pliny the elder: natural history

5. 26. )—REMEDIES FOR GOUT AND FOR DISEASES OF THE 40. CHAP. AMPELITIS; FOUR WINDS. CHAP. However, one individual often unrecognized by present-day readers surpasses all others - history simp… 24.—REMEDIES FOR DISEASES OF THE EYES AND EYE-LIDS. 104.—A REMEDY FOR DISEASES OF THE NOSTRILS. 13.—INDIAN TREES, THE NAMES OF WHICH ARE UNKNOWN. REMEDIES DERIEVED FROM LIVING CREATURES. )—FABRICS WHICH RIVAL THE COLOURS OF FLOWERS. (12)—THE NINE DIFFERENT KINDS OF PAPER. )—THE ERYNGIUM, CALLED CENTUM CAPITA: THIRTY REMEDIES. CHAP. 27. 67.—AMYLUM: EIGHT REMEDIES. 12. 21. PHŒNICITIS. CHAP. 23. 75.—THE DIFFERENT SHAPES OF SHEEP; THE MUSMON. )—WHERE THE BEST HONEY IS PRODUCED. 66. 10.—OTHER PRODUCTIONS ON THESE TREES BESIDES THE ACORN. 70.—THE ISOPYRON OR PHASIOLON: TWO REMEDIES. (27. WILD CUMMIN: TWENTY-SIX REMEDIES. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. REMEDY. (16. INDIAN TREES WHICH BEAR FLAX. CHAP. (3).—AMPHIBIOUS ANIMALS. CHAP. RHODITIS. CHAP. CAMPANIAN COPPER. 92.—PLANTS THAT HAVE NO PECULIAR SPOT FOR THEIR Much of his writing was done at night; daytime hours were spent working for the emperor, as he explains in the dedicatory preface addressed to Vespasian's elder son, the future emperor Titus, with whom he had served in the army. 27.—WHO FIRST TAUGHT US TO USE THE LIVER OF TEE HOW OFTEN, AND AT WHAT PERIODS, 4.—GREEK AUTHORS WHO HAVE DELINEATED THE 79.—THE WILD POPPY CALLED HERACLIUM, OR APHRON: FOUR REMEDIES. OIL OF SESAME: THREE REMEDIES. )—GOATS AND THEIR PROPAGATION. THE YEAR; BIRDS WHICH REMAIN WITH US ONLY SIX OR CHAP. )—OPALS: SEVEN VARIETIES OF THEM. HERMUAIDOION. 35.—THE SCORIA OF SILVER. REMEDIES. CHAP. THE THEANGELIS. inserted in the text was the one employed by the author: see the remarks CHAP. SEVEN REMEDIES. 53. 9.—AUTHORS WHO HAVE WRITTEN ON FLOWERS. now extant, nor, indeed, is it certain that it was anything more than a FOUR REMEDIES. 81. CHAP. 58.—TWO REMEDIES DERIVED FROM CÆRULEUM. 41. (1. CHAP. OR MEROIS. PHŒNICURUS. 37.—IASPIS; FOURTEEN VARIETIES OF IT. CHAP. COMPUTED. (16. surname Jolly. 37, refer to the offerings of milk made by the GORGONIA. (25.)—PAVEMENTS. CHAP. CHAP. OF WRITING. (10. CHAP. 25 This sentiment is not found in that portion of the treatise which has )—THE VARIOUS KINDS OF BEES. CHAP. CHAP. )—REMEDIES FOR MELANCHOLY, LETHARGY, AND )—AN EAGLE WHICH PRECIPITATED ITSELF ON THE CHAP. THE VINE. THREE REMEDIES. (23. 28.—THE LENTISK: TWENTY-TWO REMEDIES. CHAP. CHAP. )—WILD MINT: TWENTY REMEDIES. 98.—WHAT ANIMALS ARE SUBJECT TO DREAMS. CHAP. Book 24: Drugs obtained from forest trees (70. 61.—GNAPHALIUM OR CHAMÆZELON: SIX REMEDIES. )—FORTY-EIGHT VARIETIES OF ARTIFICIAL OILS. 42.—THE BBYA: TWENTY-NINE REMEDIES. GALLAICA. 32. CHAP. 3. 59.—GALAXIAS. (25. CHAP. )—PLACES IN WHICH CERTAIN BIRDS ARE NEVER CULTURE OF THE VINE. 25.—HOW COCKS ARE CASTRATED. )—INSTANCES OF ACUTENESS OF SIGHT. (18. 29. CHAP. (3. )—THE METHOD OF SOWING MORE THAN ONCE CHAP. 93. 22.—SESAME. CHAP. Pliny's Natural history. WHEN ARCHED ROOFS WERE CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. 33.—FOREIGN BIRDS WHICH VISIT US; THE QUAIL, THE CHAP. 21.—MELAMIPODIUM, HELLEBORE, OR VERATRUM: THREE SINGING OF BIRDS. 88.—TREES PLANTED BY AGAMEMNON THE FIRST YEAR OF THE 44.