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* Historia Plantarum in Palatinatu Electorali is a book by Johan Adam Pollich published 1776 – 1777.
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Historia and Plantarum
His classification of plants in his Historia Plantarum, was an important step towards modern taxonomy.
His student Theophrastus ( Greece, 370-285 BC ) carried on this tradition, and wrote a classification of 480 plants called Historia Plantarum.
In 1578 the manuscript, entitled Nova Plantarum, Animalium et Mineralium Mexicanorum Historia, was sent back to the Escorial in Madrid ; they were not translated into Latin by Francisco Ximenes until 1615.
Historia Plantarum is Latin and literally means History of Plants, although better translations would be " on plants " or " treatise on plants ".
* Historia Plantarum ( also called Enquiry into Plants / Inquiry into Plants ) is the name by which is known an ancient Greek survey of botany written by Theophrastus between the 3rd and the 2nd century BC.
* Historia Plantarum Rariorum ( A History of Rare Plants ) is a book published by John Martyn in 1728 – 1737.
* Nomenclator ex Historia Plantarum Indigenarum Helvetiae Excerptus Auctore by Albrecht von Haller is an index ( nomenclator ) to his Historia Stirpium Indigenarum Helvetiae Inchoata published in 1768.
Botanical historian Alan Morton notes that Theophrastus in his Enquiry into Plants " had an inkling of the limits of culturally induced ( phenotypic ) changes and of the importance of genetic constitution " ( Historia Plantarum III, 2, 2 and Causa Plantarum I, 9, 3 ).
* John Ray begins publication of his Historia Plantarum, including the first biological definition of the term species ; also his edition of Francis Willughby's Historia Piscum.
Similarly important for herbalists and botanists of later centuries was Theophrastus ' Historia Plantarum, written in the fourth century BC, which was the first systematization of the botanical world.
Martyn's is best known for his Historia Plantarum Rariorum ( 1728 – 1737, illustrated by Jacob van Huysum ), and his translation, with valuable agricultural and botanical notes, of the Eclogues ( 1749 ) and Georgics ( 1741 ) of Virgil.
It was Aristotle ’ s pupil Theophrastus ( 371 – 287 BCE ) in his Historia Plantarum and De Causis Plantarum ( better known as the Enquiry into Plants ) that established the scientific method of careful and critical observation associated with modern botanical science.
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His chief work is a Historia Francorum, or Libri v de Gestis Francorum, which deals with the history of the Franks from the earliest times to 653, and was continued by other writers until the middle of the twelfth century.
The Vipava Valley, through which Alboin led the Lombards into ItalyAs a precautionary move Alboin strengthened his alliance with the Avars, signing what Paul calls a foedus perpetuum (" perpetual treaty ") and what is referred to in the 9th-century Historia Langobardorum codicis Gothani as a pactum et foedus amicitiae (" pact and treaty of friendship "), adding that the treaty was put down on paper.
But there are smaller snippets of tradition preserved in the Historia Brittonum: in Chapter 31, we are told that Vortigern ruled in fear of Ambrosius ; later, in Chapter 66, various events are dated from a Battle of Guoloph ( often identified with Wallop, ESE of Amesbury near Salisbury ), which is said to have been between Ambrosius and Vitolinus ; lastly, in Chapter 48, it is said that Pascent, the son of Vortigern, was granted rule over the regions of Buellt and Gwrtheyrnion by Ambrosius.
Yet a simpler alternative interpretation of the conflict between these two figures is that the Historia Brittonum is preserving traditions hostile to the purported descendants of Vortigern, who at this time were a ruling house in Powys.
This interpretation is supported by the negative character of all of the stories retold about Vortigern in the Historia Brittonum, which include his alleged practice of incest.
In the spirit of Augustine's Confessions is the 12th-century Historia Calamitatum of Peter Abelard, outstanding as an autobiographical document of its period.
He is well known as an author and scholar, and his most famous work, Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum ( The Ecclesiastical History of the English People ) gained him the title " The Father of English History ".
Almost everything that is known of Bede's life is contained in the last chapter of his Historia Ecclesiastica, a history of the church in England.
