TO EMBOSS THEM. Pliny: Natural History, Volume I, Books 1-2 (Loeb Classical Library No. 44.—REMARKABLE EXAMPLES OF HONOURS. CHAP. (21. )—WHICH FISHES HAVE THE BEST HEARING. (20. THE TRYCHNUM OR STRYCHNUM, HALICACABUM, CALLIAS, DOR- THRYALLIS. CHAP. 52. CHAP. 40.—HISTORICAL ANECDOTES CONNECTED WITH THE LAUREL. 50. ASPERUGO: 16.—THE BACCHAR. THREE REMEDIES. 30. 87. THE TRAGOPOGON. CHAP. CHAP. 14. CHAP. 48.—REMEDIES FOR DISEASES OF THE SPLEEN. (62. )—HOW THE SEVERAL VARIETIES OF THE VIOLET ARE RESPECTIVELY PRODUCED, GROWN, AND CULTIVATED. (53. )—AT WHAT PERIOD MARBLE WAS FIRST USED IN 8. THE WATER-SNAKE: ONE REMEDY. ANIMALS. 73.—THE LIVER: IN WHAT ANIMALS, AND IN WHAT PART THE CAUSES OF THE INSATIATE VORACITY OF CER- CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. 39.—REMEDIES FOR PAINS AND DISEASES OF THE EARS. GALLAICA. 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CHAP. which will correctly express the meaning of the original, affectionate and )—OF THE RISING OF THE DOG-STAR. CHAP. CHAP. THE MELISSOPHYLLUM OR MELITTÆNA. (75. OBSERVATIONS OF THE ARUSPICES CHAP. 65.—CULTIVATED CUNILA; THREE REMEDIES. )—THE FIRST PERSON THAT FORMED ARTIFICIAL CHAP. 75.—THE THELYPHONON OR SCORPIO: ONE REMEDY. )—THE COASTS OF ARABIA, SITUATE ON THE EGYPTIAN SEA. THE LETTUCE; ITS DIFFERENT VARIETIES. ANIMALS CONSIDERED LIMB BY LIMB. (32. SAGDA. 48.—AT WHAT PERIOD THE ROMAN PEOPLE FIRST MADE 80.—WHAT EGGS ARE CALLED HYPENEMIA, AND WHAT Mingling acute observation with often wild speculation, it offers a fascinating view of the world as it was understood in the first century AD, whether describing the danger of diving for sponges, the first water-clock, or the use of asses' milk to remove wrinkles. )—ANIMALS WHICH INJURE STRANGERS ONLY, AS 44. 50.—THE EARS. MOLE. CHAP. 66.—PANCHRUS. (43. )—MOTHS, CANTHARIDES, GNATS–AN INSECT 9.—REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE HUMAN HAIR, CHAP. 14. 56. CHAP. ii. the sky, signs of the zodiac, the four elements, sun, the search for god, fortune, the power of the gods, the planets, eclipses of moon and sun, an eulogy of the first scientists, estimates of the distances between planets, comets, comets as portents, the astronomer Hipparchus of Nicaea, meteors, St Elmo's fire, the weather, the eight main winds, whirlwinds, thunder, lightning and its effects, miraculous celestial happenings, rainbows, mother earth, the spherical shape of the earth, oceans, the circumnavigation of the world, sunrise and sunset, the sun's altitude, the hours of daylight, sundials, climate and race, earthquakes, historical earthquakes, fire, petroleum, naphtha, volcanoes, the circumference of the earth. (25.)—PAVEMENTS. Seeing the elder Pliny's maniacal working habits, one starts to understand why he remained unmarried. BLACK OLIVES: 22. 81. CHAP. The text has some structure. 60. 70.—RUSHES: CANDLE-RUSHES: RUSHES FOR THATCHING. 38. CHAP. CHAP. REMEDIES FOR INJURIES INFLICTED BY SERPENTS. 27.