Linnaeus: The Compleat Naturalist
New edition of Blunt's 1971 title. Celebrates the father of modern taxonomy, the man who invented the system of giving living organisms two Latin names. This volume charts the rise of Carl Linnaeus from poor student at Lund University in Sweden to Professor of Medicine at Uppsala and founder of the Royal Academy of Sciences.
'All-in-all, this is a most compleat and complete revision, a classic biography that no library or enthusiast of botanical history can afford to be without. Get the new edition, but do hang on to the old.' Rudolf Schmid, TAXON
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