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Georg Amadeus Carl Friedrich Naumann

Georg Amadeus Carl Friedrich Naumann

German geologist
Georg Amadeus Carl Friedrich Naumann
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Intro German geologist
A.K.A. Carl Friedrich Naumann
Was Geologist Professor Educator Mineralogist
From Germany
Type Academia Science
Gender male
Birth 30 May 1797, Dresden, Germany
Death 26 November 1873, Dresden, Germany (aged 76 years)
Star sign GeminiGemini
Family
Father: Johann Gottlieb Naumann
Siblings: Moritz Ernst Adolf Naumann
Children: Ernst Naumann
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Biography

Georg Amadeus Carl Friedrich Naumann.

Georg Amadeus Carl Friedrich Naumann (30 May 1797 – 26 November 1873), also known as Karl Friedrich Naumann, was a German mineralogist and geologist. The crater Naumann on the Moon is named after him.

Life

Naumann was born at Dresden, the son of a distinguished musician and composer. He received his early education at Pforta, studied at Freiberg under Werner, and afterwards at Leipzig and Jena. He graduated at Jena, and was occupied in 1823 in teaching in that town and in 1824 at Leipzig. In 1826 he succeeded Mohs as professor of crystallography, in 1835 he became professor also of geognosy at Freiberg; and in 1842 he was appointed professor of mineralogy and geognosy in the University of Leipzig. At Freiberg he was charged with the preparation of a geological map of Saxony, which he carried out with the aid of Bernhard von Cotta in 1846.

Naumann was a man of encyclopedic knowledge, lucid and fluent as a teacher. Early in life (1821-1822) he traveled in Norway, and his observations on that country, and his subsequent publications on crystallography, mineralogy and geology. He was elected a Foreign Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1873. He died at Leipzig that year.

He published Beiträge zur Kenntniss Norwegens (2 vols., 1824); Lehrbuch der Mineralogie (1828); Lehrbuch der reinen und angewandten Krystallographie (2 vols. and atlas, 1830); Elemente der Mineralogie (1846; ed. 9, 1874; the 10th ed. by F. Zirkel, 1877); and Lehrbuch der Geognosie (2 vols. and atlas, 1849-1854, ed. 2, 1858-1872).

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