Published: (); Libri de piscibus marinis: in quibus veræ piscium effigies expressæ sunt: quæ in De historia piscium and Icthyographia / Francis Willughby. De historia piscium libri quatuor: jussu & sumptibus Societatis Regiae Londinensis editi.: In quibus non tantum De piscibus in genere agitur. While the Horrible Histories writers derive much amusement from the financial failure of the Historia Piscium, and its knock-on effect on Newton.
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Wren, Christopher, Sir,sponsor https: Sumptibus Societatis Regalis Londinensis. Title page and illustrations were published in London; text was printed in Oxford. Francisci Willoughby Icthyographia Alternative: This edition, which has the original title page and not pisciu cancel, but has the index may represent an imperfect copy of the Royal Society’s reissue English short title catalogue no.
The following other wikis use this file: Additional engraved title by Paul van Somer, of engraved plates by [Richard] Huntseveral with pasted-on identification slips, 4 engraved headpieces incorporating the arms of pisdium Royal Society opening each book, engraved Sheldonian device on title, metalcut ornamental initials.
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Londinensis, concilium, et socios ejusdem. De historia piscium libri quatuor Alternative: Includes errata leaf and indexes. Willughby, Francis,author Ashmole, Elias,sponsor Boyle, Robert,sponsor Davis, Charles,printer Evelyn, John,sponsor Mortimer, Cromwell,Index piscium in Ichthyographia Willughbeiana Nieuhof, Johannes,Appendix ad Historiam naturalem piscium Pepys, Samuel,dedicatee Pepys, Samuel,sponsor Ray, John,editor, writer of introduction Somer, Paul van,engraver Woodward, Thomas, ?
Flemish painter, court painter and miniaturist. Many fish names in Dutch. AmsterdamLeidenBrusselsLondon From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. This page was last edited on 11 Aprilat De historia piscium libri quatuor: Willughby, Francis,author https: Nor a copy of the made up by an individual owner as the index became available. Title page and illustrations were published in London; text was. De historia piscium By Willughby, Francis,author Ashmole, Elias,sponsor Boyle, Robert,sponsor Davis, Charles,printer Evelyn, John,sponsor Mortimer, Cromwell,Index piscium in Ichthyographia Willughbeiana Nieuhof, Johannes,Appendix ad Historiam naturalem piscium Pepys, Samuel,dedicatee Pepys, Samuel,sponsor Ray, John,editor, writer of introduction Somer, Paul van,engraver Woodward, Thomas, ?
9 Historia Piscium (1686) and Its Sources
Early worksEarly picium toFishesPictorial works. See English short title catalogue no. This copy retains the original title, more usually replaced by one dated A full re-issue was published by the Royal Society inwith cancel title page.
De historia piscium By Willughby, Francis,author https: The BHL knows of no copyright restrictions on this item. London 30 April The following page uses this file: The plates exist in several states: De historia piscium libri quatuor:. Lacking plate N2, little dust-soiling at top edge, one plate with paper flaw in blank area, some light marginal spotting.
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Pisces Indiae orientalis a Joanne Nieuhofs descripti”; “Annotationes in tabulae” and “Errata typographica” on recto of unpaged leaf following; “Index”. Historia piscium libri quatuor. De historia piscium libri quatuor.
Wood, Vertebrate zoology, page As issued in ? Title Francisci Willughbeii Armig. Each plate has an engraved credit line dedicated to the patron who paid for production, including Samuel Pepys, Christopher Wren, Robert Boyle, John Evelyn, Elias Ashmole, and many others. The Society’s President, Samuel Pepys, underwrote 79 of the engraved plates, and other members sponsored the remaining plates.