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Isaia Iannaccone

Author of L'amico di Galileo

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1629 in Beijing gave the opportunity to contribute successfully to the correction of the Chinese calendar (1) 2006 (1) 411 pp. (1) a Jesuit who had returned from a trip to China. In 1618 Schreck headed East with a first group of Jesuit missionaries and collected unknown plants (1) a physician and botanist (1) also Terrenz or Terrentius Constantiensis (1) and began to appear in 1628 (1) Animalium (1) as the calculations made by Schreck and Nicolo Longobardi proved correct. First published by Sonzogno (1) based on real life (1) els meus 4b (1) fiction (1) founded by Prince Federico Cesi (1) he continued his studies of the language (1) he met Niklaas Trigault (1) historical fiction (1) historical novel (1) history (1) intending to translate scientific books into Chinese which were important for the propagation of European science in China. In Beijing Schreck worked with the official Wang Cheng about mechanical instruments and the foundations of mechanics. The solar ecl (1) Italian literature (1) Johann Schreck (1) Mexicanorum Historia'. In 1611 (1) Milan (1) Mineralium (1) narrativa (4) NARRATIVA ITALIANA - 2000- (1) novel (1) of Altdorf and after 1603 of Padua and met Galileo Galilei. He was inducted on 1611 into the Accademia dei Lincei (1) published a three-volume Latin translation of Francisco Hernandez’s description of the fauna and flora of Mexico (1) Schreck entered the order of the Jesuits (1) seu Plantarum (1) six months after his induction into the Academy (1) Storia della Scienza e della Tecnica (1) studied medicine starting 1590 at the University of Freiburg (1) The final edition was published in Rome in 1651 under the title: 'Thesaurus Rerum Medicarum Novae Hispaniae (1) the translation contains Schreck’s own commentaries (1) to-read (1) together with Johann Faber (1) venduto/scambiato/regalato (1) with the intention of publishing a book entitled 'Plinius Indicus'. When Schreck finally arrived in Hanchow in June 1621 (1)
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