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Pierre Joseph Amoreaux to Carl Linnaeus,
c. 6 January 1763 n.s.Dated .
Sent from Montpellier (France) to Uppsala (Sweden).
Written in Latin.
L5391. Pierre Joseph AmoreauxPierre Joseph Amoreaux (1741-1824).
French. Physician and naturalist, librarian at the
faculty of medicine at Montpellier. Correspondent
to Carl LinnaeusCarl Linnaeus (1707-1778). Swedish. , c. 6 January 1763 n.s.
Jean-Pierre AmoureauxAmoreaux, Pierre Joseph
(1741-1824). French. Physician and
naturalist, librarian at the faculty of
medicine at Montpellier. Correspondent
of Linnaeus. sends Linnaeus a copy of his dissertation Tentamen de noxa animaliumAmoreaux, Pierre Joseph
Tentamen de noxa animalium
(Avignon, 1762) and expresses his gratitude and dependence on Linnaeusís works in achieving it. He explains his choice of theme: he had wanted to give examples disproving those who do not realize that science and medicine are closely connected.
a. (LS, V, 170v).
1. Bref och skrifvelser (1916), vol. II:1, p. 67-68 p.67 p.68.