Clarence Bicknell (1842-17 July 1918) was a British amateur botanist and archaeologist.While employed as a vicar in Bordighera, Italy, Bicknell became noted for his identification of the plants and petroglyphs of the Ligurian Riviera. Bicknell's notable writings include Flowering Plants of the Riviera and Neighboring Mountains (1885) and Guide to the Prehistoric Rock Engravings of the Italian Maritime Alps (1913). His extensive collection of specimens and illustrations were archived in the Clarence Bicknell Museum in Bordighera and at the University of Genoa. This was the first museum created in Western Liguria.He was a supporter of Esperanto, and wrote and translated poems in that language. In 1912, he was awarded the Natural Flower at the Internaciaj Floraj Ludoj.

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  • Clarence Bicknell (27 de octubre de 1842 - 17 de julio de 1918) fue un matemático, botánico-pteridólogo aficionado, pintor, arqueólogo, coleccionista de arte, esperantista, y filántropo inglés. Era el hijo menor de un acaudalado empresario y coleccionista de arte Elhanan Bicknell. Estudió en la Universidad de Cambridge, se convirtió en pastor anglicano, y al igual que muchos adinerados jóvenes de esa época, viajó por el Grand Tour de Europa y del Imperio. Mientras empleado como vicario anglicano en Bordighera, Italia, Bicknell se hizo conocido por sus identificaciones de plantas y de petroglifos de la ribera mediterránea, y fascinado por la historia natural, pintó más de 300 acuarelas registrando la flora de Liguria. Fue inicialmente un interesado por la lengua artificial volapük, mas luego fue partidario del esperanto, y tradujo y escribió poemas en esa lengua. (es)
  • Clarence Bicknell est un écrivain de langue espéranto. (fr)
  • Clarence Bicknell (1842-17 July 1918) was a British amateur botanist and archaeologist.While employed as a vicar in Bordighera, Italy, Bicknell became noted for his identification of the plants and petroglyphs of the Ligurian Riviera. Bicknell's notable writings include Flowering Plants of the Riviera and Neighboring Mountains (1885) and Guide to the Prehistoric Rock Engravings of the Italian Maritime Alps (1913). His extensive collection of specimens and illustrations were archived in the Clarence Bicknell Museum in Bordighera and at the University of Genoa. This was the first museum created in Western Liguria.He was a supporter of Esperanto, and wrote and translated poems in that language. In 1912, he was awarded the Natural Flower at the Internaciaj Floraj Ludoj. The standard author abbreviation C.Bicknell is used to indicate this individual as the author when citing a botanical name. (en)
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  • Clarence Bicknell est un écrivain de langue espéranto. (fr)
  • Clarence Bicknell (27 de octubre de 1842 - 17 de julio de 1918) fue un matemático, botánico-pteridólogo aficionado, pintor, arqueólogo, coleccionista de arte, esperantista, y filántropo inglés. Era el hijo menor de un acaudalado empresario y coleccionista de arte Elhanan Bicknell. Estudió en la Universidad de Cambridge, se convirtió en pastor anglicano, y al igual que muchos adinerados jóvenes de esa época, viajó por el Grand Tour de Europa y del Imperio. (es)
  • Clarence Bicknell (1842-17 July 1918) was a British amateur botanist and archaeologist.While employed as a vicar in Bordighera, Italy, Bicknell became noted for his identification of the plants and petroglyphs of the Ligurian Riviera. Bicknell's notable writings include Flowering Plants of the Riviera and Neighboring Mountains (1885) and Guide to the Prehistoric Rock Engravings of the Italian Maritime Alps (1913). His extensive collection of specimens and illustrations were archived in the Clarence Bicknell Museum in Bordighera and at the University of Genoa. This was the first museum created in Western Liguria.He was a supporter of Esperanto, and wrote and translated poems in that language. In 1912, he was awarded the Natural Flower at the Internaciaj Floraj Ludoj. (en)
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