Author:Archibald Pitcairne

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Archibald Pitcairne
(1652–1713)
Scottish physician
Archibald Pitcairne

Works[edit]

  • Solutio Problematis de Historicis; seu de Inventoribus Dissertatio (1688)
  • Oratio, qua ostenditur Medicinam ab omni philosophandi secta esse liberam (1692)
  • De Sanguinis Circulatione in animalibus genitis et non genitis (1693)
  • Dissertatio de Curatione Febrium, quæ per evacuationes instituitur (1695)
  • Dissertatio de Legibus Historiæ Naturalis (1696))
  • Archibaldi Pitcarnii Scoti Dissertationes Medicæ (1701)
  • The Assembly, or Scotch Reformation: a Comedy as it was acted by the Persons in the Drama, done from the original Transcript written in the year 1692 (1722)
  • Babel, a satirical Poem, written originally in the Irish tongue, and translated into Scotch for the benefite of the Leidges, by A. P., a well-wisher to the Cause (1692)
  • Selecta Poemata Archibaldi Pitcarnii et aliorum (1727), published by Thomas Ruddiman
  • The whole Works of Dr. Archibald Pitcairne, published by himself; wherein are discovered the true Foundation and Principles of the Art of Physics, with Cases and Observations upon most Distempers and Medicines. Done from the Latin original by George Sewel, M.D., and J. S. Desaguliers, LL.D. and F.R.S., with some Additions (1717)
  • Archibaldi Pitcarnii, medici celeberrimi Scoto-Britanni, Elementa Medicinæ Physico-Mathematica, libris duobus, quorum prior Theoriam posterior Praxin exhibet (1717)
  • Archibaldi Pitcarnii Opera omnia Medica (1733)

Works about Pitcairne[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1925 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.