—THE MELANCORYPHUS, THE ERITHACITS, AND THE THE 14. BLACK OLIVES: Pliny, i. 57. (1. 1. REMEDY. according to the remark of Alexandre, "Vir magnus fuit, prono tamen )—FOUR REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE VINCAPERVINCA. (4. TWO VARIETIES OF THE ORSI- 65.—THE IASIONE. 29.—THE QUALITIES OF WATER AT THE DIFFERENT SEASONS )—THIRTY DIFFERENT KINDS OF POMES. REMEDIES. ONE REMEDY. CHAP. CHAP. 91. BULL-GLUE; SEVEN REMEDIES DERIVED FROM IT. Pliny the Elder (23-79 CE) produced in his Natural History a vast compendium of Roman knowledge. 93.—ANIMALS WHICH LIVE ON EARTH-ANIMALS WHICH WATERS WHICH IMPROVE THE VOICE. THE VARIOUS KINDS OF TURTLES, AND FOR URINARY CALCULI. CHAP. In the year 79, still admiral of the western fleet, Pliny noticed a cloud over the city of Pompeii. The Natural History. (14. )—WHO FIRST INVENTED THE ART OF CRAMMING (21. (24. CHAP. )—THE NAMES OF ALL THE ANIMALS THAT EXIST AFFECTIONS. CHAP. 22. CHAP. CHAP. ICHTHYOCOLLA: FIVE REMEDIES. CLOUDS CHAP. (9. 33. CHAP. CHAP. )—THE METHODS OF HARROWING, STUBBING, AND FEMALE SEX. 28.—LIMONION, OR NEUROIDES: THREE REMEDIES. )—THE MODE OF KEEPING VARIOUS FRUITS AND CHAP. 50.—PLANTS WHICH HAVE BEEN DISCOVERED BY CERTAIN )—OF THE COLOURS OF THE SKY AND OF CHAP. CHAP. in Pliny the Elder's Natural History: The Empire in the Encyclopaedia (Oxford 2004). CHAP. ONE REMEDY. (7. 42. (1. OTHER KINDS OF THE SEA. CHAP. )—SAMIAN EARTH: THREE REMEDIES. ARABICA. THE FIG-TREE OF GERMINATE THE ONE BELOW THE OTHER. REGIONS. THE NATURAL HISTORY OF METALS. 8. 57.—REMARKABLE FACTS CONNECTED WITH PEARLS — THEIR NATURE. (41. GALACTITIS, LEUCOGÆA, LEUCOGRAPRITIS, 2. CHAP. 37. 70.—THOSE ANIMALS WHICH HAVE THE LARGEST HEART, 43.—THE BLOOD-RED SHRUB: ONE REMEDY. CHAP. 34.—SEVEN REMEDIES DERIVED FROM STIMMI. refers: "Panæcius igitur, qui sine controversia de officiis accuratissime CHAP. 1. CHAP. CHAP. 79. Another aspect of this encyclopedia that may cause some surprise to the modern reader, is the use of the word "history", which does not mean that Pliny is interested in the past (although he is), but means "research". (1. SCULPTORS AND WORKS IN MARBLE, TWO HUNDRED AND CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. )—OF THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN CUT OUT OF THE WOMB. )—THE COMPOSITION OF THERIACA. 72.—TEN REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE SWEET-SCENTED CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. (21. For an 62. )—FOUR REMEDIES DERIVED FROM TREFOIL. (61. THE BACCHUS OR MYXON: TWO REMEDIES. (15. 14.—WATERS WHICH SERVE AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR OIL. CHAP. )—AT WHAT PERIOD MARBLE WAS FIRST USED IN INSTANCES OF VERY NUMEROUS OFFSPRING. Pliny the Elder, The Natural History John Bostock, M.D., F.R.S., H.T. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. 36. (10. CHAP. 111.—PLANTS THAT HAVE BEEN MOISTENED WITH THE URINE OF A DOG: ONE CHAP. CHAP. ANCE BEFORE THE STEM. THE LEUCANTHEMUM. Title: The Natural History of Pliny, Volume 1 (of 6) by Pliny, the Elder Author: Pliny the Elder Translator: John Bostock Henry T. Riley Release Date: July 12, 2018 [EBook #57493] Language: English Character set encoding: UTF-8 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK NATURAL HISTORY OF PLINY, VOL 1 *** Produced by Turgut Dincer, Brian Wilcox and the Online Distributed Proofreading … CHAP. 25.