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... Hertogenbosch, Illustrious School of Illustrious School of ’s Hertogenbosch. He next went to study with Henricus Regius Regius, Henricus and IJsbrand van Diemerbroeck (1609–74) at the Utrecht, University of University of Utrecht. On 10 February...
... Sennert Daniel , Epitome naturalis scientiae ( Wittenberg , 1618; 1624; 1632; 1633; 1650; Amsterdam, 1651; Lyon, 1676). Further Reading Banga Jelle , Geschiedenis van de geneeskunde en van hare beoefenaren in Nederland ( Leeuwarden , 1868; new...
... Gerard de , Herman Witsius (1636–1708), Clauberg, Johannes Johannes Leusden (1624–99), Petrus van Mastricht Mastricht, Petrus van (1630–1706), Henricus Pontanus (1652–1714) and Melchior Leydekker (1642–1721), but was no traditionalist....
...Hogelande, Cornelis van Cornelis van (or ‘ab’) Hogelande (Hooghelande) was born in Leiden, University of Leiden the son of Theobald van Hogelande, a Catholic lord from Middelburg and alchemist, and the author of various books and treatises...
... of Science in Western Europe ( London , 1975), pp. 89–109 . Jonckbloet W.J.A. , Gedenkboek der Hoogeschool te Groningen ter gelegenheid van haar vijfde halve eeuwfeest ( Groningen , 1864), pp. 89–97 and 402–3. Ruler Han van , ‘Het...
... Hoogescholen' , in Verslagen en Mededeelingen der Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappen, Afdeeling Letterkunde, 2nd series, vol. 7, 1878, pp. 168–84 . Waard C. de , ‘Murdisson (Johannes)' , in P.C. Molhuysen and P.J. Blok (eds), Nieuw Nederlandsch Biografisch Woordenboek, vol. 2 ( Leiden , 1912), cols 967–8. Leiden, University of...
...Swartenhengst, Johannes Not many details are known about the life of Johannes Swartenhengst (Swartenheynst, Swartenheyngst). He may have been one of the unnamed children of Pieter Jans Swartenheijnst and Jannetje Jans that were placed...
...Graaf, Reinier de Reinier (Regnerus, Regnier, Reynier) de Graaf (Graef) was born in Schoonhoven, a small town in Holland on the River Lek, on 30 July 1641 as a son of Catharina Reynersdochter van Breenen and Cornelis Meertenszoon de Graef,...
... a series of ‘Eclectic Disputations’ on the question of the union, or connection (unio), between body and soul. In the first of these, of November 1664, Stuart had his student Willem van Nieuwenhuysen defend it as a difficult subject, since...
... proponitur ( Leiden , 1690; Bremen, 1701). Lucretius , De rerum natura libri VI, ed. Thomas Creech ( Oxford , 1695). Franeker, University of Further Reading Aa A.J. van der , Biographisch Woordenboek der Nederlanden, ed. K.J.R. van Harderwijk...