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Italian school, Herbal manuscript, c. Hortus Sanitatis, Paris, c. William Turner, A New Herball, 9. Carolus Clusius, Rariorum aliquot stirpium, l 5 Castore Durante, Herbario Nuovo, l 58 5 Joachim Camerarius the Younger, Hortus medicus et philosophicus, Johannes Harder, Historia stirpium manuscript , c. An oak twig tail-piece, volume I, page I4 7. Plant secretions: balsam, extracted into two small bottles, folio r. Oak tree OJ! Sunflower Helianthus annuus , volume I, page 5I.

Various parts of Tradescantia virginiana, 'Ephemerum virginiana,' fol. I Binding Five small trees: apple, pear, hazel, cherry, and one in center unidentified, folio I 94 v Crocus sp. An herbal, circa Viper's bugloss Echium vulgare , folio 65 r Flowers of Viola sp. Paris edition, colophon, volume r r, B 8 v Paris edition, title-page, volume I I Paris edition, verso of title-page, skeleton with the bone names in Latin, volume I I Paris edition, Basil Ocimum basilicum growing in a pot, volume I, f 3 v Venice edition, fore-edge painting by Titian's nephew, Cesare Vecellio, of a Numidian crane, roses with stem and foliage, and a lion Venice edition, two woodcuts: 'Capitulum.

De historia stirpium, Portrait of Fuchs handling a species of Veronica, verso of title-page. Woodblock: Sea lavender Limonium sp. A New Herball, Yellow Star of Bethlehem, a species of field Gagea, page 97 'Autumn crocus,' Wild saffron Colchicum autumnale , left, in flower and right, with fruit, page Rariorum aliquot stirpium, Title-page European common twayblade Listera ovata and the Bird's nest orchid Neottia nidus-avis , page Phytobasanos, Two Primeroses Primula acaulis and Primula officinalis , page 21 A member of the Umbelliferae family, possibly a species of Pimpinella or of Oenanthe, page The Herball, or Generall Historie of Plantes, Aliquot notce in Garcice, Tobacco Nicotiana rustica , folio 34 A member of the family Armadillo Dasypodidae , folio Dell'Historia dei Semplici Aromati, Cashew Anacardium occidentale , page Sassafras possibly Sassafras albidum , page L'Histoire des Plantes, Title-page L'Histoire des Plantes, Fruit of the 'Sang de Dragon' Calamus.

Frontispiece and title-page, Camellia thea. Binding of silk brocade boards. Two leaves from the Chinese dictionary of various plants, insects, and fowl, 42 verso and 43 recto.

Venus's-flytrap Dionaea muscipula XlV. Napoleona imperialis, a cauliflory, showing the blue flowers on the limbs. Common mullein Verbascum thapsus , page Mandrake Mandragora officinarum Silver thistle Carlina acaulis , Carline thistle subsp.

Plate 74 Phytanthoza-iconographia, I Plantes, I, plate Stinging Nettle Urtica dioica , with two mosquitoes Culicidae , fol. Common Asparagus' Asparagus olficinalis , folio Plate 1.

Memoires pour servir al' Histoire des Plantes, I Plantarum, I Collectio Plantarum, Hortus Romanus, Materia Medica Vegetabile Toscana, 5. Title-page Toothwort LAthraea squamaria ; Pomegranate Punica granatum ; Pinus pinea; all showing resemblance to teeth, page Symbolorum et Emblematum, Man harvesting balsam resin Commiphora opobalsamum , vol.

I, page 38 Cluster of clover Trifolium sp. I, page 76 Crocus sp. I, page Histoire Admirable des Plantes et Herbes, Barnacle Goose Branta leucopsis hatching from a seashell and growing on a tree Lepas anatifera, Pelagic gooseneck barnacle, a Crustacean , page A Compleat History of Druggs, Of Leaves,' plate Histoire et Ugendes des Plantes, Man drinking water from the cut stem of the 'Arbre du voyageur' Ravenala madagascariensis , plate 26 Cityse commun OU false ebenier LAburnum anagyroides , plate 42 Harvesting of tea, plate I Historia stirpium, c.

Three species of violets Viola canina, V alba, V odorata and a species of felwort Gentianella sp. Double-page spread of nature prints: 1. Title-page Leaves of two not identified monocots and lpomoea quamoclit at the center, folio 29 Two specimens of Leontopodium alpinum, Geranium argenteum at the center, two specimens on each side of Antennaria dioica s. Ectypa Vegetabilium, Black salsify or Spanish salsify Scorzonera hispanica , plate 96 Common thorn apple Datura stramonium , plate rn8.

American Medical Family Herbal, cont. American Medical Botany, r. Medical Flora, From the beginning of early civilization to the present, herbs have played an extraordinary role.

Whether gathered for curing the sick from all walks of life, for cooking or seasoning of foods, or for aromatic and aesthetic purposes, herbs continue to be grown and studied to benefit our basic needs and wants.

An herb, as defined by Liberty Hyde Bailey in The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture, 'is a plant that dies to the ground each year, or at least that does not become woody.

It may be annual, as bean, pigweed; biennial, as mullein, parsnip; perennial, as dictamnus, rhubarb. During the warmer months, many herbs grow wild around our library, which is located in the Virginia Piedmont. Verbascum thapsus , a very majestic plant, has been used over time to treat earaches and help with asthma. It is also called the Candlestick Plant; when the stalk is dipped in suet it will burn like a candle. In the early spring, the fields here are covered with its bold yellow flowers.

An infusion of the root can cleanse the body of impurities and the flowers are used to make wine. Plantago major , a very pervasive plant, has been used to treat cuts and open wounds. The leaves act as an antibacterial agent that prevents infection. Phytolacca americana is a plant that has been used by Native Americans for centuries. This plant is edible in the early spring, but if not used or cooked correctly it can be very toxic.

The beautiful berries are also poisonous and can be used to make a purple dye. Today Poke Weed is being studied as a treatment in curing cancer. Achillea millefolium has been used for centuries to stop bleeding. It is presently used in the treatment of common colds, kidney disorders, and toothaches. Achillea comes from the mythical Greek character, Achilles, who carried this plant with his army as a treatment for battle wounds.

Watching these charming plants grow truly helps to bring our books, drawings, and manuscripts to life by blending the past with the present and future. It is also very interesting to see how many of the old-fashioned remedies that are mentioned in these early books and manuscripts are still in use today.

This diverse library of books and drawings is forever giving us hope and new ideas. Lucia's knowledge of herbs and herbals is extraordinary. It has been an incredible and fun journey.

I am very grateful for her help. My dear friend and librarian of twenty-eight years, Tony Willis, has worked with Lucia and he has kindly helped me with this foreword. Tony started working here in r and he has helped to build this Library's collection with great enthusiasm and spirit.


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