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        Haggadah - Sefer Mateh Aharon

      Frankfurt 1710 Attractively rebound in modern blue half leather, in blue gilt custom made box, [2] 2 44 leaves, some repairs to margins. Copper plate illustrations after the style of the Amsterdam Haggadah. With the Hascamah (Rabbinic letter of approbation) from Rabbi Naftali Hacohen of Frankfort. The Mateh Aharon is an extensive commentary first published in 1678. The illustrated plates are very sharp. Yudlov 113.

      [Bookseller: Fishburn Books]
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        Of the law of nature and nations. Eight books. Written in Latin by the Baron Pufendorf, Counsellor of State to His late Swedish Majesty, and to the present King of Prussia. Translated into English. The second edition carefully corrected, and compared with Mr. Barbeyrac's French translation; with the addition of his notes, and two tables.

      Oxford : printed by L. Lichfield, for A. and J. Churchil, R. Sare, R. Bonwicke, W. Freeman, T. Goodwyn, M. Wotton, J. Walthoe, S. Manship, J. Nicholson, R. Parker, B. Tooke, and R. Smith, 1710.. Second edition, corrected, folio, [24],724,[22]pp., engraved armorial bookplate of Henry Chinn, cont. calf, rubbed, upper cover detached.The second edition carefully corrected, and compared with Mr. Barbeyrac's French translation; with the addition of his notes, and two tables. ESTC T141114.

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        The Books of Job. Psalms. Proverbs. Ecclesiastes. and the Song of Solomon

      London: Printed for John Meredith in Trust for Royston and Elizabeth Meredith, 1710. First edition thus. Hardcover. Very Good. First two volume edition (previously published in 10 volumes). Original full tan calf leather bindings. Hardbacks. No dustjackets. Large 8vo. [19]/1- 126 pages. 127-536 pages. [15]/ 550-771 pages. [3]/ 775-932. [2]. 935-1024 pages. Portrait frontispiece. Some owners notes and minor foxing except for the first title page in volume two. Slight chipping and cracking to head and foot of spines.

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        [Oliver Cromwell] Olivarius Cromwell

      Published by Henr. Neuhusius Fris. Pensionarius Worcumensis, circa 1710. Engraving. Printed on laid watermarked paper. In good condition with the exception of two skillfully mended tears across Cromwell's face. Very light crease along middle of image. Sheet has been re-margined with laid paper. Image size: 21 ¾ x 17 inches. 22 ¾ x 17 inches. 25 ½ x 19 5/16 inches. This remarkable engraving is an early portrait of Oliver Cromwell, one of England's most famous leaders. This is a commanding equestrian portrait of Oliver Cromwell with a panoramic view of London stretching out behind him. Published by the celebrated German poet Henricus Neuhusius this image provides a fascinating insight into the dissemination of Cromwell's image across Europe. Cromwell is memorialized in countless portraits by both English and Continental artists, and his image continued to be reproduced in print until the late nineteenth century. This rare engraving is an early example of the pictorial legacy, which Cromwell inspired. Published for a continental market, this striking portrait depicts Cromwell as larger than life; both his horse and his body are massive in proportion to his surroundings, creating a statuesque effect, which is visually compelling. Cromwell's body controls the compositional space of the image making him appear all-powerful, and he hold's the viewer's attention with his resolute gaze. Early portraits of Cromwell, such as this, are seldom seen on the market, making this a true rarity and a fine collector's piece.

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        Botanologia - The English Herbal: Or a History of Plants

      London: I. Dawks for H. Rhodes and J. Taylor, 1710. [6], xxiv, 1296pp, [44]. Rebound in modern full calf, raised bands, spine in seven panels, morocco title label to second panel, remaining with small central blind device, covers with blind stamped panel design. Externally very good, internally lightly browned throughout, occasionally heavy, light damp stain to head of last hundred or so pages, a few small worm tracks to margins, but generally clean. Binding is a little out of square, so the book leans when sat on a shelf. Lacks the 6pp 'Index Morborum' as usual. Engraved frontispiece by Van Der Gucht, title in red and black. "Salmon, William (1644-1713), medical empiric and author ... Salmon published Botanologia: the English Herbal in 1710-11, a work later recalled as 'the swan song of the great English herbalists'" (ODNB). Henrey 1308, Pritzel 8018 and Wellcome V:13. First Edition. Full Calf. Good+. Illus. by Van Der Gucht. Folio.

