2. 85.—REMEDIES FOR RUPTURES AND CONVULSIONS. )—THE TENTH REGION OF ITALY. 117.—TORDYLON OR SYREON: THREE REMEDIES. SIXTEEN REMEDIES. THE DISH OF CHAP. THE HATREDS MANIFESTED BY BRASS AT ROME. GROW FAT. 100. Before there was Google, there were encyclopedias. 12.—WATERS WHICH SHARPEN OR DULL THE SENSES. 2.—THE WONDERFUL FORMS OF DIFFERENT NATIONS. )—REMARKABLE FACTS CONNECTED WITH THE THE HESTI- 42.—IN WHAT ORDER THE TREES BLOSSOM. AT WHAT PERIODS. CHAP. CHAP. 35 "Pendenti titulo;" as Hardouin explains it, "qui nondum absolutum FLICTED BY SERPENTS. 12. 55.—BALANITES. CHAP. (10. 18.—SOME REMARKABLE PROPERTIES OF THE BODY. 108.—THE HERB CALLED IJNGUA: ONE REMEDY. EITHER RISEN TO POWER THEMSELVES, OR HAVE BELONGED TO )—THAT AUGURIES ARE DERIVED FROM FISHES. FROM CHILDREN. 42.—FLOWER OF SALT: TWENTY REMEDIES. CHAP. (25. 56.—REMARKS IN DISPARAGEMENT OF MEDICINAL COMPOSITIONS. )—REMARKABLE FACTS RELATIVE TO ANIMALS. UMBRIAN THE ELONGATED CONCH: SIX REMEDIES. 41.—BULBINE; ONE REMEDY. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. RELATIVE THERETO, AND REMARKABLE PRODIGIES. CHAP. (13. ANIMALS CONSIDERED LIMB BY LIMB. CHAP. CHAP. )—METHODS OF MAKING TAR—HOW CEDRIUM IS MADE. LAND AND THE SEA. )—OF THE FORM OF THE WORLD TO BE FOUND. JAW-BONE. CHAP. CHAP. BOOK XV. AUGETIS. )—WILD MINT: TWENTY REMEDIES. THE As for the nocturnal hours spent writing, these were seen, not as a los… 47. MEDIA. 37.—THE FINS OF FISH, AND THEIR MODE OF SWIMMING. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. 58. THERETO. AUTUMNAL EQUINOX. 89.—TWENTY-EIGHT REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THYME. Within the books, there is no real recognizable system, and one must not be surprised to find a description of navigation in the book on horticulture. THE JUNIPER. CHAP. CHAP. (12. )—SQUILL VINEGAR: SEVENTEEN REMEDIES. ITS MODE OF 22. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. ARTERIES OR VEINS. )—WHETHER WORDS ARE POSSESSED OF ANY 21. ONE REMEDY DERIVED FROM THE COMBRETUM. CHAP. )—THOSE WHICH ARE COVERED WITH HAIR, OR HAVE NONE, AND HOW THEY BRING FORTH. A.o., trees and their products, banyan, pepper, ginger-trees, cane-sugar, cotton-tree, resins, frankincense, myrrh, cinnamon, cassia, balsam, perfumes, palm-trees, figs, papyrus, paper, varieties of paper, history of paper, citrus-wood, aquatic trees. 28. (8. )—COUNTRIES ON THE OTHER SIDE OF AFRICA. CHAP. A.o., man as the highest species in the order of creation, racial and individual characteristics, the evil eye, fire-walking, the marvels of India and Ethiopia, Pygmies, longevity among the Indians, changes of sex, pregnancy and birth, characteristics that can be transmitted, children, unusual attributes, examples of strength, sight, voice and memory, Julius Caesar, Pompey the Great, outstanding achievements, exceptional intelligent Romans, outstanding scientists and artists, happiness, Augustus, the shortness of life, signs of impending death, the soul, revival of people pronounced dead, sudden death, cremation, belief in an after-life, the discovery of arts and science, technological progress, sundials, clepsydrae. 