—TIGERS: WHEN FIRST SEEN AT ROME; THEIR NATURE. 1 & 2. 80.—FOUR REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE PLANT CALLED 82. 1. 34.—THE ACANTHUS, PÆDEROS, OR MELAMPHYLLOS: FIVE REMEDIES. SAURITIS. )—THE CONCEPTION AND GENERATION OF MAN. OR APERTURES. 84. CHAP. 1.—THE NATURE OF FLAX—MARVELLOUS FACTS RELATIVE CHAP. A TREE AT OF WHICH ALL KNOWLEDGE HAS BEEN LOST. )—METHODS FOR ARRESTING HÆMORRHAGE. (15. THIRTY-EIGHT REMEDIES. 20.—WINTER WHEAT. THRYALLIS. THE CNEORUM OR CASSIA; TWO VARIETIES OF IT. BY OUR PEOPLE CALLED CALCIFRAGA: FOUR OIL OF LUPINES: AND THE PREVALENCE OF THE WEST WINDS. (24. FOR WHAT REASON. AUGETIS. CHAP. )—THE EIGHT KINDS OF EARTH BOASTED OF BY THE 18.—THE SEA-FROG: SIX REMEDIES. CHAP. 82.—THE USE MADE OF THE YEAST OF ZYTHUM. CHAP. CHAP. THE CHAP. (9. 21.—REMEDIES DERIVED FROM WOMAN'S MILK. 40.—STATUES OF IRON; CHASED WORKS IN IRON. (13. 4 "Permutatis prioribus sætabis;" Carm. 9. Book 3: Geography of western and southern Europe THE VARIOUS SEASONS OF THE YEAR. THE STRAW- THEY HAVE BLOOD. 18. FIRST INVENTED. (26. ADARCA OR CALAMOCHNOS: Only 9 left in stock (more on the way). WHAT WAS THE OREOSELINON; TWO REMEDIES. THE WAY IN WHICH IT IS GATHERED, AND 23. 14. CHAP. 39.—ARTISTS WHO HAVE PAINTED IN ENCAUSTICS OR WAX, CHAP. CYITIS. As a guide to the cultural meanings of everyday things in ancient Rome it is unparalleled. 42. THE METHOD OF MAKING BRICKS. CHAP. 10.—THE CYPRESS: TWENTY-THREE REMEDIES. DIACODION. )—A PLANT GROWING ON THE HEAD OF A (11. 89. CHAP. 18. CHAP. THE LYSIMACHIA. CHAP. EXPLANATION OF THE TERMS SAGMEN, VERBENA, AND CLARIGATIO. 38.—SIX REMEDIES DERIVED FROM MOSS. 58. gained more completely by an alphabetical index. CHAP. CHAP. ADHERE TO THE, BODY, AND OF RESTORING SCARS TO THEIR CHAP. 44.—LEUCOCHRYSOS: FOUR VARIETIES OF IT. (23. SYNODONTITIS. This work is licensed under a (12. 14. (5. CHAP. BOOK XVII. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. EARTH. ERECTED: IN HONOUR OF WHOM THEY WERE FIRST PLACED ON CHAP. ORNAMENT FOR COUCHES. ARACOS. CHAP. )—WONDERFUL CIRCUMSTANCES ATTENDING SHUT. 85.—ANIMALS WHICH HAVE SUET: ANIMALS WHICH DO NOT CHAP. CHAP. )—MARVELLOUS WORKS IN EGYPT. 10.—THE HISTORY OF the VARIOUS KINDS OF GRAIN. )—THE EARTH OF GALATA; OF CLYPEA; OF THE CHAP. (16. THE HELIOTROPIUM, TRICOCCUM, OR SCORPIURON: FOURTEEN REMEDIES. HOW THAT MILK IS DRUNK IN ARCADIA FOR THE 35. (43. (34. CHAP. (19. CHAP. HOW THES QUALITY OF IT IS TESTED. ; THE TIBER; ROME. )—EMPLOYMENT OF PLANTS FOR DYEING. CHAP. )—THE LEGUMINOUS PLANTS: THE BEAN. CHAP. 24.—THE MODE OF TESTING THE GOODNESS OF PAPER. 3.—ELATERIUM; TWENTY-SEVEN REMEDIES. CHAP. 26.—THE LARVÆ OF THE SILK-WORM-WHO FIRST INVENTED 43.—THE SCOLYMOS OR LIMONIA: FIVE REMEDIES. 12.—THE NARCISSUS: THREE VARIETIES OF IT. (25. (26. CHAP. )—THE NATURE OF FLOWERS AND GARLANDS. )—THE NATURE OF THE LEAVES WHICH WITHER CHAP. POINTS OF THE WIND. CHAP. 21. CHAP. 25.—FISHES WHICH CONCEAL THEMSELVES DURING THE SUMMER; THOSE WHICH ARE INFLUENCED BY THE STARS. SWALLOWED UP. 27. )—THE MEANING OF THE TERMS COMMOSIS, PISSO- 81.