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On the third centenary of the birth of Vitaliano Donati (1717-1762), a tribute to his scientific position in the history of the Piedmontese sciences is due. He was born in Padua, where he obtained his doctorate in medicine under the guide of Giambattista Morgagni and was fascinated by the naturalists A. Vallisnieri jr. and G. Pontedera. Following his professor G. Poleni, charged by the pope Benedict XIV to consolidate St. Peter dome, he met the pontifex archiater Leprotti, who invited him todoi:10.13135/2281-2164/2657 fatcat:vc3x3hjourd2nbp25yrvpo2rfe