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Botanical extracts: or philosophy of botany.
Robert John Thornton
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Botany, Philosophy, Plants, Botany -- Philosophy, Plants -- Pictorial works Publisher London, White, Johnson and Co. [etc.] Collection biodiversity Digitizing sponsor New York Botanical Garden, LuEsther T.
Mertz Library Contributor New York Botanical Garden, LuEsther T. Mertz Library Language English Volume v.2 (). The philosophy of botany, being botanical, and philosophical extracts including, a new illustration of the sexual system of Linnæus by Robert John Thornton, Volume 1 of 2 Paperback – J by.
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Botanical Extracts: or Philosophy of Botany, vol. (of 4), printed titles to volumes with wood-engraved vignettes, engraved general title bound at front of volume 3 ("The Philosophy of Botany, Being Botanical and Philosophical Extracts"), 71 engraved, aquatint or mezzotint plates only (5 double-page, including plates of Vesuvius and Etna.
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The Final Volume Of The Set Has Become famous As The Temple Of Flora. The Botanical Extracts Publication Project Was Issued Seller Rating: % positive. Volumes one and two, Botanical Extracts or Philosophy of Botany, not present here, are mostly text with only two engraved plates of portraits and one or two botanical plates.
The work is described as a "bibliographer's nightmare" by Stafleu & Cowan, with plate counts and states varying, but the present copies seem to be the later issue. Botany is a branch of Biology that involves the scientific study of plant life. This subreddit functions as Botanical extracts: or philosophy of botany.
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Many native peoples also use plants in ceremonial or spiritual rituals. Botany, branch of biology that deals with the study of plants, including their structure, properties, and biochemical processes. Also included are plant classification and the study of plant diseases and of interactions with the environment.
The principles and findings of botany have provided the base for such applied sciences as agriculture. Although the original herbarium survives in the Emily Dickinson Room at Harvard’s Houghton Rare Book Library, it is so fragile that even scholars are prohibited from examining it and the out-of-print facsimile book is so prohibitively expensive that this miraculous masterpiece at the intersection of poetry and science has practically vanished.
The philosophy of botany, being botanical and philosophical extracts, including: a new illustration of the sexual system of Linneæus. By Robert John Thornton, M.D. late of Trinity College, Cambridge Physician to the General Dispensary: Fellow of the London Botanical Society[,] Lecturer on Medical Botany at Guy's Hospital[,] author of Medical extracts on the.
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Patriotism in a new key: Rousseau encounters Neuchâtel botany 5. Sex, plants and classification 6. ‘Se tracer un plan à sa guise’: Rousseau and the natural method 7. Modes of mediation: botanical books and binomial names 8.
The herbarium as boundary object 9. A forged legacy: the strange fates of Rousseau’s botanical works 4 volumes, 2° ( x mm). 2 engraved calligraphic titles by Vincent after Tomkins, bound: 'The Philosophy of Botany, being Botanical, and Philosophical Extracts.
Including,' and 'A New Illustration of the Sexual System of Linnaeus Vol: I'. Comprising: vols I-II. Botanical Extracts or Philosophy of Botany. In Thornton had an exhibition of the originals of his plates at 49 New Bond Street, of which he issued a descriptive catalogue (British Museum press-mark, T.
), from the advertisements in which it appears that he had then published No. 20 of ‘The Philosophy of Botany, or Botanical Extracts. Botanical Extracts or Philosophy of Botany. London: T. Bensley for the publishers, White, Johnson and Co.
and the author, 2 letterpress titles with mounted woodcut allegorical vignettes by Branston after Thurston. 2 engraved plates of double-portraits by Caldwell after Opie and David depicting Priestley/Lavoisier and Mayow/Evelyn and one aquatint. Poetic Botany identifies an eighteenth-century movement in which botany became the subject of poetry.
The relationship between art and science cultivated during this movement resulted in a rich trove of botanical knowledge, sumptuously presented in books, artworks, and gardens. This exhibition will introduce the poetic botanists who constituted.
In the books, he generated a classification of more than medicinal plants known at the time.[12,13] Among others, he referred to cinnamon, iris rhizome, false hellebore, mint, pomegranate, cardamom, fragrant hellebore, monkshood, and so forth.
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BOTANY and medicine came down the ages hand in hand until the seventeenth century; then both arts became scientific, their ways parted, and no new herbals were compiled. The botanical books ignored the medicinal properties of plants and the medical books contained no plant lore.
An introduction to the science of botany chiefly extracted from the works of Linnaeus, to which are added several new tables and notes and a life of the author / View Metadata By: Lee, James, - Lee, James, - Linné, Carl von, - Smith, James Edward, - Thornton, Robert John, - Physical Society (Guy's Hospital) - King's College London.
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Los sábados vamos a pasear por este jardín botánico, que es. The Plant Hunters also traces the establishment of botanical gardens and the many uses of plants in medicine. In addition to stunning botanical drawings, the book features several unique facsimiles, including a letter from Carl Linnaeus, the father of taxonomy; extracts from Joseph Hooker’s notebooks; an extract from the orchid sketchbook of.
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Maria Jacson (), for example, a woman with scientific interests and con-nections, wrote three books about Linnaean botany and plant physi. Plates from Robert Thornton's Temple of Flora () 'The Temple of Flora' is the third and final part of Robert John Thornton's New illustration of the sexual system of Carolus von Linnaeus, considered by many to be the greatest of all flower books pins.
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Theophrastus (/ ˌ θ iː ə ˈ f r æ s t ə s /; Greek: Θεόφραστος Theόphrastos; c. – c. BC), a Greek native of Eresos in Lesbos (Λέσβος Lésvos), was the successor to Aristotle in the Peripatetic came to Athens at a young age and initially studied in Plato's Plato's death, he attached himself to Aristotle who took to Theophrastus in his Era: Ancient philosophy.“The excitement of discovering a new plant is almost tangible in this lavish collection of plant histories.
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