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Born, Ignaz, Edler von, 1742-1791

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Personal name headingBorn, Ignaz, Edler von, 1742-1791
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Variant(s)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
Birth date17421226
Death date17910724
Place of birthTransylvania (Principality)
Place of deathVienna (Austria)
Field of activityNatural history Science Mineralogy Metallurgy
AffiliationKungl. Svenska vetenskapsakademien
Profession or occupationNatural historian Scientist Mineralogist da Metallurgist
Found inLCCN 73-301069: Haubelt, J. Studie o Ignáci Bornovi, 1972 (hdg.: Born, Ignaz, Edler von, 1742-1791)
LC data base, 2-14-85 (hdg.: Born, Ignaz, Edler von, 1742-1791; usage: Ignác Born)
Dic. sci. bio. (Born, Ignaz Edler von)
Grosse brockhs. (Born, Ignaz, Edler von)
World who's who in sci. (Von Born, Ignaz; Austrian mineralogist)
LCCN 25-6567: His Baron Ińigo Born's new process of amalgamation, 1791 (hdg.: Born, Ignaz, edler von, 1742-1791)
Joannis Physiophili Specimen monachologiœ methodo Linnœana tabulis tribus œeneis illustratum, 1783: p. 5 (Joannes Physiophilus)
BLC (Physiophilus (Joannes) pseud. [i.e. Ignaz von Born])
Holzmann & Bohatta. Deutsches Anonymenlexikon (under title: Born, Ignaz Elder von)
Monachologia, or, Handbook of the natural history of monks, arranged according to the Linnaean system, 1852 t.p. (by a naturalist)
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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