Constantinus Samuel Rafinesque

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Nativitas: 22 Octobris 1783; Constantinopolis mediaevalis
Obitus: 18 Septembris 1840; Philadelphia
Patria: Civitates Foederatae Americae


Munus: botanista, pteridologist, bryologist, entomologus, zoologus, biologus, archaeologus, malacologist, carcinologist, mycologus, ichthyologus, explorator, meteorologist


Laurae: Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Constantinus Samuel Rafinesque (Francice: Constantine Samuel Rafinesque-Schmaltz) natus est die 22 Octobris 1783 in Galata - mortuus est die 18 Septembris 1840 in Philadelphia fuit studiosus palaeontologiae et zoologiae Americanus.

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 1810, Caratteri di Alcuni Nuovi Generi e Nuove Specie di Animali e Piante della Sicilia.
  • 1814, Specchio delle Scienze.
  • 1814, Précis des Découvertes et Travaux Somiologiques.
  • 1814, Principes Fondamentaux de Somiologie.
  • 1815, Analyse de la Nature.
  • 1817, Florula Ludoviciana.
  • 1820, Ichthyologia Ohiensis.
  • 1824, Ancient History, or Annals of Kentucky.
  • 1825, Neogenyton.
  • 1828-1830, Medical Flora, a Manual of the Medical Botany of the United States of North America.
  • 1832-1833, Atlantic Journal and Friend of Knowledge.
  • 1833, Herbarium Rafinesquianum.
  • 1836, A Life of Travels, Philadelphia 1836 On line (pdf)
  • 1836, Flora Telluriana.
  • 1836, The American Nations.
  • 1836-1838, New Flora and Botany of North America.
  • 1838, Genius and Spirit of the Hebrew Bible.
  • 1838, Alsographia Americana.
  • 1838, Sylva Telluriana.
  • 1840, Autikon Botanikon.
  • 1840, The Good Book (Amenities of Nature).

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Call, Richard Ellsworth. 1895. The Life and Writings of Rafinesque. Filson Club Publications, Louisville, KY.
  • Fitzpatrick, T. J. 1911. Rafinesque: A Sketch of His Life with Bibliography. Historical Department of Iowa, Des Moines, IA.
  • Dupre, Huntley. 1945. Rafinesque in Lexington, 1819-1826. Bur Press, Lexington, KY.
  • Merrill, Elmer D. 1949. Index Rafinesquianus. Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Plain, MA. (Indexes Rafinesque's plant names.)
  • Black, Glenn A., et al. 1954. Walam Olum, or: Red Score, the Migration Legend of the Lenni Lenape, or Delaware Indians, a New Translation, Interpreted by Linguistic, Historical, Archaeological, Ethnological, and Physical Anthropological Studies. Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Boewe, Charles (Ed.). 1982. Fitzpatrick's Rafinesque: A Sketch of His Life with Bibliography, revised by Charles Boewe. M & S Press, Weston, MA.
  • Boewe, Charles (Ed.). 2001. Mantissa: A Supplement to Fitzpatrick's Rafinesque. M & S Press, Providence, RI.
  • Boewe, Charles (Ed.). 2003. Profiles of Rafinesque. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, TN.
  • Boewe, Charles. 2004. C.S. Rafinesque and Ohio Valley Archaeology. Center for Ancient American Studies, Barnardsville, NC.
  • Boewe, Charles (Ed.). 2005. A C.S. Rafinesque Anthology. McFarland & Co., Jefferson, NC.
  • Sterling, K. B. (Ed.). 1978. Rafinesque. Autobiography and Lives. Arno Press, New York, NY. (Reprints Rafinesque's autobiography and the books by Call and Fitzpatrick.)

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