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Leonhard Rauwolf

Sixteenth-Century Physician, Botanist and Traveler (Harvard Monographs in the History of Science)

by Karl H. Dennenfeldt

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biography: general,
  • Travelers,
  • History: World,
  • History,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • Middle East,
  • Historical - General,
  • Scientists - General,
  • Middle East - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages348
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8790833M
    ISBN 101583483187
    ISBN 109781583483183
    OCLC/WorldCa123914446

    Aigentliche Beschreibung des Raiss inn die Morgenlander. Hardcover · Frankfurt am Main. by Rauwolf, Leonhard, ca. Frankfurt am Main: Institute for the History of Arabic-Islamic Science, Hardcover. Fine. p. plus some botanical illustrations. 24cm. No Jacket. The Islamic World in Foreign Travel Accounts (series), Volume


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Leonhard Rauwolf: Sixteenth-Century Physician, Botanist, and Traveler by DANNENFELDT, Karl Leonhard Rauwolf book. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at supportselschools.com It's not clear if Leonhard returned in or You can find sources for both on the Internet.

Also the publication of his journal is unclear. You find both and I've ordered a copy of the book about him, so perhaps that will give me the definitive text.

Review comments. Some suggestions for improvement as the article is expanded. Get this from a library. Leonhard Rauwolf: sixteenth-century physician, botanist, and traveler.

[Karl H Dannenfeldt]. Leonhard Rauwolf, a Bavarian physician after whom the genus of tropical plants Rauwolfia is named, was the first modern botanist to collect and describe the flora of the Near East.

His own account of his travels in the Levant from topublished inprovides a fascinating illustration of the difficulties and dangers of early Cited by: 7. Leonardi Rauwolffi Flora Orientalis, Sive Recensio Plantarum, Quas Ipse Annis - Et In Syria, Arabia, Mesopotamia, Babylonia, Assyria, Armia, Et Iudaea Crescentes Observavit.

[Leonhard Rauwolf, Johannes Fredericus Gronovius] on supportselschools.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before Leonhard Rauwolf book Leonhard Rauwolf. RAUWOLF, LEONHARD (b. Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany, 21 June d.

Waitzen [now Vac]. Hungary, 15 September ) botany. Rauwolf’s father was probably of the merchant class in industrial Augsburg.

The family was Lutheran and on 6 November“Leonhardus Rauwolil” matriculated at the University of Wittenberg. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

Leonhard Rauwolf was the first modern botanist to collect and describe the flora of the Near East. His own account of his travels in the Levant from to provides a fascinating illustration of early scientific field trips. Leonhard Rauwolf Sixteenth-Century Physician, Botanist, and Traveler.

Series:Harvard Monographs in the History of Science. See all formats and pricing eBook (PDF) Book Book Series. Previous chapter.

Next chapter. FOREWORD. $ / 30,00 € / £ Get Access to Full Text. Citation Information. Leonhard Rauwolff (also spelled Leonhart Rauwolf) (21 Jun – 15 Sep ) was a German physician, botanist, and supportselschools.com main notability arises from a trip he made through the Levant and Mesopotamia in The motive of the trip was to search for herbal medicine supplies.

Leonhard Rauwolf Sixteenth-Century Physician, Botanist, and Traveler by Dannenfeldt, Karl H Condition: Very Good in Very Good dust jacketBook Edition: First.

Leonhard Rauwolf: sixteenth-century physician, botanist, and traveler Leonhard Rauwolf: sixteenth-century physician, botanist, and traveler by Dannenfeldt, Karl Henry. Publication date Topics Rauwolf, Leonhard -- Biography Publisher Cambridge (Mass.) London: Harvard U.P Distributed by Oxford U.P CollectionPages: The German doctor and botanist Leonhard Rauwolf (–) was the first post-medieval European to travel to the Levant and Mesopotamia.

The travel account that he published on his hazardous. Leonhard Rauwolf Sixteenth-Century Physician, Botanist, and Traveler. Series:Harvard Monographs in the History of Science. See all formats and pricing eBook (PDF) Reprint Book Book Series. Previous chapter. Next chapter.

CONTENTS. Free Access. Download PDF. Citation Information. 2 volumes, ex-library copies (with numbers/bookplates). These were issued as paperbacks, but have been placed into "Gaylord pamphlet binders, " by the Louisville Library.

Rauwolf, Leonhard: Leonhard, German botanist, rauwolfia serpentina - the dried roots of a tropical shrub whose extracts are used as hypotensive drugs and sedatives.

– The book Rauwolf’s Travels by German physician Leonhard Rauwolf is the first European mention of coffee and the first print reference about coffee. Referred to as chaube, Rauwolf noted coffee’s presence in Ottoman Aleppo. Soon after this numerous other traveling Europeans would bring back news of this interesting coffee beverage.

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Sep 24,  · In the last post, I mentioned that the botanist John Ray had edited a translation into English of Leonhard Rauwolf’s journal of his trip to the Near East in Ray’s work includes excerpts from the writings of other travelers to the area, some of whom focused on plants, while others were more interested in antiquities and geography.

Media in category "Leonhard Rauwolf" The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 supportselschools.comy of citizenship: Germany. AD, Leonhard Rauwolf. Leonhard Rauwolf lived between and AD.

