Thomas Young (1773-1829)

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Country :Grande-Bretagne
Language :anglais
Birth :13-06-1773
Death :10-05-1829
Note :A traduit des hiéroglyphes en anglais
Spécialiste en philosophie naturelle. - Médecin
Field :Philosophie
Médecine
ISNI :ISNI 0000 0000 8349 2311

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  • Contenu dans : Lettre à M. Dacier,... relative à l'alphabet des hiéroglyphes phonétiques...

    An account of some recents discoveries in hieroglyphical literature, and Egyptian antiquities. - [1]

    Material description : 1 vol. ([Ca 250] p.-4 p. de pl.)
    Note : Note : Recueil avec des textes en français, italien, latin, grec et égyptien hiéroglyphique. - Contient : "An account of some recent discoveries in hieroglyphical literature and Egyptian antiquities / by Thomas Young,..." ; "Sur les trois sistèmes d'écriture des égiptiens / par M. le marquis de Fortia d'Urban" ; "Saggio sopra il sistema de numeri presso gli antichi egiziani / lettera del cav. Giulio di S. Quintino,..." ; "Sull'uso cui erano destinati i monumenti egiziani detti comunemente scarabei / lettera del cav. Giulio di S. Quintino"
    Edition : Paris : F. Didot père et fils ; London : J. Murray ; Paris : H. Fournier jeune , 1822-1833

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  • Contenu dans : Narrative of the operations and recent discoveries within the pyramids, temples, tombs and excavations in Egypt and Nubia, and of a journey to the coast of the Red Sea, in search of the ancient Berenice and another to the oasis of Jupiter Ammon

    Appendix, containing an explanation of some of the principal hieroglyphics, extracted from the article "Egypt" in the Supplement of the "Encyclopaedia britannica". - [1]

    Material description : 2 vol. in-4° et 1 atlas in-fol., portr.
    Note : Note : A la fin : "Appendix, containing an explanation of some of the principal hieroglyphics : extracted from the article "Egypt", in the supplement of the "Encyclopaedia britannica", with additional notes", [par le Dr. Young]
    Edition : London : J. Murray , 1820

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  • An introduction to medical literature, including a system of practical nosology...

    [Reprod.]
    Material description : 11 microfiches
    Note : Note : Index
    Edition : Leiden : IDC , [19??]

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  • A syllabus of a course of lectures on natural and experimental philosophy

    Material description : 4 parties en 1 vol. (161-32 p.)
    Note : Note : Les 3 premières parties ont une pagination commune, mais chacune d'elles a un titre propre portant respectivement : "Part the 1st : Mechanics ; Part the 2nd : Hydrodynamics ; Part the 3rd : Physics". La 4e partie a une pagination particulière et un titre propre portant : "Part the 4th : Mathematical elements"
    Edition : London : W. Savage, printer , 1802

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  • An account of some recent discoveries in hieroglyphical literature and Egyptian antiquities... by Thomas Young,...

    Material description : In-8 °, XVI-160 p.
    Edition : London : J. Murray , 1823

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  • An introduction to medical literature, including a system of practical nosology / by Thomas Young, 1995 [document électronique : reprod. de l'éd. de 1813]
  • Dictionary of scientific biography / ed. Charles Coulston Gillispie, 1981
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