The specialist will gain insight into the process by which Europeans wrote about flora, and the antecedents of geology and natural history
. This book might be used in a graduate seminar on, for example, the intellectual history of early modern Europe.
Carolus Clusius, in the Dutch Republic, described exotic animals on the basis of reports and specimens brought to him: though recognizing the limits of this approach, he still thought it added something to natural history
. And the Jesuit Gaspar Schott suggested in 1662 a distinction "between autopsia on the part of the author as a warrant for truth and autopsia on the part of the reader as a mind-narrowing demand for veracity" (179).
British Museum (Natural History
), London, and the Mineralogical Record, 152 p.
* The American Museum of Natural History
in New York (AMNH) began hiring staff artists in 1885.
He helped create the gold exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History
and studies earth and planetary sciences at the museum.
Poor attendance figures threatened the future of the Coleshill Natural History
Society, with members fearing it was no longer viable to continue.
Rosenfeld and Kay performed a meta-analysis of 63 articles to determine the natural history
of untreated AOM and otitis media with effusion (OME).
Also in Brewster is the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History
, which has three trails through uplands, salt marshes and beech groves.
"I'm a pop artist using natural history
as my iconography," Alexis Rockman has said of himself (1).
THE remains of the whale who died in the River Thames will be given to the Natural History
The directory lists almost 470 events planned so far for the forthcoming months and also provides contact details for more than 60 local natural history
groups to join, along with local courses.
Soaring ceilings, a hushed interior, and light streaming through stained glass make the Natural History
Museum a sanctuary in London's bustling South Kensington area.