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...Bainbridge, John John Bainbridge was born in Ashby-de-la Zouch, Leicestershire and died in Oxford on 3 November 1643. He was educated at the local Grammar School whence he proceeded to Emmanuel College, Cambridge, graduating BA in 1603...
...Sylvius, Franciscus dele Boë Franciscus dele Boë Sylvius was born in Hanau on 15 March 1614, as the second son of Isaac dele Boë and Anna de la Vignette, both of Protestant families who had emigrated from Cambria (then Southern Netherlands)...
...The physician Abraham Du Prat was born in 1616 in Orthez, in south-western France, where his father, Pierre, was a Protestant minister; he died in Paris Paris in 1660. Abraham was a younger son; his elder brother, also named Gassendi...
...Pecquet, Jean Jean Pecquet was born in Dieppe in 1622 and died in Paris in 1674. He went to Paris in 1642 and began studying at the University of Paris in 1646, but he considered the atmosphere there to be unfavourable to his work, in which...
...Joseph-Guichard Duverney was born in Forez on 5 August 1648. After studying medicine in Avignon, he settled in Paris and quickly established an excellent reputation as an anatomist. He was accepted into the Académie des sciences in 1676...
...Blankaart, Steven Steven (or Stephanus) Blankaart (Blanckaert, Blancardus – ‘Blancard’ in an English spelling that more or less corresponds to the Dutch pronunciation of the name, and ‘Polankarto’ in Japan) was born on the Lange Delft...
...Molyneux, William Cheselden, William William Cheselden was an important English anatomist and surgeon. His Anatomy of the Human Body (1713) became the standard book on the subject (in 1792 it appeared in its thirteenth edition). In 1733 he...
...Shaw, Peter Peter Shaw was born at Lichfield and died at Wimbledon, near London, on 15 March 1763. A son of the Master of Lichfield Grammar School, he acquired a ready competence in Latin which he put to use by translating many Latin works...
...Alexander Monro was born in London on 8 September 1697 and died on 10 July 1767. He was the son of a Scottish army surgeon. In 1700, the family moved to Edinburgh where Alexander was educated. In 1710, aged only thirteen, he entered...
...Christoph Gottlieb Büttner was born in Brandenburg (now Ushakovo, Russia), about 20 kilometres south-west of Königsberg, on 10 July 1708 and died in Königsberg on 1 April 1776. He is best known as a skilled anatomist with a famous...