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Reference numberCLP/9ii/5
LevelItem
TitleExtract, 'Osservatione del Signor Adriano Auzout fatta in Roma nel principio di quest'anno intorno alla declinatione della Calamita, estratta dal primo Giornale de' Letterati dell'anno 1670'
Date[1670]
Description'Observations by Mr Adrian Azout made in Rome in the beginning of the year regarding magnetic variation, extracted from the first Giornale de' Letterati of the year 1670'. Printed extract.

Subject: Magnetism

Published in English in Philosophical Transactions as 'An observation of M. Adrian Azout, a French philosopher, made in Rome (where he now is) about the beginning of this Year 1670. concerning the declination of the magnet: out of an Italian printed paper, English'd by the publisher, as follows'.

Read to the Royal Society on 14 April 1670.
LanguageItalian
Extent4p
FormatPrinted
Physical descriptionPrinted manuscript on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1670.0021
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA2328Auzout; Adrian (1622 - 1691); physician and astronomer1622 - 1691
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