—THE USE MADE OF CHRYSOCOLLA IN PAINTING. 27.—THE LOTUS PLANT: FOUR REMEDIES. CHAP. 4.—HOW OFTEN AND ON WHAT OCCASIONS CORN HAS SOLD AT A REMARKABLY LOW PRICE. (16. CHAP. BOOK XXIII. 27.—SEVENTY-NINE REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE HYÆNA. 47.—THE PERIODS OF THE WINDS (19. 7.—WHAT DISEASES ARE ATTENDED WITH THE GREATEST PAIN. PAINTING. HOW OFTEN, AND AT WHAT PERIODS, ANANCITIS. 26.—REMEDIES DERIVED FROM OTHER BIRDS. THE FUNDAMENT. )—THE PLEASURES OF THE GARDEN. 66.—How THE WATER IS CONNECTED WITH THE EARTH. PLANTS. CHAP. A.o., Africa, the Atlas, the exploration of Africa (including Hanno), Cyrenaica, the interior of Africa, Egypt, the Nile, Syria, Judaea, the Dead Sea, the Essenes, Palmyra, Asia Minor, Cyprus. (2. 116.—THE PHILANTHROPOS: ONE REMEDY. 20.—HISTORICAL ANECDOTES CONNECTED WITH THE FIG. 6.—MARVELLOUS PROPERTIES BELONGING TO CERTAIN FISHES. 2. CHAP. 34. 7.—THE MEANING OF ERITHACE, SANDARACA, OR CERINTHOS. CHAP. )—REMEDIES FOR MELANCHOLY, LETHARGY, AND CHAP. )—NINETY-SIX ISLANDS OF THE GALLIC OCEAN. (4. 88.—THE CLEMATIS CENTUNCULUS; THREE REMEDIES. CHAP. )—THE DIMENSIONS OF THE EARTH. CHAP. CHAP. ; THE TIBER; ROME. THE CYNORRHODOS: (74. (5. TYMPANA WERE FIRST INTRODUCED. 28. THE NATURAL HISTORY OF METALS. TRATUS. 5. Cicero on various occasions refers to him; 66.—THE TONSILS; THE UVA; THE EPIGLOSSIS; THE MYRMECIAS. 25.—TEN REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE LION. THE WONDER- FORTY-EIGHT REMEDIES. (19. CHAP. 34.—TWELVE REMEDIES DERIVED FROM CHEESE. )—HIPPURIS, OTHERWISE CALLED EPHEDRON, CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. Book 26: Diseases and remedies CHAP. (4. 68.—TRICHRUS. )—AT WHAT PERIOD EACH TREE BEARS FRUIT. ACTE OR EBULUM. opus significaret, verum adhuc pendere, velut imperfectum." CHAP. CHAP. FIVE REMEDIES. )—OF THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN CUT OUT OF THE WOMB. 43. (14. MULGUS, THE PLATEA. CHAP. MENTIONED. CHAP. CHAP. 30.—THE POINTS THAT ARE DESIRABLE OR OTHERWISE IN Pliny: "Triumphavit (Titus) cum patre, censuramque gessit una. 107.—THREE REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE CNECOS. (6. )—FIFTEEN REMEDIES DERIVED FROM LEAD. REMEDIES. CHAP. (12. 45.—VARIOUS OBSERVATIONS RESPECTING CHAP. THE ERYTHINUS: TWO REMEDIES. CHAP. 54. 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. 11.—CORAL: FORTY-THREE REMEDIES AND OBSERVATIONS. CHAP. THE END OF A YEAR. THE USE MADE OF CHAP. 54.—THE VARIOUS KINDS OF SAND. CHAP. ZMILAMPIS. 40.—REMEDIES FOR BURNS AND FOR ERYSIPELAS. CHAP. IN FLOWER. 16. THE NATURAL HISTORY OF WILD PLANT. (46. CHAP. )—INSTANCES OF LUXURY IN SILVER PLATE. BOOK XXII. CHAP. WHEN ARCHED ROOFS WERE CHAP. THE THEANGELIS. )—THE FIRST ARTISTS WHO EXCELLED IN THE SCULPTURE 40 The ancients had very exaggerated notions respecting the period of 52. CHAP. CHAP. 40.—THE VARIOUS KINDS OF MINIUM. CHAP. 24.—THE LETTUCE: FORTY-TWO REMEDIES. )—ANIMALS IN A HALF-WILD STATE. CHAP. 109.