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      1710. HERMANN, Paul. CYNOSURA MATERIAE MEDICAE seu Brevis et Succincta Methodus Notitiam Simplicium Medicamentorum Comparandi... etc. etc. [Guide to medicinal substances, organized by categories, and to their uses] Edited by Johann Sigismund Henninger. Strasburg: Widow of Johann Friedrich Spoor, 1710. First Edition. Quarto. Roan-backed marbled boards, very rubbed. Front flyleaf missing. A revision of the Pharmacopoea matritensis. Internally spotted and toned, with light waterstain pp. 331-end. Early ownership signatures and marginalia. (Wellcome III, 253).

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        Demonstratio de Deo sive Methodus ad Cognitionem Dei naturalem Brevis ac Demonstrativa. Cui accedunt Epistolae quaedam Miscellaneae. De Animae Natura & Immortalitate, De veritate Religionis Christianae, De Universo, &c

      Title printed in red & black. 4to, cont. calf, panelled in gilt (upper joint a little cracked but strong, one small defect to upper cover), spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. London: G. Taylor, 1710. First edition, presentation copy from the author to Thomas Parker (1667-1732), first earl of Macclesfield and lord chancellor, who formed the magnificent library at Shirburn Castle. Raphson (fl. 1689-1712), mathematician and fellow of the Royal Society, has inscribed the free front endpaper: "Viro vere Venerabili Thoma Parkero Equiti Aurato Summo Anglia in Banco Regina Justiciario &c J Raphson." Raphson knew Newton in Cambridge and wrote The History of Fluxions (1715), which served as an apologia for Newton and an exposition of his methods of calculus. He also translated into English Newton's Arithmetica Universalis. Raphson was, amongst the Newtonians, the most fervent defender of the nature of space as a divine attribute. Leibniz owned a copy of this book and critically reviewed it in the Jan.-Feb. 1712 issue of the Acta Eruditorum. Berkeley fiercely attacked this book; he denied space ever possessed any strong ontological status. Fine and handsome copy from the Macclesfield library with bookplate. Title somewhat browned. .

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        Les Oeuvres de Monsieur de Moliere

      Jean Geofroy Nyon, Paris, 1710. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. 5 volumes, apparently all that Nyon published from the 8 Denis Thierry printed in 1709. With 20 engravings as frontis pieces for the plays, plus the general frontis and the portrait of Moliere at the start of volume 1. With a life of Moliere and commentary. Includes Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, Amphitryon, L'escole des Maris, L'escole des Femmes, Le Misantrope, Tartuffe, others. Full contemporary calf, wear at corners and hinges (some of which are splitting, but the bindings are all firm), some rubbing to spine labels, but an attractive set. Worming to the top edge of the first third of volume 4, occasionally obscuring letters in the running title and the edge of a few illustrations. Attractive engraved bookplate of Bernardine Murphy (likely the Countess) on the endpaper in volume 1. Size: Octavo (8vo). 5-volume set (complete). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Theatre & Plays; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 040626. .

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        Plan de la Battaille de Hochstett. Donnée Le 13. Aoust 1704." Karte des Gebietes um Höchstädt mit Truppenaufstellungen der Zweiten Schlacht bei Höchstädt am 13. August 1704. Manuskript-Plan

