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Reference numberEL/C2/61
LevelItem
TitleAstronomical observations by John Baptista Carbone, dated at Lisbon, to Isaac de Sequeira Samuda
CreatorCarboni; Giovanni Battista (1694-1750); Jesuit; teacher of literae humaniores in Chieti and Lecce; teacher of mathematics in Lisbon; rector in Lisbon; royal mathematician in Lisbon
Date1726
DescriptionObservations of the lunar eclipse and satellites of Jupiter from Lisbon and Rome during 1724 to 1726
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Read to the Royal Society on 16 and 23 June 1726
LanguageLatin
Extent14 sides
FormatManuscript
Place originLisbon, Lisboa, Portugal
Origin coordinates38.71667, -9.13333
Access statusOpen
Related materialPrinted in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 34, no 394, p 90
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
URLhttp://emlo.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/profile/work/bb830d43-3f8a-43a5-886d-c119007eb8f2
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA3522Carbone; Joanne Baptista (- c 1750) - c 1750
NA5339Samuda; Isaac de Sequeira (c.1681 - 1729)c.1681 - 1729
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