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Authorised form of nameCamper; Peter (1722 - 1789)
Other forms of nameCamper, Petrus
SurnameCamper
ForenamesPeter
Dates1722 - 1789
Dates and placesBirth:
Leyden, Netherlands (11 May 1722)
Death:
The Hague, Netherlands (07 April 1789)
ActivityResearch Field:
Anatomy, surgery, obstetrics, anthropology, ophthalmology
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
17/01/1751
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
References:
John Thomas, 'Josiah Wedgwood's Portrait Medallions of Fellows of the Royal Society' in NR 1963 vol 18 pp 45-53, plate
Royal Society codeNA2327
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1750/12Camper, Peter: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/000716Camper, Peter1778
CB/2/47Copy of a letter from Charles Blagden to Camper16 October 1786
L&P/2/49Paper, 'Of two ancient Malabar books, one of 21 and one of 7 leaves' by Peter Camper9 June 1749
L&P/7/85/3Plate, 'The larynx opened, to see the inward parts' by Peter Camper2 December 1778
L&P/7/85Paper, 'On the organs of speech of the Orang Outang' by Peter Camper1779
L&P/7/85/4Plate, 'The fore-part of the Orang Outan showing the skin of the neck and the latissimi colli laid open' by Peter Camper30 November 1778
L&P/7/85/1Letter, 'On the organs of speech of the Orang Outang' from Peter Camper to John Pringle1779
L&P/9/6/2Plate, 'Fragments of fossils' by Petrus Camper15 June 1786
L&P/9/6Paper, 'Conjectures relative to the petrifications found in the Mount of St Peter, near Maestricht' by Petrus Camper 1786
L&P/9/6/1Paper, 'Conjectures relative to the petrifications found in the Mount of St Peter, near Maestricht' by Petrus Camper 1786
L&P/9/6/3Plate, 'Petrifications found in the Mount of St Peter, near Maestricht' by Petrus Camper27 May 1786
L&P/7/85/2Plate, 'The pharynx, organ of voice and back part of the tongue and epiglottis of the Orang Outang' by Peter Camper1779
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