      Aquarellierte Federzeichnung um 1710. 44.8x57 cm. - Das sehr sorgfältig ausgeführte, kolorierte Blatt zeigt eine westorientierte Karte des Gebietes zwischen Höchstädt, Erlingshofen, Oppertshofen und Mörslingen. Die Städte sind als kleine Ansichten dargestellt, eingezeichnet sind der Donaulauf mit Sonderheim, Blindheim, Gremheim, Donaumünster und die Ebene bis zur Riesalb mit Schwenningen, Tapfheim, Brachstadt, Wolpertstetten, Weilheim, Berghausen, Schwennenbach, Lutzingen, Unter- und Oberglauheim, Deisenhofen. Im Kartenbild die Truppenaufstellungen mit handschriftlichen Erläuterungen u.a. die Nennung der Regimenter der alliierten Armee, Waffengattungen und Quartiere der Zweiten Schlacht bei Höchstädt. In dieser Schlacht des Spanischen Erbfolgekrieges standen sich die siegreichen alliierten Österreicher, Kaiserliche und Engländer unter Eugen von Savoyen und dem Duke of Marlborough und die französische und bayerische Armee unter dem Befehl des Marschalls von Tallard und des Kurfürsten Maximilian II. Emanuel gegenüber.Titel des Blattes dekorativ in einer Kartusche mit Girlanden, Ornamenten, Putte und Reichsadler mit Lorberkranz, links ausführliche französische Legende zum Schlachtverlauf, kalligraphisch in Tinte ausgeführt, mit militärischem Beiwerk u.a. Fahnen und Standarten oben. Kartenbild und Legende eingerahmt in getuschter, sepiafarbener Umrandungslinie. Mehrere sehr kurze und ein ca. 5 cm langer Randeinriss restauriert. Dekorative und militärhistorisch interessante Darstellung auf kräftigem Büttenpapier.

      [Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat]
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        Beschreibung der Molukischen Insuln, und derer zwischen Den Spaniern, Portugiesen und Holländern darum geführten Kriege, Wobey zugleich allerhand, in Europa und Indien vorgefallene Begebenheiten, wozu die Molucken Gelegenheit gegeben, ausführlich erzehlet werden. Erstlich ... In Spanischer Sprache beschrieben, nachgehends in die Französische, und numehr in die Hochdeutsche übersetzet. [Erster Theil] und Andrer Theil

      Frankfurt, Rohrlach 1710. 17 cm. (2), 760, (48) Seiten mit gestochenem Frontispiz, Titel rot und schwarz gedruckt, Festeinband, Ledereinband der Zeit mit Papier-Rückenschild - Cox I, 283f (vgl.) - Graesse I, 193 - Jöcher I, 523 (vgl.) - Nederl. Scheepv. M. 494 (vgl.) - Die ersten beiden Teile von "Conquista de las islas Malucas" mit 48-seitigem Register am Ende. "One of the most important works of the Philippine Islands" (Cox). Mit vielen Einzelheiten zur Geschichte der Entdeckung und Eroberung durch die Portugiesen und Spanier, Kultur der Eingeborenen, Piraterie, Handel der Chinesen, etc. - Titelseite ist am Unterrand knapp beschnitten. Auf dem Titel zeitgenössischer Besitzeintrag "Marii B. V. Einsiedlens." und auf dem Vorsatz ein Exlibris um etwa 1850 "Landammann Hediger". Das Werk wird durch die Napoleonischen Eingriffe 1798 aus der Stiftsbibliothek Einsiedeln entfernt worden sein. -

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        Then första boken af Swea och Götha minnings-merken uthi Uplandz första del Thiundaland/ fordom med gamla runor/ eller annan nyare skrift/ på stenar och berg kring landet/ eller wid förnäma mäns lägerställen i kyrkior/ antecknade; yttermera med flit aftagne/ och korteligen beskrefne.