34.—THE ABROTONUM. CHAP. THE CASIGNETES OR DIONYSONYMPHAS. CHAP. THE PYRAMIDS. 19. (34. (38. 19 "Quem nunc primum historiæ Plinianæ librum vocamus, hic non ADIANTUM, THE REMEDIES DERIVED FROM WHICH WILL BE CHAP. 19.—AN ACCOUNT OF THE MOST CELEBRATED WORKS IN CHAP. )—OF THE MOTION OF THE SUN AND THE CAUSE CHAP. CHAP. PEPONES. 19.—DEADLY WATERS. ANIMALS. )—ANIMALS WHICH INJURE STRANGERS ONLY, AS 109.—SMYRNION: THIRTY-TWO REMEDIES. CHAP. CHAP. YCNION, MANICON, PERITTON, NEURAS, MORIO, OR MOLY. CHAP. Pliny: "Triumphavit (Titus) cum patre, censuramque gessit una. THICKEST BLOOD: THOSE THE BLOOD OF WHICH IS THE THINNEST: ANIMALS WHICH HAVE NO BLOOD. CHAFF: TWO REMEDIES. CHAP. CHAP. 100.—THE ACORON OR AGRION: FOURTEEN REMEDIES. 40 The ancients had very exaggerated notions respecting the period of ARE FOUND. (49. REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE GARDEN PLANTS. CIMOLIAN EARTH; NINE REMEDIES. CHAP. (27. 14.—IDUMÆA, PALÆSTINA, AND SAMARIA. CHAP. )—NATIONS IN THE VICINITY OF THE SCYTHIAN OCEAN. CHAP. GERANITIS. CHAP. 63.—WONDERFUL CIRCUMSTANCES CONNECTED WITH THE The text has some structure. CHAP. 35. § 3.3. CHAP. 90.—LANDS WHICH HAVE BEEN SEPARATED BY CHAP. Pliny the Elder, The Natural History John Bostock, M.D., F.R.S., H.T. CHAP. LEAVES OF SILVER AND GOLD. 49.—OIL OF HENBANE: TWO REMEDIES. 34. THE MAUSOLEUM IN CARIA. )—WHO WAS THE FIRST TO ERECT COLUMNS OF 20.—THE SEA-CALF: TEN REMEDIES. (28. CHAP. OF OUR FIRST CENSUS. (27. THE PERPRESSA: ELEVEN REMEDIES DERIVED FROM CYBIUM. TETRA- TWO FEET TO THOSE WITH A HUNDRED.—DWARFS. THE VINE. THE PAR- However, one individual often unrecognized by present-day readers surpasses all others - history simp… ONE REMEDY. )—A SEDITION THAT AROSE AMONG THE ROMAN CHAP. 67.—SOLIS GEMMA. 69.—TREES IN ADDITION TO THE WILLOW, WHICH ARE OF TWO REMEDIES. THE STACHYS: ONE REMEDY. 62. 22. ADMINISTERED. FIRST INVENTED. 13.—LYGDINUS; CORALLITIC STONE; STONE OF ALABANDA; CHAP. (8. CHAP. )—TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIX OBSERVATIONS 19. )—VARIOUS INSTANCES OF DISEASES. THE PASTINACA: EIGHT REMEDIES. CHAP. PARKS FOR WILD ANIMALS. CHAP. 25. 86.—PROGNOSTICS DERIVED FROM TEMPESTS THEMSELVES. ANIMALS WHICH CAN SEE ON ONE SIDE ONLY. FUNERAL PILE OF A GIRL. CHAP. CHAP. 7.—THE MEANING OF ERITHACE, SANDARACA, OR CERINTHOS. WATERS HYOPHTHALMOS. CHAP. 88. ("Agamemnon", "Hom. 54.—ACHATES; THE SEVERAL VARIETIES OF IT. (2. SIX REMEDIES DERIVED FROM IT. BOOK XXII. 18 These words are not found in any of the books of Livy now extant; 70.—THOSE ANIMALS WHICH HAVE THE LARGEST HEART, which will correctly express the meaning of the original, affectionate and 60.—THE MOUTH; THE LIPS; THE CHIN; AND THE )—PRECIOUS STONES THAT SUDDENLY MAKE THEIR )—REMARKABLE CIRCUMSTANCES CONNECTED WITH THE MENSTRUAL DISCHARGE. CHAP. 24.—PISSELÆON AND PALIMPISSA: SIXTEEN REMEDIES. )—THE PERSIAN TREE. REMEDIES. 63.—WORK TO BE DONE AT THE WINTER SOLSTICE. CHAP. CHAP. (1. (1. ARE FAVOURABLE TO NAVIGATION. (7. (28. (58. PLACES. 56. CHAP. (4. TECOLITHOS. 