Botany Flowers Tab. 3 System of Botany Linnaeus Linnean Alex. Hogg 1788 Antique Print
Pl.38 Botany Flowers System of Botany c. 1788
Table III Linnean Linnaean System Orders of Flowers
Antique copper-plate engraving printed on Laid Paper from hand made flax & hemp paper.
Published "according to Act of Parliament" by Alexander Hogg. at the Kings Arms, No 16 Paternoster Row, London, c.1788 for an Encycyclopedia of Arts and Sciences
Carl Linnaeus (1707 –1778)
Linnaeus was a Swedish botanist, physician, and zoologist who laid the foundations for the modern biological naming scheme of binomial nomenclature. The establishment of universally accepted conventions for the naming of organisms was Linnaeus' main contribution to taxonomy—his work marks the starting point of consistent use of binomial nomenclature. During the 18th century expansion of natural history knowledge, Linnaeus also developed what became known as the Linnaean Taxonomy and one of the fathers of modern ecology.
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