6 edition of Arbores mirabiles found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Joseph Taylor.|
|LC Classifications||QK81 .T245|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 192,  p.|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||04013573|
44 7% 71 s.' ý4 ya, týe ýy a 'yy(pý t f fi UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LIBRARY Class Book Volume M W S. TEUFFELS GE SCHICHTE DER RÖMISCHEN LITERATUR. NEU BEARBEITET VON LUDWIG SCIIWABE. FÜNFTE AUFLNGE. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. insulas, gentes, reśque mirabiles in dicto Australi Oceano obvias habuerit. Arboretum Biblicum: in quo arbores & frutices passim in S. Literis occurrentes, notis philologicis, philosophicis, theologicis.
A passage in the tenth book has erroneously been quoted to ascribe to Porta the invention of the telescope. Book six shows that the production of artificial gems was well advanced in Porta’s time. The seventh book includes some important observations on the magnet. ARBORES MIRABILES: or, a Description of the Most remarkable Trees, Plants. THE JOHN CARTER BROWN LIBRARY is an independently administered and funded center for advanced research in history and the humanities, founded in and located at Brown University since Housed within the library's walls is an internationally renowned collection of primary historical.
Sunt pręterea in dicta insula Iohanna septem vel octo palmarum genera. Quæ proceritate et pulchritudine (quemadmodum cetere omnes arbores, herbe fructusque) nostras facile exuperant. Sunt et mirabiles pinus, agri et prata vastissima, varie aves, varia mella variaque metalla, ferro excepto. Mathers ; Ad. , Book 2, chap. 16; Sl. , Book 2, chap. 15b. In multis artis Experimentis cera vel Terra operatur in faciendo imagines vel alia necessaria. Nota quod si aliqua imago fiat de cera vel terra, oportet quod sit virginea, quae est illa, quae de apibus primo fit quae nunquam fecerunt favos, & ut ajunt, est illa quae.
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ARBORES MIRABILES or, a Description of the Most Remarkable Trees, Plants and Shrubs in All Parts of the World [Taylor, Joseph] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. ARBORES MIRABILES or, a Description of the Most Remarkable Trees, Plants and Shrubs in All Parts of the WorldAuthor: Joseph Taylor.
Arbores mirabiles, or, A description of the most remarkable trees, plants, and shrubs, in all parts of the world: illustrated with several curious anecdotes of their wonderful properties, and at the same time manifesting infinite wisdom in the formation of those valuable productious, so beneficial to all mankind, taken from the journals of eminent travellers, historians and naturalists.
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Watch the auction as a guest. In the tumultuous year ofaround the time the French were freezing in the ruins of Moscow and American troops were burning Fort York (Toronto), a London printer issued Arbores mirabiles book quiet little book entitled Arbores Mirabiles, a collection of “curious Anecdotes” about “the most remarkable Trees, Plants, and Shrubs, in all Parts of the World.”.” Among these, one of the shortest treats of.
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Page 25 - Joanna. septem vel octo palmarum genera, quae proceritate et pulchritudine, quemadmodum ceterae omnes arbores, herbae fructusque, nostras facile exsuperant.
Sunt et mirabiles ' pinus, agri, et prata vastissima, variae aves, varia mella, variaque metalla, ferro excepto. In ea autem, quam Hispanam supra diximus nuncupari, maximi sunt montes ac pulchri, vasta rura, nemora.
Bourne Book Sale (#MS) 09/12/ PM GMT CLOSED Auction information. Taylor (Joseph) Arbores Mirabiles or A Description of the Most Remarkable Trees Plants and Shrubs in. Pliny: Natural History. 43 fertilis. pomum ipsum grande, durum, horridumet a ceteris generibus distans sapore quodam ferinae in apris evidentissimo, quae causa nominis.
quarta auctoritas sandalidum a similitudine appellatarum; iam in Aethiopiae fine quinque harum qui plurimas arbores tradunt, non raritate magis quam 44 suavitate mirabiles.
ab his caryotae maxime celebrantur, et cibo quidem sed. Book VII. even when weighed down with clothing Damon records a tribe not unlike these in Ethiopia, the Pharmaces, whose sweat relieves of diseases bodies touched by it Also among ourselves Cicero states that the glance of all women who have double pupils is injurious everywhere In fact when nature implanted in man the wild beasts’ habit of devouring human flesh, she also thought fit to.
This section is from the book "The Volatile Oils Vol1", by E. Gildemeister. Also available from Amazon: The Volatile Oils. Among the drugs from the new world, which received consideration in Europe after the discovery of America, there was an aromatic balsam derived from a tree named Ocosotl which was found in Mexico and Central America.
Arbores quas naturae debemus tribus modis nascuntur, sponte aut semine aut ab radice. cura numerosior extitit, de qua suo dicemus volumine. nunc enim totus sermo de natura est multis modis mirisque memorabili. namque non omnia in omnibus locis nasci docuimus nec tralata vivere. hoc alias fastidio, alias contumacia, saepius inbecillitate.
Arbores mirabiles; or a description of the most remarkable trees, plants, and shrubs, in all parts of the world Taken from the journals of eminent travellers, historians and naturalists /.
The complete Latin text of Book I of the Historia Naturalis of C. Plinius Secundus, with Pliny's own index, table of contents, and bibliography.
gentium mirabiles figurae 3 prodigiosi partus Indiae arbores 9 quando primum hebenus Romae visa. quae genera eius 10 spina Indica 11 ficus Indica 12‑ "Ah, hae fabae mirabiles sunt," ait senex, laci quinque fabas monstrans.
"Si fabas in solo pones, postero die creverint ad caelum. Et omnes quinque fabas dabo, si mihi tuam vaccam dabis. Et, si fabae non crescent, vaccam red am. "Iustus est senex," putat Iax, et. You can write a book review and share your experiences. 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 into four books, each containing hementissimam secum ferentes, etiam repentino momento ac subito tactu mirabiles in imagin- Ibique quasdam arbores plantavit, in quarum medio magna con.
Epistola Christoferi Colom—cui etas nostra multum debet, de insulis in mari Indico nuper inventis, ad quas perquirendas octavo antea mense auspiciis et ere invictissimi Fernandi Hispaniarum Regis missus fuerat—ad magnificum dominum Raphaelem Sanxis, eiusdem serenissimi Regis thesaurarium, missa, quam nobilis ac litteratus vir Aliander de Cosco ab Hispano ideomate in latinum convertit.
(quemadmodum cetere omnes arbores, herbe fructusque) nostras facile exuperant. Sunt et mirabiles pinus, agri et prata vastissima, varie aves, varia mella variaque metalla, ferro excepto. In ea autem, quam Hispanam supra diximus nuncupari, maximi sunt montes ac pulchri, vasta rura, nemora, campi feracissimi seri pacisque et condendis.
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Giambattista della (John Baptist) Porta (?), was a Neapolitan scholar of notable ability who had devoted great attention to the study of natural and physical science.
Compendeum of life's work, completed in English Translation.List of works from Joël, Franz: Francisci Joelis Medic. Doct. & in Academia Gryphis-waldensi Professoris ; Amstelredami [Ravestein] Hartmann, Johann: Iohannis Hartm.There is also a reordering of pp.
; ]'s order is: p.5 mirabiles; p.35 in 10 Concerning the possibility of the Spanish and Latin translations being respectively by Yehuda and.