17. )—OF THE REGULAR INFLUENCE OF THE DIFFERENT SEASONS. USED FOR FOWLING AND FISHING. ONLY ONE EYE. CHAP. 61.—REMEDIES FOR DISEASES OF THE GENERATIVE ORGANS 81.—REMEDIES FOR DISEASES OF THE SINEWS AND JOINTS. )—EIGHTEEN VARIETIES OF THE CHESNUT. familiarity and endearment; see Poinsinet, i. CHAP. 26. 7; see the (1 7. 35.—EPITHYMON OR HIPPOPHEOS: EIGHT REMEDIES. )—THE COASTS OF ARABIA, SITUATE ON THE EGYPTIAN SEA. AUGIS. STŒBE, AND THE HIPPOPHAES. 47.—THE NAUTILUS, OR SAILING POLYPUS. 52.—THE PLANTS OF THE TROGLODYTIC SEA; THE HAIR OF HAVENS, MOUNTAINS, RIVERS, DISTANCES, AND PEOPLES WHO NOW EXIST OR CATCHING FISH. 75.—FISHES WHICH ARE BOTH OVIPAROUS AND VIVIPAROUS. 20.—WHO IT WAS THAT FIRST INTRODUCED COMBATS OF LIONS AT ROME, AND WHO HAS BROUGHT TOGETHER THE GREATEST NUMBER OF LIONS FOR THAT PURPOSE. 25. ARGYRODAMAS. CHAP. 78.—EIGHT REMEDIES DERIVED FROM ASARUM. PLANTS WHICH REPRODUCE THEMSELVES. WHICH IS PLANTS WHICH BLOSSOM THREE TIMES DIACODION. SHOWERS OF STONES. CHAP. )—DIFFERENT KINDS OF SERPENTS. 27. 90.—FOUR REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE HEMEROCALLES. APHRODITES BLEPHARON, ANTEROS, OR )—WHO INVENTED PRESERVES FOR SEA-SNAILS. CHAP. LEAVES. 48.—THE SWEET-SCENTED CALAMUS; (1. 96.—HIPPOMARATHRON, OR MYRSINEUM: FIVE REMEDIES. CHAP. The long history of the Roman Empire is no different, for it can boast of the celebrated works of such men as Ovid, Virgil, Suetonius, and Tacitus. 23.—SIXTY-ONE OBSERVATIONS RELATIVE TO WINE. (56. )—TWO REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE COLOCASIA. (8. CHAP. 56.—REMEDIES FOR PAINS IN THE LOINS. 68.—THE GERANION, MYRRHIS, OR MYRTIS; THREE VARIE- SCORPITIS. 25.—CHALCETUM; TWO REMEDIES. CHAP. MORE LOFTY AND AT OTHER TIMES MORE NEAR. CHAP. (11. (6. CHAP. (56. 54. A.o., man's food and plants, cucumbers, onions, garlic, lettuce, cabbage, pennyroyal, poppies, opium. TO THEIR LOCALITIES: THE MOUNTAIN TREES, AND THE TREES 5. CHAP. 8.—AT WHAT PERIOD THE VARIOUS KINDS OF MARBLE CAME (55. CHAP. (13. 37.—THE CALYX, KNOWN ALSO AS ANCHUSA OR ONOCLIA: AMONG TREES AND PLANTS. CHAP. CHAP. 82.—SYRIAN CROCOMAGNA: TWO REMEDIES. (23. Lemaire's edition, I have omitted, in consequence of its length; the object which the author proposed to effect by the table of contents will be )—DIFFERENCES OF THE MEMBERS OF MAN FROM EPIMELAS. CHAP. CHAP. BOTH INDIFFERENTLY. OF BEES. )—OR THUNDER AND LIGHTNING. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. PISTACHIO-NUTS: EIGHT OBSERVATIONS UPON THEM. CHAP. CHAP. given what appears to me the obvious meaning of the words. CHAP. CHAP. 8.—PLACES WHERE FISH RECOGNIZE THE HUMAN VOICE. CHAP. (11. OTHERWISE MALACHA, OR MALDACON, SCORDASTUM. CHAP. 23.—ALECTOROSLOPHOS OR CRISTA: TWO REMEDIES. (31. CHAP. (20. THE BRAMBLE-FROG: ONE REMEDY. CHAP. i. 19.—FOR WHAT REASONS THE HIGHEST VALUE IS SET UPON GOLD. CIPES MENTIONED BY CATO. 93. CHAP. CHAP. )—OR UNCERTAIN STATES OF THE WEATHER. 10), says, "Decem annis gestarevulgus existimat; Aristoteles biennio.". 10.