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PER UN ARCHIVIO DELLA CORRISPONDENZA DEGLI SCIENZIATI ITALIANI

In: Nuncius
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MARIO DE GREGORIO
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Abstract

title SUMMARY /title The inventory of Giorgio Santi's correspondance preserved in the Public Library of Siena shows the many relations of this tuscan chemist, botanist and naturalist, from 1776 to 1822. He grew in France in close contact with the new theories put forward by Buffon and Lavoisier. He was Professor at the University of Pisa and since 1782 director of the botanical gardens of this town. Santi is one of the most interesting italian scientific personalities between eighteenth and nineteenth century, an important representative of that Tuscan group that worked towards the achievement of the great program of the Grand Duke Pietro Leopoldo, and then persued the goal under the new French administration.

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