Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm
Born: Jun 01, 1646 AD
Died: 1716 AD, at 70 years of age.
1646 - Born on the 1st of July in Leipzig to Friedrich Leibniz and Catherina Schmuck.
1669 - Leibniz was appointed Assessor in the Court of Appeal.
1676 - Leibniz managed to delay his arrival in Hanover, after making one more short journey to London, where he possibly was shown some of Newton's unpublished work on the calculus.
1675 - He began working on the calculus in the earliest evidence of its use in his surviving notebooks.
1677, he was promoted, at his request, to Privy Counselor of Justice, a post he held for the rest of his life.
1682 - Leibniz's most important mathematical papers were published between and usually in a journal which he and Otto Mencke founded the Acta Eruditorum.
1687-1690 - Leibniz traveled extensively in Germany, Austria, and Italy, seeking and finding archival materials bearing on this project.
1712 - Leibniz began a two year residence in Vienna, where he was appointed Imperial Court Councillor to the Habsburgs.
1716 - Died on the 14th of November.
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