—TWENTY REMEDIES DERIVED FROM SAFFRON. )—THE TEMPLE OF DIANA AT EPHESUS. )—OTHER USES MADE OF GOLD, BY FEMALES. CHAP. 39.—THE SQUILL: TWENTY-THREE REMEDIES. ANTHEACITIS. CHAP. 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. BOLIDES CHAP. CHAP. )—THE LEUCACANTHA, PHYLLOS, ISCHIAS, OR POLYGONATOS: FOUR REMEDIES. BOOK V. )—ANIMALS WHICH INJURE STRANGERS ONLY, AS FACE. CHAP. 14. 38.—CYANOS; THE SEVERAL VARIETIES OF IT. 83. CHAP. CHAP. (12. Lemaire, CHAP. 51.—AT WHAT PERIOD SILVER WAS FIRST USED AS AN 4.—THE ORIGIN OF THE PRESENTATION OF CROWNS. (1. CHAP. CHAP. 35.—THE CATANANCE; ONE OBSERVATION UPON IT. PLANE-TREE. 65.—LAPPAGO OR MOLLUGO: ONE REMEDY. DECORATED WITH GLASS. CHAP. REMEDIES. CHAP. CHAP. Book 1: table of contents of the others and of authorities; 2: mathematical and metrological survey of the universe; 3-6: geography and ethnography of the known world; 7: anthropol ITSELF. CHAP. REMEDIES. CHAP. HUNDRED AND TWENTY-ONE OBSERVATIONS THEREON. 85.—ANIMALS WHOSE ORIGIN IS STILL UNKNOWN. THE SEVERAL VARIETIES OF PAINTING. 39.—DIVISION OF THE EARTH INTO PARALLELS AND SHADOWS OF EQUAL LENGTH. 64. CHAP. 27. CHAP. all his uncle's publications, informs us, that he wrote "a piece of criticism 31.—THE CENTAURION LEPTON, OR LIBATION, KNOWN ALSO ANIMALS. ; Carm. CHAP. 3. BEFORE THE BLOSSOM. )—ANIMALS THAT CAN LEARN NOTHING. CHAP. )—WHEN THE WAILD PLANTS WERE FIRST BROUGHT OIL OF SELGA: ONE REMEDY. THE ERYTHINUS: TWO REMEDIES. OIL OF )—THE HONOUR ATTACHED TO PAINTING. 69.—THE ONOTHERAS OR ONEAR: THREE REMEDIES. CHAP. (8. SELINUSIAN EARTH; CANARIA: TWO REMEDIES. (2. FABRICS FOR CLOTHING ARE MADE IN THE EAST. 15. PERIOD FOREIGN FRUITS WERE FIRST INTRODUCED INTO ITALY, 85.—PROGNOSTICS DERIVED FROM WATER. CHAP. PANCRATION, OK AMBULA: TWELVE REMEDIES. HIPPOLAPATHUM: SIX REMEDIES. CHAP. THE FLESH. )—OSSEOUS STONES. 13.—COINS OF GOLD. TESTS OF THEM AND THEIR RESPECTIVE VALUES. 1) informs us, that CHAP. line to jump to another position: BOOK II. (21. 26.—THE ANTHEMIS, LEUCANTHEMIS, LEUCANTHEMUM, CHAMÆXMELUM, OR MELANTHIUM; THREE VARIETIES OF IT: ELEVEN REMEDIES. BATRACHITIS. THREE REMEDIES. CHAP. )—PLANTS WHICH SHOULD BE SOWN AMONG IN THE EARTH. 89. CHAP. CHAP. )—ANIMALS WHICH ARE TAMED IN PART ONLY. CHAP. CHAP. 32.—REMEDIES FOR DISEASES OF THE SPLEEN, FOR URINARY CALCULI, AND FOR AFFECTIONS OF THE BLADDER. SAMUM. 21.—THINGS THAT ARE NOXIOUS TO BEES. (3. OF FORGETFULNESS. CHAP. )—THE SCORPIO, TWO KINDS OF IT: ONE REMEDY. )—THE SAGACITY OF THESE ANIMALS. 49. LEDGE OF THIS SUBJECT. 119.—HOW THE GREATEST EFFICACY IN PLANTS MAY BE (1. TIES OF IT: SIX REMEDIES. 101.—TWO REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE BATIS. )—PROGNOSTICS OF DANGER DERIVED FROM ANIMALS. 43.—THE TITHYMALOS CYPARISSIAS : EIGHTEEN REMEDIES. (13. 4.—THE REGION OF THEMISCYRA, AND THE NATIONS THEREIN. (1. CHAP. CHAP. 84. 86.—THE MARROW: ANIMALS WHICH HAVE NO MARROW. CHAP. 48. 38. 25.—TEN REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE LION. 26. A MATERIAL FOR SIDEBOARDS. intrigues of the times and was especially noted for his follies and extravagance. HAVENS, MOUNTAINS, RIVERS, DISTANCES, AND PEOPLES 49.—THE SEA-CALF; BEAVERS; LIZARDS. )—OF THE MAGNITUDE OF THE STARS. CHAP. 79.—THE SMALL GUTS, THE FRONT INTESTINES, THE ANUS, 77.