Catalog Record: Hortulus; vom Gartenbau. Erstmals veröffentlich von Joachim von Watt (Vadianus | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Hortulus; vom Gartenbau. Erstmals veröffentlich von Joachim von Watt (Vadianus). Herausgegeben, übersetzt und eingeleitet von Werner Näf und Mathäus Gabathuler.

Main Author: Walahfrid Strabo, 807?-849.
Related Names: Gabathuler, Mathäus 1904-, ed. and tr., Näf, Werner 1894-1959, ed. and tr., Vadianus, Joachim 1484-1551.
Language(s): German
Published: St. Galen, Verlag H. Tschudy & Co., 1942.
Subjects: Botany > Pre-Linnean works > Poetry.
Note: Illustrations are redrawings of woodcuts from herbals by Brunfels (1539), Fuchs (1534), and Bock (1551).
Latin transcription and German translation on facing pages.
Title vignette.
At head of title: Walahfrid Strabo.
First edition of Näf's translation, from the Vatican codex 469; plain paper issue, bound as issued in printed boards. Cf. Lawrence (in the Pittsburgh, 1966 ed. of the Hortulus) no. 7.
Physical Description: 146, [1] p. illus., mounted facsim. 27.2 cm.
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