Year/Century: 17th century
Description: Original calf binding, worn; three volumes; AQUISEXTIENSIS (...) INSTITUTIONES REI HERBARIAE by JOSEPH PITTON DE TOURNEFORT, France, Paris, 1700. Excellent interior design. Dimensions: 7.5 by 10" (25.5x20cm). Volume 1: text volume. Volume 2: with engraved plates no. 1-250. Volume 3: with engraved plates no. 251-476 (plates by C. AUBRIET). French botanist Joseph Pitton de Tournefort (1656–1708) is renowned for being the first to define the term "genus" for plants. His student and traveling companion is botanist Charles Plumier.
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