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Born, Ignaz, Edler von, 1742-1791

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    • Born, Ignác, Edler von 1742-1791
    • Born, Ińigo, Baron, 1742-1791
    • Born, Ignatius von, 1742-1791
    • Born, Ignațiu von, 1742-1791
    • Naturalist, 1742-1791
    • Physiophilus, Joannes, 1742-1791
    • Von Born, Ignaz, Edler, 1742-1791
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    • Birth Place

        Transylvania (Principality)
    • Death Place

        Vienna (Austria)
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    • Field of Activity

        Natural history
            • Occupation

                Natural historian
                    Mineralogist da Metallurgist
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                • Sources

                  • found: LCCN 73-301069: Haubelt, J. Studie o Ignáci Bornovi, 1972(hdg.: Born, Ignaz, Edler von, 1742-1791)
                  • found: LC data base, 2-14-85(hdg.: Born, Ignaz, Edler von, 1742-1791; usage: Ignác Born)
                  • found: Dic. sci. bio.(Born, Ignaz Edler von)
                  • found: Grosse brockhs.(Born, Ignaz, Edler von)
                  • found: World who's who in sci.(Von Born, Ignaz; Austrian mineralogist)
                  • found: LCCN 25-6567: His Baron Ińigo Born's new process of amalgamation, 1791(hdg.: Born, Ignaz, edler von, 1742-1791)
                  • found: Joannis Physiophili Specimen monachologiœ methodo Linnœana tabulis tribus œeneis illustratum, 1783:p. 5 (Joannes Physiophilus)
                  • found: BLC(Physiophilus (Joannes) pseud. [i.e. Ignaz von Born])
                  • found: Holzmann & Bohatta. Deutsches Anonymenlexikon(under title: Born, Ignaz Elder von)
                  • found: Monachologia, or, Handbook of the natural history of monks, arranged according to the Linnaean system, 1852t.p. (by a naturalist)
                  • found: Wikipedia, viewed May 22, 2014(Ignaz Edler von Born, also known as Ignatius von Born (Romanian: Ignațiu von Born, Hungarian: Born Ignác, Czech: Ignác Born); he was born Dec. 26, 1742, Cavnic, Grand Principality of Transylvania, Habsburg Monarchy; died July 24, 1791, Vienna; was a mineralogist and metallurgist. He was a prominent Free Mason, head of Vienna's Illuminati lodge and an influential anti-clerical writer. He was the leading scientist and naturalist in the Holy Roman Empire during the 1770s in the age of Enlightenment; was a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; Please note that "Edler" is a rank of nobility, not a first or middle name) -
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                  • 1985-02-21: new
                  • 2022-06-30: revised
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