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Full page botanical painting of Viola odorata or 'Viola' with a countrywoman gathering plants and a stream with a weir and watermill with smoke coming out of the chimney.   Dioscorides’ ‘De re medica’, by Pietro Andrea Mattioli, Physician of Siena, assembled and illustrated by Gherardo Cibo—ca. 1564-1584.

Full page botanical painting of Viola odorata or 'Viola' with a countrywoman gathering plants and a stream with a weir and watermill with smoke coming out of the chimney. Dioscorides’ ‘De re medica’, by Pietro Andrea Mattioli, Physician of Siena, assembled and illustrated by Gherardo Cibo—ca. 1564-1584.

Additional 22332  Author	Pietro Andrea Mattioli, Physician of Siena, assembled and illustrated by Gherardo Cibo Title	Extracts from an edition of Dioscorides' 'De re medica', Origin	Italy Date	c. 1564-1584 Language	Italian  http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=262&CollID=27&NStart=22332

Additional 22332 Author Pietro Andrea Mattioli, Physician of Siena, assembled and illustrated by Gherardo Cibo Title Extracts from an edition of Dioscorides' 'De re medica', Origin Italy Date c. 1564-1584 Language Italian http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=262&CollID=27&NStart=22332

Full page botanical painting of Callystegia soldanella, labelled 'Soldanella Brassica marina' (Convolvulus or Coastal Bindweed) with men carrying rods and a beach, a port and sailing ships in the background.   Dioscorides’ ‘De re medica’, by Pietro Andrea Mattioli, Physician of Siena, assembled and illustrated by Gherardo Cibo—ca. 1564-1584.

Full page botanical painting of Callystegia soldanella, labelled 'Soldanella Brassica marina' (Convolvulus or Coastal Bindweed) with men carrying rods and a beach, a port and sailing ships in the background. Dioscorides’ ‘De re medica’, by Pietro Andrea Mattioli, Physician of Siena, assembled and illustrated by Gherardo Cibo—ca. 1564-1584.

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