      Monumentorum sveo-gothicorum liber primus, Uplandiæ partem primariam Thiundiam continens, cum antiquitatibus ac in scriptionibus quæ cippis & rupibus, vel tumbis incisæ passim reperiuntur; justa delineatione, brevique commentario illustratæ. Sthlm, O. Enæus, 1710. Folio. (8),306 s. & 7 grav. plr & 1 utvikbar grav. karta. Med 3 grav. vinjetter, varav 2 inklistrade, och en mängd träsnitt i texten. + PERINGSKIÖLD, JOHAN. Monumenta Ullerakerensia cum Upsalia nova illustrata, eller: Ulleråkers häradz minnings-merken/ med nya Upsala/ uti Uplands första del Thiundaland/ antecknade. Sthlm, J. L. Horrn, 1719. Folio. (6),98,101-352 s. & 32 grav. plr. Ståtligt men nött hfrbd från 1800-talets första årtionden med upphöjda bind och rikt guldornerad rygg. Helt guldsnitt. Ryggen torr och lite flagnad. Stora sprickor i ytterfalsarna och en lite trist skada upptill på ryggen. Lite nära skuren. Bitvis ngt lagerfläckig. Lagning i marginalen på s. 56 i "Then första boken" och på s. 317 i "Monumenta". Några av planscherna med äldre lappar fästa i hörnen. Med S. H. P. Aurivillius namnteckning på titelbladet, Gunnar Brusewitz namnteckning och exlibris. "Then första boken" har aldrig haft de två grav. vinjetterna på titelbladet. "Monumenta" saknar den grav. vinjett som vanligtvis återfinns inklistrad på s. 100.. Warmholtz 344-45. Bygdén Landskapet Uplands och Stockholms stad s. 12-13. Fiske Runic literature s. 55-56. Teijler Bibliographia Upsaliensis 7434 för "Monumenta Ullerakeriensa". Allt som utkom av Peringskiölds monumentalt upplagda "Swea och Götha minnings-merken". Den första delen beskriver Vaksala och Gamla Uppsala med dess fornminnen och förtecknar bl.a. uppländska lagmän och landshövdingar. Den har svensk och latinsk parallelltext. "Monumenta Ullerakeriensa" behandlar huvudsakligen Uppsala och dess domkyrka och är - sin titel till trots - enbart författad på svenska. Lindroth betonar "Monumenta Ullerakenias" grundlighet och betecknar i synnerhet planscherna som "ovärderliga", då många av domkyrkans inventarier avritades före Uppsalabranden 1702. Arbetet avbildar och beskriver även ett stort antal runstenar av vilka flera idag är försvunna eller skadade. Förarbeten till en planerad fortsättning förvaras i handskrift på Kungliga biblioteket. De flesta planscherna är stuckna av Truls Arwidsson, men även gravyrer av J. Spiegelberg, J. C. Sartorius och enligt Klemming eventuellt även T. Campanius Holm ingår

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        Senecae Rhetoris qvae extant Opera; Ad veterum exemplarium fidem castigata: Græcis lacunis, quibus superiores Editiones Scatebant, expletis...Secunda Editio, recensita & aucta Scholijs. Fed. Morelli. Paris, P. Chevalier, 1613.

      Folio. Cont. hvellum made of an antiphonar-leaf. Front cover with reminiscents of antiphonar-leaf, back cover blank. Titlepage with large engraved portrait-vignette. (48),974,(46),284,98,(22),16,(1) pp. Bookplate of Abrahem Francke 1710. A few underlinings and marginal notes. Faint yellowing to leaves

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        Law of Actions: Being An Exact, Brief and Methodical Collection of all adjudg'd Cases out of all the Reports of the Law to this Day; And likewise from Roll's Abridgment [with] the Reason that Rules it Render'd obvious to the meanest Capacity [etc.]

      A rare work devoted almost entirely to action on the case, as it began "to produce the modern categories under which our substantive law is grouped", contrasting tort and contract, with much on slander, assumpsit and "doing, not doing, or misdoing". Contemporary blind-ruled calf, rubbed, the label largely lacking, a bit of browning and staining, yet generally well preserved; six copies in ESTC. Printed by John Nutt . . . for John Hartley [etc.], London, 1710.

