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Rumphius" orchids

Georg Eberhard Rumpf

Rumphius" orchids

orchid texts from The Ambonese herbal

by Georg Eberhard Rumpf

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rumpf, Georg Eberhard, -- 1627-1702,
  • Orchids -- Indonesia -- Ambon Island,
  • Botany -- Pre-Linnean works

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 99-164) and index

    Statementby Georgius Everhardus Rumphius ; translated, edited, annotated, and with an introduction by E.M. Beekman
    GenrePre-Linnean works
    ContributionsBeekman, E. M., 1939-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK495.O64 R7913 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationli, 172 p. :
    Number of Pages172
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17100430M
    ISBN 100300098146
    LC Control Number2002041161

    The publication on "Commercial Orchids" is presented in 15 interesting chapters vividly highlighting the global orchid industry, bio-diversity, conservation and bio-piracy of genetic resources.   Rumphius lived the latter years of his life as a “naturalist for the people.” In an open letter he writes to readers in the preface of The Ambonese Herbal, Rumphius refers to himself as a “lover of natural science” who offers his talents “to the common good” (Beekman, ).

    RUMPHIUS, Georgius. Everhardus Rumphius was a very early botanist () - he produced a manuscript on the plants of Ambon "The Ambonese Herbal". 15 orchids are described, each with a very detailed sketch. PRE-OWNED. In the years since, the partnership between Beekman and Black has produced two Rumphius books, The Ambonese Curiosity Cabinet, published in , and Rumphius’ Orchids in Rumphius’ masterpiece, The Ambonese Herbal, will appear for the first time in English early in , jointly published by Yale University Press and the National.

    A 17th century Dutch naturalist, Rumphius was the first person to describe tropical orchids in a Western language. The original seven volume work, the 'Ambonese Herbal', describes 36 species found on the island of Ambon, plus another 12 uncertified species. Orchid Texts from "The Ambonese Herbal" Author: Georg Eberhard Rumpf; Publisher: Yale University Press ISBN: Category: Gardening Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» A 17th century Dutch naturalist, Rumphius was the first person to describe tropical orchids in a .


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Rumphius (–), founder of Indonesian botanical exploration and one of the greatest naturalists of the seventeenth century, was the first to describe tropical orchids in a Western language. Within the pages of his monumental seven-volume Ambonese Herbal, written in Dutch, he included descriptions of thirty-six species of orchids found on the island of Ambon in eastern Indonesia, plus twelve uncertified Cited by: 1.

Rumphius (–), founder of Indonesian botanical exploration and one of the greatest naturalists of the seventeenth century, was the first. Buy Rumphius' Orchids (): NHBS - Edited By: EM Beekman, Yale University Press.

Rumphius (), founder of Indonesian botanical exploration and one of the greatest naturalists of the seventeenth century, was the first to describe tropical orchids in a Western language. Within the pages of his monumental seven-volume Ambonese Herbal, written in Dutch, he included descriptions of thirty-six species of orchids found on the island of Ambon in eastern Indonesia, plus twelve uncertified.

This lovely book is the first to gather and translate into English all the sections of Rumphius' The Ambonese Herbal devotedto orchids. For each entry, Rumphius describes the plant, names it according to a pre-Linnaean system of nomenclature, gives its locality, and details its medicinal and non-medicinal uses.4/5(4).

Rumphius was a very early botanist () - he produced a monumental manuscript on the plants of Ambon "The Ambonese Herbal" - This work is the translation of the orchid related portions from Dutch to English and put Rumphius orchids book one book.

15 orchids are described, each with a very detailed sketch. Georgius Everhardus Rumphius has 11 books on Goodreads with 72 ratings. Georgius Everhardus Rumphius’s most popular book is The Ambonese Curiosity Cabinet. Rumphius’ Orchids: Orchid Texts from "The Ambonese Herbal" by.

Georgius Everhardus Rumphius. We are likely also to see specialized derivative books and articles sprout from Beekman’s giant seed like that of the orchids of Rumphius already published in We are grateful, as we suspect you will be, for the existence of the translation and commentary on the Dutch 17th-century work by Rumphius.

