Recollecting the “prodotti vegetali” of the Natural History Museum, University of Florence
A historical perspective is important to fostering relational knowledge and responsible use of plants in entangled local-global trajectories. This article traces the history of the nineteenth-century economic- botany collection originally displayed as the “‘prodotti vegetali”’ in the Royal Museum of Physics and Natural History, Florence (now the Botanical Section of the University of Florence Natural History Museum).
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