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Plate 1.

Surviving specimens from Agostino Scilla’s fossil collection in John Woodward’s cabinet.

Photograph by Eva-Louise Fowler. © 2014. Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge. Reproduced with permission.


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Plate 2.

One of John Woodward’s labels for Agostino Scilla’s specimens.

Photograph by Rosamond Purcell. © 2014. Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge. Reproduced with permission.


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Plate 3.

Francis Barlow, Ostrich and Cassowary, before 1672(?), oil on canvas, each 254 × 122 cm, Clandon Park, near Guildford, Surrey, National Trust (inv. nos. CLA.P.01 and CLA.P.02).

© National Trust Images/John Hammond.


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Plate 4.

Francis Barlow, Ostrich and Cassowary, before 1672 (?), oil on canvas, each 188.6 × 132.7 cm, formerly at Longleat House, near Horningsham, Wiltshire.

Private Collection / Photos © Christie’s Images / Bridgeman Images.


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Plate 5.

Francis Barlow, An Egyptian [Gambo, or Spur-winged] Goose, before 1672, oil on canvas, 91.4 × 106 cm, Buckingham Palace, Royal Collection (inv. no. 403919 [Hampton Court inv. no. 681]).

Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2015.


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Plate 6.

Folding camera obscura in the form of a book, used and owned by Sir Joshua Reynolds, as seen closed. Science Museum, London, T 1875/28.

© Science Museum / Science & Society Picture Library.


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Plate 7.

Folding camera obscura in the form of a book, used and owned by Sir Joshua Reynolds, as seen opened. Science Museum, London, T 1875/28.

© Science Museum / Science & Society Picture Library.


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Plate 8.

Mary Linwood, Napoleon Bonaparte, embroidery, ca. 1825.

© Victoria and Albert Museum, London.


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Plate 9.

Drawing of a waterfall with circular rainbow in the manuscript version of Scheuchzer’s Itinera alpina tria. Royal Society, MS 50, 1: between figs. 16 and 17.

© The Royal Society.


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Plate 10.

Waterfall with circular and normal rainbow. Johann Jakob Scheuchzer, Physica sacra, vol. 1 (Augsburg and Ulm, 1731), plate 66. Zentralbibliothek Zürich.


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Plate 11.

This image from the published herbal makes a contrast with the proof of section 8, table 5 shown in figure 3. It shows both the filling out of the plate (for which no subscriber had been found), the alterations made following Bobart’s corrections, and the additions required at the final stages of preparation to make the plates correspond to the pages of the printed text. Morison, Plantarum historiae pars tertia, ed. Bobart.

Codrington Library, All Souls College, Oxford, shelfmark SR.59.a.45/2.


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Plate 12.

The copper plate from which the illustration of section 8, table 5 was printed.

Sherardian Library of Plant Taxonomy, One of the Bodleian Libraries of the University of Oxford.


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Plate 13.

Morisonian Herbarium, Mor–XII–2: A specimen with annotation in the hand of Jacob Bobart the younger, Smyrnium Creticum perfoliatum, similar but by no means identical to that illustrated by Morison, Plantarum historiae pars tertia, ed. Bobart, section 9, table 4 (engraved by Burghers).

Photograph by Stephen Harris, Department of Plant Sciences, Oxford.


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Plate 14.

Sherardian Herbarium, Sher. 02483. A specimen again annotated by Jacob Bobart the younger (as well as by later hands), which is not wholly dissimilar from that illustrated (from a different specimen) in Morison, Plantarum historiae pars tertia, ed. Bobart, section 8, table 15 (engraved by Burghers): Plantago latifolia-rosea flora expanso (see fig. 8, upper right).

Photograph by Stephen Harris, Department of Plant Sciences, Oxford.


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Plate 15.

Jonathan Richardson the elder (1667–1745), Sir Hans Sloane, 1730, oil on canvas, 236.2 × 144.8 cm. Examination Schools, University of Oxford (OP 91/Isis 2734...

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