6 edition of Hortus Cliffortianus found in the catalog.
June 30, 1968
by Lubrecht & Cramer Ltd
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||532|
Dec 04, · LINNAEUS, Carolus (). Hortus maybom247.comdam, [i.e., ]. 2° ( x mm). Half-title, engraved allegorical frontispiece of the Hortus Cliffortianus by and after Jan Wandelaar, title printed in red and black, engraved title vignette, Wandelaar's 1-p. explanation of the frontispiece, Linnaeus' dedications to George Clifford and to the "botanical reader," the. Page - Hortus Cliffortianus, plantas exhibens quas in hortis tarn vivis quam siccis Hartecampi in Hollandia coluit Georgius Clifford, reductis varietatibus ad species, speciebus ad genera, generibus ad classes, adjectis locis plantarum natalibus differentiisque specierum.5/5(1).
The Hortus Cliffortianus is a catalogue of the plants in the garden and herbarium of George Clifford (–), whose family originated from Landbeach, near Cambridge. The book in folio, containing 36 plates, an impressive engraved frontispiece, and an accurate index, was sponsored by Clifford and printed in a limited edition by the author. Rare Book Room. Charles Stuart Gager, the first Director of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, was a man of extraordinary vision, a distinguished botanist, and a bibliophile. For Gager, assembling a great botanical library to support the historical and scientific study of plants was an integral part of building a great botanical garden.
Hortus Cliffortianus, first edition, title printed in red and black with engraved vignette, engraved allegorical frontispiece by J. Wandelaar, 36 engraved plates (of which 20 after G.D. Ehret), lacks half-title, plates 13 and 32 misbound, pages (gatherings Nnn2-Ffff2) omitted as issued, some spotting and browning, dampstain in top gutter margin of early gatherings, contemporary calf. Linneaus' method, which initiated the system of binomial nomenclature still in use today, was based on the description and classification of the reproductive organs. His Hortus Cliffortianus () was the first book to include details of floral dissection, crucial for this method of plant identification.
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Hortus Cliffortianus: plantas exhibens quas in hortis tam vivis quam siccis, Hartecampi in Hollandia, coluit Georgius Clifford reductis varietatibus ad species, speciebus ad genera, generibus ad classes, adjectis locis plantarum natalibus differentiisque specierum.
Carl Von Linn: Systema Naturae, Amoenitates Academicae, Species Plantarum, Hortus Cliffortianus, Genera Plantarum, Critica Botanica, (Paperback) by Quelle Wikipedia and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at maybom247.com The Hortus Cliffortianus is a work of early botanical literature published in The work was a collaboration between Carl Linnaeus and Georg Dionysius Ehret, financed by George Clifford in Clifford, a wealthy Amsterdam banker was a keen botanist with a large herbarium and governor of the Dutch East India maybom247.com had the income to attract the talents of botanists such as.
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Symbolic book. The Hortus Cliffortianus contains a number of illustrations by Jan Wandelaar (). Its symbolism, including a young Apollo with Linnaeus' features, casting aside the shroud Hortus Cliffortianus book darkness (ignorance), has been discussed by Callmer & Gertz () and summarised by Stearn ( ) - see Bibliography.
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Hortus Third is a book unique in the field of North American horticultural literature. Written from a botanical point of view for the horticultural community, it is a record of the astonishingly rich and diverse flora of cultivated plants of the United States, Canada, Hawaii, and Puerto maybom247.com by: Carl Linnaeus (/ l ɪ ˈ n iː ə s, l ɪ ˈ n His work at Hartekamp led to another book, Hortus Cliffortianus, a catalogue of the botanical holdings in the herbarium and botanical garden of Hartekamp.
He wrote it in nine months (completed in July ), but it was not published until Born: 23 MayRåshult, Stenbrohult parish (now. The conception of the book Linnaeus wrote his book Hortus Cliffortianus in 9 months (!). In this work he described the complete collection of living and dried plant material present at de de Hartecamp, which included many new maybom247.com this time the individual herbarium sheets owned by Clifford were arranged according to Boerhaavesystem published in his Index alter plantarum.
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Title page of Hortus Cliffortianus. The Hortus Cliffortianus is a work of early botanical literature published in The work was a collaboration between Carl Linnaeus and Georg Dionysius Ehret, financed by George Clifford in Clifford, a wealthy Amsterdam banker was a keen botanist with a large herbarium and governor of the Dutch East India Company.
Hortus Cliffortianus, plantas exhibens quas in hortis tam vivis quam siccis, Hartecampi in Hollandia. Jun 16, · Hortus Cliffortianus – The Linnean Collections.
He was a Dutch humanist and physician of European fame. The conception of the book Linnaeus wrote his book Hortus Cliffortianus in 9 months. The stems have nodes with three rarely two leaf gaps and three leaf traces. Bibliographies by writer Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.
Jun 16, · Half-title, engraved allegorical frontispiece of the Hortus Cliffortianus (dated ) by and after Jan Wandelaar, title printed in red and black, engraved title vignette, Wandelaar's 1 page explanation of the frontispiece, Linnaeus' dedications to George Clifford and to the "botanical reader," the dedications dated from Hartekamp, 30 July Hortus Cliffortianus(), BL Comments & Notes.
View Comments. The Linnean Collections is powered by EPrints 3 and is hosted by ULCC. The Hortus Cliffortianus Linnaus's first book which employed his new system was the Hortus Cliffortianus (published in - after Ehret left Holland).
This marked the beginning of a new era of botanical morphology and the naming of plants using botanical Latin. Link to this page: View Text. Names on this page. Search Botanicus: Scientific names are identified on this page using the FindIt service from maybom247.com Matched names are linked.
Dimensions: Arms Quarterly Ist & IVth grand quarters Quarterly 1 &4. France and England 2. Scotland 3. Ireland within a bordure compony charged with eight roses on an escutcheon of pretence Three buckles (Dukedom of Aubigny) Coronet of a Duke Order The Garter.
Oct 11, · Though the agreement was only for a winter of that year, Linnaeus practically stayed there until It was here that he wrote a book Hortus Cliffortianus, in the preface of which he described his experience as "the happiest time of my life." (A portion of Hartekamp was declared as public garden in April by the Heemstede local authority Author: David J Strumfels.Hortus Cliffortianus is about George Clifford's garden with plates illustrating the plants by Georg Dionys Ehret, the foremost flower painter of that day.
However, the beautiful frontispiece (see plate 1) at the beginning of Hortus Cliffortianus is by J. Wandelaar and contains many more interesting details than those we show here.Carl von Linné: Hortus Cliffortianus.
Amsterdam: Sp Coll Old Library Bi1-a This work, along with the author's Genera plantarum and Species plantarum, forms the starting point of modern systematic maybom247.comus established the principles of class, order, genus and species for all plants and animals.