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ISTITUZIONI E FONTI I CATALOGHI BOTANICI DEL GIARDINO DI VILLA LA LOGGIA FRA TRADIZIONE ED INNOVAZIONE

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This article examines the nature of the Florentine garden of the villa La Loggia, property of Marchese Niccolo Panciatichi, with the benefit of the discovery of the first manuscript catalogue describing the botanical collection of the nobleman. The author reconstructs the events that led this garden to become a trait d'union between tradition and innovation in the botanical field, with particular regard for the new species introduced from Abysinnia by the English explorer James Bruce and entrusted to the care of the gardener and botanical experimenter Giuseppe Piccioli, who belonged to a true dynasty of gardener-botanists, and was responsible for the second catalogue of the garden in 1783.

Affiliations: 1: Universit Internazionale dell'Arte di Firenze

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1999-01-01
2016-12-03

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