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  • Botany flowers 1788 hogg 8 Original Antique Print

Botany Flowers System of Botany Tab. 8 Tournefort Genera of Plants 1788


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PL.43 Botany Flowers System of Botany Alexander Hogg 1788 

Table VIII Tournefort's System Genera of Plants General Characters of Flowers (Joseph Pitton de Tournefort )

Antique copper-plate engraving.

Published "according to Act of Parliament" by Alexander Hogg. at the Kings Arms, No 16 Paternoster Row, London, c.1788 for an Encyclopedia of Arts and Sciences

Joseph Pitton de Tournefort (1656-1708) 

Tournefort was the French Botanist noted to be the first to make a clear definition of the genus of plants. The word "herbarium" seems to have been invented by Tournefort.  His herbarium collection of 6,963 specimens was housed in Paris, in Jardin du Roi, now part of the Museum national d'histoire naturelle.

Page size 25 x 42.5cm (10 x 17 inch) / Platemark + 37 x 24cm (14.8 x 9.6 inch)

Condition= Excellent, complete copper plate impression on flax/hemp laid paper.

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