Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm Martini (31 August 1729,Ohrdruf – 27 June 1778, Berlin) was a German physician, translator and conchologist. Martini who practised medicine in Hamburg began, in 1769, the richly colour illustrated shell book: Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet published by Gabriel Nikolaus Raspe at Nürnberg. But he died after the publication of the third volume. His work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz (1730–1800) who added eight volumes between 1779 and 1795. Even though the work does not use the binomial system both are considered the authors of the new species figured. He was a Member of Berlinische Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde.

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  • Friedrich Wilhelm Martini est un médecin et naturaliste allemand, né en 1729 et mort en 1778. Ce médecin de Hambourg commence à faire paraître en 1769 un ouvrage richement illustré en couleur sur les coquillages : Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. Mais il meurt deux ans après la parution du troisième volume. Son œuvre est alors continuée par Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz (1730-1800) qui lui ajoute huit volumes en 1779 et 1795. Bien que les deux auteurs n’utilisent pas le système binomial, ils sont considérés comme les auteurs de nombreuses espèces qu’ils figurent. (fr)
  • Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm Martini (* 31. August 1729 in Ohrdruf; † 27. Juni 1778 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Mediziner und Naturforscher. (de)
  • Questo medico di Amburgo comincia a pubblicare nel 1769 un'opera a colori riccamente illustrata sulle conchiglie: Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. Ma muore due anni dopo la pubblicazione del terzo volume. Il suo lavoro è poi continuato da Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz (1730-1800) che aggiunge otto volumi tra il 1779 e il 1795. Anche se entrambi gli autori non utilizzano ancora il sistema binomiale, sono considerati come gli autori delle numerose specie che vi sono illustrate. (it)
  • Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm Martini (31 August 1729,Ohrdruf – 27 June 1778, Berlin) was a German physician, translator and conchologist. Martini who practised medicine in Hamburg began, in 1769, the richly colour illustrated shell book: Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet published by Gabriel Nikolaus Raspe at Nürnberg. But he died after the publication of the third volume. His work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz (1730–1800) who added eight volumes between 1779 and 1795. Even though the work does not use the binomial system both are considered the authors of the new species figured. He was a Member of Berlinische Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde. (en)
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  • 1729-8-31
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  • 1778-6-27
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  • Friedrich Wilhelm Martini est un médecin et naturaliste allemand, né en 1729 et mort en 1778. Ce médecin de Hambourg commence à faire paraître en 1769 un ouvrage richement illustré en couleur sur les coquillages : Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. Mais il meurt deux ans après la parution du troisième volume. Son œuvre est alors continuée par Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz (1730-1800) qui lui ajoute huit volumes en 1779 et 1795. Bien que les deux auteurs n’utilisent pas le système binomial, ils sont considérés comme les auteurs de nombreuses espèces qu’ils figurent. (fr)
  • Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm Martini (* 31. August 1729 in Ohrdruf; † 27. Juni 1778 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Mediziner und Naturforscher. (de)
  • Questo medico di Amburgo comincia a pubblicare nel 1769 un'opera a colori riccamente illustrata sulle conchiglie: Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. Ma muore due anni dopo la pubblicazione del terzo volume. Il suo lavoro è poi continuato da Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz (1730-1800) che aggiunge otto volumi tra il 1779 e il 1795. Anche se entrambi gli autori non utilizzano ancora il sistema binomiale, sono considerati come gli autori delle numerose specie che vi sono illustrate. (it)
  • Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm Martini (31 August 1729,Ohrdruf – 27 June 1778, Berlin) was a German physician, translator and conchologist. Martini who practised medicine in Hamburg began, in 1769, the richly colour illustrated shell book: Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet published by Gabriel Nikolaus Raspe at Nürnberg. But he died after the publication of the third volume. His work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz (1730–1800) who added eight volumes between 1779 and 1795. Even though the work does not use the binomial system both are considered the authors of the new species figured. He was a Member of Berlinische Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde. (en)
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