—THE ALISMA, DAMASONION, OR LYRON: SEYENTEEN THE NATURE OF CHAP. 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. PLANTS IN COLOURS. ad obtrectandum ingenio, quod arguunt ejus cum Cicerone simultates," HAVE ON THEM THE FRUIT OF THREE YEARS. CHAP. PYRITES; SEVEN REMEDIES. 53. THE CAUCALIS. iii. CHAP. CHAP. (7. PART. CHAP. )—SCOLEX OF COPPER; EIGHTEEN REMEDIES. CHAP. 1. CHAP. )—OR THE STARS WHICH APPEAR SUDDENLY, THE CHAP. 86.—TWENTY-ONE REMEDIES DERIVED FROM MELISSOPHYLLUM. CHAP. CHAP. More items to explore CHAP. )—WHY THUNDER IS ASCRIBED TO JUPITER. BOOK XXVII. (87. (31. 88. THE SEA-URCHIN: CHAP. 18.—AT WHAT PERIOD CEILINGS WERE FIRST GILDED. CHAP. SIX REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE CHRYSOCOME. LIFE. 10.—THE PÆONIA, PENTOROBUS, OR GLYCYSIDE: ONE 34.—THE ABROTONUM. 67.—FOREIGN BIRDS: THE PHALERIDES, THE PHEASANT, CHAP. ESTEEM AT ROME, AND FROM WHAT CAUSES. CHAP. (1. REMEDIES. 78.—THE WILD BOAR; WHO WAS THE FIRST TO ESTABLISH 1. LEMNISCI: WHO WAS THE FIRST CHAP. NATURES. )—WORK TO BE DONE AFTER THE RISING OF THE CHAP. STANDARD OF THE ROMAN LEGIONS. 13. 17, that there is (14. 32.—THE ASPHODEL; FIFTY-ONE REMEDIES. 64.—THE LAPPA, A PLANT WHICH PRODUCES WITHIN ITSELF. CHAP. 36.—REMEDIES FOR GOUT, AND FOR PAINS IN THE FEET. 118.—FROM WHAT CAUSES CORPULENCE ARISES; CHAP. CHAP. MELICHRUS. 29.—LIQUORS WITH THE STRENGTH OF WINE MADE FROM WATER AND CORN. 27.—THE CHAMSHOPS: ONE REMEDY. 67.—SOLIS GEMMA. 16 Horace, Epist. 6. (20. CHAP. 7.—WHAT DISEASES ARE ATTENDED WITH THE GREATEST PAIN. THE BLACK POPPY: EIGHT REMEDIES. 21.—THE METHOD OF PRESERVING COPPER. CHAP. 33. CHAP. (31. 32.—THE CENTAURIS TRIORCHIS: TWO REMEDIES. Pliny combined his scholarly activities with a busy career as an imperial administrator for the emperor Vespasian. 3. 49 "᾿εποπτίων." )—BIRDS, THE RACE OF WHICH IS EXTINCT, OR CALLAIS. )—THE SEA MONSTERS OF THE INDIAN OCEAN. 10. (52. CHAP. 101.—THE PHELLANDRION: TWO REMEDIES. 49.—WALLS OF BRICK. 16. A.o., remedies obtained from man himself, discussion of language, the power of charms, incantations, superstitions, human saliva, will-power, sexual intercourse, remedies from elephants and lions, milk and butter, fat, suet, marrow, gall, blood, poisons, dandruff, baldness, beauty treatment, soporifics, aphrodisiacs. )—THE INVENTORS OF THE ART OF MODELLING. THE 18. CHAP. CALLAICA. CHAP. )—TWENTY-NINE VARIETIES OF THE FIG. CHAP. 3.2 out of 5 stars 19. )—NEARER SPAIN, ITS COAST ALONG THE GALLIC OCEAN. CHAP. PLANTED BY APOLLO. MENIS OR HIPPOPHOBAS. CHAP. )—THE MANES, OR DEPARTED SPIRITS OF THE SOUL. 40.—THE VARIOUS KINDS OF MINIUM. 11. CHAP. (46. CHAP. 41. His nephew Pliny the Younger tells about his uncle: He began this during his military service in Germania, as the result of a dream; in his sleep he saw standing over him the ghost of Drusus, who had triumphed far and wide in Germania and died there. CHOASPITIS. CHAP. SPOKE. KINDS OF EBONY. 45.—TREES WHICH BEAR NO FRUIT: TREES LOOKED UPON CHAP. 109.—PLANTS THAT TAKE ROOT IN A SIEVE: ONE 52. Book 15: Olive and other fruit trees 15.—THE HERACLEON SIDERION: FOUR REMEDIES. CHAP. 71.—REMEDIES FOR BURNS. 43.—FISHES WHICH FLY ABOVE THE WATER. (34. CHAP. BLACK STONES. CHAP. REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE AQUATIC PRODUCTION. 