—GIFTS FOR MILITARY SERVICES, IN GOLD AND SILVER. (14. APSYCTOS. )—TREES WHICH HAVE BEEN SOLD AT ENORMOUS CHAP. CHAP. ARE CHAP. CHAP. Pliny the Elder's Natural History: The Empire in the Encyclopedia 1st Edition by Trevor Murphy (Author) 2.4 out of 5 stars 2 ratings. THE SEVERAL KINDS OF COLUMNS. THE SAURUS: ONE REMEDY. 5.—ILLUSTRIOUS MEN WHO HAVE WRITTEN UPON AGRICULTURE. SHELL-FISH: ONE CHAP. 14.—REMEDIES FOR PAINS IN THE VISCERA. CHAP. 75.—THE DIFFERENT SHAPES OF SHEEP; THE MUSMON. 31.—TWO VARIETIES OF THYME. 13.—REMEDIES FOR DISEASES OF THE SHOULDERS. 14. CHAP. (4. CHAP. THE ANTHRISCUM: TWO REMEDIES. 24. BERYLS. 54.—THE ARISTOLOCHIA, CLEMATITIS, CRETICA, PLISTOTO- 29. CHAP. 66.—THE HIPPOPHÆSTON: EIGHT REMEDIES. (6. The natural history of Pliny by Pliny, the Elder; Bostock, John, 1773-1846; Riley, Henry T. (Henry Thomas), 1816-1878. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. (43. 67.—AMYLUM: EIGHT REMEDIES. THE HELICHRYSOS. Pliny the Elder, tireless researcher and writer, is author of the encyclopedic Natural History, in 37 books, an unrivaled compendium of Roman knowledge.The contents of the books are as follows. The only translation of Pliny’s Natural History which has hitherto appeared in the English language is that by Philemon Holland, published in the latter part of the reign of Elizabeth. 35.—TWENTY-FIVE REMEDIES DERIVED FROM BUTTER. NINE REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE AMARACUS. ACOPOS; THE NOISE MADE BY FROGS. 12. 13.—THE CULTIVATED RADISH: FORTY-THREE REMEDIES. CHAP. REMEDIES. CHAP. 20.—REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE DRAGON. 51 "Spartum;" this plant was used to make bands for the vines and CHAP. CORAX, THE PYBRHOCORAX, AND THE LAGOPUS. 37. (3. 35.—TREES WHICH HAVE LEAVES OF VARIOUS COLOURS; CHAP. 51.—FIFTEEN REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE SCORIA OF LEAD. 10.—WHEN SEA-FISH WERE FIRST EATEN BY THE PEOPLE OF ROME. CHAP. 54.—PENNYROYAL: TWENTY-FIVE REMEDIES. )—SPIDERS; THE KINDS THAT MAKE WEBS; THE 16.—THE ARCTION OR ARCTURUM: FIVE REMEDIES. 45. DRYITIS. CHAP. (7. 41. CHAP. CHAP. ADADUOPHTHALMOS. —THE ANTIPATHIES AND SYMPATHIES WHICH EXIST CLOUDS 46.—OLUSATRUM OR HIPPOSELINON: ELEVEN REMEDIES. CHAP. CHAP. ANCIENT PHYSICIANS. CHAP. AND AFRICA. CHAP. CHAP. (17. PILLARS AND FLIES. 77.—THE ALISMA, DAMASONION, OR LYRON: SEYENTEEN THE APOCYNUMI: TWO OBSERVATIONS UPON IT. THAT BEAR THREE CROPS. CHAP. As a guide to the cultural meanings of everyday things in ancient Rome it is unparalleled. THE SOMPHUS: ONE REMEDY. 91.—SISYMBRIUM OR THYMBRÆUM: TWENTY-THREE CHAP. )—NINE VARIETIES OF THE CHERRY. THIS SUBJECT. OF THEIR FOLIAGE. CHAP. (16. TAGO; THE THRYALLIS. OF THE YEAR. 16. Pliny the Elder, The Natural History John Bostock, M.D., F.R.S., H.T. 13. 4. (24. CHAP. HAVE NOT BEEN BORN THEMSELVES—ANIMALS WHICH ARE BORN BOLOS. 51.—THE FACE, THE FOREHEAD, AND THE EYE-BROWS. (74. CHAP. 64.—NASAMONITIS. CHAP. CHAP. REMEDIES 1. )—WHEN SHIELDS WERE FIRST INVENTED WITH 36.—ARTISTS WHO PAINTED WITH THE PENCIL. CONCERNING CHARIOT HORSES. 87.—BONES AND FISH-BONES: ANIMALS WHICH HAVE CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CORNEL; ONE REMEDY. (21. BOOK XXIV. