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Reference numberEL/C1/48
LevelItem
TitlePierre de Carcavy, dated at Paris, to Henry Oldenburg
CreatorCarcavi; Pierre de (1600-1684); French mathematician; secretary of the bibliothque royale de Louis XIV
Date14 January 1676
DescriptionAutograph letter
Carcavy is interested in obtaining Marsham's comments on anachronisms of those who write about the medals of the ancients and asks Oldenburg to intercede for him on this matter; he sends two books
LanguageFrench
Extent1 side
FormatManuscript
Place originParis, le-de-France, France
Origin coordinates48.85341, 2.3488
Access statusOpen
Related materialTranscribed in LBO/28/310
Transcribed and translated in 'The correspondence of Henry Oldenburg', ed and trans by A Rupert Hall and Marie Boas Hall, vol 12, p 119
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
URLhttp://emlo.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/profile/work/f11f9609-538b-4b80-8950-9cbc033f93e6
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA8001Oldenburg; Henry (c1619 - 1677); scientific correspondentc1619 - 1677
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