Bede's best-known work is the Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum, or An Ecclesiastical History of the English People.
His introduction imitates the work of Orosius, and his title is an echo of Eusebius's Historia Ecclesiastica.
Bede's Latin has been praised for its clarity, but his style in the Historia Ecclesiastica is not simple.
In the words of Charles Plummer, one of the best-known editors of the Historia Ecclesiastica, Bede's Latin is " clear and limpid ... it is very seldom that we have to pause to think of the meaning of a sentence ... Alcuin rightly praises Bede for his unpretending style.
This goal, of showing the movement towards unity, explains Bede's animosity towards the British method of calculating Easter: much of the Historia is devoted to a history of the dispute, including the final resolution at the Synod of Whitby in 664.
The belief that the Historia was the culmination of Bede's works, the aim of all his scholarship, a belief common among historians in the past, is no longer accepted by most scholars.
The prevailing modern view is that Herodotus generally did a remarkable job in his Historia, but that some of his specific details ( particularly troop numbers and dates ) should be viewed with skepticism.
Much of the early development of purification methods is described by Pliny the Elder in his Naturalis Historia.
The often-unreliable Historia Augusta states that he served in Gaul, but this account is not corroborated by other sources and is ignored by modern historians of the period.
One of the earliest encyclopedic works to have survived to modern times is the Naturalis Historia of Pliny the Elder, a Roman statesman living in the 1st century AD.
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Pliny the Elder devotes considerable space in his book Naturalis Historia to the bee and honey, and its many uses.
In chapter 10 of book 6 of Historia Regum Britanniae, Geoffrey records that three brigandines ( or long galleys ) full of armed men commanded by two brothers, Hengist and Horsa, arrived in Britain.
In chapter 1 of book 8 of Historia Regum Britanniae, Merlin prophecies to Vortigern ( who fled to Cambria during the Saxon onslaught ) that Hengist will be killed and that Uther Pendragon will be crowned.
Later a numbering system based on the star's right ascension was invented and added to John Flamsteed's star catalogue in his book " Historia coelestis Britannica " ( the 1712 edition ), whereby this numbering system came to be called Flamsteed designation or Flamsteed numbering.
In 2011, to coincide with the 25th Anniversary of the series, an art book was published exclusively in Japan under the name Hyrule Historia by Shogakukan.
* Translation of the Historia Nova ( published in 1814 ), book 1, book 2, book 3, book 4, book 5, book 6
The most eloquent passage in the Historia is the closing chapter of book VI, in which Chilperic's character is summed up unsympathetically through the use of an invective.
In or around 1714, Ximénez incorporated the Spanish content in book one, chapters 2-21 of his Historia de la provincia de San Vicente de Chiapa y Guatemala de la orden de predicadores.
* The Greek historian Diodorus Siculus wrote Bibliotheca Historia in forty books ; of which book seventeen covers the life and conquests of Alexander.
( Biblioteca Sonorense de Geografía e Historia ) This is the second printing of this book, which was originally published in 1900.
In 1975 he published his book “ El Mandato de la Historia y las Exigencias del Porvenir ” (“ The Mandate of History and Demands of the Future “), and in 1977 his quintiessential book “ América Latina: Opción y Esperanza ” (“ Latin America: Option and Hope ”) which has been translated into several languages.
King Arthur's encounter with the giant of St Michael's Mount-or Mont Saint Michel in Brittany-was related by Geoffrey of Monmouth in Historia Regum Britanniae in 1136, and published by Sir Thomas Malory in 1485 in the fifth chapter of the fifth book of Le Morte d ' Arthur: Then came to Arthur an husbandman ... and told him how there was ... a great giant which had slain, murdered and devoured much people of the country ... journeyed to the Mount, discovered the giant roasting dead children, ... and hailed him, saying ... rise and dress thee, thou glutton, for this day shalt thou die of my hand.
Also shortly known as the Historia de vita et gestis Scanderbegi Epirotarum principis, the book is the biography of the Albanian national hero Skanderbeg.