Reference numberCLP/10ii/18
TitlePaper, 'Nova literaria physico-medica curiosa containing a description of the cereus which flower'd at Norimberg in the year 1730' by Jo [Johann] George Steigertahl
Date20 December 1730
DescriptionPaper on physico-medical curiosities, including a description of the cereus peruvianus [Peruvian cactus] which flowered in Nuremburg in 1730. Translated from Latin by T [Thomas] Stack. Original Latin manuscript found at CLP/10ii/17.

Subject: Botany

Published in Philosophical Transactions as 'Nova literaria physico-medica curiosa; containing a description of the cereus which flowered at Norimberg in the year 1730. Communicated by Jo. Georg. Steigertahl Arch. Reg. Hanor. Prof. Helm. Soc. Honorar. Coll. Med. Lond. & R. S. S. to Sir Hans Sloane Bart. Pr. R. S. & Coll. Med. Lond. Translated from the Latin by T. Stack, M. D'.

Read to the Royal Society on 18 February 1730 [1731?].
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1729.0065
Printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 36 (1729), p 462
Related records in the catalogueCLP/10ii/17
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7403Steigertahl; Johann Georg (c 1667 - c 1740)c 1667 - c 1740
NA5443Stack; Thomas (- 1756) - 1756
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