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Steno, Nicolaus, 1638-1686

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Personal name headingSteno, Nicolaus, 1638-1686
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Variant(s)Steno, Niels, 1638-1686
Stenone, Niccolò, 1638-1686
Stensen, Nils, 1638-1686
Stenonius, Nicolaus, 1638-1686
Stenonis, Nicolaus, 1638-1686
Stenon, Nikolaĭ, 1638-1686
Stenone, Nicola, 1638-1686
Steensen, Niels, 1638-1686
Stensen, Niels, 1638-1686
Steno, Nicholas, 1638-1686
Sténon, Nicolas, 1638-1686
Associated countryDenmark Italy
Birth date1638-01-11
Death date1686-12-05
Place of birthCopenhagen (Denmark)
Place of deathSchwerin (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany)
Profession or occupationAnatomists
Bishops Vicars apostolic
Found inLCCN ca16-647: Capellini, G. Di Nicola Stenone e dei suoi studii geologici in Italia, 1870 (hdg.: Steno, Nicolaus, Bp., 1638-1686)
Encyclopedia Britannica, 1980 (Steno, Nicolaus; Danish; also Niels Steensen or Niels Stensen; born January 10, 1638; died November 26, 1686)
Nicholas Steno's challenge for truth, 2009.
Discours sur l'anatomie du cerveau, 2009: title page (Niels Stensen (Nicolas Sténon))
Scienza, filosofia e religione nell'opera di Niels Steensen, 2020: page 17 (born January 1, 1638, according to the Julian calendar (Gregorian January 11), in Copenhagen, Denmark; page 31 (died November 25, 1686)
English Wikipedia, viewed November 22, 2021 (Nicolas Steno; in Danish, Niels Steensen; Latinized to Nicolaus Steno or Nicolaus Stenonius; born January 1, 1638 (according to the Julian calendar; January 11, 1638, according to the Gregorian calendar) in Copenhagen; died November 25, 1686 (Gregorian: December 5, 1686), in Schwerin, in Mecklenburg; Danish scientist; pioneer in both anatomy and geology; he settled in Italy in 1666; he converted to Catholicism in 1667; Pope Innocent XI appointed him Vicar Apostolic of Nordic Missions and Titular Bishop of Titopolis)