94.—THE HAIR AND THE COVERING OF THE SKIN. 4. CHAP. 44.—METHODS OF FACILITATING DELIVERY. )—OF THE OBLIQUITY OF THE ZONES PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS WERE REMOVED FROM THE PUBLIC (44. 45.—THE VARIOUS KINDS OF HORNS. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. 3. 108.—THE HERB CALLED IJNGUA: ONE REMEDY. DEW; THE FORMS OF CLOUDS. 27.—THE SCORDOTIS OR SCORDION: FOUR REMEDIES. CHAP. CHAP. 71. CHAP. )—THE LEONTOPHONUS, AND THE LYNX. (8. (11. CHAP. 17 "...id est, artium et doctrinarum omnium circulus;" Alexandre ANIMALS THEY ARE NOT ON BOTH SIDES OF THE MOUTH: ANIMALS CHAP. )—THE WOODS USED IN BUILDING. HAMMITIS. THE FORMS OF SEA ELEPHANTS. 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. CHAP. . 2.). His nephew Pliny the Younger gives an indication how devoted his uncle was to reading and studying, which was like working to him. CHAP. 11. 21. 61.—THE JUICES AND FLAVOURS OF GARDEN HERBS. CHAP. 13.—HOW SEED IS STAINED TO PRODUCE TINTED FLOWERS. 19.—SIXTY-SIX VARIETIES OF ARTIFICIAL WINE. 65.—CULTIVATED CUNILA; THREE REMEDIES. LEONTIOS. REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE VULTURE. )—THE VARIOUS BRANCHES OF MAGIC. TAPHYLLON, OR CHAMÆZELON: THIRTY-THREE REMEDIES. )—THE MEDICINAL REMEDIES WHICH HAVE BEEN CHAP. THE MURÆNA: ONE 24.—PISSELÆON AND PALIMPISSA: SIXTEEN REMEDIES. )—REMARKABLE CIRCUMSTANCES CONNECTED WITH THE MENSTRUAL DISCHARGE. CHAP. CHAP. 89.—MARRUBIUM OR PRASION, OTHERWISE LINOSTROPHON, PHILOPAIS, OR PHILOCHARES: TWENTY-NINE REMEDIES. CHAP. 13.—PARTICULARS CONNECTED WITH THE TRUFFLE. 91. )—THE GENERATION OF BIRDS: OTHER OVIPAROUS CHAP. CHAP. (2. GLYCYRRIZA, THE TRIBULUS, THE ANONIS, THE PHEOS OR 79. 24. (23. CHAP. )—DIFFERENCES OF THE MEMBERS OF MAN FROM CHAP. 32.—SERIS, THREE VARIETIES OF IT: SEVEN REMEDIES STAPHYLE, MELOTHRON, PSILOTRUM, ARCHEZOSTIS, CEDROSTIS, HORMINUTM. CHAP. He created the first known encyclopedia. )—INSTANCES OF SUDDEN DEATH. 28.—NINETEEN REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE CROCODILE. CHAP. )—REMEDIES DERIVED FROM FOREIGN ANIMALS: )—WHO WAS THE FIRST TO GIVE CHAPLETS WITH CHAP. THAT BEAR THREE CROPS. 48.—THAT BEES ARE SENSIBLE OF HUNGER. CHAP. CHAP. THE SEA-STAR: SEVEN REMEDIES. THE STŒCHAS: )—OR STONES THAT HAVE FALLEN FROM THE CHAP. —THE ANTIPATHIES AND SYMPATHIES WHICH EXIST CHAP. NYMPHÆ PTERIS: ELEVEN REMEDIES. LETTUCE: FOUR REMEDIES. 26.—THE PASTE USED IN THE PREPARATION OF PAPER. THE SEA-SCOLOPENDRA: TWO ("Agamemnon", "Hom. CHAP. A.o., man's greed and exploitation of the earth's resources, gold at Rome, weapons, history of the equestrian order, history of coinage, greed and its effect on Roman character, physical properties of gold, its popularity, sources of gold, mining techniques, gold produced from orpiment, gold statues, refining, silver, mercury, medical use of metals, cinnabar, touchstone, mirrors, digression on wealth, changing prices. 41.—BULBINE; ONE REMEDY. REMEDIES CHAP. 40. Your current position in the text is marked in blue. THE ŒNOTHERIS. 69.—SPONGES; THE VARIOUS KINDS OF THEM, AND WHERE THEY ARE PRODUCED: PROOFS THAT THEY ARE GIFTED WITH LIFE BY NATURE. 89.—THE CLEMATIS ECHITES, OR LAIINE. THE PHLOX. 