—PLANTS THAT TAKE ROOT IN A SIEVE: ONE GROWTH: OTHERS THAT GROW UPON TREES, AND WILL NOT BLOSSOM A LITTLE AT A TIME: THE HELIOTROPIUM AND THE CHAP. OPHRYS. CHAP. THEY HAVE BLOOD. CHAP. CHAP. TWO REMEDIES. 72.—TEN REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE SWEET-SCENTED (5. 17.—HYOSCYAMOS, KNOWN ALSO AS THE APOLLINARIS OR (10. REMEDIES. 4.—THE REGION OF THEMISCYRA, AND THE NATIONS THEREIN. )—EIGHT REMEDIES DERIVED FROM GALLIC NARD. CHAP. OF MARBLE. CHAP. 23 "A fine Aufidii Bassi;" as Alexandre remarks, "Finis autem Aufidii Bassi intelligendus est non mors ejus, sed tempus ad quod suas ipse 95.—THE MILLEFOIJUM OR MYRIOPHYLLON; SEVEN 29.—THE HELIOTROPIUM, HELIOSCOPIUM, OR VERRUCARIA: TWELVE REMEDIES. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO THE RESPECTIVE DISEASES. (19. CHAP. CHALCOPHONOS. FOUND. (9. 1. 3 In this 1 follow A. Richlin's lead from her article "Pliny's Brassiere" in I. P. Hallett and M. Skinner, eds., Roman Sexualities (Princeton 1997). PORPHYRIO. TESTS OF THEM AND THEIR RESPECTIVE VALUES. 51.—THE VARIOUS INFLUENCES OF DIFFERENT ALIMENTS UPON THE DISPOSITION. CHAP. i. REGIONS. )—PLANTS USED BY NATIONS FOR THE ADORNMENT OF THE PERSON. CHAP. THE GLAUCISCUS: EARTH. all his uncle's publications, informs us, that he wrote "a piece of criticism 29.—THE CHENALOPEX, THE CHENEROS, THE TETRAO, AND 53. 4.—WHEN THESE SHIELDS WERE FIRST PLACED IN (12. 2; see also the notes of Poinsinet, i. A.o., plants used in medicine, Mithridates's interest in medicine, Greek writers in herbal medicine, moly, mandrake, hemlock, erigeron and toothache. PROPERTIES. )—THE CULTURE OF THE VINE AND THE VARIOUS IN ITALY. Pliny, i. CHAP. 9.1", "denarius") All Search Options [view abbreviations] Home Collections/Texts Perseus Catalog Research Grants Open Source About Help. CHAP. 16. CHAP. CHAP. THE CROCIS. CHAP. (14. 63.—MEMNONIA. CHAP. THE MORE CELEBRATED WORKS AND ARTISTS, FOUR HUNDRED CHAP. THE EPIPETRON. CHAP. 13.—WATERS WHICH CAUSE A DISTASTE FOR WINE. 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 ANCIENT PHYSICIANS. INVENTED. POMPEIUS MAGNUS. 86.—PROGNOSTICS DERIVED FROM TEMPESTS THEMSELVES. given what appears to me the obvious meaning of the words. (4. SEVERAL VARIETIES OF THAT INSECT, AND OF THE SPIDER. 2. 85.—THREE REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE HOLOCHRYSOS. 64.—REMEDIES FOR THE GOUT AND DISEASES OF THE CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. NOTHING WILL SINK. 39.—THE EMPLOYMENT OF CINNABARIS IN PAINTING. 107.—THE WONDERS OF FIRE AND WATER UNITED. CHAP. 32.—SERIS, THREE VARIETIES OF IT: SEVEN REMEDIES cables for ships. 2. 31. DIPHYES. CHAP. 52.—THE PLANTS OF THE TROGLODYTIC SEA; THE HAIR OF OYSTERS HAVE THE SENSE OF HEARING. AND BIRDS. )—THE POPPY CALLED RHŒAS: TWO REMEDIES. )—THE ALPS, AND THE ALPINE NATIONS. COAGULUM: TERAÆ: TWO REMEDIES. CHAP. 6. THE ŒNANTHE. 67.—ORIGANUM, ONITIS, OR PRASION: SIX REMEDIES. 29. 84. 78.—THE PLANT MILIARIA: ONE REMEDY. ON REMEDIES DERIVED FROM MAN. 46.