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...May, Johannes de Johannes de Mey was born on 2 September 1617 in Middelburg, Illustrious School of Middelburg, the main city of Zeeland. He was a nephew of Isaac Beeckman Beeckman, Isaac who, we may assume, fostered De Mey’s interest...
...Amama, Nicolaus ab Nicolaus ab Amama was born in Franeker, University of Franeker in 1618 as the son of Meine van Adelen van Cronenburg and Sixtinus Amama (1593–1629), an orientalist and fiercely antischolastic theologian at the University...
...Pierre Borel was born in Castres, probably in 1620, to a small, lower middle-class Protestant family. He died in the same town in October 1671. He was educated at the Protestant college in Castres and then studied medicine in Montpellier...
...Koerbagh, Adriaan Adriaan Koerbagh, one of the most radical thinkers of the early Enlightenment, was born in 1632, probably in Amsterdam. He was one of the three children of a Delftware manufacturer who had moved from Bergen op Zoom...
...Heinrich von Sanden was born in Königsberg on 28 July 1672 and died there at the age of fifty-six on 10 August 1728. He was an important Königsberg physician and professor of medicine, as well as a professor of physics and one of the first...
...Wachter, Johann Georg Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm Budde, Johann Franz Johann Georg Wachter was born in Memmingen on 7 March 1673 and died on 7 November 1757. He was the son of the town physician Jacob Wachter and his wife Marie Katharina...
...Peter Kolb was born in Dörflas (Marktredwitz) on 10 October 1675 and died in Neustadt/Aisch on 31 December 1726. After receiving his primary education at schools in Marktredwitz and Wundsiedel, in 1694 he enrolled at the St Lorenz Gymnasium...
...Michael Alberti was born in Nuremberg on 13 November 1682, the son of pastor Paul Martin Alberti (1640–1705). Wolff, Christian Stahl, Georg Ernst Hoffmann, Friedrich Frederick (Friedrich) II, King of ­Prussia Budde, Johann Franz He died...
...Michael Adelbulner (also Adelburner), son of the printer Johann Ernst Adelbulner, was born on 3 February 1702 in Nuremberg and died on 21 July 1779 in Altdorf. After attending the St Egidien Gymnasium in Nuremberg, Adelbulner trained...
...Christian Bernhard von Sanden was born in Königsberg on 16 January 1707 and died there on 16 or 17 September 1756. He was the son of Heinrich von Sanden, a prominent professor of medicine. Sanden matriculated at the university in Königsberg...