Florae Romanae prodromus exhibens centurias xii plantarum circa Romam et in Cisapenninis pontificiae ditionis provinciis sponte nascentium sexuali systemate digestas.

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Romae, apud Vinc. Poggioli R.C.A. Typographum, 1818. 8vo (210 x 135mm). pp. xv, (1), 351 with 10 folded engraved plates. Contemporary red half calf, gilt ornamented spine with black gilt lettered label. (Together with:) SEBASTIANI, A. Romanarum Plantarum fasciculus primus & Romanarum Plantarum fasciculus alter. Accedit enumeratio plantarum sponte nascentium in ruderibus Amphitheatri Flavii. Romae, typis de Romanis/ typis Pauli Salviucci et Filii, 1813-1815. 2 parts (all published). 4to (272 x 205mm). pp. 14, with 4 engraved folded plates; pp. (2), 81, with engraved title vignette showing the 'Amphitheatrum Flavium' and 6 (4 folded) engraved plates. Contemporary half calf (covers loose)

Antonio Sebastiani (1782-1821) was an Italian botanist and professor of botany and director of the Rome botanical garden. The second work has a personal dedication of the author to Abbate Scarpellini. The first part of the second work has some damp staining.

Stafleu & Cowan 11.581; 11.579 & 11.580.