Miss Rumphius is a picture book for children written and illustrated by Barbara Cooney and first published by Viking Books in It features the life story of fictional Miss Alice Rumphius, a woman who sought a way to make the world more beautiful and found it in planting lupines in the wild.

Miss Rumphius was inspired by the real life "Lupine Lady," Hilda Hamlin, who spread lupine seeds Author: Barbara Cooney. The Rumphius Foundation, a non-profit organization held at a national public charity, was established in March by Michael C.

Foundation’s name is derived from one of his favorite children’s books, Miss Rumphius by Barbara Cooney, in which the central character seeks to travel, live by the sea, and most importantly, to make the world a little more beautiful than how she. Rumphius' Orchids: Orchid Texts from "The Ambonese Herbal" by E.

Beekman, Georgius Everhardus Rumphius and a great selection of related books. A translation of Georgius Everhardus Rumphius's 17th-century study of tropical orchids.

Rumphius (), founder of Indonesian botanical exploration and one of the greatest naturalists of the 17th century, was the first to describe tropical orchids in a Western language.

Author of The Ambonese Curiosity Cabinet, Rumphius’ Orchids, and Waerachtigh Verhael, van de Schrickelijcke Aerdbevinge, nu onlanghs eenigen tyd herwaerts, ende voornaementlijck op den February des Jaers voorgevallen, in/en omtrent de eylanden van Amboina/5.

Rumphius is best known for his authorship of Het Amboinsche kruidboek or Herbarium Amboinense, a catalogue of the plants of the island of Amboina (in modern-day Indonesia), published posthumously in The work covers 1, species, with definite species names, and another identified to.

The countless lupines that bloom along the coast of Maine are the legacy of the real Miss Rumphius, the Lupine Lady, who scattered lupine seeds everywhere she went. Miss Rumphius received the American Book Award in the year of publication. In englischer Sprache. 32 pages.

25,2 x 0,4 x 20,5 cm. as new. Orchids: A review of uses in traditional medicine, its appear until Eberhard Rumphius ( - ) Herbarium Amboinense was eventually published in -two of 12 volumes being devoted to orchids. book English Herbal () gave four main uses.

Georgius Everhardus Rumphius, or Georg Everhard Rumpf, is my personal patron saint for persistence, self-reliance, and intellectual and physical toughness. His life and experiences were so demanding, I can't imagine anyone else who would have survived his ordeals.

Shangaied before this term was invented, Rumphius was in turn a youthful mercenary, teacher, construction. DescriptionReviews.

Over the course of five decades, the seventeenth-century naturalist Georgius Everhardus Rumphius assiduously gathered information on the native plants of Ambon Island and its archipelago. By presenting descriptions of the plants and their multiple uses, he succeeded in creating a cultural and scientific treasury of incomparable value for today’s botanists, anthropologists.

Scholastic's classic story, Miss Rumphius, narrated in Spanish. SUBSCRIBE for more. As a child Great-aunt Alice Rumphius resolved that when. Wonderful general book for growing orchids. Crammed with very useful tips, funny style, it makes the subject (sometimes complex for beginners) easy.

If you are looking for the first book in your orchid library, this is the one. I should had it five years ago when I started, but even today is an excellent purchase for my collection. Just get it/5(). Abstract When Rumphius undertook the task of botanical research in Ambon he set himself the highest standard and he was not put off by innumerable catastrophies and personal tragedies.

The nine-volume Herbarium Amboinense contains descriptions and beautiful illustrations of 35 orchids, many with medicinal : Eng Soon Teoh. Miss Rumphius by Barbara Cooney (Author), - Duration: 🥪 Kids Book Read Aloud: CARLA'S SANDWICH by Debbie Herman and Sheila Bailey - Duration: Rumphius’s biography and Dutch (pre-) colonial botany in the East Indies.

Other important sourc-es on Rumphius in the context of the early history of the VOC are Buijze’s definitive studies (, ), all published in Dutch, and De Wit () and Veldkamp () who studied Rumphius’s role and significance in the early development of.