|The Appreciation of Ancient and Medieval Science during the Renaissance (1450-1600).|
|University of Pennsylvania Press, 1995|
Discusses the use of ancient authorities who were popular in the Middle Ages by 16th century humanist scholars, publishers, and encyclopedists (eg: William Turner, Guillaume Rondelet, Pierre Belon, Conrad Gesner). Lecture II covers the natural history of Aristotle, Theophrastes, Dioscorides and Pliny.
233 p., index, bibliography.
|LCCN: 54-11538; LC: Z7402.S25|