Author:Nicolaus Steno

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Nicolaus Steno
Nicolaus Steno


  • Observationes anatomicae quibus varia oris, oculorum et narium vasa describuntur, novique salivae, lacrymarum et muci fontes deteguntur, et novum nobilissimi Bilsii de lymphae motu et usu commentum examinatur et rejicitur, Lugduni Batavorum: apud J. Chouet (1662)
  • De Musculis et glandulis observationum specimen, cum epistolis duabus anatomicis (1664)
  • Elementorum Myologiae Specimen, seu Musculi Descriptio Geometrica, cui accedunt canis carchariae dissectum caput et dissectus piscis ex canum genere... (1667)
  • Discours de M. Stenon sur l'anatomie du cerveau... (1669)
  • De solido intra solidum naturaliter contento dissertationis prodromus (1669)
    (tr) The prodromus to a dissertation concerning solids naturally contained within solids: laying a foundation for the rendering a rational accompt both of the frame and the several changes of the masse of the Earth, as also of the various productions in the same (1671), translated by Henry Oldenburg (external scan)

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