Author:Edward Daniel Clarke

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Edward Daniel Clarke
(1769–1822)
English mineralogist and chemist
Edward Daniel Clarke

Works[edit]

  • Testimony of Authors respecting the Colossal Statue of Ceres in the Public Library, Cambridge (8vo, 1801-1803)
  • The Tomb of Alexander, a Dissertation on the Sarcophagus brought from Alexandria, and now in the British Museum (4to, 1805)
  • A Methodical Distribution of the Mineral Kingdom (fol., Lewes, 1807)
  • A Description of the Greek Marbles brought from the Shores of the Euxine, Archipelago and Mediterranean, and deposited in the University Library, Cambridge (8vo, 1809)
  • Travels in various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa (4to, 1810-1819; 2nd ed., 1811-1823).
  • Analysis of a bituminous Limestone (1817)
  • Travels in Russia, Poland, and Scandinavia

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