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Vittoria Feola Elias Ashmole. It accepts original contributions on issues from prehistory to contemporary time, discussed by a sound l erma di bretschneider basis and clear l erma di bretschneider, inserted in the general context of the evolution of human thought and civilization, preferably able to cast new light not only on the past, but also on the present time.
Scientific Committee Corbellini, Gilberto. Van den Tweel, Jan. Editorial Committee Bigotti, Fabrizio. Vittoria Feola is an excellent historian who combines in- tellectual history with the history of science and medicine in the early modern period.
Her work on Elias Ashmole represents a perfect example of the broad understanding of the nature of the history of medicine which l erma di bretschneider Scientiic Committee supports. In this sense, manuscripts and books in ancient and modern lan- guages were as much determinant as the book and the language of the nature themselves.
Elias Ashmole represents a signiicant example l erma di bretschneider how the former factors continued to be crucial in the development of modern science.
I have seen all the manuscripts cited in this book as in all my previous works about Ashmole. Anyone asking for my Bodleian Library attend- ance records and call slips since can check it out. I am, to date, the single author who has published most about Ashmole since Robert heodore Gunther in the s, with l erma di bretschneider items including this book.
A list of my works on Ashmole is in the bibliography.
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I irst encountered Ashmole while researching Freemasonry as an undergraduate in Perhaps involuntarily, this fact has demeaned Ashmole to an al- most insigniicant collector. I thank Fabio Zampieri for suggesting this book series as a suitable it for l erma di bretschneider Quar- tercentenary Biography.
I thank all my Paduan colleagues for so many stimulating conversations, and l erma di bretschneider providing a brilliant academic envi- ronment in which to continue to write about Ashmole while venturing into new ground.
I l erma di bretschneider thank the UL staf in Cambridge for being so helpful, competent, polite, and fun- ny. L erma di bretschneider thank the numerous Oxford Colleges which have let me stay when my sister College, St.
I thank Michael Hunter for his irst encouragement to study Ashmole, a rainy afternoon at Birkbeck many years ago. I thank all previous readers and commentators of my Ashmole work, including my anonymous readers - they are too many to cite!
John Morrill and Scott Mandelbrote have inluenced my way of thinking about Ashmole, seventeenth-century collections, and the realtionship between texts and objects probably more than anybody else.
My numerous students have been asking l erma di bretschneider questions, thus stimulating my Ashmole relections.
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I thank Emma, Michelle, and Neda, for being my life-long friends. His successful life against all the odds is a great tale.
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Tercentenary celebrations for the foundation of the Ashmolean Museum, in Oxford, focussed more on the worth of that institution than on the merits of its founder.
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