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Visualizing medieval medicine and natural history, 1200-1550

Author: Jean A Givens; Karen M Reeds; Alain Touwaide
Publisher: London Routledge. Taylor & Francis Group 2016
Series: AVISTA studies in the history of medieval technology, science, and art, 5
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jean A Givens; Karen M Reeds; Alain Touwaide
ISBN: 9781138270831 1138270830 9780754652960 0754652963
OCLC Number: 1050043854
Description: 278 p. ill.
Contents: Contents: Introduction, Jean A. Givens, Karen M. Reeds, Alain Touwaide; Image, word and medicine in the Middle Ages, Peter Murray Jones; Latin crusaders, Byzantine herbals, Alain Touwaide; The illuminated Tacuinum sanitatis manuscripts from northern Italy ca. 1380-1400: sources, patrons, and the creation of a new pictorial genre, Cathleen Hoeniger; Erudition on display: the 'scientific' illustrations in Pico della Mirandola's manuscript of Pliny the Elder's Natural History, Sarah Blake McHam; Reading and writing the illustrated Tractatus de herbis, 1280-1526, Jean A. Givens; Leonardo da Vinci's anatomical studies in Milan: a re-examination of sites and sources, Monica Azzolini; (Hu)moral exemplars: type and temperament in cinquecento painting, Piers D. Britton; Leonardo da Vinci and botanical illustration: nature prints, drawings, and woodcuts ca. 1500, Karen M. Reeds; The uses of realism in early modern illustrated botany, Claudia Swan; Index.
Series Title: AVISTA studies in the history of medieval technology, science, and art, 5
Responsibility: Jean A. Givens [edit.]; Karen M. Reeds [edit.]; Alain Touwaide [edit.].

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