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'''Camerarius''' was early attracted to botany and studies at several universities. His father was a celebrated philologist. Camerarius also took a doctor's degree in medicine at Bologna and was acquainted with Andrea Cesalpino. He translated the works of Mattioli. He cultivated a garden containing rare plants supplied by merchants of Nuremberg, his birthplace. His chief work was ''Hortus Medicus et Philosophicus'' (1588). His observations were made in gardens and in wild areas in Germany, Hungary, and Italy.
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'''Camerarius''' was early attracted to botany and studies at several universities. His father was a celebrated philologist. Camerarius also took a doctor's degree in medicine at Bologna and was acquainted with [[Cesalpino, Andrea 1519-1603|Andrea Cesalpino]]. He translated the works of [[Mattioli, Pier Andrea (Matthiolus) 1501-1577|Mattioli]]. He cultivated a garden containing rare plants supplied by merchants of Nuremberg, his birthplace. His chief work was ''Hortus Medicus et Philosophicus'' (1588). His observations were made in gardens and in wild areas in Germany, Hungary, and Italy.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:36, 8 July 2008

Camerarius was early attracted to botany and studies at several universities. His father was a celebrated philologist. Camerarius also took a doctor's degree in medicine at Bologna and was acquainted with Andrea Cesalpino. He translated the works of Mattioli. He cultivated a garden containing rare plants supplied by merchants of Nuremberg, his birthplace. His chief work was Hortus Medicus et Philosophicus (1588). His observations were made in gardens and in wild areas in Germany, Hungary, and Italy.