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Authorised form of nameBreynius; Johannes Philippus (c 1680 - 1764)
Other forms of nameBreyne, Johann Philipp
Breyn, Johann Philipp
SurnameBreynius
ForenamesJohannes Philippus
Datesc 1680 - 1764
NationalityGerman
Dates and placesBirth:
Danzig, Germany (c 1680)
Death:
Danzig, Germany (1764)
ActivityProfession:
Physician
Research Field:
Botany
Education:
Leyden. MD (1699)
Career:
Practised in Danzig
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
21/04/1703
RelationshipsSon of Jakob Breyne, Merchant and Botanist of Danzig
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DBE; Hirsch
References:
John H Appleby, 'The Royal Society and the Tartar Lamb' in NR 1997 vol 51 pp 23-34
Notes:
Proposed by Sir Hans Sloane. Lamoine list 1992 indicates possible birth date of 1690. Danzig, Germany is now Gdansk, Poland
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/77116695
Royal Society codeNA4327
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
RBO/12/79Account of the rarity of amber by John Philip Breynius1726
CLP/10ii/21Paper, 'Some corrections and amendments by J P Breynius concerning the generation of the insect called by him Coccus radicum in his natural history thereof printed in the year 1731' by J P [Johannes Philippus] Breynius[1733]
LBO/20/33Copy letter from Johannes Philippus Breynius29 November 1732
CLP/22ii/50Paper, Account of [Johannes Philippus] Breynius' 'Historia naturalis Cocci Radicum Tinctorii quod Polonicum vulgo audit' by Richard Middleton Masseynd
RBO/12/62'Dissertatiuncula de Agno vegetabili Scythico Borametz vulgo' by John Philip Breynius1725
CLP/10i/40Paper, 'Dissertatio botanico-medica de chrysanthomo bidente zeylanico, acmilla dicta' by Johannes Philippus Breynius[1701]
CLP/22ii/60Paper, Account of [Johannes Philippus] Breynius' physical dissertation of a new class of shell called 'Polythalamiis, nova Testaceorum classe' by Richard Middleton Massey1733
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