The Resource Martini Lister Historiæ sive synopsis methodicæ conchyliorum et tabularum anatomicarum

Martini Lister Historiæ sive synopsis methodicæ conchyliorum et tabularum anatomicarum

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Martini Lister Historiæ sive synopsis methodicæ conchyliorum et tabularum anatomicarum
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Martini Lister Historiæ sive synopsis methodicæ conchyliorum et tabularum anatomicarum
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Language
lat
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1638?-1712
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Lister, Martin
Illustrations
plates
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1732-1772
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Huddesford, William
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  • Shells
  • Zoology
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Martini Lister Historiæ sive synopsis methodicæ conchyliorum et tabularum anatomicarum
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  • The four books and the Appendices contain impressions of copper plates, each including from one to several figures and numbered up to 1059. There is no plate numbered 4, 89, 164, 195, 196, 222, 923, or 961, while there are three marked 101, and two each of those numbered 168, 512, 822, 846, 883, 931, 965, and 990
  • The text (pp. iv, 6, 7, [iv], 12, 77) includes: A preface by the editor, some Notes and Observations written by Lister on a set of proof plates of the first edition, the "Tabularum anatomicarum explicatio," and the two Indices
  • The indices have a separate title page: Duo indices ad Synopsin methodicam conchyliorum Martini Lister ... Alter easdem complectitur juxta methodum celeberimi Caroli a Linné, nec non ad tabulas listerianas accommodatur
  • The "Tabularum anatomicarum explicatio" contains 22 plates, of which plates 15, 16, and 18 are plates 195, 196, and 222 omitted in liber 3. This part has no title page but has seven pages of letterpress explanations. Plate 2 is dated 1693
Edition
  • Editio altera /
  • recensuit et indicibus auxit Gulielmus Huddesford, Coll. SS. Trinitatis socius et Musei Ashmoleani custos.
Extent
1 online resource (7 pts. in 1 v., [ca. 400] leaves of plates (7 folded)
Form of item
online
Note
Two indices and the author's Notes and Observations bound at the end.
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Martini Lister Historiæ sive synopsis methodicæ conchyliorum et tabularum anatomicarum
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Publication
Note
  • The four books and the Appendices contain impressions of copper plates, each including from one to several figures and numbered up to 1059. There is no plate numbered 4, 89, 164, 195, 196, 222, 923, or 961, while there are three marked 101, and two each of those numbered 168, 512, 822, 846, 883, 931, 965, and 990
  • The text (pp. iv, 6, 7, [iv], 12, 77) includes: A preface by the editor, some Notes and Observations written by Lister on a set of proof plates of the first edition, the "Tabularum anatomicarum explicatio," and the two Indices
  • The indices have a separate title page: Duo indices ad Synopsin methodicam conchyliorum Martini Lister ... Alter easdem complectitur juxta methodum celeberimi Caroli a Linné, nec non ad tabulas listerianas accommodatur
  • The "Tabularum anatomicarum explicatio" contains 22 plates, of which plates 15, 16, and 18 are plates 195, 196, and 222 omitted in liber 3. This part has no title page but has seven pages of letterpress explanations. Plate 2 is dated 1693
Edition
  • Editio altera /
  • recensuit et indicibus auxit Gulielmus Huddesford, Coll. SS. Trinitatis socius et Musei Ashmoleani custos.
Extent
1 online resource (7 pts. in 1 v., [ca. 400] leaves of plates (7 folded)
Form of item
online
Note
Two indices and the author's Notes and Observations bound at the end.
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote

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