Tag Archives: Carl Linnaeus

Research of Isabelle Charmantier

My research is broadly centred on natural history in the early modern period, and more specifically on the ways in which natural history was researched and written. My PhD focused on a 1660 French manuscript of ornithology written by an … Continue reading

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Charlie Jarvis’ Research

I am based in the Department of Botany at the Natural History Museum in London, where much of my research has focussed on taxonomic botany, and the application of the 9,100 binomial plant names coined by the Swede, Carl Linnaeus … Continue reading

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Protected: The early western depiction of plants from China – James Cuninghame and the London circle

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