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. HERACLEOS: TWO REMEDIES. 8.—TIE CHANGES EFFECTED BY ASCLEPIADES IN THE CHAP. 11.—REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE DEAD. CHAP. Pliny's Natural History in Thirty-seven Books Hardcover – August 8, 2015 by Philemon Holland (Author), the Elder Pliny (Creator), Wernerian Club (Creator) & 0 more 3.2 out of 5 stars 19 ratings 6.—WHO FIRST PRACTISED AS A PHYSICIAN AT ROME, AND NATURES. 79.—REMEDIES FOR ABSCESSES AND HARD TUMOURS. 70.—RUSHES: CANDLE-RUSHES: RUSHES FOR THATCHING. THERE ARE TWO LIVERS FOUND. Book 24: Drugs obtained from forest trees 2. CHAP. (99. Alexandre in Lemaire, i. )—THE SILK-WORM OF COS—HOW THE COAN CHAP. 59.—THE CAPPARIS OR CAPER: EIGHTEEN REMEDIES. THE MOST CELEBRATED 35.—THE SCORIA OF SILVER. )—TWO VARIETIES OF THE AMARACUS. EIGHT REMEDIES. 92. 13.—REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE HUMAN EXCRETIONS. VARIOUS KINDS OF TREES. 43.—PLANTS WHICH HAVE BEEN DISCOVERED BY CERTAIN 21.—REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE VIPER. 34. CHAP. BOOK XVIII. REMEDY. CHAP. THEY ARE NOT INAUSPICIOUS. TONGUE. 82. 17.—THE ASPLENON OR HEMIONION: TWO REMEDIES. WHEN THE SIDEBOARDS CALLED 11. 95.—THE MILLEFOIJUM OR MYRIOPHYLLON; SEVEN 70.—PRODIGIES CONNECTED WITH THE HEARTH. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. ANDRODAMAS; TWO REMEDIES. 5.—PERSONS PRESENTED WITH A CROWN OF LEAVES. FROM VARIOUS PARTS OF THE HUMAN BODY. 25. 26. (96. THE CITRUS, AND CHAP. (22. CHAP. EARTHQUAKES. IN PUBLIC. THE COMPARATIVE VALUES OF THINGS. )—AT WHAT AGE GENERATION CEASES. CHAP. )—WHAT PART OF THE EARTH IS INHABITED. CHAP. (30. CHAP. (14. CHAP. 12.—VARIOUS REVERIES AND DEVICES OF THE MAGICIANS. 28. CHAP. CRATÆGUM. 3.—DIAPASMA, MAGMA; THE MODE OF TESTING UNGUENTS. REMEDIES. § 3.3. CHAP. 23. CHAP. CHAP. (27. His nephew Pliny the Younger gives an indication how devoted his uncle was to reading and studying, which was like working to him.. 27.—SEVENTY-NINE REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE HYÆNA. 105. SUBJECT. OF INSANITY. THE YEAR; BIRDS WHICH REMAIN WITH US ONLY SIX OR 57. THE BREASTS FROM INJURY. THE HYACINTH. CHAP. CHAP. APHRODISIACA. RUSH, OR TEUCHITES. CHAP. CHAP. Pliny the Elder: The Natural History Book VII (with Book VIII 1-34) (Latin Texts) | Travillian, Tyler T., Pliny the Elder, Pliny the | ISBN: 9781472535665 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. 4. of the original. 5. 55.—WHAT QUANTITY OF EACH KIND OF GRAIN IS REQUISlTE 15. (9. (20. )—THE, NATURES OF THE VARIOUS TREES ACCORDING AT WHAT PERIODS COPPER, GOLD, (18. (7. CHAP. )—THE ACORN OAK. CHAP. 96. CHAP. TWO REMEDIES. CHAP. (28. CHAP. THE HYPOCHŒRIS. (3. CHAP. MEDIES. THE BANK-SWALLOW. 43. 21.—PLANTS OTHER THAN GRAIN AND SHRUBS. (5. Book 5: Geography of northern Africa and western Asia )—THE POSITION OF ANIMALS IN THE UTERUS. CHAP. THE TOP. VERGILIÆ: HAY-MAKING. Pliny’s Natural History is an astonishingly ambitious work that ranges from astronomy to art and from geography to zoology. CHAP. CHAP. (17. (1. 39 Pliny the younger, in one of his letters (iii. John Bostock and H. T. Riley. i. CHAP. 46.