He was a German traveler who studied and documented medicine, botany, and culture in the land East of the Mediterranean Sea. In a travel book titeld "Dr. Leonhart Rauwolf's Travels into the Eastern Countries," he mentioned seeing coffee.

Learn More. AD, Prosper Alpinus. Leonhard Rauwolf: sixteenth-century physician, botanist, and traveler / by Karl H.

Dannenfeldt. DS 47 D The pilgrim: the travels of Pietro Della Valle / translated, abridged and introduced by George Bull. It is noted that this catalogue did not make it into all copies of the book and regrettably the Library’s copy omits Ray’s important catalogue. Footnotes: [1] ‘Leonhard Rauwolf’, Wikipedia, 9 Januaryaccessed online 17 April Original Condition.

Calf binding with prior cloth repair to spine, front and rear covers, and pastedowns. Leonhard (Leonhart) Rauwolf (Rauwolff), (Augsburgo, 21 de junho de – Waitzen, Hungria, 15 de setembro de ) foi um médico, botânico e explorador alemão.

Rauwolff é a abreviatura padrão usada para indicar Leonhard Rauwolf como autoridade na descrição e classificação científica de Alma mater: Universidade de Halle-Wittenberg. A Journey into the (Un)known. Borderlands of Knowledge for Leonhard Rauwolf (?–) The Augsburg physician Leonhard Rauwolf is known to the history of Western sciences for “discovering.

Leonhard, Rudolf Born Oct. 27,in Lissa, presentday Leszno, Poland; died Dec. 19,in Berlin. German writer (German Democratic Republic).

Leonhard was the son of a lawyer. In he published a book of expressionist verse, Barbed Lines. His play Vestibule of Hell () and his Sonnets About the Spartacists () testified to his sympathy. May 20,  · Leonhard Rauwolf, Aigentliche beschreibung der Raiss in die Morgenlaender () A native of Augsburg, Leonhard Rauwolf (Rauwolff) ( – ) was a German physician, botanist, and traveler.

In he undertook a lengthy voyage through the Levant and Mesopotamia in search of new herbal medicines. Leonharti Rauwolfen Aigentliche beschreibung der Raiß, so er vor diser zeit gegen Auffgang inn die Morgenländer, fürnemlich Syriam, Iudćam, Arabiam, Mesopotamiam, Babyloniam, Assyriam, Armeniam etc.

nicht ohne geringe mühe unnd grosse gefahr selbs volbracht. Sixteenth[century Physician, Botanist and Traveler. Harvard University Press, pages, clothbound, very good condition, in dust jacket.; Cloth, 8vo, very good.

Rauvolfia (sometimes spelled Rauwolfia) is a genus of evergreen trees and shrubs, commonly known as devil peppers, in the family supportselschools.com genus is named to honor Leonhard supportselschools.com genus can mainly be found in tropical regions of Africa, Asia, Latin America, and various oceanic supportselschools.com: Apocynaceae.

German botanist and Ottoman Lands traveller/merchant Leonhard Rauwolf viewed the sugar addiction of the sultan's armies in the same light modern observers viewed American forces in Viet Nam who became addicted to heroin.

(possibly –) and the herbarium of Leonhard Rauwolf (–). Bryophytes and lichens formed only a minority in each herbarium compared to the numbers of vascular plant specimens; numbers ranged from representatives of 21 genera in the herbarium of Ulisse Aldrovandi to the single genus Conocephalum in the Rauwolf supportselschools.com by: 3.

Sep 24,  · In the last post, I mentioned that the botanist John Ray had edited a translation into English of Leonhard Rauwolf’s journal of his trip to the Near East in Ray’s work includes excerpts from the writings of other travelers to the area, some of whom focused on plants, while others were more interested.

[Leonhard Rauwolf; a contribution to his biography]. [Article in German] RIEPPEL FW. PMID: [Indexed for MEDLINE] Publication Types: Biography; MeSH terms. History* Humans; Personal name as subject. Rauwolf LCited by: 4. Synonyms for Rauwolf, Leonhard in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Rauwolf, Leonhard.

1 synonym for Rauwolfia serpentina: snakewood. What are synonyms for Rauwolf, Leonhard. Jun 15,  · The new book Jews Welcome Coffee is a history of the introduction of coffee into Europe–first brought into Germany by botanist Leonhard Rauwolf in Author: Jewniverse.

Leonis Flaminii Itinerarium per Palaestinam Das ist, Eine mit vielen schönen Curiositaeten angefüllte Reiß-Beschreibung: Darinnen viel merckwürdige und seltzsame Begebenheiten, von deß Türckischen Keysers Stats Ration, seinen inhabenden Landschafften Wie dann auch Von deß gelobten heiligen Lands Zustand eingerichtet.

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Valerie Worwood's The 5/5. Karl H. Dannenfeldt is the author of The Renaissance ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Church of the Renaissance and Reformati 3/5(3). The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.Browse quotes by authors.

Letter: L [Page 11].A Journey into the (Un)known. Borderlands of Knowledge for Leonhard Rauwolf (?–) The Augsburg physician Leonhard Rauwolf is known to the history of Western sciences for “discovering” the exotic flora of the Near East.

This article deals with the social background of his studies in Germany and France and his perception of foreign lands, plants, and peoples. Before Rauwolf started Cited by: 1.