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oakapples:  A double-page spread from one of the two 11th-century Ps. Apuleius Herbals held at Oxford. They are copies of a 5th-century work known as the Herbarium Apuleii Platonici. This spread shows opium poppy, dropwort, poet’s daffodil, and felty germander.

St Augustine’s Abbey, Canterbury, century, c. Papaveris silvatici (Opium Poppy) and Ynantes (Dropwort). Narcissos (Narcissus poeticus) and Polion (Teucrium Polium).

Titre : Horae ad usum Romanum, dites Grandes Heures d'Anne de Bretagne Date d'édition : 1505-1510 Type : manuscrit Langue : Latin

Les Grandes Heures d'Anne de Bretagne, illuminated in Tours or perhaps Paris by Jean Bourdichon between 1503 and more than 300 pages have large borders illustrated with a careful depiction of, usually, a single species of plant.

On Plants - Grassi, Giovannino de', approximately 1340-1398 Grassi, Salomone de', active 1399-1400

"Historia Plantarum", Milan, Italie, text: Pedanius Dioscoride of Anazarbos AD), images: Giovannino et Salomone de' Grassi (ca.

Medieval Herbal Manuscripts

Months back, I posted this picture as future inspiration for myself. I love botanical prints and I have plenty of old windows lying around.

"Historia Plantarum", 1395/1400, Milan, Italie, text: Pedanius Dioscoride of Anazarbos (40-90 AD), images: Giovannino et Salomone de' Grassi (ca. 1350–1400)

"Historia Plantarum", Milan, Italie, text: Pedanius Dioscoride of Anazarbos AD), images: Giovannino et Salomone de' Grassi (ca.

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