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Granddaughter of medical doctor and letter writer Guy Patin, and daughter of medical doctor and numismatist Charles Patin and moralist writer Madeleine Patin, as well as sister of numismatist Gabrielle-Charlotte Patin, Charlotte-Catherine Patin published the following known works, in Latin and French:
- Oratio de liberata civitate Vienna (Padoue, 1683)
- Tabellæ selectæ ac explicatæ (Ibid. , 1691, in fol.), a collection of reviews of famous paintings, which included 42 engravings, including one of her family.
- Relatio de litteris apologeticis, published in the contemporary German scientific review Acta Eruditorum (1691), where she responded to a critic of a work of her father on the Marcellin tomb that they had critiqued.
- Mitra, ou la Démone mariée, ou le malheur des hommes qui épousent de mauvaises femmes, (Démonopolis, 1745)
Charlotte-Catherine Patin was made, as well as her sister and parents, a member of the Galileiana Academy of Arts and Science, under the name "Rare".
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