Bianchini, Giuseppe
Bianchini, Giuseppe
Italian Oratorian, Biblical, historical, and liturgical scholar (1704-1764)

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  • Giuseppe Bianchini —     Giuseppe Bianchini     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Giuseppe Bianchini     (Giuseppe Blanchini).     Italian Oratorian, Biblical, historical, and liturgical scholar, b. at Verona, 1704; d. in Rome, 1764. Clement XII and Benedict XIV, who highly… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Giuseppe Bianchini — (1704, Verona ndash;1764, Rome) was an Italian Oratorian, biblical, historical, and liturgical scholar. Clement XII and Benedict XIV, who highly appreciated his learning, entrusted him with several scientific labors. Bianchini had contemplated a… …   Wikipedia

  • Bianchini — may refer to: * Bianchini (lunar crater) * Angela Bianchini (born 1921), Italian fiction writer and literary critic * Brian Bianchini (1978–2004), American male model * Francesco Bianchini (1662–1729), Italian philosopher and scientist * Joseph… …   Wikipedia

  • Bianchīni — (spr. Biankini), 1) Francesco, geb. 1662 in Verona, studirte seit 1680 in Padua Theologie u. Naturwissenschaften, seit 1684 in Rom Jurisprudenz, wurde Bibliothekar Alexanders VIII. u. Ehrenkämmerling Clemens XI. u. Secretär der mit der… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Bianchini — (spr. kīni, latinisiert Blanchinius), Francesco, Astronom und Archäolog, geb. 13. Dez. 1662, gest. 2. März 1729, studierte seit 1680 in Padua Theologie, Philosophie, Mathematik, Physik und in Rom seit 1684 Archäologie. Clemens XI. ernannte ihn… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Bianchini — Bianchini, Francesko, geb. 1662 zu Verona, studierte zu Padua Theologie, nebenzu mit Vorliebe Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften, sowie Alterthumskunde. Von Papst Alexander VIII. erhielt er eine reiche Pfründe, wurde Bibliothekar des Cardinals… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Giovanni Bianchini — (in Latin, Johannes Blanchinus) (1410 ndash; c. 1469) was a professor of mathematics and astronomy at the University of Ferrara and court astrologer of Leonello d Este. He was an associate of Georg Purbach and Regiomontanus. In the letters… …   Wikipedia

  • Francesco Bianchini —     Francesco Bianchini     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Francesco Bianchini     A student of the natural sciences, and an historian, b. at Verona, Northern Italy, 13 December, 1662; d. at Rome, 2 March, 1729. At first he devoted himself to the… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Anton Giuseppe Barbazza — (c. 1720 died after 1771) was an Italian painter and engraver of the Baroque period. He was born in Rome, moved to Bologna, and in 1771 moved to Spain. In Rome, he had engraved the prints for Francesco Bianchini s L’istoria universale provata coi …   Wikipedia

  • Multiphotonenmikroskop — Zweiphotonen Fluoreszenzaufnahme an einem Schnitt durch einen Mausdarm. Zellkerne in grün, Schleim der Becherzellen in blau, Aktin (Phalloidin Färbung) in rot. Anregung erfolgte bei 780 nm durch einen Titan:Saphir Laser. Ein… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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