Wikidata Georgius Marcgravius
Res apud Vicidata repertae:
Nativitas: 10 Septembris 1610; Liebstadt
Obitus: 1644; Luanda
Patria: Germania, Sacrum Romanum Imperium

Officium

Munus: astronomus, explorator, botanista, cartographus, zoologus, ornithologus, meteorologist

Georgius Marcgravius,[1] Theodisce Georg Marggraf (natus ad Liebstadt electoratus Saxoniae die 20 Septembris 1610; anno 1644 in urbe S. Pauli de Luanda Angoliae mortuus), fuit astronomus et rerum naturalium scriptor.

Plures universitates frequentavit, inter quas Rostochiensem et Lugduno-Batavam. In expeditione Brasiliensi Batava ab anno 1637 participavit sub patronatu principis Ioannis Mauritii Nassaviensis.

Familia plantarum Marcgraviacearum genusque Marcgravia ad eius honorem nominantur.

OperaRecensere

 
Historia naturalis Brasiliae (1648): titulus manu tinctus



NotaeRecensere

  1. "Georgius Marcgravius" in titulo operis 1648; "Georgius Markgraef" in titulo operis 1693

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Elly Albertin, "Fauna und Flora der „Neuen Welt“. Die Irrfahrt von Zeichnungen Eckhouts, Pisos und Markgrafs" in Brasilien: Entdeckung und Selbstentdeckung (1992) pp. 82–88
  • Rebecca Parker Brienen, "From Brazil To Europe: The Zoological Drawings Of Albert Eckhout And Georg Marcgraf" in Early Modern Zoology: The Construction of Animals in Science, Literature and the Visual Arts (Lugduni Batavorum: Brill, 2017) pp. 273–314 situs venalis
  • L. Darmstaedter, "Georg Marcgrave und Wilhelm Piso, die ersten Erforscher Brasiliens" in Velhagen & Klasings Monatshefte (1928) pp. 649–654
  • Eugene Willis Gudger, "George Marcgrave, the first student of American natural history" in Popular Science Monthly no. 81 (1912) pp. 250–274
  • L. B. Holthuis, "Marcgraf's (1648) Brazilian Crustacea" in Zoologische Verhandelingen vol. 268 (1991) pp. 1-123
  • Rodolpho von Ihering, "George Marcgrave: o primeiro sabio que veiu estudar a natureza do Brazil — 1638 a 44" in Revista do Museu Paulista vol. 9 (1914) pp. 307-315 Textus?
  • Uta Lindgren: Marggraf, Georg. In: Neue Deutsche Biographie (NDB). Band 16, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin 1990, S. 167 (Digitalisat).
  • Bruce MacBryde, "Rediscovery of G. Marcgrave's Brazilian Collections (1638-1644)" in Taxon vol. 19 (1970) pp. 349–350 [www.jstor.org/stable/1219062 JSTOR]
  • Dante Martins Teixeira, "Die Naturgeschichte Brasiliens in der Regierungszeit Johan Maurits of Nassau-Siegen (1637–1644): Die Bücher von Georg Markgraf und Willem Piso" in Johan Maurits of Nassau-Siegen (1604–1679) der Brasilianer: Aufbruch in neue Welten (Siegen: Johann-Moritz-Gesellschaft, 2004) pp. -79–80-
  • J. Moreira, "Marcgrave e Piso" in Revista da Museu Paulista vol. 14 (1926) pp. 649-673
  • Friedrich Ratzel:  "Marcgraf, Georg", in: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie, vol. 20 (Lipsiae: Duncker & Humblot, 1884), p. 295 f.
  • Neil Safier, "Beyond Brazilian Nature: The Editorial Itineraries of Marcgraf and Piso's Historia Naturalis Brasiliae" in Michiel Van Grosen, ed., The Legacy of Dutch Brazil (Novi Eboraci: Cambridge University Press, 2014) pp. 168-186 (Paginae selectae apud Google Books)
  • P. J. P. Whitehead, "The biography of Georg Marcgraf (1610-1643/4) by his brother Christian, translated by James Petiver" in Journal of the Society for the Bibliography of Natural History vol. 9 (1979) pp. 301-314 Situs venalis
  • P. J. P. Whitehead, "Georg Markgraf and Brazilian Zoology" in E. van den Boogaart, ed., Johan Maurits van Nassau-Siegen, 1604- 1679: A Humanist Prince in Europe and Brazil (Hagae Comitum: Johan Maurits van Nassau Stichting, 1979) pp. 424-471

Nexus externiRecensere

  Lexica biographica:  • IPNI