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Joan Salvador and James Petiver: the last years (1715–1718) of their scientific correspondence

AuthorsCamarasa, Josep M.; Ibáñez Cortina, Neus
History of science
Història de la ciència
Issue DateOct-2012
PublisherEdinburgh University Press
CitationArchives of natural history 39(2) :191-216 (2012).
Abstract[EN]At the time of the war of the Spanish Succession (1705–1714), Joan Salvador and James Petiver, two apothecaries with an impassioned interest in understanding nature, began a long and fruitful correspondence that would only come to an end with Petiver’s death in 1718. A previous paper sets out and discusses these two naturalists’ correspondence (which is quite exceptionally complete) during the wartime period between the end of 1706 and the fall of Barcelona on 11 September 1714. This paper completes the review and discussion of their correspondence up until the death of Petiver in 1718.
[CAT]En mig de la Guerra de Successio´ d’Espanya (1705–1714), Joan Salvador i James Petiver, dos apotecaris curiosos i apassionats pel coneixement de la natura havien iniciat una llarga i fructı´fera correspondence, que havia de perdurar fins a la mort de Petiver el 1718. En un article anterior s’havia recollit i comentat la correspondence (excepcionalment completa) intercanviada entre aquests dos naturalistes durant el perı´ode de guerra que va de finals del 1706 fins a la caiguda de Barcelona l’11 de Setembre de 1714. En aquest es completa l’estudi de la correspondencia entre els dos naturalistas fins a la mort de Petiver
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Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.3366/anh.2012.0090
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