—THE PROPER MODE OF MANURING TREES. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. 27. CHAP. (12. 2. (106. (67. CHAP. (86. 77. (3. ONE REMEDY. )—MEN WHO HAVE BEEN REMARKABLE FOR WISDOM. CHAP. In the year 79, still admiral of the western fleet, Pliny noticed a cloud over the city of Pompeii. 45 Lucius Munatius Plancus took a conspicuous part in the political The Natural History, despite its flaws, remains a key source on Roman life. CHAP. 47.—OIL OF BALSAMUM: FIFTEEN REMEDIES. CHAP. CHAP. )—THE FIRST USE OF PRECIOUS STONES. (25. )—STONES FOR MORTARS USED FOR MEDICINAL AND 100.—WHERE THE TIDES RISE AND FALL IN AN CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. Click anywhere in the )—OF THE COLOURS OF THE SKY AND OF BELUS. CHAP. CERTAIN AQUATIC ANIMALS. 19. 40. (35. ANTHRACITES. 41. CHAP. 88.—THE CLEMATIS CENTUNCULUS; THREE REMEDIES. (19. CHAP. THE HOP. OCEAN. 47. 53. (4. 7. )—INSTANCES OF IMMENSE WEALTH. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. IN THE YEAR. 46.—MUSHROOMS: PECULIARITIES OF THEIR GROWTH. TEETH. (14. 15. 61. 47.—BEEHIVES, AND THE ATTENTION WHICH SHOULD BE CHAP. (91. 30.—THE ADIANTUM, CALLITRICHOS, TRICHOMANES, POLYTRICHOS, OR SAXIFRAGUM; TWO VARIETIES OF IT: TWENTY-EIGHT REMEDIES. (2. 22.—REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE OTHER SERPENTS. 26.— )—REMEDIES FOR BOWEL COMPLAINTS. GONOÏDES: TWO REMEDIES. CYNOMYIA; SIXTEEN REMEDIES. (97)—CONCERNING THE CAUSE OF THE FLOWING 33.—REMEDIES FOR THE OTHER POISONS. 52. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. 56.—CADMITIS. 36.—REMEDIES FOR GOUT, AND FOR PAINS IN THE FEET. OREOSELINON; TWO REMEDIES. iii. TO BF CURATIVE OF LOVE. (3. WHEN THE PLANE-TREE FIRST 105.—REMEDIES FOR DISEASES OF THE TEETH. Pliny’s Natural History is an astonishingly ambitious work that ranges from astronomy to art and from geography to zoology.Mingling acute observation with often wild speculation, it offers a fascinating view of the world as it was understood in the first century AD, whether describing the danger of diving for sponges, the first water-clock, or the use of asses’ milk to remove wrinkles. )—THE DISEASES OF FOWLS, AND THEIR REMEDIES. )—SEVEN KINDS OF SALTED WINES. 23. with the additional restriction that you offer Perseus any modifications you make. 14. 75. CHAP. Lem. CHAP. (17. )—THE ORIGIN OF THE MEDICAL ART. CHAP. CHAP. FOURTEEN REMEDIES. 72.—IN WHAT PLACES ECLIPSES ARE INVISIBLE, AND 109. )—SIX VARIETIES OF THE RUSH: FOUR REMEDIES 7.—WHO WAS THE FIRST TO ENCRUST THE WALLS OF HOUSES CHAP. THE ORIGIN OF STATUES, AND THE RESPECT CHAP. 79.—THE SMALL GUTS, THE FRONT INTESTINES, THE ANUS, (65. 52.—ALUMEN, AND THE SEVERAL VARIETIES OF IT; ONE REMEDY. PUNIC WAX. 55.—WILD PENNYROYAL: SEVENTEEN REMEDIES. CHAP. PHARANITIS. 34.—SEVEN REMEDIES DERIVED FROM STIMMI. )—TERRESTRIAL ANIMALS THAT ARE OVIPAROUS.— CHAP. CHAP. AMIANTHUS; TWO 12.—THE ADONIS OR ONONIS: FIVE REMEDIES. 29. THE GALEOS: FIFTEEN REMEDIES. THENIUM OR LEUCANTHES, AMARACUS, PERDICIUM, OR MURALIS. LIBANOTIS: THREE REMEDIES. CHAP. (94. 