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        THE TATLER

      1710. Fine. (STEELE, Richard. THE TATLER). THE LUCUBRATIONS OF ISAAC BICKERSTAFF ESQ. London, Charles Lillie and John Morphew, 1710-11. Four volumes. First collected edition. Contains all 271 issues of Richard Steele's witty periodical, with essays and commentary on the life of the day, published from April, 1709 to January, 1711. Among the contributors were Joseph Addison and Jonathan Swift. Steele borrowed the pseudonym "Isaac Bickerstaff" from a literary joke played by Swift. The binder inserted the final issue, in which Steele reveals his true identity, at the beginning of volume IV, rather than at the end. Contemporary blind-panelled calf boards, handsomely rebacked with six gilt panels and raised bands to spine. Some light foxing to volumes I and II, otherwise internally fine; light wear to extremities, and tiny chip to spine head of volume III. First edition of a milestone in the history of the British essay, in a lovely binding.

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        The Spirit of Fanaticism: Exemplify'd in the Tryals of Mr. James Mitchel . . . and Major Thomas Weir . . . who was Burnt between Edinburgh and Leith April the 11th, 1670 . . . Written by an Advocate of the Civil Law of Scotland. Straus p.212

      First Curll edition of the account of the trial of Thomas Weir, "one of Scotland's most famous wizards", strangled and burned for witchcraft, incest with his sister (who was hanged) and stepdaughter, bestiality with mares and cows and adultery. Early 1/4 black morocco over decorated boards, a portion of the spine lacking, some browning and foxing, a somewhat fragile but usable copy. Printed for E. Curll, at the Dial and Bible [etc.], London, 1710.

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        Lexicon technicum: Or, an universal English dictionary of arts and sciences. 2 vols., 1704-10

      Dan Brown Tim. Goodwin John Walthoe etc. London: Dan Brown, Tim. Goodwin, John Walthoe [etc.], 1704 -1710. No Dust Jacket. Harris, John (1666?-1719). Lexicon technicum: Or, an universal English dictionary of arts and sciences: Explaining not only the terms of art, but the arts themselves. 2 vols., folio. Unpaginated; collation available on request. Engraved portrait frontispiece by G. White after R. White in Vol. I, 14 engraved plates, text woodcuts. London: Dan Brown, Tim. Goodwin, John Walthoe [etc.], 1704-1710. 320 x 205 mm. Paneled calf ca. 1704-10, rebacked, endpapers renewed. A few plates toned, but a fine copy. Armorial bookplate of John Manley, Esq. in Vol. II. First Edition of the first English dictionary of arts and sciences, and the earliest modern encyclopedia of science. Harris was the first to make the distinction between "word-books" (dictionaries) and "subject-books (encyclopedias), and his Lexicon Technicum is the first English encyclopedia to be arranged in alphabetical order, as opposed to systematic order in the tradition of the medieval encyclopedist, Isidore of Seville. A clergyman educated at Oxford, Harris took an early interest in science, and was elected to the Royal Society in 1696. As a result, he had access to many of the greatest scientific minds in England, and the Lexicon technicum may be the first example of an encyclopedist relying directly on the consultation and help of experts or specialists, such as John Ray and Isaac Newton. In particular Harris relied heavily on the writings of Isaac Newton as a source, quoting lengthy excerpts from them under such headings as "Attraction," "Colour," "Fluxions," "Gravity," "Light," and "Motion." The introduction to Vol. II contains the first printing (in Latin and English) of Newton's "De natura acidorum," his only published work on chemistry; and the articles "Quadrature" and "Curves" give the first English translations of the "Two treatises" from Newton's Opticks. The first edition of volume 2 was published together with the second edition of volume 1. Therefore sets of the first edition of both volumes of Lexicon Technicum are rare on the market. Babson Supplement, p. 55. Collison, p. 99. Horblit , One Hundred Books Famous in Science 25a. Norman 992. Printing and the Mind of Man 171a. Wallis 383.5-383.501.

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        Theatrum praxeos medicae. Quo aegritudines corporis humani tam internae quam externa. Ordine alphabetico ...

      4 n.n. Bl., 556 S.; 615 (recte 613) S. Mit gestochenem Porträt von J.G. Seiller nach Gotth. Heidegger. Pergament der Zeit mit späterem, handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Blake 501. - Hirsch-H. V, 1057. - Einzige Ausgabe, wesentlich seltener als sein "Theatrum botanicum". Das Werk steht in der Tradition des berühmten "Theatrum vitae humanae" des Grossvaters des Verfassers. - Durchgehend leicht stockfleckig. Ecken bestossen. Einband fleckig.

