Natural History of the Bible

Natural History Of The Bible This will be found discussed under the subdivisions SEE BOTANY, SEE ZOOLOGY, etc. We add here a few general treatises on the subject: Scheuzer, Hist. Nat. Biblicer (August. 1731-5, 4 volumes, fol.); Harris, Nat. Hist. of Bible (new ed. Loud. 1833, 12mo); Carpenter, Scripture Nat. Hist. (Londo 1828, 8vo); Simson, Heroglyphica animalium, etc. (Edinb. 1622-4, 4 parts, 4to); Franzius, Animalium Hist. Sacra (Amst. 1643); Bochart, Hierozoicon (L. Bat. 1714, 2 volumes, fol.); Vallesius, Sacra philosophia (Lugd. 1588, 8vo); Ursinus, Arboretum Biblicum (Norimb. 1699, 2 volumes, 8vo); Hiller, Hierophyicon (Traj. 1725, 4to) Celsius, Hierobotanicon (Amst. 1748, 2 volumes, 8vo); Rosenmuller, Bibl. Botany and Mineralogy (transl. from German) (Edinb. 1840, 12mo); Schwarz,

Nat. Hist. of Palest. (in Heb. תּוֹצֶרֹת הָאָרֶוֹ, Jerusalem, 1845, 8vo); Fletcher, Scripture Nat. Hist. (Lond. n.d. 2 volumes, 16mo); Morris, Bible Nat. Hist. (Lond. 1852, 16mo); Young, Scripture Nat. Hist. (new ed. Lond. 1851, 12mo); Duns, Bible Nat. Science (Lond. 1863-5, 2 volumes, 8vo); Tristram, Nat. Hist. of Bible (Lond. 1868, 12mo); "Nat. Hist. of Bible," in Lond. Quarterly, July 1863; "Biblical Botany," in Brit. and For. Evanzg. Rev. January 1864.

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