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Reference numberCLP/8ii/77a
LevelItem
TitleLetter extract, 'Observatio Eclipseos Telluris Romae habita in aedibus eminentissimi cardinalis' [observations of the solar eclipse made at the house of an eminent Cardinal in Rome], from Didacus de Revillas [Diego Ravillas] to Eustachio Manfredi
Date[1734]
DescriptionObservations of the eclipse which occurred on 3 May 1734. Observations made by Didacus de Revillas and Andreas Celsius at Rome.

Communicated to the Royal Society by Eustachio Manfredi.

Extract from original letter to Manfredi dated 15 May 1734.

Read to the Royal Society on 23 October 1735

Subject: Astronomy
LanguageLatin
Extent3p
FormatPrinted
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1735.0062
Printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 39, no 442, p 294
JBO/16/175
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA7202Manfredi; Eustachio (1674 - 1739)1674 - 1739
NA1124Revillas; Didacus de (fl 1731 - 1734)fl 1731 - 1734
NA6791Celsius; Andreas (1701 - 1744)1701 - 1744
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