Ioannes Parkinsonus

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Ioannes Parkinsonus: imago
Nativitas: 1567; Nottinghamiensis comitatus
Obitus: 6 Augusti 1650; Londinium
Patria: Anglia

Officium

Munus: botanista

Ioannes Parkinsonus, vulgo John Parkinson (anno 1567 natus; mortuus mense Augusto 1650) fuit horticultor et botanista Anglicus. Auctor fuit operis Anglici cuius titulus est Paradisi in sole Paradisus terrestris, anno 1629 divulgati.

A rege Carolo I titulo "Botanicus Regis Primarius" laureatus est.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • George Simonds Boulger, "A 17th Century Botanical Friendship" in Journal of Botany vol. 56 (1918) pp. 200–222
  • George Simonds Boulger, "Parkinson, John (1567–1650)" in Dictionary of National Biography edd. Leslie Stephen, Sidney Lee. 63 voll., 3 voll. suppl. (Londinii, 1885-1901 ~)
  • Julie Bruton-Seal, Matthew Seal, The Herbalist's Bible: John Parkinson’s Lost Classic Rediscovered: A Selection and Commentary. Ludlow: Merlin Unwin Books, 2014
  • Jill Francis, "John Parkinson: Gardener and Apothecary of London" in S. Francia, A. Stobart, edd., Critical Approaches to the History of Western Herbal Medicine (Londinii: Bloomsbury, 2014) pp. 229–246
  • Robert Gunther, Early British Botanists and their Gardens (Oxoniae, 1922 Textus) pp. 265-271, 358-370 et passim
  • Anne Parkinson, Nature’s Alchemist: John Parkinson, Herbalist to Charles I. Londinii: Frances Lincoln, 2007
  • John N.D. Riddell, "John Parkinson’s Long Acre Garden 1600–1650" in Journal of Garden History vol. 6 (1986) pp. 112–124
  • Margaret Willes, The Making of the English Gardener: Plants, Books and Inspiration, 1560–1660. Novo Portu: Yale University Press, 2013

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