Giovanni Antonio Scopoli

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Giovanni Antonio Scopoli

Giovanni Antonio Scopoli (June 3, 1723 – May 8, 1788), Italian physician and naturalist. His name is sometimes Latinized as Johannes Antonius Scopolius.

Author abbreviations: Scop. (botany), Scopoli (zoology)

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1760[edit]

1761[edit]

  • Scopoli, J.A. 1761. De Hydroargyro Idriensi Tentamina.
  • Scoppoli, J.A. 1763. Entomologia Carniolica exhibens insecta Carnioliae indigena et distributa in ordines, genera, species, varietates: methodo Linnaeana (1763). pp. 1–35, 1–420. Trattner, Vindobonae [Vienna]. BHL Reference page. 

1763[edit]

  • Scopoli, J.A. 1763. Entomologia Carniolica, exhibens insecta Carnioliae indigena, et distributa in ordines, genera, species, varietates. Methodo Linnaeana. 420 pp. Vindobonae: Ioannis Thomae Trattner.

1769[edit]

  • Scopoli, J.A. 1769. Annus I. Historico-naturalis. Descriptiones avium musei proprii earumque rariorum, quas vidit in vivario Augustiss. Imperatoris, et in museo excel. comitis Francisci Annib. Turriani. Lipsiae [Leipzig], Chr. G. Hilscher 1: 168 p. doi: 10.5962/bhl.title.44861 Reference page. 
  • Scopoli, J.A. 1769. Annus II. Historico-naturalis. I. Iter Goriziense. II. Iter Tyrolense. III. De Cucurbita Pepone observationes. IV. Lichenis Islandici Vires medicae. Lipsiae [Leipzig], Chr. G. Hilscher, 2: 118 p. Online. PDF download. Reference page. 
  • Scopoli, J.A. 1769. Annus III. Historico-naturalis. I. Solutio Quaestionis, an Medici olim Roma pulsi, ut ait Plinius. II. Luis Bovillae symptomata, causae, discrimina, remedia, praeservativa & curativa. III. Observationes alique de Caeruleo Berolinensi, aliisque Laccis. IV. Experimenta de Minera aurifera Nagyayensi. Lipsiae [Leipzig], Hilscher, 3: 108 + [2] p. Online. PDF download. Reference page. 

1771[edit]

  • Scopoli, G.A. 1771. Flora Carniolica Tom. I. Editio secunda. Vindobona, Ioannis Pauli Krauss. BHL.

1772[edit]

  • Scopoli, J.A. 1772. Flora Carniolica exhibens plantas Carnioliae indigenas et distributas in classes, genera, species, varietates, ordine Linnaeano. A revised second edition of the first elaborate description of the flora of Krain, Austria, undertaken when Scopoli lived in Idrija. It has 66 plates engraved by J. F. Rein after original drawings by Scopoli. Whereas the unillustrated first edition of 1760 of 600 pages had no binary names for the plant species, this edition has binary names and is written in the Linnaean tradition in all other respects as well.
  • Scopoli, J.A. 1772. Flora Carniolica exhibens plantas Carnioliae indigenas et distributas in classes, genera, species, varietates, ordine Linnaeano (2nd Ed.). Tom. I. (BibliotecaDigital) reference page 
  • Scopoli, J.A. 1772. Flora Carniolica exhibens plantas Carnioliae indigenas et distributas in classes, genera, species, varietates, ordine Linnaeano (2nd Ed.). Tom. II. (BibliotecaDigital) reference page 
  • Scopoli, J.A. 1772. Observationes zoologicae. In: Annus V, Historico-naturalis. Lipsiae, pp. 70–128.

1777[edit]

  • Scopoli, G.A. 1777. Introductio ad historiam naturalem, sistens genera lapidum, plantanum et animalum hactenus detecta, caracteribus essentialibus donata, in tribus divisa, subinde ad leges naturae. Sacrotissimae augustissimae georioissimae Romanirum imperarix Mariae Theresiae. Prague. 540 pp. BHL Reference page. 

1783[edit]

  • Scopoli, J.A. 1783. Fundamenta Botanica Praelectionibus publicis accomodata. Papiae, S. Salvatoris. A botanical classic with ten engraved plates each depicting ten to sixteen exact drawings.
  • Scopoli, J.A. & Pierre Joseph Macquer. Dizionario di chimica del Sig. Pietro Giuseppe Macquer…Tradotto dal francese e corredato di note e di nuovi articoli... Pavia: printed at the Monastery of San Salvatore for G. Bianchi (1783–84). The chemist Joseph Macquer's Dictionnaire de chymie, the first dictionary of theoretical and general chemistry, was written it in haste. Concerned about his reputation, Macquer published it anonymously in 1766. Its huge success prompted the preparation of a revised second edition (1778). Then Scopoli translated and extensively augmented it. A second edition of the translated work, without further additions was published in Venice in 1784–85.

1786[edit]

  • Scopoli, J.A. 1786–88. Deliciae Flora et Fauna Insubricae Ticini. An account including new descriptions of the birds and mammals collected by Pierre Sonnerat on his voyages.

1796[edit]

  • Scopoli, J.A. 1796. Joh. Ant. Scopoli der Arzneywissenschaft Doktors, Ihro … Majest. Cameralphysici in der Bergstadt Idria … Einleitung zur Kenntniß und Gebrauch der Foßilien, Hartknoch 4031 Göttingen: Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Riga. (German) Doctoral Thesis.


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