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*Tractatus de Herbis created between 1370-1380 in Italy is MS Masson 116 held at the Bibliotheque de l'Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris.
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Tractatus de Herbis created between 1370-1380 in Italy is MS Masson 116 held at the Bibliotheque de l'Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris.
*An Herbal, created in 1440 in Italy, and written in Latin, is Sloane MS 4016 held in the British Library, is classified by Baumann as a copy of a Tractatus de Herbis, and as one of the 'North Italian group' of Herbals.
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An Herbal, created in 1440 in Italy, and written in Latin, is Sloane MS 4016 held in the British Library, is classified by Baumann as a copy of a Tractatus de Herbis, and as one of the 'North Italian group' of Herbals.
  
  

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Tractatus de Herbis created between 1370-1380 in Italy is MS Masson 116 held at the Bibliotheque de l'Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris.

An Herbal, created in 1440 in Italy, and written in Latin, is Sloane MS 4016 held in the British Library, is classified by Baumann as a copy of a Tractatus de Herbis, and as one of the 'North Italian group' of Herbals.


Facsimiles Created:-

Facsimile of An Herbal or Sloane MS 4016

  • Year: 2016
  • ISBN-13: 9781530472673
  • Publisher: Palatino Press, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Volume Named: Medieval Herbal: A facsimile of a 15th century illustrated manuscript
  • Author(s): Palatino Press
  • Dimensions: 178mm x 254mm (not fullsize reproduction)

Facsimile of Libellus de re Herbaria 1538,and The Names of Herbes 1548 both by William Turner


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