Don’t Miss This From the BHL

The Biodiversity Heritage Library is an open access library for biodiversity literature and archives. The BHL currently has over 130,000 thousand volumes and you can learn more about the history of the BHL and the project partners here.

Library assistant Elizabeth Meyer has written a fascinating post about a title that the BHL and MHL share: John Forbes Royle’s 1837 volume, An essay on the antiquity of Hindoo medicine, including an introductory lecture to the course of materia medica and therapeutics, delivered at. King’s College.

You can see more of Royle’s writing in the MHL and see more from the BHL staff on their blog.


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