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Linnaeus, Carolus

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Birth and Death Dates 1707-1778

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Article Theodore W. Pietsch; Hans Aili (2023)
Peter Artedi's early observations of the spotted hyena and other exotic animals during a visit to London (1734–1735). Archives of Natural History (pp. 410-416). (/isis/citation/CBB731879130/) unapi

Article Carl Wennerlind (2022)
Atlantis Restored: Natural Knowledge and Political Economy in Early Modern Sweden. American Historical Review (pp. 1687-1714). (/isis/citation/CBB807310363/) unapi

Article Minakshi Menon (2022)
What’s in a name? William Jones, ‘philological empiricism’ and botanical knowledge making in eighteenth-century India. South Asian History and Culture (pp. 87-111). (/isis/citation/CBB928582628/) unapi

Article Stéphane Schmitt (2022)
Les travaux zoologiques de Jacob Theodor Klein (1685-1759) et leur réception en France: Une opposition mesurée au linnéisme. Revue d'Histoire des Sciences (pp. 159-195). (/isis/citation/CBB958168809/) unapi

Article Ethan S. Rogers; Stephanie L. Canington (2021)
Lemurs before Lemur: Depictions of captive lemurs prior to Linnaeus. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 19-48). (/isis/citation/CBB573428884/) unapi

Article János Podani; Lajos Rózsa; András Szilágyi (2021)
Annual plants, pigeons and flies: first signs of quantitative ecological thinking in Linnaeus's works. Archives of Natural History (pp. 94-110). (/isis/citation/CBB622589460/) unapi

Article Aaron Wells (2020)
Kant, Linnaeus, and the economy of nature. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (p. 101294). (/isis/citation/CBB872058525/) unapi

Article Joeri Witteveen; Staffan Müller-Wille (2020)
Of Elephants and Errors: Naming and Identity in Linnaean Taxonomy. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. 43). (/isis/citation/CBB505474716/) unapi

Book Stephen B. Heard Ph.D (2020)
Charles Darwin's Barnacle and David Bowie's Spider: How Scientific Names Celebrate Adventurers, Heroes, and Even a Few Scoundrels. (/isis/citation/CBB370274768/) unapi

Article Dena Goodman (2020)
What It Meant to Be Linnaean in Revolutionary France. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 67-85). (/isis/citation/CBB717509066/) unapi

Chapter Cecilia Forselles (af) (2020)
The right way to practice natural history. Pehr Kalm: a Linnaean reformer of academic studies in Finland. In: Early Modern Universities and the Sciences (pp. 176-197). (/isis/citation/CBB261863063/) unapi

Book Domenico Laurenza; Elisabetta Poddighe (2020)
Medusa nel Systema Naturae di Linneo: Aspetti della fortuna del mito greco. (/isis/citation/CBB386205404/) unapi

Book Michael Köhncke (2019)
Rattus, Mus und Pantholops – Säugetiere und ihre Namensgeber. Ein Blick in die Geschichte der Zoologie von 1758 bis 1849. Dargestellt an den Autorender Säugetiergattungen in Wort und Bild. 100 biographische Skizzen und 500 Gattungen.. (/isis/citation/CBB691457684/) unapi

Article Millie Schurch (2019)
‘All the Productions of That Nature’: Ephemera, Mycology and Sexual Classification at the Bulstrode Estate. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies (pp. 519-539). (/isis/citation/CBB788846724/) unapi

Article Janis Antonovics; Michael E. Hood (2018)
Linnaeus, Smut Disease and Living Contagion. Archives of Natural History (pp. 213-232). (/isis/citation/CBB213303421/) unapi

Article Gerard Thijsse (2018)
A Contribution to the History of the Herbaria of George Clifford III (1685–1760). Archives of Natural History (pp. 134-148). (/isis/citation/CBB371269926/) unapi

Book Hanna Hodacs; Stéphane Van Damme; Kenneth Nyberg (2018)
Linnaeus, Natural History and the Circulation of Knowledge. (/isis/citation/CBB833759855/) unapi

Article Staffan Müller-Wille (2017)
Names and Numbers: “Data” in Classical Natural History, 1758–1859. Osiris: A Research Journal Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 109-128). (/isis/citation/CBB205617120/) unapi

Sex, Botany and Empire: The Story of Carl Linnaeus and Joseph Banks. (/isis/citation/CBB251966402/) unapi

Chapter Kenneth Nyberg (2016)
Linnaeus’s Apostles and the Globalization of Knowledge, 1729–1756. In: Global Scientific Practice in an Age of Revolutions, 1750-1850 (pp. 73-89). (/isis/citation/CBB812807120/) unapi


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