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'''Henricus Marius Ducrotay de Blainville''' ([[Francice]]: ''Henri Marie Ducrotay de Blainville''; natus die [[12 Septembris]] [[1777]] apud [[Arques]]; mortuus die [[1 Maii]] -[[1850]]) fuit studiosus [[zoologia|zoologicus]], [[malacologia|malacologicus]] et [[palaeontologia|palaeontologicus]] [[Francia|Francicus]].
 
Henricus de Blainville ([[Francice]]: ''Henri Marie Ducrotay de Blainville'') natus est die [[12 Septembris]] [[1777]] apud [[Arques]] iuxta [[Dieppa]]m. Anno [[1796]] [[Lutetia]]m profectus est ut picturam disceret; ibi autem [[historia naturalis|historiae naturali]] studere incipit ut discipulus [[Georgius Cuvier|Georgii Cuvier]] et interdum vice huius apud [[Collegium Franciae]] [[Athenaeum (Lutetia)]]que praelexit. Anno [[1812]], adiuvante Cuvier, cathedram [[anatomia]]e et [[zoologia]]e facultatis scientiae in [[Universitas Parisiensis|universitate Parisiensi]] obtinuit; postea autem rixa oritur inter eos. Socius [[Academia Scientiarum Francica|Academiae Scientiarum Francica]] electus est anno [[1825]], [[1830]] autem post [[Ioannes Baptista Lamarck]] cathedram historiae naturalis apud [[Museum Nationale Historiae Naturalis (Lutetia)|Museum Parisiense]] nactus est, et [[1832]] post Cuverium cathedram anatomiae comparativae quem clarissime annos 18 retinuit. Mortuus est die [[1 Maii]] [[1850]] in compartimento ferriviario [[Rotomagus|Rotomagum]] et [[Cadomum]] intercurrente.
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Blainville was born at [[Arques-la-Bataille|Arques]], near [[Dieppe, Seine-Maritime|Dieppe]]. In aboudiet [[1796]] he went to [[Paris]] to study painting, but he ultimately devoted himself to natural history, and attracted the attention of [[Georges Cuvier]], for whom he occasionally lectured at the [[College de France]] and at the [[Athenaeum]]. In [[1812]] he was aided by Cuvier to obtain the chair of [[anatomy]] and [[zoology]] in the Faculty of Sciences at Paris, but subsequently an estrangement grew up between the two men and ended in open enmity.
 
In [[1825]] Blainville was admitted a member of the [[French Academy of Sciences]]; and in [[1830]] he was appointed to succeed [[Jean-Baptiste Lamarck]] in the chair of natural history at the museum. Two years later, on the death of Cuvier, he obtained the chair of comparative anatomy, which he continued to occupy for the space of eighteen years, proving himself no unworthy successor to his great teacher. He was found dead in a railway carriage while travelling between [[Rouen]] and [[Caen]].
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==Bibliographia==
==Vide etiam==
*[[Index nominum zoologorum]]
 
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