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or taking new directions. The widely circulated observations on the weight of lead were repeated by many sources, the most significant of which will be analyzed in this article: Julius Caesar Scaliger, Girolamo Cardano, Gabriele Falloppio, Andrea Cesalpino, Jean Bodin, Girolamo Mercuriale

In: Early Science and Medicine

Strawson's Analytic Salvage of Kant's Transcendental Deduction of the Categories, Hua Terence Tai Outrage and Authority, Milton Fisk Hua Hengfang (1833-1902) and His Notebook on Learning Mathematics: Xue Suan Bi Tang, Wann-Sheng Horng Gabriele Falloppio's De medicatis aquis as a Major Source of

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Gabriele Falloppio, Fabrici d’Acquapendente, or Andrea Cesalpino. This edition is also perfectly in line with what was recently done for Vesalius’s Fabrica in the new English annotated translation (2014) by Daniel H. Garrison and Malcom H. Hast. Baldo’s edition is thus a reference model for scholars

In: Nuncius

-Schüler Gabriele Falloppio und Fabricius ab Aquapendente, der Lehrer William Harveys in Padua, zu nennen. Auch diesen Anatomen ist die Aufdeckung und Beschreibung einer Vielzahl neuer Details in der Human-A. zu verdanken. So ist etwa noch heute die tuba pharyngotympanica als tuba auditiva Eustachii

in Enzyklopädie der Neuzeit Online

Also worthy of mention among the famous anatomists of the 16th century are Bartolomeo Eustachi, Vesalius’s student Gabriele Falloppio and Fabricius ab Aquapendente, the teacher of William Harvey in Padua. These anatomists also deserve credit for the discovery and description of a large number of new

in Encyclopedia of Early Modern History Online

, Vannoccio Biringuccio, Gabriele Falloppio and Girolamo Mercuriale could still offer a quantitative explanation of the increase of the weight of lead during calcination, using the Aristotelian notion of an inherently light pneumatic matter. 11 Moreover, as William Newman has shown, even for Aristotelian

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, Hippocrates, Galen, Paul of Aegina), and of the Middle Ages (Rhazes, Haly, Albucasis, Taddeo Alderotti, Gentile da Foligno, Guy de Chauliac, Bruno da Longoburgo, Ugo Benzi or Ugo Senensis). It also includes modern authors as Andreas Vesalius, Pietro Andrea Mattioli, Orazio Augenio, Gabriele Falloppio

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that the ancients had failed to notice things that were known in the early modern period was, nevertheless, not completely harmless. This is made explicit in the comment by Gabriele Falloppio on de Orta in which he made this observation, that is in his Aromatum et simplicium aliquot medicamentorum

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intercostal nerves. Also, although the arterial circle at the base of the Willis Brain became known as the “circle of Willis,” Fallopius (Gabriele Falloppio) (1523–1562) had actually depicted it before Willis (Ione 2010a). 7 Usually described as engravings, Nathan Flis had convincing argued that Wren

In: Art and the Brain

considerable presence of Italian authors of Medical Secrets, such as Gabriele Falloppio (1523– 1562), physician and professor of Anatomy, Pietro Bairo (1468–1558), physician of 399Dispersed Collections of Scientific Books <UN> 32 32 Elenchus librorum omnium tum in Tridentino, Clementinoq. Indice, tum in

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