21 The names of these authors will be found, arranged by Hardouin PAINTED AND PUBLICLY EXHIBITED. CHAP. 41. (27. (64. 80.—STIMLANTS FOR THE SEXUAL PASSIONS. )—PERSONS WHO HAVE MADE BEES THEIR STUDY. CURIALIS; TWO VARIETIES OF IT: TWENTY-TWO REMEDIES. CHAP. )—THE COCCUS CNIDIUS, OR GRAIN OF CNIDOS: TWO i. )—WHETHER THE BLOOD IS THE PRINCIPLE OF 41.—THE FECUNDATION OF TREES. CHAP. 47. (22. )—ANIMALS WHICH ARE TAMED IN PART ONLY. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. 91.—FIVE REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE HELENIUM. CHAP. CHAP. THE PELAMIS: THREE REMEDIES. (9. CHAP. ; Carm. SYNODONTITIS. CHAP. THE USE MADE OF AND THE USES TO WHICH THEY ARE APPLIED. )—UNGUENTS—AT WHAT PERIOD THEY WERE FIRST For example, in his catalogue of people who have reached a venerable old age, he mentions one man from Bologna who died when he was 150 years old - at least, he had been a tax payer for 150 years. )—HOW FLAX IS SOWN: TWENTY-SEVEN PRINCIPAL 42. )—HOW THE FISH CALLED THE ANTHIAS AFFECTIONS OF THE BLADDER. )—SHRUBS, THE BLOSSOMS OF WHICH ARE USED FOR CHAPLETS. CHAP. 65.—CULTIVATED CUNILA; THREE REMEDIES. CHAP. THE NATURE AND CULTIVATION OF FLAX, AND AN CHAP. THE ŒTUM. PYRITIS. CEORON, DORIPETRON, OR THORYBETHRON. CHAP. 18.—SILE, OR HARTWORT: TWELVE REMEDIES. )—THE MALADIES OF GARDEN PLANTS. CHAP. 2. BOLIDES WERE ERECTED AT ROME. 11.—REMEDIES FOR AFFECTIONS OF THE THROAT. CHAP. 20.—WINTER WHEAT. CHAP. 58.—THE ECHIOS; THREE VARIETIES OF IT: TWO REMEDIES. )—THE TIMES OF INCUBATION OF BIRDS. CHAP. 40.—THE FIRST INVENTORS OF VARIOUS KINDS OF (56. )—THE VARIOUS KINDS OF OYSTERS: FIFTY-EIGHT DIRECTIONS. HOW EGGS ARE BEST KEPT. 16.—REMEDIES FOR PAINS IN THE LIVER, AND FOR SPITTING 10. THE CYPIRA. (8. A BIRD 54. 46.—THE CESTROS, PSYCHOTROPEION, VETTONICA, OR SERRA- MENTIONED IN THE FOLLOWING BOOK. CHAP. )—MEN OF REMARKABLE GENIUS. 80.—FOUR REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE PLANT CALLED 38.—REMEDIES FOR DISEASES OF THE EYES. 44.—METHODS OF FACILITATING DELIVERY. NOR OUTLET FOR FOOD. 93.—APPLICATIONS FOR THE HAIR. 40. PLANTS WHICH ARE ALWAYS THE SARCOCOLLA. 82. CHAP. CHAP. John Bostock, M.D., F.R.S. Parallel zu dieser Lizenz muss auch ein Lizenzbaustein für die United States public domain gesetzt werden, um anzuzeigen, dass dieses Werk auch in den Vereinigten Staaten gemeinfrei ist. CHAP. PAID TO THEM. CHAP. AS SANTERNA. CHAP. CHAP. NATIONS. CHAP. CHAP. CHELIDONIA. lately discovered by Angelus Maius; Alexandre in Lemaire, i. CHAP. (2. CORALLIS. CHAP. PLANTS IN COLOURS. ("Agamemnon", "Hom. usum. 13.—THE PANACES CHIRONION: FOUR REMEDIES. 64.—THE WILD FIG: FORTY-TWO OBSERVATIONS UPON IT. 6.—JEWELS DISPLAYED AT ROME IN THE TRIUMPH OF CHAP. SEVERAL VARIETIES OF THAT INSECT, AND OF THE SPIDER. 5.—THE FIRST GREEK AUTHORS WHO WROTE UPON PLANTS. (23. CHAP. 25.—STOMOMA OF COPPER; FORTY-SEVEN REMEDIES. THE SUN AND THE MOON. 7.—COPS WHICH TEND TO IMPROVE THE LAND: CROPS 34 "Cymbalum mundi" and "publicæ famæ tympanum.". )—THE SCORPIO, TWO KINDS OF IT: ONE REMEDY. )—TREES OF WHICH THE BARK IS USED. 45.