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...Denis de Sallo was born in La Coudraye de Luçon in 1626, and died in Paris in 1669. Connected through his parents and his marriage to the Paris parliamentary milieu, he had access as a student to the capital’s scholarly circles: he...
...Henri Louis Habert, seigneur de Montmor, was born around 1600 and died in Paris on 21 January 1679. He is remembered as the host of an assembly of scholars who met at his Paris home between 1655 and 1664 and is often seen as an important...
...Jean Gallois (or Galloys) was born in Paris in June 1632, and died in the same city on 19 April 1707. A man of encyclopedic interests, he is remembered today as a scholarly intermediary and editor of the Journal des sçavans. He was elected...
... of Venice Saint-Maximin Rome Rome Richelieu, Armand Jean Du Plessis, cardinal de Provence Padua Gramont, Scipion de Bologna its activities (including an account of a brain dissection by Nicholas Steno). While in Paris, he negotiated with Jean...
... 1934; repr., New York, 1967), pp. 135–60. Dew N. , ‘The Pursuit of Oriental Learning in Louis XIV’s France’ (Oxford D.Phil. thesis, 1999). Gillmor C.S. , ‘Thévenot, M , in C.C. Gillespie (ed.), Dictionary of Scientific Biography ( New York ,...