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Authorised form of nameDonati; Vitaliano (1717 - 1762)
Dates1717 - 1762
Place of birthPadua
Date of birth1717
Place of deathDuring voyage to Asia Minor
Date of death1762
Research fieldBotany
ActivityCareer:
Professor of Botany, Turin; sent on a botanical expedition to Asia Minor; Donatia in botany is named after him
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election19/05/1757
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA7069
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/2/99/1Paper, 'Nouvelles decouvertes sur l'histoire du corail [New discoveries on the history of coral]' by Vitaliano Donati1750
L&P/3/155Letter, 'Of the causes of earthquakes' from Vitaliano Donati to Abraham Trembley [English translation]20 March 1756
L&P/3/153Letter, 'Of the causes of earthquakes' from Vitaliano Donati to Abraham Trembley20 March 1756
L&P/3/147Paper, 'An account by A. Trembley of the 'Essai sur l'histoire naturelle de la mer Adriatique' [Essay on the natural history of the Adriatic Sea]' by Vitaliano Donati1756
L&P/4/197Paper, 'Of Vitaliano Donati's death' by Comte de Perron11 February 1764
L&P/2/99Paper, 'Nouvelles decouvertes sur l'histoire du corail [New discoveries on the history of coral]' by Vitaliano Donati1750
EC/1757/04Donati, Vitaliano: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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