UN CARTEGGIO INEDITO TRA ANTONIO COCCHI E GIOVANNI BIANCHI S T E F A N O D E C A R O L I S * - A N D R E A A. C O N T I * * - D O N A T E L L A L I P P I * * * * UnitÃ � O p e r a t i v a di Geriatria, A.U.S.L. Rimini ** Clinica Medica G e n e r a l e e Cardiologia, UniversitÃ � di Firenze *** D i p a r t i m e n t o di Anatomia, Istologia e M e d i c i n a Legale, UniversitÃ � di Firenze SUMMARY Giovanni Bianchi (alias Iano Planco, 1693-1775), physician, scientist, scholar and versatile writer, represents the most relevant personality of the cultural milieu of Rimini (Emilia Romagna, Italy) during the XVIII century. In his palace, furnished with a rich library and a varied collection, he created a private school, in which dozens of pupils were educated. The correspondence examined in the present paper provides evidence of one of Bianchi's many exchanges of letters: in this case, with
Nuncius (successor of "Annali") – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2003
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