Reference numberEC/1768/16
Previous numbersCert III, 48
TitleSpallanzani, Lazzaro: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionSecond of five certificates relating to this candidature. At head of certificate: 'Anno 1766 pridie Idus Martias Patavii'.
An addition to the citation, in a different hand, appears beneath it on the certificate (not transcribed)
CitationClarissimum Virum D Lazarum Spallanzani, in Mutinensi Universitate Philosophia Professorem, doctrina, ingenio, diligentia, judicio praestantem, et, quod consequitur, in vero per experimenta solertur indagando, eruendoque sagacissimum, sicut ejus Dissertationes duae, Mutinae anno superiore editae, praeclarae ostendunt, merito ab nostraribus Historiae Naturalis Cultoribus, et a me quoque probari, ac laudari, testor
ProposersJoannes Baptista Morgagnus PPPP et Regiae Londinensi Societati adscriptus
Access statusOpen
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Spallanzani, Lazzaro: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6912Spallanzani; Lazzaro (1729 - 1799)1729 - 1799
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