Sgarra Volgarm: Granocchiaia Maschio

Sgarra Volgarm: Granocchiaia Maschio
from Ornithologia methodice digesta...
by Saverio Manetti

metal engraving/etching

Hill Collection — 18th Century

The 18th century saw an increase in ornithological writings and the beginnings of the development of ornithology as a science. It was the century of Carl Linnaeus [1707-1778], the Swedish botanist whose primary work lay in plant systematics. Linnaeus's introduction of a binomial nomenclature to all forms of natural history influenced the thinking and classification schemes of contemporary and future ornithologists. The works of Linnaeus are voluminously represented in Cornell Library's collections.



Online guide developed from:

Ornithology Collections in the Libraries at Cornell University: A Descriptive Guide
Revised Edition, 1999
Ithaca, New York
� 1999 Cornell University Library
Webpage last revised: 6/10/99 by jfc & clsb.