Plant Names of Medieval England
D.S. Brewer, 1989 - Science - 334 pages
`...compiled with great care, cautious in its claims and rich with suggestions for further scholarship...' NOTES AND QUERIESThe first reference work on the botanical language of the English middle ages to appear in print. Covering approximately 1800 names, applied to some six hundred species, and including over five hundred names not recorded in the OED, it is an indispensable reference work and a comprehensive guide to the bibliography of the subject. Lexicologistswill find a wealth of new material.
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