Edited By: Anna Sjögren, Roland Moberg and Annika Windahl Ponten
225 pages, colour photos
The title of this work translates as "Don't let rats and moths ruin..." - these were the last words of Linnaeus to his wife, asking her to take care of his collections.
Published to celebrate the tercentenary of his birth, this book presents the wealth of the Linnaeus collections to be found in Uppsala, Sweden, his personal development, his homes, the gardens and the letters he exchanged with his contemporaries. The lavishly illustrated book includes many pictures from the university art collections and libraries.
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