6 edition of The Elder Pliny on the Human Animal found in the catalog.
May 13, 2005 by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
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For example. His nephew, Pliny the Younger, provided an account of his death, obtained from the survivors. Pliny was unmarried and was survived by his only sister. The main ore of mercury is cinnabarlong used as a pigment by painters.
Schenkeveld, Dirk M. Book Olive and other fruit trees A. Pliny's assignments are not clear, but he must have participated in the campaign against the Chatti of AD 50, at age 27, in his fourth year of service. The mixture is then heated in a lead pot, with about seven gallons of water to every fifty pounds and kept at a moderate temperature by a pipe connected to a furnace some distance away. Steiner, G.
For him, luxury 94decadence, and indolence offer negative foils to physical labor, primitive Italian simplicity, and Roman dynamic "can do" attitudes. The form is an elegy. The first book is a catalogue of sources, which is followed by two groups of eighteen books. Henderson, John. Pliny the Younger thus became the adopted son of Pliny the Elder after the latter's death.
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Paris, The examples given are its ability to be beaten into fine foil with just one ounce, producing leaves four inches square. He was presumably at home for the first official release of Natural History in Mary Beagon.
The mixture is then heated in a lead pot, with about seven gallons of water to every fifty pounds and kept at a moderate temperature by a pipe connected to a furnace some distance away.
InJacob Bigelow, M. London: Routledge, Pliny the Elder was descended from a prosperous family. Pliny's helmsman advised turning back, to which Pliny replied, " Fortune favours the brave ; steer to where Pomponianus is.
No actual post is discernible for this period. Book Water A. Bergmann, Bettina. He is thinking of practical applications. Spending most of his spare time studying, writing or investigating natural and geographic phenomena in the field, he wrote an encyclopedic work, Naturalis Historia, which became a model for all such works written subsequently.
Like Pliny, he had come from the equestrian class, rising through the ranks of the army and public offices and defeating the other contenders for the highest office. Work by those with scientific as well as philological expertise has resulted in improvements both to Pliny's text and to his reputation as a scientist.
Book 9: Marine animals A murex shell A. Translation with introduction and historical commentary. Pliny's work includes discussion of all known cultivated crops and vegetables, as well as herbs and remedies derived from them. Abstract Of the 37 books of Pliny's monumental natural history, book 7 is pivotal.
In AD 47, he took part in the Roman conquest of the Chauci and the construction of the canal between the rivers Maas and Rhine. Book Medicines obtained from man A. In 59 BC, only about 82 years before Pliny's birth, Julius Caesar founded Novum Comum reverting to Comum as a colonia to secure the region against the Alpine tribes, whom he had been unable to defeat.
A novel feature of the Natural History is the care taken by Pliny in naming his sources, more than of which are mentioned. Pliny's mention of a brother Domitian and joint offices with a father, calling that father "great", points certainly to Titus.
Yet even he is thought to have suffered the misfortune predicted by his unnatural birth, since he was plagued by lameness, had a miserable childhood, passed his adult life amidst strife and death and left a legacy of destruction since his progeny all brought misfortune on the world; in particular, the two Agrippinas, mother and daughter, who gave birth respectively to the emperors Gaius and Domitius Nero, both of them destructive firebrands of the human race.
Christian moralists censored it. The first book is a list of sources and authorities and includes a table of contents. Natural History Book 7. Best of all -- and happiest -- was Augustus The main merit of his account of ancient art, the only classical work of its kind, is that it is a compilation ultimately founded on the lost textbooks of Xenocrates and on the biographies of Duris and Antigonus.
The Thought of Pliny the Elder ; see S.The Natural History (Latin: Naturalis Historia) is a book about the whole of the natural world in Latin by Pliny the Elder, a Roman author and naval commander who died in 79 AD. It is one of the largest single works to have survived from the Roman Empire to the modern day and purports to Author: Pliny the Elder.
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book ix. the natural history of fishes.
book x. the natural history of birds. book xi. the various kinds of insects. book xii. the natural history of trees book xiii.
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Pliny the Elder [Gaius Plinius Secundus] Close Mary Beagon (ed.), Clarendon Ancient History Series: The Elder Pliny on the Human Animal: Natural History Book 7. Contents. Close section Front Matter DEDICATION; PREFACE; ABBREVIATIONS; A CHRONOLOGY OF PLINY'S LIFE AND TIMES; A NOTE ON WEIGHTS AND MEASURES IN HN7; INTRODUCTION: PLINY AND THE.
Delphi Complete Works of Pliny the Elder (Illustrated) (Delphi Ancient Classics Book 53) by Pliny the Elder out of 5 stars 3. Kindle Edition The Elder Pliny On The Human Animal: Natural History Book 7 (Clarendon Ancient History) (Book v): Natural History Book v. Links to translation of Pliny the Elder, 'Natural History' Pliny the Elder, who died during the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 A.D., wrote a long account in 37 books of everything that the Romans knew about the world around them - in the words of his nephew Pliny the Younger, "a comprehensive and learned work, covering as wide a field as Nature.