Synonyms for illustratae or Related words with illustratae

observationibus              praesertim              typis              commentatio              edidit              impensis              selectae              descripsit              variarum              annotationes              sumptibus              berolini              observationes              historiam              commentariorum              iconibus              dissertationes              illustravit              specierum              complectens              recensuit              lectionum              aliorumque              quibusdam              accedunt              descriptionibus              germanicae              recentiorum              explicatio              sistens              continens              veteris              supersunt              commentationes              collegit              scripturae              medicorum              antiqui              opuscula              animadversiones              opusculum              locis              principatus              tomus              lipsiae              breviter              praecipue              auctore              philosophicae              regionum             



Examples of "illustratae"
"Danorum Regum heroumque Historiae stilo eleganti a Saxone Grammatico natione Zialandico necnon Roskildensis ecclesiae praeposito, abhinc supra trecentos annos conscriptae et nunc primum literaria serie illustratae tersissimeque impressae."
He wrote and illustrated "Commentatio de Lemna". Altdorfii et Norimbergae (1801), "Icones Cimicum descriptionibus illustratae". Erlangen 1800-1811 and some short papers.
Also worth mentioning are his botanical publications that include "Hydrooeconomgania" and "Chylosophiae academicae artis Aesculapiae novis astris illustratae tomi duo" which appeared respectively in 1640 and 1648.
He also wrote an ecclesiastic rhetoric: "Rhetoris Christiani partes septem: exemplis cum sacris tum philosophicis illustratae. Nunc primum in lucem prodeunt". Lyon, Sumptibus Horatij Cardon, 1619, [24], 391 p.; reedited in Amberes, 1659.
Klug J.C.F (1845) Symbolae physicae, seu icones et descriptiones insectorum quae ex itinere per Africam borealem et Asiam occidentalem Federici Guilelmi Hemprich et Christiani Godofredi Ehremberg medicinae et chirurgiae doctorum studio novae aut illustratae redierunt. Bero, Mittler. Berlin
First described by the botanist J.J.H. de Labillardiere in 1805 as "Azorella compressa" in the work "Novae Hollandiae Plantarum Specimen", it was later reclassified as "Trachymene compressa" by Kurt Polycarp Joachim Sprengel in 1818 in "Species Umbelliferarum minus cognitae illustratae". It was finally added to the "Platysace" genera by C. Norman in 1939 in the "Journal of Botany, British and Foreign".
He was the author of the first systematic Czech grammar (Grammaticae Bohemicae ad leges naturalis methodi conformatae et notis numerisque illustratae ac distinctae libri duo, 1603). He also drew attention to Slovak as a distinct language and suggested Slovaks to cultivate their language.
"Astrantia carniolica" was originally described and published by Franz Xavier von Wulfen in 1778, in Volume 31 of 'Florae Austriacae, sive plantarum selectarum in Austriae archiducatu sponte crescentium, icones, ad vivum coloratae, et descriptionibus, ac synononymis illustratae.' (commonly known as Fl. Austriac. (Jacquin)).
He was an eminent coleopterist co-operating with Carl Henrik Boheman and Leonard Gyllenhaal. Schönherr wrote "Genera et species curculionidum, cum synonymia hujus familiae,specie novae aut hactenus minus cognitae, descriptionibus a dom. Leonardo Gyllenhal, C. H. Boheman; et entomologis aliis illustratae." Paris, Roret. (1833-1845) in which many new species were described.
In his own time, Revius was not popular and he was mostly known for his controversial writings and his history of Deventer; "Daventriae illustratae" (1651). Today, he is one of the few 17th century Dutch poets whose work is still being read and sung. "Het Liedboek voor de Kerken", the most commonly used hymn book in the Netherlands, features seven of his poems in modernized spelling.
Smith and Sowerby's partnering was not their only one, other early publication of Smith's descriptions with Sowerby plates, included "Icones pictae plantarum rariorum descriptionibus et observationibus illustratae" during 1790-93 and A Specimen of the Botany of New Holland, a survey of exotic species found in the new colonies of Australia. However, the first four volumes of "English Botany" came to be misattributed due to a request by Smith to remain anonymous on the title. Sowerby's name as the publisher, with a credit to himself as illustrator, allowed those enamoured by the novelety of his illustrations to perpetuate this misnomer. The title is still given in book sales as "Sowerby's".
Later he became a chemistry and natural history teacher at the military school in Schloss Karlberg, where he received in 1805 the title of professor. Quensel wrote the largest part of the text of the first four volumes of the book " Svensk Botanik" (Swedish Botany) (1802–1843) with copper plates by Johan Wilhelm Palmstruch. He wrote also the text of the first volume of " Svensk Zoologi" in English SwedishZoology (1806–1809)and parts of Carl Johan Schönherr's "Genera et species curculionidum, cum synonymia hujus familiae,specie novae aut hactenus minus cognitae, descriptionibus a dom. Leonardo Gyllenhal, C. H. Boheman; et entomologis aliis illustratae"
In preparation for his work on the Vatican Council he first edited the "Acta et Decreta sacrosancti oecumenici Concilii Vaticani" (Freiburg im Br., 1890), the seventh volume of the "Acta et Decreta sacrorum Conciliorum recentiorum" in the "Collectio Lacensis". This was followed by "Constitutiones Dogmaticae "s. oecumenici Concilii Vaticani ex ipsis ejus actis explicatae atque illustratae" (Freiburg im Br., 1892). The publication of his "Geschichte des vaticanischen Koncils von seiner ersten Ankundigung bis zu seiner Vertagung, nach den authentischen Dokumenten dargestellt" was continued after the author's death by his fellow Jesuit Konrad Kirch. Two volumes of this work, which the author himself prepared for the press, were issued in 1903 at Freiburg im Breisgau, the first dealing with the preliminary history and the second with the proceedings of the council to the end of the third public sessions. The third and last volume was published in 1906 and treats of the final proceedings. The unabridged text of the acts of the council, especially of the discourses delivered in the general congregations, was laid before the public.