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De Historia Piscium
07356p1

Origin

The Royal Society

Type

Book

Effects

Causes Financial problems (only affects Academic organizations)

Downsides

Can only be neutralized by giving the book as payment to an individual

Activation

Ownership

Collected by

LordHighSubtitute

Section

The Library

Aisle

050-1686

Shelf

41890-47112-943

Date of Collection

12.06.2013

[Source]


OriginEdit

De Historia piscium (The History of Fishes) was a book written by Francis Willughby and published by the Royal Society. It was very unpopular and causes the Royal Society to halt Isaac Newton's famous work Principia from being published. Fortunately Edmund Halley the clerk of the Society personally fund the publishing of Principia but caused the Society unable to pay Halley his annual salary of £50, Instead Halley was paid with unsold copy of De Historia piscium

TodayEdit

The artifact was collected by the Warehouse from a prestigious University which mysteriously gone downhill after a shipment of books arrived at it's library. After an explanation to the head of the University, The University agreed to give the book as payment for removal of the book thus neautralizing the artifact.

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