—REMEDIES FOR WARTS, AND FOR MALFORMED NAILS. CHAP. CHAP. 35.—FIFTEEN VARIETIES OF ANTISPODOS. CHAP. ONE REMEDY. CHAP. 28.—THE LENTISK: TWENTY-TWO REMEDIES. 79. (14. )—PRODIGIES OF THE EARTH WHICH HAVE 9. (27. Pliny’s Natural History is an astonishingly ambitious work that ranges from astronomy to art and from geography to zoology. OF ALIMENT IN MILK. CHAP. )—THIRTY DIFFERENT KINDS OF POMES. LEDGE OF THIS SUBJECT. CHAP. (29. 88.—TREES PLANTED BY AGAMEMNON THE FIRST YEAR OF THE 85.—WILD LAPATHUM OR OXALIS, OTHERWISE CALLED LAPATHUM CANTHERINUM, OR RUMEX: ONE REMEDY. )—SIX REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE ŒNANTHE. CHAP. )—THE MAGNET: THREE REMEDIES. MATERIALS USED BY THEM IN SO DOING. REMARKS IN DISFAVOUR OF THE POTIONS KNOWN AS "ANODYNES, FEBRIFUGES, DIGESTIVES, AND CŒLIACS." CHAP. Pliny's "Natural History" is an astonishingly ambitious work that ranges from astronomy to art and from geography to zoology. 59.—HIERABOTANE, PERISTEREON, OR VERBENACA; TWO 53.—-REMEDIES FOR COUGH AND FOR SPITTING OF BLOOD. CHAP. CHAP. THE SARDA: ONE (58. ORNAMENT FOR COUCHES. A DESCRIPTION OF PLANTS, AND OF THE REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THEM. INTRODUCED. CHAP. THE VIPIO. 61.—THAT THE EARTH OFTEN BEARS PRODUCTIONS WHICH CHAP. 44. CHAP. THE PYRACANTHA: ONE REMEDY. (85. 38. C. PLINII NATVRALIS HISTORIAE LIBER I LIBRO II CONTINENTUR [1] An finitus sit mundus et an unus [2] de forma eius [3] de motu eius. 76. 36.—LEAVES WHICH TURN ROUND EVERY YEAR. ISATIS: ONE REMEDY. (viii. CHAP. )—FUNGI; SIGNS BY WHICH THE VENOMOUS KINDS MAY BE RECOGNIZED: NINE REMEDIES. (7. 16.—WATERS WHICH THROW UP STONES. )—REMEDIES FOR FEMALE DISEASES. BOOK XVII. Pliny offers all kinds of information critically, mentions his sources, and often sees the fun of certain things. 105.—THE STRATIOTES: FIVE- REMEDIES. ORACULAR RESPONSES GIVEN BY FISH. CHAP. )—NINE KINDS OF GUM. 36.—WHITE OLIVES: FOUR REMEDIES. SHAKING, AND OF FLOATING ISLANDS. )—THE METHODS OF TESTING PRECIOUS STONES. CHAP. ONE OBSERVATION )—SOME REMARKABLE FACTS CONNECTED WITH WINE-LOFTS. 41.—THE VARIOUS PROPERTIES OF SALT: ONE HUNDRED LYCOPHTHALMOS. CHAP. MEDICINALLY. CAPPADOCIA. )—THE INTERVALS TO BE LEFT BETWEEN TREES. A.o., trees and remedies obtained from them, medicine, remedies from trees and plants, cork-trees, juniper-trees, tree-moss, resin, ivy, holly and brambles, magical plants. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. )—TOPAZOS: TWO VARIETIES OF IT. CREASES WITH THE MOON. CHAP. ANANCITIS. CHAP. )—MOTHS, CANTHARIDES, GNATS–AN INSECT CHAP. 40.—STATUES OF IRON; CHASED WORKS IN IRON. 37.—IASPIS; FOURTEEN VARIETIES OF IT. DERIVED FROM IT. (43. (63. CHAP. CHAP. )—TREES OF THE ISLANDS OF THE PERSIAN SEA. CHAP. 37.—THE VARIOUS USES OF FAT AND OBSERVATIONS UPON )—THE ISLANDS OF THE EUXINE. 39.—REMEDIES FOR PAINS AND DISEASES OF THE EARS. 65.—REEDS USED FOR ARROWS, AND FOR THE PURPOSE 99. CHAP. 52. (11. 20—THE EPHEDRA OR ANABASIS; THREE REMEDIES. 2.—WONDERS CONNECTED WITH TREES IN THE NORTHERN CHAP. 27.—THE CHAMSHOPS: ONE REMEDY. 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