swedish Royal Academy of Science Classic Reprint: : Lönnberg, Einar: Libros en idiomas extranjerosFormat: Tapa blanda.
Theodore W. Pietsch, The Curious Death of Peter Artedi. A Mystery in the HIstory of Science. New York Theodore W. Pietsch & Hans Aili, "Jacob Theodor Klein's critique of Peter Artedi's Ichthyologia ()", Svenska Linnésällskapets Årsskrift.
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In quibus systema totum ichthyologiae proponitur cum classibus, ordinibus, generum characteri by Artedi, Peter COVID Update J Biblio is open and shipping orders. page pamphlet under the title of "Peter Artedi-A Bicentenary Memoir written on behalf of the Swedish Royal Academy of Science," by Einar L6nn-berg, translated by W.
Harlock, and published at Upsala and Stockholm, Berlin, London, and Paris. The present paper on Peter Artedi is not merely a summary of the main points in these two references.
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Curious death of Peter Artedi: a mystery in the history of science Item Preview remove-circle Share or. A manuscript catalogue of the fishes of the Baltic Sea, and of the rivers and lakes of Sweden, the only known original work of the Swedish ichthyologist Peter Artedi (‒35) by his own hand, is translated into English for the first time, and its contents assessed in light of Artedi’s contribution to the development and philosophy of Linnaean : Hans Aili, Theodore W Pietsch.
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More or less in passing another Swedish scientist was mentioned, Peter Artedi, but that man had drowned in an Amsterdam canal after drinking too much wine.
As the story goes, Artedi wrote a book on the classification of fishes, but that book had to be published posthumously by his friend Linnaeus, who corrected and improved the s: 3.
Peter Artedi: a bicentenary memoir: written on behalf of the Swedish Royal Academy of Science / By. Lönnberg, Einar, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Uppsala:Almquist & Wiksells Boktr., Subjects.Peter Artedi. 2 18 of the extreme kindness and consideration he had been the recipient of from him in particular.
His stay in England, however, had almost exhausted his resources, and he informed LIXN^US of the great anxiety he was in lest his means should not allow of his spending the requisite time in Holland and procuring the necessary books.In his mystery novel The curious death of Peter Artedi – a mystery in the history of science ( pp., Scott & Nix, New York, ) Theodore W.
Pietsch, ichthyologist, professor at the University of Washington in Seattle, tells the story again, this time in the hand of Carl Linnaeus, in Linnaeus’ characteristic egocentric, bombastic, voluptuous, but yet flowing and elegant fashion.