Probably the Most Beautiful of the Earliest Surviving Scientific Codices Circa 512

Probably the Most Beautiful of the Earliest Surviving Scientific Codices Circa 512

John Tradescant (~1570-1632)

John Tradescant (~1570-1632)

≡ Bookplate Estate ≡ vintage ex libris labels︱artful book plates -

≡ Bookplate Estate ≡ vintage ex libris labels︱artful book plates -

botanical medieval drawings fig - Google Search

botanical medieval drawings fig - Google Search

Medieval cookbook unicorn recipe, uncredited

Medieval cookbook unicorn recipe, uncredited

The branches of the vena porta, as are distributed in the liver. First published under the title 'Anatomy of the humane body' in London in 1713 Dedicated to Dr. Richard Mead

The branches of the vena porta, as are distributed in the liver. First published under the title 'Anatomy of the humane body' in London in 1713 Dedicated to Dr. Richard Mead

“The Lady of the Lake” Page illustration by Alberto Sangorski from "Morte D’Arthur" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson

“The Lady of the Lake” Page illustration by Alberto Sangorski from "Morte D’Arthur" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson

Robert John Thornton,åÊPontic Rhododendron from the The Temple of Flora folio published in London between 1777 and 1807 as aåÊAquatint and mezzotint with stipple engravings and completed by hand.åÊOri

Robert John Thornton,åÊPontic Rhododendron from the The Temple of Flora folio published in London between 1777 and 1807 as aåÊAquatint and mezzotint with stipple engravings and completed by hand.åÊOri

Vintage Magazine Covers from Japan -

Vintage Magazine Covers from Japan -

Koriannon ê korion, Wiener Dioskurides, folio 155v, (copy of "De materia medica" by Pedanius Dioscorides), 512 n. Chr.

Koriannon ê korion, Wiener Dioskurides, folio 155v, (copy of "De materia medica" by Pedanius Dioscorides), 512 n. Chr.

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