Paolo Boccone

Paolo Boccone

Paolo Silvio Boccone (24 April 1633 – 22 December 1704) was an Italian botanist from Sicily, whose interest in plants had been sparked at a young age. Born in a rich family, he was able to dedicate most of his life to the study of botany.

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... (French) L'herbier de Paolo Boccone ((Italian)) Museo di fisica e di esperienze variato e decorato di osservazioni naturali, note medicinali. ...

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