2013

Nicolaus Steno

Biography and Original Papers of a 17th Century Scientist

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ISBN: 978-3-642-25078-1 (Print) 978-3-642-25079-8 (Online)

Table of contents (45 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxxviii

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    Steno’s Scientific Life in a Nutshell (1638–1677)

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    Steno as Bishop (1677–1686): Summary of “Gustav Scherz, Niels Stensen, Vol. 2” [not included in this book]

  4. Part I Biography of Nicolaus Steno by Gustav Scherz, translated by Paul Maquet

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      Pages 5-5

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      Pages 7-59

      1 Childhood and Youth in Copenhagen 1638-1659

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      Pages 61-114

      2 Years of Discovery in Holland 1660-1664

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      Pages 115-140

      3 In Paris and France 1664-1665

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      Pages 141-172

      4 The First Year in Italy

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      Pages 173-202

      5 Researcher and Convert in Italy 1667

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      Pages 203-233

      6 The Geological Dissertation the Prodromus on a Solid within a Solid in Italy 1668

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      Pages 235-253

      7 The Great Travel 1668-1670

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      Pages 255-285

      8 Under Cosimo III In Florence

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      Pages 287-323

      9 The Two Years in Copenhagen 1672-1674

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      Pages 325-344

      10 Educator and Priest in Florence 1675-1677

  5. Part II Steno – Scientific Papers – OPH

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      Pages 345-351

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      Pages 353-357

      I On the First Discovery of an External Salivary Duct and on the Experiments of Bils

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      Pages 359-389

      II On the Glands, of the Mouth and the New Salivary Ducts Proceeding from Them

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      Pages 391-393

      III Various New Observations in the Eyes and Nose, Etc.

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      Pages 395-405

      IV Response to Vindications for Rehabilitation of the Liver

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      Pages 407-416

      V Anatomical Observations on the Glands of the Eyes

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      Pages 417-420

      VI On Vessels of the Nose

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      Pages 421-423

      VII Origin of Sweat From Glands. On the Insertion and Valvula of the Thoracic Duct and of the Lymphatics

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      Pages 425-428

      VIII Why Tobacco Powder Makes the Eyes Clearer. Observation on a Milky Gelatin

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