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Authorised form of nameDeidier; Antoine (? 1696 - 1746)
Dates? 1696 - 1746
NationalityFrench
Date of birth? 1696
Date of death30 April 1746
ActivityEducation:
Montpellier. MD
Career:
Professor of Chemistry at Montpellier (1697-1732); summoned to an outbreak of plague in Marseilles (1720), he attended his patients devotedly but concluded that plague was not contagious; Physician to the galleys at Marseilles (1732-death)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election14/11/1723
RelationshipsSon of a surgeon at Montpellier
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DBF
Royal Society codeNA7311
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EL/D2/45Letter from Antoine Deidier, dated at Montpellier1725
EL/D2/44Letter from Antoine Deidier, dated at Paris20 August 1724
EL/D2/43Antoine Deidier to James Jurin16 July 1723
CLP/14ii/8Paper, 'Experiments made on the bile of people who had died from the plague' by Dr [Antoine] Deidier1721
CLP/14ii/22Paper, 'Dissertatio qua peculiaris de contagio pestilenti opinio adstruitur' [Observations on the plague] by Antonio [Antoine] Deidier22 October 1725
RBO/12/64Account of the plague by Antonio Deidier 1725
RBO/11/42'Experiments made upon the Bile of persons dead with the Plague' by Dr Deidier1721
LBO/19/5Copy letter from Antoine Deidier, Monbtpelier, to John Woodward28 April 1722
LBO/18/54Copy of a letter from Antoine Deidier, Paris, to James Jurin20 October 1724
CLP/14ii/13Letter, regarding a new experiment made with the blood of a person who died from the plague from Couzier to Dr [Antoine] Deidier3 April 1722
EL/D2/74Translation of an extract of a letter from Antoine Deidier, dated at Marseilles1735
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