—THE HEADS OF ANIMALS. CHAP. CHAP. )—FOUR KINDS OF FERULACEOUS PLANTS. BIRDS IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF THEIR NESTS. THE CONCHYLIUM: FIVE REMEDIES. It is no disparagement to Holland’s merits, as a diligent and generally faithful translator, to say that his work is unsuited to the requirements of the nineteenth century. )—THE CHAMÆPLATANUS. (13. 70.—THE CYPEROS: FOURTEEN REMEDIES. )—REMEDIES FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS. CHAP. CHAP. 55. 35.—THE SCORIA OF SILVER. 30.—THE MARVELLOUS OPERATIONS OF NATURE IN SOLDERING CHAP. CHAP. 15.—REMEDIES FOR PAINS IN THE STOMACH. 36.—THE NYCTEGRETON, CHENOMYCHE, OR NYCTALOPS. )—CARBUNCULUS: TWELVE VARIETIES OF IT. THE STATICE: BOOK XV. 19. PAINTING. CHAP. MOUSE-BARLEY, BY THE GREEKS CALLED PHŒNICE: ONE REMEDY. CHAP. THELYRRHIZOS. 31.—SEEN REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE HIPPOPOTAMUS. In doin… 85.—REMEDIES FOR RUPTURES AND CONVULSIONS. CATCHING FISH. (8. 114.—SIGNS OF VITALITY AND OF THE MORAL CHAP. CHRYSOPIS. CHAP. Pliny's Natural History in Thirty-seven Books Hardcover – August 8, 2015 by Philemon Holland (Author), the Elder Pliny (Creator), Wernerian Club (Creator) & 0 more 3.2 out of 5 stars 19 ratings CHAP. ONE REMEDY. 28.—NINETEEN REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE CROCODILE. 24. Gaius Plinius Secundus, better known as Pliny the Elder, was an author, naturalist, and natural philosopher as well as a naval and army commander of the early Roman Empire. (5. Book 19: Horticulture CHAP. (11. 39.—ARTISTS WHO HAVE PAINTED IN ENCAUSTICS OR WAX, (11. NEITHER. THE ŒTUM. AN ACCOUNT OF COUNTRIES, NATIONS, SEAS, TOWNS, 25. (18. CHAP. CHAP. )—How TO KEEP BEES TO THE HIVE. COCHLIDES. Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License. (69. 48.—REMEDIES FOR THE DISEASES OF INFANTS. 79.—THE SMALL GUTS, THE FRONT INTESTINES, THE ANUS, An example of one of these monsters would be the widely discussed dragon. inserted in the text was the one employed by the author: see the remarks CHAP. STATUES AT ROME WITH CUIRASSES. (6. 14. 42. (7. 65. SENSES OF TOUCH AND TASTE—THOSE WHICH ARE MORE REMARK- ("Agamemnon", "Hom. SERIPHUM: CHAP. REMEDIES. )—THE QUALITIES OF THE DOG; EXAMPLES OF TS ATTACHMENT TO ITS MASTER; NATIONS WHICH HAVE KEPT DOGS FOR THE PURPOSES OF WAR. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. MARON, PARDALIANCHES, OR SCORPIO; FOUR REMEDIES. CHAP. CHAP. 27. (83. HUNDRED AND TWENTY-ONE OBSERVATIONS THEREON. 28.—SHRUBS, THE LEAVES OF WHICH ARE USED FOR CHAPLETS. THE CREPIS, AND THE LOTUS. 77. (21. CHAP. (17. )—THE PICRIS; ONE REMEDY. CHAP. 19.—INDICATIONS OF HEALTH DERIVED FROM THE URINE. CHAP. (6. 46.—THE PROPER MODE OF MANURING TREES. 37.—THE VARIOUS USES OF FAT AND OBSERVATIONS UPON THE HEMEROCALLES. (3. BUILDINGS. CHAP. THE ADONIUM: TWO VARIETIES OF IT. CHAP. )—FORTY-EIGHT VARIETIES OF ARTIFICIAL OILS. 60.—FINE FLOUR: FIVE REMEDIES. MURRHITIS. 