Giovanni Bianchi

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Giovanni Bianchi

Giovanni Bianchi also known as Jano Planco (1693, Rimini – 1775), was an Italian anatomist, archaeologist, zoologist and intellectual. He wrote numerous medical texts and De Conchis minus notis liber (1739), a work on Foraminifera. [1] and maintained a cabinet of curiosities

He is buried in the church of Sant'Agostino in Rimini.[1]

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