Gulielmus Harvaeus[1] vel Gulielmus Harvey (natus William Harvey in Folkestone die 1 Aprilis 1578; mortuus infarctu cordis die 3 Iunii 1657) fuit medicus Anglicus, qui anatomiae et physiologiae pertitus et anno 1628 motum apparatus circulatorius sanguinis in libro Exercitatio Anatomica de Motu Cordis et Sanguinis in Animalibus primum descripsit.

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Gulielmus Harveus: subscriptio
Gulielmus Harveus: subscriptio
Nativitas: 1 Aprilis 1578; Folkestonum
Obitus: 3 Iunii 1657; Roehampton
Patria: Anglia


Genitores: Thomas Harvey; Joan Halke
Coniunx: Elizabeth Browne

Insignia heraldica

Gulielmus Harveus: insigne
Gulielmus Harveus: insigne
Gulielmus Harvaeus
  1. "Ergo, Harvaee, tuos pariter celebramus honores," hexameter ab Henrico More (16141687) in poemate "To William Harvey, on his Discovery of the Circulation of the Blood" factum.


  • Butterfield, Herbert (1957). The Origins of Modern Science (revised ed.). New York: The Free Press 
  • Gregory, Andrew (2001). Harvey's Heart, The Discovery of Blood Circulation. Cambridge, England: Icon Books 
  • Harvey, William (1889). On the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals. London: George Bell and Sons 
  • Harvey, William; Translated by Kenneth J. Franklin. Introduction by Dr. Andrew Wear (1993). The Circulation of the Blood and Other Writings. London: Everyman: Orion Publishing Group. ISBN 0-460-87362-8 
  • Harris, Paul (2007). William Harvey, Folkestone's Most Famous Son. Folkestone: Lilburne Press 
  • Kearney, Hugh (1971). Science and Change 1500 - 1700. New York: McGraw-Hill 
  • Mitchell, Silas Weir (1907). Some Memoranda in Regard to William Harvey, M.D. 
  • Munk, William (1878). The Roll of the Royal College of Physicians of London, Vol. I (2nd ed.). London. pp. 124 – 146 
  • Rapson, Helen (1982). The Circulation of the Blood. London: Frederick Muller 
  • Singer, Charles (1959). A History of Biology (third, revised ed.). London: Abelard-Schuman 
  • Royal Society of Medicine (Great Britain) (1913). Portraits of Dr. William Harvey. London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press 
  • Willis, Robert (translator) (1847). The Works of William Harvey. London: Sydenham Society 

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