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4. Alpini, Prosper : De plantis Aegypti liber. In quo non pauci qui circa hebrarum matzeriam… [.] Accesit etiam liber de Balsamo alias editus. First ed.

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„First edition of the earliest treatise on the native Egyptian flora, the author's most important scientific work. The Italian physician and botanist Alpini (1553-1617) spent three years in Egypt studying botany and hygiene as a companion to the Venetian Consul Giorgio Emi. He was "among the first of the Italian physician-botanists of the 16th century of examine plants outside the context of their therapeutic uses. Today this work is best known for containing the first European illustration of the coffee plant" (Hünersdorff). Alpini writes: "I saw in the garden of Halybey the Turk a tree [.] which is the source of those seeds, very common there, which are called Ban or Bon; from them everyone, Egyptians and Arabs alike, prepare a decoction which they drink instead of wine and which is sold in public bars just as is wine here and they call it 'Caova'. These seeds are imported from the Arabian peninsula [.]" (f. 26r, transl.). The coffee plant is pictured on f. 26v, captioned "Bon"/ From Antiquariat Inlibris Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
Contemporary parchment cover, the 3/4 pages amateur repaired, some page of brown spots, the last 20 pages (in the margin) water stained.
6.500 €
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kategória: 12 érdekes régiség >
kategória: Metszet > Botanika, Zoológia >
kategória: Régiség > Latin >
kategória: Könyv > Idegennyelvű könyvek >
kiadó: Venice, 1592. Francesco de Franceschi,
cikkszám / ISBN: 0044305
kötés: egyéb (lásd a leírásban)
oldalszám: [8]+80+[16] p. with 50 large woodcut plant illustrations (many page-sized).
könyv nyelve: latin
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