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Abstract The gardens of the Renaissance are well known for being populated by the gods and settings of Classical mythology — an iconographic tradition that originated in the cult sanctuaries of Ancient Greece and transplanted to Hellenistic and Roman gardens; a tradition of place-making that I...
Abstract Christian Ludwig Krause (1706-1773) died 250 years ago in Berlin. In his time, he was famous for rich plant collections in his garden. Through an interpretation of historical plans and other sources, this paper addresses the setting, design, lifespan and functions of Krause's garden....
Abstract Remarkable studies have been conducted on the movement of plants from the Indies to France and the Jardin du Roi at Paris (today Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle). Researchers have seldom focused in detail on the links between the Île de France (now Mauritius) and the Gardens of...
Abstract This paper aims to contribute to the literature relating to how the designed landscapes of school gardens across the Western world carried the same complex mix of pedagogical, practical, aesthetic, and even moral baggage as the nature study movement. Common to the movements behind...
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