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Clifford financed the Hortus Cliffortianus (), which celebrated Hartekamp; the bust in the upper left of the frontispiece is believed to be a portrait of. Item data. Ref No: BL Short title: Hortus Cliffortianus. Publication date: Author(s): Linnaeus, Carl and Clifford, George. Hortus Cliffortianus Title page of Hortus Cliffortianus The Hortus Cliffortianus is a work of early botanical literature published in The work was a.

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Several species of Canellaceae are important in herbal medicine or as a substitute for cinnamon.

Member feedback about List of florilegia and botanical codices: Nepenthesalso known as tropical pitchers plants, is a genus of carnivorous plants in the monotypic family Nepenthaceae. This file has been identified as being free of known restrictions under copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights.

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Member feedback about Carl Linnaeus: For usage, see Commons: In both left Uppsala, Artedi for England, and Linnaeus for Lappland; before parting they reciprocally bequeathed to each other their manuscripts and books in the event of death.

Cultivated plant taxonomy topic Some of the traditional tools of cultivated plant taxonomy including: The original itself is in the public domain for the following reason: Bibliographies by writer Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Cleomaceae Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. View of Hartekamp from the ‘Leidse trekvaart’ or Leiden-Haarlem canal. The specific epithet maxima was coined by Scottish botanist Philip Miller in ; Miller’s name was applied to this species in the Flora of Jamaica, but it was later determined that Miller’s description was actually of the species now known as Ficus aurea.


His wife was Alice; her maiden name is unknown.

Hortus Cliffortianus : – Biodiversity Heritage Library

The Hortus Cliffortianus contains a number of illustrations by Jan Wandelaar Wealthy city families left the cities in the summer, escaping “canal fever” which caused illness from the putrid canals.

Frontispies door Jan Wandelaar van Linnaeus, C. A timeline of illustrated botanical works to In the beginning, Clifford used the Hortus Cliffortianus as a gift for his contacts within the plant-exchange network.

George Clifford died in and left the business and property to his sons.

Member feedback about Heemstede: The xylem has na Member feedback about Leidsevaart: Since then the garden has declined and is currently used as a school campus. Description Linnaeus Hortus Cliffortianus plate View of Hartekamp from the Herenweg, the road from Haarlem to Leiden that clifforrianus along 17th and 18th century summer homes. Botanical nomenclature Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.

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Amaryllis topic Amaryllis [1] is the only genus in the subtribe Amaryllidinae tribe Amaryllideae.

Summary [ edit ] Description Linnaeus Hortus Cliffortianus frontpage. Astronomy Pierre Louis Maupertuis publishes Sur la figure de la terre, which confirms Newton’s view that the earth is an oblate spheroid slightly flattened at the poles.

The genus is named to honor Leonhard Rauwolf.

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The flowers are usually white to pink, sometimes red, with five petals and five sepals. On a pedestal is a bust, possibly portraying George Clifford. It passed into Clifford’s hands in Member feedback about Philosophia Botanica: