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Presented By: Medieval and Early Modern Studies (MEMS)

The Premodern Colloquium. Visual Itineraries in Seventeenth-Century Natural History: Juan Eusebio Nieremberg’s Historia naturae (1635)

José Ramón Marcaida, Instituto de Historia CSIC, Madrid

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In this paper I will present some aspects of my current research on an intriguing set of early modern natural historical images: the woodcut illustrations featured in the treatise Historia naturae, maxime peregrinae by the Spanish Jesuit scholar Juan Eusebio Nieremberg, published in Antwerp in 1635. In particular, I will explore the “visual itineraries” created by some of these images as they were appropriated by other scholars and artists and began to circulate via different media.
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