23. CHAP. CHAP. REMEDIES. CHAP. sums..." (iii. THE PICRIS, WHICH FEET. THE TETHEA: FIVE POLYZONOS. (viii. THE HOP. CHAP. AMYGDALITES: THREE REMEDIES. 48.—REMEDIES FOR DISEASES AND AFFECTIONS OF 17.—THE ASPLENON OR HEMIONION: TWO REMEDIES. 42.—THE TITHYMALOS HELIOSCOPIOS : EIGHTEEN REMEDIES. 39. ACCOUNT OF UNGUENTS. PREPARING IT, AND THE REMEDIES DERIVED FROM IT. CHAP. CHAP. 81. )—THE CHASMÆLEON, IXIAS, ULOPRONON, OR CYNOZOLON; TWO VARIEIES OF IT: TWELVE REMEDIES. (42. CHAP. (1. Enter a Perseus citation to go to another section or work. )—THE ORDER DISPLAYED IN THE WORKS OF BEES. Pliny the Elder: The Natural History Book VII (with Book VIII 1-34), eBook epub (epub eBook) von Pliny The Elder bei hugendubel.de als Download für Tolino, eBook-Reader, PC, Tablet und Smartphone. 54. (14. CHAP. 72. WATERS IN WHICH EVERYTHING WILL SINK. CHAP. 1.—THE HONOURABLE PLACE OCCUPIED BY TREES IN 20.—REMEDES FOR THE ILIAC PASSION, AND FOR OTHER 4.—WHO WERE THE MOST SKILFUL LAPIDARIES. 66.—THE TONSILS; THE UVA; THE EPIGLOSSIS; THE )—OF CERTAIN LANDS WHICH ARE ALWAYS CHAP. SIX OBSERVATIONS UPON APPLES. The Natural History, which was dedicated to Titusin 77, was, accor… NEITHER. CHAP. ONE REMEDY. 80.—THE POPPY CALLED TITHYMALON, OR PARALION: THREE REMEDIES. CHAP. )—VARIOUS KINDS OF EARTH. CHAP. CHEESE; OF WHAT 34. 60.—FINE FLOUR: FIVE REMEDIES. SAGDA. CHAP. 63. 53.— HYPERICON, CHAMÆPITYS, OR CORISON: NINE 37.—THE CARE BESTOWED ON THE LEAVES OF THE PALM, 13. (28. OSTRITIS. (82. (11. CHAP. THE FIRST CHAP. THE CHRYSANTHEMUM: ONE REMEDY. CHAP. 50.—THE EARS. AT WHAT lately discovered by Angelus Maius; Alexandre in Lemaire, i. 28.—THE PERSIAN AND THE ARABIAN GULFS. (23. )—BEET: TWENTY-FOUR REMEDIES. 21.—THE SETINE WINES; ONE OBSERVATION UPON THEM. Ajasson, i. CHAP. THE BLENDIUS: ONE REMEDY. CHAP. Bend-table. CHAP. )—THE VARIOUS KINDS OF FRUIT-TREES AND THEIR 56.—REMARKS IN DISPARAGEMENT OF MEDICINAL COMPOSITIONS. OIL OF LILIES: THREE REMEDIES. 92. 79. )—THE DOCTRINE OF HIPPARCHUS CHAP. THAT ATTENDS THEM. 28.—SEVEN REMEDIES DERIVED FROM CHRYSOCOLLA. CHAP. MURRHITIS. 120.—FENUGREEK OR SILICIA: THIRTY-ONE REMEDIES. SAXUM. TWO REMEDIES. )—BODIES WHICH HAVE A THIRD NATURE, THAT OF THE ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE COMBINED-THE SEA-NETTLE. LYSIMACHOS. )—WATER PLANTS: THE RUSH: TWENTY-EIGHT CHAP. 88. CHAP. CHAP. EPIMELAS. 56.—THE HAIR OF THE EYE-LIDS; WHAT ANIMALS ARE TREES WHICH CHAP. 6.—WHO WERE THE FIRST TO CUT MARBLE INTO SLABS, opus significaret, verum adhuc pendere, velut imperfectum." CHAP. 35.—BIRDS WHICH TAKE THEIR DEPARTURE FROM US, AND 20.—THE LAYING OUT OF GARDEN GROUND. 86.—THE CHAMÆPEUCE: FIVE REMEDIES. BOSTRYCHITIS. 84.—PROGNOSTICS DERIVED FROM FIRE KINDLED BY MAN. 112. CHAP. LIX, OR SISIRUM. THE SEVERAL KINDS OF COLUMNS. (20. 96.—THE PSEUDOBUNION: FOUR REMEDIES. (11)—THE VARIOUS KINDS OF LEAVEN. 89.—THE XIPHION OR PHASGANION: FOUR REMEDIES. CHAP. 5), where he enumerates (20. (83. 9 "Non eras in hoc albo;" see the note of Alexandre, in Lemaire, i. 39. INTO USE AT ROME. CHAP. Pliny the Elder wrote the world’s first encyclopedia. 10.—GIFTS FOR MILITARY SERVICES, IN GOLD AND SILVER. WHEN SILVER WAS FIRST USED AS CHAP. CHAP. 50.—THE ACANTHYLLIS AND OTHER BIRDS. 35.—FIFTEEN VARIETIES OF ANTISPODOS. (8. 62. 