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title RIASSUNTO /title

L'inventario del carteggio di Giorgio Santi conservato nella Biblioteca Comunale di Siena rivela i numerosi contatti di questo chimico, botanico e naturalista toscano, fra il 1776 e il 1822. Formatosi in Francia a stretto contatto con le nuove teorie di Buffon e Lavoisier, professore all'Universit di Pisa e direttore del Giardino Botanico dal 1782, Santi costituisce una delle personalit scientifiche di maggiore interesse fra diciottesimo e diciannovesimo secolo, esponente di punta di quel gruppo toscano impegnato nella realizzazione del vasto progetto del Granduca Pietro Leopoldo prima e della nuova amministrazione francese in seguito.


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