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        Mysterion Apokatastaseos Panton (graece), Das ist: Das Geheimniß Der Wiederbringung aller Dinge, Darinnen In einer Unterredung zwischen Philaletham und Agathophilum gelehret wird, Wie das Böse und die Sünde, Die keine Ewige Wurtzel hat, sondern in der Zeit geuhrständet ist, wiederum gäntzlich solle auffgehoben, und vernichtet; Hergegen die Creaturen Gottes, Die nach seinem Willen das Wesen haben, doch eine jegliche in ihrer Ordnung, von der Sünde, und Strasse der Sünden, nach Verfliessung derer in der Göttlichen Oeconomie darzu bestimmten Perioden, und nach Außübung der Gerechtigkeit, krafft des ewigen Rath-Schlusses Gottes, durch Jesum Chrisum, Den Wiederbringer aller Dinge, Zum Lobe und Preiß seines herrlichen Namens, sollen befreyet und errette werden, auff daß da bleibe Das Gute, Und Gott sey Alles in Allen, Offenbahret durch Einen Zeugen Gottes und seiner Warheit

      3 in 1 Band. Mit gest.. Frontisp. und Textkupfer. 18 Bll., 32, 288 (recte 292), 118 (recte 116), 147, 34 S., 4 Bll.; 21 Bll., 71 S., 1 Bl., 42, 142, 130, 91, 102, 64 S.; 5 Bll., 556, 142 S., 4 Bll., 71 S. Prgt. d. Zt. Folio. 33 x 22 cm. Erste Ausgabe (Bd. I datiert 1701). Georgi IV, 312; Vgl. Holzmann-B. 5681 (Ausg. 1703-10); Rosenthal 2783 (nur Bde. I und II). Ackermann III, 327: "Außerordentlich selten, besonders mit dem 3. Band." FdF 1426 (jeweils die Ausg. 1700-10): "Petersen combined in this work everything that he found written in orginal works, polemics of opponents, defensive works, and other tracts dealing with the problem of chiliasm to which he was passionately devoted." - Hauptwerk des Osnabrücker Pietisten und Anhängers Spener. - Einband etwas altersfleckig, insgesamt sehr gutes und komplettes Exemplar des monumentalen Werkes!

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        Considerazioni ed esperienze intorno al creduto cervello di bue impietrito; Considerazioni ed esperienze intorno all generazione de’vermi nel corpo umano...;

      Nella stamperia del SeminarioEach work with separate title. With 14 folding plates (10 in the first volume, 4 in the second volume). Contemporary vellum in fine condition; from the library of Antonio Pacchioni (1665-1726), famous anatomist and physician. First editions of Vallisnieri's first two books. In the first work, the author describes the brain of an ox, which supposedly contained some curious stones, petrified during the lifetime of the animal. However, he denies that the mass found in the animal's head is actually its brain. We can't tell you exactly what it turned out to be; you have to read the book. The second work is an important treatise in parasitology, with observations on parasites in the human body. He proved that these parasites were not due to spontaneous generation, as then frequently believed, but grew from eggs. Vallisnieri (1661-1730), the famous pupil of Malpighi, was noted as a physician, professor of medicine at the University of Padua, and as a scientific investigator. He wrote extensively on embryology, biology, natural history and geology, and did fundamental research in the fields of helminthology and entomology. Pacchioni (1665-1726), a pupil of Malpighi, was a successful physician in Rome and head doctor at the Hospital of San Giovanni in Laterano. He collaborated with Lancisi on the explanatory text of Eustachi's Tabulae anatomicae, but is best known for his Dissertatio epistolaris de glandulis conglobatis durae meningis humane (Rome, 1705) which describes the arachnoidal granulations and the slight depressions produced by the arachnoid tissue under the dura. Pacchioni's bodies and Pacchioni's depressions were coined from his discoveries.

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