Carolus Linnaeus

(Tùi Carl Linnaeus choán--lâi)

Carl Linnaeus (Latin miâ: Carolus Linnaeus; hôa-cho̍k miâ: Carl von Linné; 1707-nî 5-goe̍h 23 – 1778-nî 1-goe̍h 10), Sverige si̍t-bu̍t-ha̍k-ka; khí-chō hiān-tāi seng-bu̍t hun-lūi-ha̍k ê tē-ki. Oân-ná sī hiān-tāi seng-thài-ha̍k ê thài-chó· chi it.

Carolus Linnaeus
Portrait of Linnaeus on a brown background with the word "Linne" in the top right corner
Carl von Linné, Alexander Roslin, 1775
(iû-ue, Gripsholm Castle)
Chhut-sì 1707 nî 5 goe̍h 23 ji̍t(1707-05-23)[1]
Sweden Stenbrohult kàu-khū (tsîm-á teh Älmhult Municipality) Råshult
Kòe-sin 1778 nî 1 goe̍h 10 ji̍t (70 hòe)
Sweden Danmark kàu-khū (teh Uppsala guā-pōo) Hammarby (chng-hn̂g)
Uppsala Cathedral
59°51′29″N 17°38′00″E / 59.85806°N 17.63333°E / 59.85806; 17.63333
Kok-che̍k Sweden
Bú-hāu
Chhut-miâ gôan-in
Ang-bó͘ Sara Elisabeth Moraea (1739 nî kiat-hun)
Kiáⁿ-jî 7
Scientific career
Fields
Institutions Uppsala Tāi-ha̍k
Thesis Dissertatio medica inauguralis in qua exhibetur hypothesis nova de febrium intermittentium causa (1735)
Notable students Peter Ascanius
Author abbrev. (botany) L.
Author abbrev. (zoology) Linn.
Chhiam-miâ
Carl v. Linné

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  1. Carl Linnaeus was born in 1707 on 13 May (Swedish calendar) or 23 May according to the Gregorian calendar. According to the Julian calendar he was born on 12 May. (Blunt 2004, p. 12)

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  • Linnaeus was depicted by Jay Hosler in a parody of Peanuts titled "Good ol' Charlie Darwin".
  • The 15 March 2007 issue of Nature featured a picture of Linnaeus on the cover with the heading "Linnaeus's Legacy" and devoted a substantial portion to items related to Linnaeus and Linnaean taxonomy.
  • A tattoo of Linnaeus's definition of the order Primates mentioned by Carl Zimmer
  • Ginkgo biloba tree at the University of Harderwijk, said to have been planted by Linnaeus in 1735
  • SL Magazine, Spring 2018 features an article by Nicholas Sparks, librarian, Collection Strategy and Development titled Origins of Taxonomy, describing a generous donation from the Linnean Society of NSW to supplement the State Library of New South Wales's collections on Carl Linnaeus of documents, photographs, prints and drawings as well as a fine portrait of Linnaeus painted about 1800.