3 edition of De historia stirpium commentarii insignes found in the catalog.
De historia stirpium commentarii insignes
1542 by In officina isingriniana .
Written in English
|Statement||by L. Fuchs.|
|Series||Landmarks of science|
In his preface Turner predicted that some critics would accuse him of divulging to the general public what should have been reserved for the medical profession. The idea of Linnaeus creating a dividing line in our understanding of the natural world makes me evoke the Enlightenment and its taxonomic anxiety. Or, a compleat herball Volume II is a facsimile of Fuchs's herbal, printed in black and white. Largely useless for identification purposes, different plants were often depicted by repeated use of the same woodcuts, while the descriptions of the properties of the herbs tended to mix genuine Discoridean tradition with local folk lore and the purely imaginary.
Many illustrations in color and black and white featured throughout. He then turned his attention to medicine and took a doctor's degree - his background in classics and profound knowledge of Greek allowing him to read old medical texts with ease. Embossed stamp for personal library of Donald H. The herbal, a compilation of information on the medicinal properties of plants, had declined in the Middle Ages.
Mark Jameson, a student who served as Rector's Deputy in Magenta is another competing trade name for the same dye in England. The authors of these German herbals used some of the received knowledge of earlier herbalists but added their own knowledge and observations as well as creating new, accurate illustrations drawn from life rather than copied from books. Title page. Praescriptis operi tabulis nominum anatomiae, et aegritudinum totius corporis humani, Saladini item Iudicio de ponderibus medicinalibus Strasbourg, Sp Coll Hunterian Aa. Explanation of difficult terms-- Appendix 3.
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Condition: Very Good. Most households made sure that Bible and herbal were at hand at all times in order to look after the spiritual and physical health of the family. Such criticism did not concern him. Turner did not only aspire to scientific accuracy; at the same time he intended to inform and educate the public at large, an aspiration which the revolutionising introduction of the printing press was now making possible.
He said of De historia stirpium commentarii insignes book contemporaries, "one can find scarcely one in a hundred who has an accurate knowledge of even a De historia stirpium commentarii insignes book plants" Meyer et al.
Fuchs tried to identify the plants described by the classical authors. The serious study of herbalism flourished as never before, resulting in the production of a plethora of works based upon field work and scientific fact.
He cited more than 40 ancient Greek and Roman authors as well as later ones in compiling his plant histories, adding an appendix of information from local sources and the first published glossary of botanical terms. Detail of illustrators at work from page The Historia originally appeared in both coloured and uncoloured states when first published.
Although these plans for a university came to nothing, it was during this period that Fuchs became established as a writer. Or, a compleat herball The woodblock figures in Fuchs's Historia stirpium-- 5.
Fuchs made extensive corrections in the course of preparing the text of his "Notable commentaries on the history of plants" to make his herbal more authoritative.
Later editions of the herbal were published with smaller woodcuts. Demonstrating a precocious appetite for learning, he matriculated at the University of Erfurt at the age of fourteen.
He gained his initial fame by finding a cure for the English sweating sickness, and was soon in demand as both a practitioner and teacher across Europe. The resulting images were large and clearly drawn, modeled on nature but edited to remove individual blemishes and show an ideal specimen.
He spent much of his leisure in the careful study of plants which he sought in their native habitat. Of invaluable interest to historians of medicine, pharmacology, philology, art, and printing, it will also appeal to collectors of fine and rare books, gardeners, and proponents of alternative medicine.
Oakland, Calif. Our copy of this great herbal belonged to the politician and statesman Thomas Belasyse, Lord Fauconberg These first printed herbals did not contain much new information but generally presented earlier information from Pliny the Elder 23—79Dioscorides Pedanius of Anazarbos ca.De historia stirpium commentarii insignes: maximis impensis et uigiliis elaborati, adiectis earundem uiuis plusquam quingentis imaginibus, nunquam antea ad naturae imitationem artificiosius effictis & expressis / c Leonharto Fuchsio medico hac nostra aetate longè clarissimo, autore.
DE HISTORIA STIRPIUM COMMENTARII INSIGNES. Apud Balthazarem Arnolletum, Lvgdvni, Hardcover, paper-covered boards. Paper label to tjarrodbonta.com staining to fore-edges. Second Lyon edition, A very early Fuchs herbal with over woodblock Botanical cuts. Title-page, portrait to verso, introduction and Indexes (29 pages) + pp.
The scarce Lyon second edition ofthe first. With ports. of the author, the designers, and the engraver. Probably the first book which contains not only the names, but also the ports.
of its illustrators. Cf. Klebs. A catalogue of early herbals.no. Library of Congress. Book/Printed Material De historia stirpium commentarii insignes adiectis earvndem vivis plusquam.Author of De historia stirpivm commentarii insignes, De pdf stirpium commentarii insignes, L' histoire des plantes mis en commentaires, The new herbal of =, Plantarum effigies, [ De] histor[ia] stirpium commentarii insigis, Leonharti Fvschsii De humani corporis fabrica, De historia stirpium commentarij insignes.May 18, · De historia stirpium commentarii insignes, maximis impensis et vigiliis by Leonhart Fuchs, William Withering, Albrecht Meyer, Heinrich Füllmaurer, Veit Rudolph Speckle.Il De Historia Stirpium commentarii insignes ebook Commentario notabile della storia delle piante) è un manuale di botanica e medicina pubblicato a Basilea nel secondo gli studi del medico e botanico tedesco Leonhart Fuchs.
Esemplare di Carlina acaulis definito da Fuchs come Chamaeleon albus.1ª ed. originale: a Basilea.