Reference numberL&P/2/411
TitleLetter, 'An account of some antiquities dug up at Herculaneum' from Camillo Paderni to Richard Mead
Date18 November 1752
DescriptionSubject: Antiquities

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'Extract of a Letter from Signor Camillo Paderni, to Dr. Mead, concerning the Antiquities Dug up from the Antient Herculaneum, Dated from Naples, Nov. 18, 1752. Translated from the Italian'

Read 8 February 1753
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1753.0010
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7739Paderni; Camillo (fl 1755)fl 1755
NA8349Mead; Richard (1673 - 1754)1673 - 1754
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