Pliny's Historia naturalis. The Most Popular Natural History Ever Published

  title={Pliny's Historia naturalis. The Most Popular Natural History Ever Published},
  author={E. W. . Gudger},
  pages={269 - 281}
Evolutionary Psychology and Artificial Intelligence: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Human Behaviour
Artificial Intelligence (AI) presents a new landscape for humanity. Both what we can do, and the impact of our ordinary actions is changed by the innovation of digital and intelligent technology. InExpand
Good versus Evil: Representations of the Monstrous in Thirteenth Century Anglo-French Apocalypse Manuscripts
This paper examines one of the oldest ideological conflicts of all time: that between the divine powers of good and evil in the Book of Revelation, as represented in thirteenth century Anglo-FrenchExpand
Sloths of the Atlantic Forest in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The first drawing of the maned sloth is presented, completed 206 years before the official taxonomic description, to validate the first description of the sloth. Expand
A Complete Bibliography of Publications in Isis, 1960{1969
Aborigenes [78]. according [155]. Action [39, 72]. actuelle [87]. actuelles [107, 84]. Acvaghosa [8]. Aegypten [30]. Aether [126]. Agnes [42]. al [11]. Albert [45]. alcune [51]. Algerien [30]. allaExpand
Plinio en España: panorama general
Natural History left prints in Spain in art and language, and above all in scientific  and literary texts of different ages. Divulgation of Pliny’s work is described chronologically throughExpand
Pliny's Defense of Empire
Introduction. 1. The Structure of Pliny's Natural History 2. Plinian Man 3. Pliny's Defense of Empire. Conclusion: Pliny's Redemption
The R oman Ethnozoological Tradition: Identifying Exotic Animals in Pliny's Natural History
It is suggested that the manuscript should be rewritten in a chapters-by- chapters format to facilitate more detailed discussion of the background work and its aims and aims. Expand
Beiträge A–Z
Portentous fantasies : Pliny's representation of the Magi in the Historia Naturalis
This study examines Pliny the Elder's representation of the Mag i in the Historia Naturalis. It seeks to determine not only who the Magi were in Pliny's estimation but also how they were construed inExpand