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De historia stirpium commentarii insignes

Leonhart Fuchs

De historia stirpium commentarii insignes

by Leonhart Fuchs

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Published by In officina isingriniana .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby L. Fuchs.
SeriesLandmarks of science
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19743622M

De historia stirpium commentarii insignes. Basel: Michael Isingrin, First edition. Woodcut portraits of Fuchs, Albrecht Meyer, Heinrich Füllmaurer, and Veit Rudolf Speckle; and woodcuts of plants after drawings from nature by Meyer, transferred to woodblocks by Füllmaurer, and cut into the block by stichtingdoel.com Edition: First Edition. Books Advanced Search Today's Deals New Releases Amazon Charts Best Sellers & More The Globe & Mail Best Sellers New York Times Best Sellers Best Books of the Month Children's Books Textbooks Kindle Books Audible Audiobooks Livres en français5/5(1).

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Oct 01,  · Fuchs, L. De historia stirpium commentarii insignes Fuchs, L. De historia stirpium commentarii insignes Nelson, E. Charles BOOK REVIEWS the Kunstkamera. Foreign visitors to German museums may have noted that the word Kunst nowadays denotes â artâ, but an older, now obsolete, meaning was â scienceâ. Nov 02,  · DE HISTORIA STIRPIUM COMMENTARII INSIGNES. BASEL: MICHAEL ISINGRIN, all three of these illustrators are named and depicted in the book. The woodcuts, with their elegant economy of style and lack of shading, lend themselves beautifully to the delicately applied colours. Suggested Lots. JUMP TO LOT.


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Celebrated Herbal The most celebrated herbal in which about German and foreign plants are treated and beautifully illustrated by over full-page wood-cuts. The first vocabulary of botanical terms is contained in the introduction.

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May 04,  · The herbal, a compilation of information on the medicinal properties of plants, had declined in the Middle Ages. This changed in the early sixteenth century with the emergence in Germany of the new form of a printed, illustrated herbal, led by De historia stirpium commentarii insignes by Leonhart Fuchs ().Cited by: May 18,  · De historia stirpium commentarii insignes, maximis impensis et vigiliis by Leonhart Fuchs, William Withering, Albrecht Meyer, Heinrich Füllmaurer, Veit Rudolph Speckle.

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To celebrate the completion at the University this month of the artist Christine Borland's open air work based upon the design of a medieval physic garden, it seemed appropriate to choose one of Special Collection's grandest herbals as the October book. Leonhart Fuchs' De historia stirpium commentarii insignes (or, Notable commentaries on the.

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Get this from a library. De historia stirpium commentarii insignes: Basel, [Leonhart Fuchs; Karen Reeds; Warnock Library.; Octavo Corporation.] -- A digitized facsimile of the Basel edition of the Historia stirpium from a copy in the Warnock Library. Includes commentary by Karen Reeds, index of modern plant names.

Text is searchable and. The Library has digitized Leonhart Fuchs (–), De Historia Stirpium Commentarii Insignes (Basel, In officina Isingriniana, ). Some of the early books printed from moveable type in Europe in the late 15th century were herbals, books about the medicinal uses of plants as well as some animal and mineral products.

De historia stirpium commentarii insignes (Latin for Notable Commentaries on the History of Plants) is a book by Leonhart Fuchs on herbal plants published in Basel in The work covers about plants and has over woodcut illustrations. Over of the plants in the book were first descriptions. Get this from a library!

De historia stirpium commentarii insignes: Basel, [Leonhart Fuchs; Karen Reeds; Octavo Corporation,; Warnock Library.] -- A digitized facsimile of the Basel edition of the Historia stirpium from a copy in the Warnock Library.

Includes commentary by Karen Reeds, index of modern plant names. Text is searchable and.The Great Herbal - De historia stirpium commentarii insignes (Notable commentaries on the history of plants) Only some copies of the herbal are known to survive in rare book collections, and in the antiquarian book market it commands high prices (a copy was sold at Christie's for $17, in ).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 longe?

clarissimo, autore.