Reference numberCLP/22ii/9
TitlePaper, Account of Dominic Bottoni's 'Animadversiones apologetica quod sanguis non sit anima et venae sectio omnino necessaria ad salutem [Apologetic observations because blood is not animated and surgery of the blood-vessels is entirely necessary to safety]' by [Johann] Steigertahl
DescriptionPrinted at Messina in 1717. Read to the Royal Society on 19 November 1724.

Subject: Medicine
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA10013Bottoni; Domenico (1641 - c1721); physician1641 - c1721
NA7403Steigertahl; Johann Georg (c 1667 - c 1740)c 1667 - c 1740
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