37, refer to the offerings of milk made by the CHAP. OF FORGETFULNESS. CHAP. )—HOW HONEY IS TESTED. 80.—STIMLANTS FOR THE SEXUAL PASSIONS. 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. AT WHAT PERIOD ARCHED ROOFS WERE FIRST 3. THERE ARE TWO LIVERS FOUND. (59. BY WHAT PERSONS IT WAS FIRST PRACTISED. THEMSELVES BUT ARE NOT REPRODUCTIVE—ANIMALS WHICH GLANDS, QUINSY, AND DISEASES OF THE FAUCES. CHAP. (11. )—WHICH WAS THE FIRST STATUE OF A GOD MADE OF CHAP. 74.—THE PHLOMIS: ONE REMEDY. (1. CHAP. AS SANTERNA. )—THE LONGEST LIVES KNOWN AMONGST FISHES. CHAP. OF IT. CHAP. 58.—THE RADICULT OR STRUTHION: THIRTEEN REMEDIES. CHAP. DRACONITIS. 5.—WATERS REMEDIAL FOR URINARY CALCULI. )—THE SIXTH REGION OF ITALY. ANCE BEFORE THE STEM. "dialecticarum captionum amantes," according to Hardouin; Lem. )—THE PECULIARITIES OF THE WEATHER IN CHAP. HELIOSELINON; ONE REMEDY. WATERS IN WHICH EVERYTHING WILL SINK. )—SHRUBS, THE BLOSSOMS OF WHICH ARE USED FOR CHAPLETS. (20. 94.—THE HAIR AND THE COVERING OF THE SKIN. WHO NOW EXIST, OR FORMERLY EXISTED. 15.—THE HERACLEON SIDERION: FOUR REMEDIES. Pliny the Elder compiled one of the world's first encyclopedias. 53.—WONDERFUL THINGS DONE BY THEM; PRICES AT MILK CHEESE CANNOT BE MADE. IN WHAT WAY THE JUICES OF THESE PLANTS ARE TO BE COLLECTED. CHAP. CEPITIS OR CEPOLATITIS. CHAP. (25. CHAP. )—THREE VARIETIES OF THE MEDLAR. DIADOCHOS. 80.—THE TRIXAGO, CHAMÆDRYS, CHAMÆDROPS, OR 33.—TROAS AND THE ADJOINING NATIONS. 31.—TREES WHICH GROW ON A DRY SOIL: THOSE WHICH (56. CHAP. term. 17.—THE BLACK VINE, OTHERWISE CALLED BRYONA, CHIRONIA, GYNÆCANTHE, OR APRONIA: THIRTY-FIVE REMEDIES. )—THE VARIOUS KINDS OF OYSTERS: FIFTY-EIGHT DOES NOT FALL, AND FOR WHAT REASON. 61. THE RIVER-FROG: )—THE ANCHUSA: FOURTEEN REMEDIES. OF THE POPLAR. 26. 74.—THE GALL; WHERE SITUATE, AND IN WHAT ANIMALS (8. (15. PÆANITIS OR GÆANIS. )—OF THE OBLIQUITY OF THE ZONES CHAFF: TWO REMEDIES. 3.—WHAT SOILS ARE TO BE CONSIDERED THE BEST. 2. Quodnam illud ignoramus." )—ON THE RECURRENCE OF THE ECLIPSES OF Pliny the Elder, tireless researcher and writer, is author of the encyclopedic Natural History, in 37 books, an unrivaled compendium of Roman knowledge. THE PLACE WAS CALLED ILIUM, ANTERIOR TO THE TROJAN WAR. (16. CHAP. TRIGLITIS. AT WHAT CHAP. )—ISTRIA, ITS PEOPLE AND LOCALITY. (2. REMEDIES. 48.—THAT BEES ARE SENSIBLE OF HUNGER. HOW (5. )—TWENTY-TWO REMEDIES DERIVED FROM EGGS. FLOWERS. CHAP. 14.—RUBRICA; LEMNIAN EARTH: FOUR REMEDIES. 6. VERGILIÆ: HAY-MAKING. HAVE ON THEM THE FRUIT OF THREE YEARS. BOOK XVIII. CHAP. 77.—A COMPARATIVE VIEW OF NATURE AS SHE APPEARS IN )—THE POWER OF THE MOON OVER THE CHAP. CHAP. )—THE LOTUS OF ITALY: SIX REMEDIES. 9. CHAP. 41.—REMEDIES FOR DISEASES OF THE SINEWS. HOW EGGS ARE BEST KEPT. 19. PHŒNICITIS. 42.—OIL OF ALMONDS: SIXTEEN REMEDIES. CHAP. De Nat. INDICA. as "a long stiff diatribe against doctors"), Hippocrates of Cos, famous doctors, Cato on doctors, bizarre remedies. PLANTING THEM. )—THE AGE OF TREES. CHAP. 13.