lec 21 - History of Horticulture: Lecture 21 Lecture 21...

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History of Horticulture: Lecture 21 1 Rebirth of Western Civilization is known as the Renaissance Started in Italy and spread throughout Europe A result of new ways of thinking, philosophy, art, and commerce Brought about a fundamental change between the state and the church Lecture 21 Lecture 21 Renaissance Horticulture La Primavera, 1477–1478, Sandro Botticelli (1445–1510)
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History of Horticulture: Lecture 21 2 Ornithogalum umbellatum star-of-Bethlehem Leonardo de Vinci (1452–1519) Dyers greenwood ( Genista tinctorea ) and oak ( Quercus robur ) Leonardo de Vinci Theoretical basis of ramification Leonardo de Vinci
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History of Horticulture: Lecture 21 3 David by Michelangelo (1475–1564) Creation of Man by Michelangelo Fruit seller 1580 by Vincenzo Campi (1536–1591)
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History of Horticulture: Lecture 21 4 The development of printing led to “how-to-do-it” books on gardens, horticulture, and agriculture. Increase in interest in cultivars
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