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'''de L'Obel''' was born in Lille, Belgium, and died in England. He was a physician in the Low Countries to William of Orange. Finally he was called to England where he became botanist to James I.
 
'''de L'Obel''' was born in Lille, Belgium, and died in England. He was a physician in the Low Countries to William of Orange. Finally he was called to England where he became botanist to James I.
  
His chief botanical work was ''Stirpium adversaria nova'' (1570). The illustrations had also been used to illustrate the herbals of Dodoens and de l'Ecluse. Finally they were also used again in England in Johnson's editions of Gerard's herbal (1633 1636).
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His chief botanical work was ''Stirpium adversaria nova'' (1570). The illustrations had also been used to illustrate the herbals of [[Dodoens, Rembert 1517-1585|Dodoens]] and [[De L'Ecluse, Charles 1526-1609|de l'Ecluse]]. Finally they were also used again in England in Johnson's editions of [[Gerard, John 1545-1607|Gerard's]] herbal (1633 1636).
  
 
[[Category:6. 16th Century A.D.]]
 
[[Category:6. 16th Century A.D.]]

Latest revision as of 18:44, 8 July 2008

de L'Obel was born in Lille, Belgium, and died in England. He was a physician in the Low Countries to William of Orange. Finally he was called to England where he became botanist to James I.

His chief botanical work was Stirpium adversaria nova (1570). The illustrations had also been used to illustrate the herbals of Dodoens and de l'Ecluse. Finally they were also used again in England in Johnson's editions of Gerard's herbal (1633 1636).