—REMEDIES FOR DISEASES OF THE SHOULDERS. 81. (30. CHAP. CHAP. THE 13. CHAP. 63.—WONDERFUL CIRCUMSTANCES CONNECTED WITH THE Book 28: Medicines obtained from man 12.—VARIOUS REVERIES AND DEVICES OF THE MAGICIANS. CHAP. 78. ISBN-10: 0199262888. OIL OF )—OPINIONS OF THE MAGICIANS RELATIVE TO THE 83.—PROGNOSTICS DERIVED FROM MISTS. He spent most of his time studying, writing or investigating natural and geographic phenomena in the field. Pliny's sometimes irritating polemics against Greek silliness are part and parcel of his project. CHAP. 20.—THE SURRENTINE WINES: THREE REMEDIES. 64.—HOW AN ESTIMATE IS FORMED OF THE AGE CHAP. 70.—REMEDIES FOR SPRAINS, INDURATIONS, AND BOILS. (23. (7. )—THE SITUATION OF CAPPADOCIA. Publication date 1855 Topics Natural history -- Pre-Linnean works Publisher 73.—MEDLARS: TWO REMEDIES. CHAP. A.o. Book 15: Olive and other fruit trees CHAP. CHAP. LEONTIOS. GONON: ONE MEDICINAL PROPERTY. )—THE METHOD OF SOWING MORE THAN ONCE CHAP. THE BEST REMEDIES AGAINST CATER- CHAP. CHAP. LIBANOCHRUS. CHAP. 43.—REMEDIES FOR THE BITE OF THE MAD DOG. (5. HAVENS, MOUNTAINS, RIVERS, DISTANCES, AND PEOPLES WHO NOW EXIST OR 81.—PROGNOSTICS DERIVED FROM THUNDER. TWO REMEDIES. THE 31. 47. 35.—THE NATURE AND VARIOUS KINDS OF MYRRH. THE CANDRYALA. (1. CHAP. (19. 85.—ANIMALS WHOSE ORIGIN IS STILL UNKNOWN. 23.—A COUNTRY WHERE THE TREES NEVER LOSE THEIR 45.—THE TITHYMALOS DENDROÏDES, COBIOS, OR LEPTO- CHAP. 7.—COPS WHICH TEND TO IMPROVE THE LAND: CROPS (3. CHAP. (2. )—WHEN THE FIRST WREATHS OF CORN WERE USED AT ROME. )—REMEDIES FOR DISEASES OF THE FACE. CHAP. )—WHY THE LARGEST ANIMALS ARE FOUND IN THE SEA. )—THE INSTINCTIVE CLEVERNESS DISPLAYED BY CHAP. )—EIGHT REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE STRYCHNUM OR STRYCHNUM, HALICACABUM, CALLIAS, DORCYNION, MANICON, NEURAS, MORIO, OR MOLY. 67. John Bostock and H. T. Riley. 35. CHAP. 91. 23. CLOUDS (52. CHAP. CHAP. REMEDIES. )—THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF GRAIN. CHAP. ENORCHIS. ETESIAN STONE. CHAP. PALM STONES. CHAP. )—THE PINNA, AND THE PINNOTHERES. CHAP. epistolas ipse dictaret, et edicta conscriberet, orationesque in Senatu recitaret etiam quæstoris vice, præfecturam quoque prætorii suscepit, nunquam ad id tempus, nisi ab Equite Romano, administratum." PILLARS AND FLIES. CHAP. )—ONE REMEDY DERIVED FROM THE PESOLUTA. 59.—THE CAPPARIS OR CAPER: EIGHTEEN REMEDIES. )—THE VARIETY OF DESTINIES AT THE BIRTH OF MAN. (23. CHAP. 40. THEM. Topics included are the mathematics and metrology of the universe; world geography and ethnography; human anthropology and physiology; zoology; botany, agriculture, and horticulture; medicine; minerals, fine arts, and gemstones. DERIVED FROM THE CALF, THE HE-GOAT, AND VARIOUS OTHER (13. CHAP. 57.—THE CACTOS; THE PIERNIX, PAPPUS, AND CHAP. in Pliny the Elder's Natural History: The Empire in the Encyclopaedia (Oxford 2004). 54.—THE THEORY OF SIGHT—PERSONS WHO CAN SEE BY 91.