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Stephanus Franciscus Geoffroy Parisinus, natus anno. 1672 N. de Largilliere pinxit ; gravé par L. Surugue 1737

Stephanus Franciscus Geoffroy Parisinus, natus anno. 1672 N. de Largilliere pinxit ; gravé par L. Surugue 1737

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Print shows Etienne François Geoffroy, half-length portrait, body turned to the left, face front, in a window, holding a copy of his "Materia Medico" upright with left hand.
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Caption continues: Facult. Medic. Paris. Decanus; in Colleg. Francia Lector Regius, necnon Chymiæ et histor. natural in hort. Reg. Paris. Professor; Reg. Scient. Acad. et Societ. Reg. Lond. Socius: obit iterum Decanus. Anno 1731. Dilectissimo Fratri. Hoc Amicitiae et Grati Animi Monumentum dicavit, Claud. Joseph Geoffroy. Pharmac. Parisiens. Præfectus Antiquior; Æ dil. Paris; Reg. Scient. Acad. et Societ. Reg. Lond. Socius.

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01/01/1737
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