Authorised form of nameTiedemann; Friedrich (1781 - 1861)
Dates1781 - 1861
Place of birthKassel, Germany
Date of birth23 August 1781
Place of deathMunich, Germany
Date of death22 January 1861
Research fieldAnatomy
Marburg University
Professor of Human and Comparative Anatomy, University of Landshut; Professor, Heidelberg (from 1816)
Membership categoryForeign Member
Date of election09/06/1832
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
Proc Roy Soc 1862-1863 vol 12 pp xxvii-xxxii
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA2510
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
M/221Tiedemann, Friedrich
IM/004604Tiedemann, Friedrichnd
MC/5/139Letter from Edw [Edward] Rigby, 36 Berkeley Square, to the Secretary of the Royal Society21 January 1854
EC/1832/29Tiedemann, Friedrich: certificate of election to the Royal Society
PT/22/5Paper, 'On the brain of the negro [sic], compared with that of the European and the orang-outang [orangutan]' by Dr Frederick [Friedrich] Tiedemann[1836]
RR/1/246Referee's report by Joseph Henry Green, on a paper 'On the brain of the 'negro' [sic], compared with that of the European and the ourang-outang' by Frederick Tiedemann14 July 1830
MC/2Volume 2 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1832-1838
MC/2/46Letter from Friedrich Tiedemann, Heidelberg, to the Royal Society24 August 1832
PT/74/3/24Drawing, 'Simia troglodytes' by H [Heinrich] Tiedemann1835
PT/74/3/16Drawing, 'Cerebrum aethiopis' by [Heinrich Tiedemann][1836]
PT/74/3/18Drawing, 'Cerebrum aethiopis' by J Wagner[1836]
PT/74/3/17Drawing, base of brain of Ethiopian male by J Wagner[1836]
PT/74/3/19Drawing, longitudinal section of brain of Ethiopian male by J Wagner[1836]
PT/74/3/20Drawing, brain of a southern African woman by Dünret[1836]
PT/74/3/15Drawing, 'Cerebrum aethiopis' by H [Heinrich] Tiedemann[1836]
PT/74/3/21Drawing, 'Simia satyrus' by [Heinrich Tiedemann][1836]
PT/74/3/22Drawing, 'Simia satyrus' by [Heinrich Tiedemann][1836]
PT/74/3/23Drawing, 'Simia troglodytes' by H [Heinrich] Tiedemann1835
MC/5Volume 5 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1851-1858
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