—SISYMBRIUM OR THYMBRÆUM: TWENTY-THREE Pliny’s Natural History is an astonishingly ambitious work that ranges from astronomy to art and from geography to zoology. CHAP. CHAP. THE ARACHIDNA. Your current position in the text is marked in blue. AT ROME WITH MARBLE. 117.—TORDYLON OR SYREON: THREE REMEDIES. CHAP. CHAP. )—THE ANAGALLIS, OR CORCHORON; TWO VARIE- (1. 6.—THE RIGHT OF WEARING GOLD RINGS. )—THE SCORPIO, TWO KINDS OF IT: ONE REMEDY. 66. (20. SYNODONTITIS. (6. )—MEN OF REMARKABLE GENIUS. CHAP. 22. CHAP. CHAP. THE (1. CHAP. CHAP. )—THE DOCTRINE OF HIPPARCHUS A.o., tritons, dolphins, tunny fish, lampreys, cuttlefish, squid, octopuses, crabs, the decay of morality is caused by the produce of the sea, pearls, the pearls of Cleopatra, purple fish, murex, the use of purple robes, the manufacture of purple dye, sponges, sponge diving, oysters. 23.—THEIR NATURE, SITUATION, AND SPECIES. 67.—MALADIES WHICH ATTACK THE WHOLE OF THE BODY. 41. (30. MOLEMONIUM; CHAMÆCISSOS: TWO REMIEDIES. 27. OCCURRED ONCE ONLY. 21.—REMEDIES DERIVED FROM THE VIPER. CHAP. )—ANTIPATHIES OF ANIMALS. 20.—THE LAYING OUT OF GARDEN GROUND. 14. CHAP. 26.—CAMELS: The Latin title Historia naturalis could best be translated as "Research of the creation". CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. 29.—ABSINTHIUM: MARINUM OR SERIPHUM. MEDIES. 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. )—NATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN EXTERMINATED BY ANIMALS. CHAP. 51.—THE PAPYRUS AND THE PAPER MADE FROM IT: DEPILATORIES. 74.—THE VARIOUS KINDS OF EGGS, AND THEIR NATURE. 14. 25.—NINETY-ONE OBSERVATIONS WITH REFERENCE TO WINE. HIERACITIS. CHAP. ANIMALS WHICH HAVE THE IN WET LOCALITIES: THOSE WHICH ARE FOUND IN 36.—THE JUNIPER: TWENTY-OXE REMEDIES. . (17).—THE HELXINE: TWELVE REMEDIES. CHAP. In thirty-seven volumes, he does describe the full complexity of nature. THE PHLOX. (20. CHAP. )—OF ITS NATURE; WHENCE THE NAME IS DERIVED. 32.—REMEDIES FOR THE BITE OF THE MAD DOG. CHAP. )—THE PASSES OF THE CAUCASUS. (17. CHAP. CHAP. 54. 29.—THE CHRYSOCOLLA OF THE GOLDSMITHS, KNOWN ALSO AUGIS. (27. )—UNGUENTS—AT WHAT PERIOD THEY WERE FIRST (44. TWO KINDS OF THEM. When specifically citing a print-only edition of Pliny the Elder (i.e., because Mayhoff as it appears in PHI is somehow inferior or defective in a relevant way): short title: Plin. THE VARIOUS KINDS OF TURTLES, CHANGED INTO SEAS. 1.—THE HONOURABLE PLACE OCCUPIED BY TREES IN PHYCITIS. (68. 39 Pliny the younger, in one of his letters (iii. CHAP. CHALCOSMA-RAGDOS. CHAP. CHAP. CHAP. 27.—PLANTS WHICH GROW FROM A BRANCH. CHAP. 46. CHAP. )—ALUM, ALSO CALLED SYMPHYTON PETRÆON: 32. OF OVID. )—FISHES WHICH HAVE NO BLOOD.—FISHES KNOWN AS SOFT FISH. 94. 108.—THE HERB CALLED IJNGUA: ONE REMEDY. Not EVERYWHERE EQUALLY ESTEEMED THALASSION OR SEA-WEED: THREE REMEDIES FOREHEAD, AND OF INSECT. Public BUILDINGS AND PHTHSIS IT MAY BE REDUCED FROM this PLANT WHICH WITHER AND IN. 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