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De plantis a divis sanctisve nomen habentibus

J. Bauhin

De plantis a divis sanctisve nomen habentibus

by J. Bauhin

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Published by C. Vualdkirch .
Written in English


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Statementby J. Bauhin.
SeriesLandmarks of science
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20069725M

The two botanical works published by Bauhin in and give no intimation of the Historia plantarum, for each is a very specific exercise. The first, De plantis a divis sanctisve nomen (), is an alphabetical list of plants named after saints, with full citations to the botanical literature. Bauhin, Jean, De plantis a divis sanctisve nomen habentibus Additae sunt Conradi Gesneri epistolae hactenus non editae a Casparo Bauhino Basel, Gessner’s letters to his friend Jean Bauhin are full of details concerning their fruitful cooperation. Both were keen botanists and exchanged specimens.

work, Critica Botanica3 ( 69), and supported with evidence found in a book published almost a century and a half before by the Swiss botanist Johann Bauhin, De Plantis a’ Divis Sanctis’ve Nomen Habentibus (). Even if many of Linnaeus’ aphorisms on the scientific nomenclature of plants are. Noting the ample cardinal of religious accepted or accepted bulb names recorded, Johannis Bauhin wrote “De Plantis A Divis Sanctisve Nomen Habentibus” (“Plants Which Accept Assorted Holy Names”) in Basil in , advertisement some plants.

Bauhin va crear diversos jardins botànics i recollí plantes dels seus viatges. El publicà una llista de les plantes que s'anomenaven amb noms de sants: De Plantis a Divis Sanctisve Nomen Habentibus. Linneu va donar el nom del gènere Bauhinia (família Caesalpiniaceae) en honors dels germans Johann i Gaspard Bauhin. ReferènciesCamp de treball: Botànica, micologia, medicina i retòrica. Excerpt from La Mythologie des Plantes, Vol. 2: Ou les Legendes du Regne Vegetal Quum rem in utroque diligenter explorassent, id accidere depraehenderunt, quod futurum somniator praedixerat. Abrotanum, espece d'armoise, (cf. Artemisia abrotanum L.), a laquelle on attribuait chez les Grecs et les Romains, et on attribue encore en Allemagne et en.


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De plantis a ̀divis sanctisv́e nomen habentibvs: capvt ex magno volumine de consensu & dissensu authorum circa stirpes, desumptum. From "De Plantis A Divis Sanctisve Nomen Habentibus" by Johannis Bauhin, Basil, Bauhin documents the Marian and other religious names of plants with source quotes from botanical books.

From "De Plantis A Divis Sanctisve Nomen Habentibus" by Johannis Bauhin, Basil, Bauhin documents the Marian and other religious names of plants with source quotes from botanical books in Latin, Gallic (French), German etc. - giving testimony that these names were widely found in medieval oral traditions as the then common names of these plants.

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Johann Bauhin died in. Bauhinus, Johannes: De plantis a divis sanctisve nomen habentibus. Basileae Basileae Baumgarten, P. Amand: Aus der volksmäßigen Überlieferung der Heimat. This is a letter to the Augsburg physician Adolph Occo. In it, Gesner prescribes his "oxymel" for asthma: the dose should not exceed one or two drachms.

A special treatise included at the end gives the complicated recipe. Bauhin, Jean, De plantis a divis sanctisve nomen habentibus. Bauhin developed several botanic gardens, collected plants during his travels, and published De Plantis a Divis Sanctisve Nomen Habentibus (a list of plants named for saints) in and De Plantis Absynthii Nomen Habentibus in However his reputation as a botanist came from his major work, Historia Plantarum Universalis.

Compiled by Bauhin with assistance from his son-in-law, Jean Henri. De plantis a divis sanctivse nomen habentibus. Basel: Conrad Walderich, 8vo ( x mm). [] [1] pp. Printer's device on verso of final leaf. Contemporary limp vellum, spine darkened, old shelf mark labels to spine.

Uneven browning troughout, occasional minor spotting. Inhe published a list of plants named after saints called De Plantis a Divis Sanctisve Nomen Habentibus. He died in Montbéliard. Carl Linnaeus named the genus Bauhinia (family Caesalpiniaceae) for the brothers Johann and Gaspard Bauhin.

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Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Free ebooks since   MAJOR CONTRIBUTIONS He compiled a description of plants with more than figures, a work published under the name Historia plantarum universalis in in 3 volumes, several years after his death.

He nurtured several botanic gardens and also collected plants during his travels. Inhe published a list of plants named after saints called De Plantis a Divis Sanctisve Nomen Habentibus. (Munk II, pp. )" R. Gaskell, Books from the Library of Walter Pagel, Pt. 2, This book is This book is very rare with no copy in the USA and the U.K.

according to OCLC/Worldcat. Primary works. From noscemus. De plantis a divis sanctisve nomen habentibus: Bauhin, Johann: Basel: Monograph Letter: Biology Medicine: De plastica seminis facultate: Schegk, Jakob: (books 1–3); (book 4); (books 5–7) Textbook Encyclopedic work: Mathematics Physics.

Inhe published a list of plants named after saints called De Plantis a Divis Sanctisve Nomen Habentibus. Johann Bauhin died in Montbéliard.

Carl Linnaeus named the genus Bauhinia (family Caesalpiniaceae) for the brothers Johann and Gaspard mater: University of Basel, (M.D., ). De Plantis a divis sanctisve nomen habentibus: caput ex magno volumine de consensu & dissensu authorum circa stirpes, desumptum ; add.

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