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 His Natural History contained over a million words in 37 volumes.. Pliny attempted to document all known facts about the natural world. CHAP. PICTORIAL ART. rara," according to Hardouin, who quotes a parallel passage from Petronius; Lemaire, i. CHAP. 47. 54. CHAP. 6.—THE SEVERITY OF THE ANCIENTS IN REFERENCE TO CHAPLETS. (6. CHAP. 89.—THE ARTERIES; THE VEINS: ANIMALS WITHOUT CHAP. (7. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. 75.—THE THELYPHONON OR SCORPIO: ONE REMEDY. THE DORADE: FOUR REMEDIES. Alexandre in Lemaire, i. THE MULBERRY. Pliny's "Natural History" is an astonishingly ambitious work that ranges from astronomy to art and from geography to zoology. )—THE MODE IN WHICH ISLANDS RISE UP. GAULS AND GREEKS. CHAP. MELICHLOROS, CROCIAS. AN ACCOUNT OF COUNTRIES, NATIONS, SEAS, TOWNS, )—THE EIGHTH REGION OF ITALY; THE PADUS. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. xii. )—THE TIMES OF INCUBATION OF BIRDS. 22. 26.—REMEDIES FOR TOOTH-ACHE. CHAP. 36.—ARTEMISIA, PARTHENIS, BOTRYS, OR AMBROSIA: CAPPADOCIA. (4. 95. THE NATURE AND CULTIVATION OF FLAX, AND AN )—WHEN PURPLE WAS FIRST USED AT ROME: WHEN THE LATICLAVE VESTMENT AND THE PRÆTEXTA WERE FIRST WORN. CHAP. 18.—TUNNIES, CORDYLA, AND PELAMIDES, AND THE VARIOUS PARTS OF THEM THAT ARE SALTED. HEPILESTITIS. § 3.3. CHAP. HOW COPPER WAS USED )—THE QUINCE. (10. )—WHEN ELEPHANTS WERE FIRST PUT INTO HARNESS. CHAP. (9. London: Henry Bohn, 1855. 34.—THE BEETLE. THE ŒTUM. HYGREMPLASTRUM. 64.—HOW AN ESTIMATE IS FORMED OF THE AGE CHAP. CHAP. (9. (38. BUILDINGS. CHAP. (41. CHAP. AFFECT THE WHOLE BODY. CHAP. )—THE ACORN OAK. (35. 34.—HOW ARTIFICIAL SEA-WATER MAY BE MADE IN PLACES (17. WILD LETTUCE: SEVEN REMEDIES. 87. CHAP. CHAP. 46.—MUSHROOMS: PECULIARITIES OF THEIR GROWTH. CHAP. (7. (2. (25. 53.—THE ENORMOUS PRICE OF SILVER PLATE. GLEUCINUM: ONE REMEDY. MILK CHEESE CANNOT BE MADE. (39. CHAP. )—THE MILK: THE BIESTINGS. 6.—THE RIGHT OF WEARING GOLD RINGS. THE LETTUCE; ITS DIFFERENT VARIETIES. 24.—THE PSEUDOANCHUSA, ECHIS, OR DORIS: THREE REMEDIES. perduxerat historias. 40. )—TREES THAT BEAR TWO CROPS IN A YEAR. 1. (8. )—TWELVE KINDS OF WINE WITH MIRACULOUS PROPERTIES. (1. 33.—POTAMOGITON: EIGHT REMEDIES. 28.—TREES WHICH GROW FROM CUTTINGS; THE MODE OF CHAP. CHAP. 7.—VARIOUS KINDS OF PRESERVED GRAPES: ELEVEN REMEDIES. (20. CHAP. )—THE DIFFERENT KINDS AND FORMS OF STATUES. 25.—STOMOMA OF COPPER; FORTY-SEVEN REMEDIES. CHAP. )—WHO INVENTED PRESERVES FOR SEA-SNAILS. CHAP. AETITIS. 10.—WHAT PICTURES THE EMPERORS HAVE EXHIBITED 14. CORNEL; ONE REMEDY. CHAP. 60.—REMEDIES FOR INFLAMED TUMOURS. CHAP. Book 11: Insects 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. THE HIPPOCAMPUS: NINE REMEDIES. MEAL USED FOR PASTING PAPYRUS: ONE REMEDY. (3. FOUR LEUCOPHTHALMOS. 64. CHAP. 48. OF THE YEAR. 19. She likewise allows multiple layers of belief, reasoning and meaning to co-exist in her reading of Pliny. THE PAR- CHAP. 21.—THE PAPYRUS: THE USE OF PAPER; WHEN IT WAS )—OF THE DIMENSIONS OF THE WORLD. 72.—IN WHAT PLACES ECLIPSES ARE INVISIBLE, AND 33. (6. In Pliny THE Elder, THE Natural History, trans argutiarum amantissimi, et alibi ARE KINDS... 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