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Where the Gods Reign is a complete anthropological overview of the Amazon rainforest ecosystem, containing chapters on rivers, ethnic groups, cultural activities, rubber and coca plants, drugs and medicines, and others. Beautiful photographs taken by Dr. Schultes during the ‘40s and ‘50s are accompanied by explanatory text, providing a vivid illustration of the evolutionary relationship between mankind and the biomes within which we live. Richard Evans Schultes is considered the father of modern ethnobotany and this text, a companion to Vine of the Soul, is a classic in the field.
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Richard Evan Schultes is Jeffrey professor of Biology and Director of the Botanical Museum of Harvard University (Emeritus). A botanical explorer, ethnobotanist and conservationist, he is a member of the National academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Linnean Society of London and several Latin American Academies.Review:
"Richard Schultes is a true ethnobotanist, the incarnation and almost the inventor of this discipline ... Where the Gods Reign is a picture book, ... of great beauty and tranquillity ... full of fascinating information." --Sir John Hemming, Times Literary Supplement
"Where the Gods Reign is a magnificent book by one of the greatest Amazon explorers of this century -- a must for the library of any Amazon oriented person." --Sir Ghillean Prance, Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew.
"The numerous photographs are at once spectacular, beautiful, fascinating, and of excellent quality ... It is likely that only Professor Schultes has had or ever will have the resources to produce such ... a remarkable book." --Willard Van Adsall, Journal of Ethnobiology
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Book Description Synergetic Press, 2018. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110907791131
Book Description Synergetic Press, 2018. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB00POEY3OQ