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library of wonders and curiosities found in nature and art, science and literature.
First published in London, 1822, under title: The book of curiosities; or, Wonders of the great world.
|LC Classifications||AG105 .P7 1884|
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|LC Control Number||17024769|
Cabinet of Curiosities, Collecting and Understanding the Wonders of the Natural World by Gordon Grice A fascinating resource for children and adults alike. Detailing common types of shells, stones, feathers, skulls, corals and more, this beautiful hardcover book is pages and filled with beautiful images and instruc. The whole exhibiting a view of literature and literary men in Great-Britain, for near half a century, during which he flourished. In two volumes. London: Printed by Henry Baldwin, for Charles Dilly, HBS $19,
: A library of wonders and curiosities found in nature and art, science and literature: John B. Alden, New York, XII/ S. mit zahlr. Illustr. This collection of weird and wonderful tales of monsters, mythical creatures and natural oddities is drawn from classical legends, Biblical tales and historical sources. The hugely popular Histoires Prodigieuses () was first written in French by Pierre .
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The present work not only embraces the Curiosities of human nature, but of Nature and Art in general, as well as Science and Literature. Surrounded with wonders, and lost in admiration, the inquisitive mind of man is ever anxious to know the hidden springs that put these wonders in motion; he eagerly inquires for some one to take him by the hand and explain to him the.
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Pasted to the endpaper is a disclaimer from a “Christian School” explaining that it does not endorse the contents “from the standpoint of morals, philosophy, theology, or scientificAuthor: I.
Platt. The Library abounds in fascinating tales of lost codices and found manuscripts, and the sometimes unscrupulous schemes by which people have conspired to obtain or amass valuable volumes.
New York Times I had been half expecting some sort of slide show, featuring gorgeous libraries of the world, but its not that kind of book/5(). Curiosities for the Ingenious: Selected From the Most Authentic Treasures of Nature, Science and Art, Biography, History, and General Literature (third edition; London: C.
Tilt, ) multiple formats at The Library: A Catalogue of Wonders is a fascinating and engaging exploration of libraries as places of beauty and wonder. It’s a celebration of books as objects and an account of the deeply personal nature of these hallowed spaces by one of Australia’s leading bibliophiles.
Stuart Kells is an author and book/5(21). • The book is an edited and illustrated version of the original one and includes 15 or more unique illustrations which are relevant to its content. • “The present work not only embraces the Curiosities of human nature, but of Nature and Art in general, as well as Science and Literature.
Curiosities and wonders -- Netherlands -- Early works to ; Curiosities and wonders -- Norway -- Early works to ; Filed under: Curiosities and wonders -- Early works to Britannia Baconica: or, The natural rarities of England, Scotland, & Wales.
According as they are to be found in every shire. Witchcraft: or, the Art of fortune-telling unveiled: From the low ambition of the celebrated Mary Pitcher, to the more elevated, but equally vague pretensions of the injudicious astrologer. Boston Printed by the author.
Obadiah Bull is said to have been an Irish lawyer who lived and practised in London during the reign of Henry last name is supposed to have been the origin of the term "That's a Bull", for nonsense or a blunder made by an Irishman. He was known to make absurd, half-nonsensical statements that contradicted themselves.
Encyclopaedic (The) Book of Wonders and Curiosities of Nature and Art, Science and Literature Platt, I. Published by Platt, I., Nassau Pub.,c, ().
Exactly the book for every young explorer who loves finding stuff in nature and bringing it home. Cabinet of Curiosities is a lavishly illustrated introduction to the wonders of natural history and the joys of being an amateur scientist and collector.
Nature writer Gordon Grice, who started his first cabinet of curiosities at age six when he found a skunks skull, explains/5. See sample pages at Wink.
The term "cabinet of curiosities" means different things to different people. For the author of this wonderful book for kids, it was a cigar box full of treasures that he. Save 84% off the newsstand price. Behind-the-scenes facilities at the Smithsonian can be more distant than you might imagine.
The National Museum of. The Book of Curiosities is an illustrated anonymous cosmography, compiled in Egypt during the first half of the 11th century. The only known copy of this manuscript, probably made in the late 12th or early 13th century, was acquired by the Bodleian Library in. Preface from the original site.
In Junethe Bodleian Library acquired an illustrated manuscript of a hitherto unknown Arabic cosmographical treatise, the يKitāb Gharāʾib al-funūn wa-mulaḥ al-ʿuyūn, known as the Book of manuscript is a copy, probably made in Egypt in the late 12th or early 13th century, of an anonymous work compiled in the first half of .The Library: A Catalogue of Wonders is a fascinating and engaging exploration of libraries as places of beauty and wonder.
It’s a celebration of books as objects and an account of the deeply personal nature of these hallowed spaces by one of Australia’s leading bibliophiles. Stuart Kells is an author and book/5(27).
The Art of Science's subtitle, "A Natural History of Ideas", suggests a narrative but this is, in fact, an anthology or commonplace book, with passages by scientists and a .