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PER UN ARCHIVIO DELLA CORRISPONDENZA DEGLI SCIENZIATI ITALIANI DUE LETTERE INEDITE DI TOMMASO FROSINI A FRANCESCO REDI SUL DE MOTU ANIMALIUM DI GIOVANNI ALFONSO BORELLI

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<title> SUMMARY </title>This article offers the reader two letters from Tommaso Frosini to Francesco Redi of 10 and 21 may 1681 in which important chapters of Giovanni Alfonso Borelli's masterpiece, DE MOTU ANIMALIUM are summarized. The commentary indicates the early circulation of Borelli's work in Florence and the special stress that Francesco Redi laid on it.

Affiliations: 1: Università di Firenze

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2016-12-02

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