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Mandragora (Mandrake). From the Tacuinum Sanitatis.1474.

More details Illustration from the manuscript Tacuinum Sanitatis detailing the beneficial and harmful properties of Mandrakes. >Mandragora Tacuinum Sanitatis - Plant defense against herbivory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Benjamin Harff's insanely amazing illumination of the Silmarillion. This is just one of the pages and it's astounding!

Title page of hand-illuminated & illustrated copy of "The Silmarillion" (author J. Tolkien), by artist Benjamin Harff. This spectacular work for the entire hand-bound book took Harff a year.

. Botanical and art marvel. This kind of work is amazing.

Mandragora autumnalis double page This is the final painting for a watercolor…

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Detail of illustration of a female mandrake root Hortus Sanitatis, 1491

Mandrake P2 In some areas of Europe, possession of the root was punishable by death. The crushed root was purported to have caused hallucinations followed by a death-like trance and sleep. The root was also said to have caused insanity and was believed to have been used in flying potions Mandrake root makes a powerful addition to any "Binding spell" and works as a great "Witches" protector.

Mandrake P2 In some areas of Europe, possession of the root was punishable by death. The crushed root was purported to have caused hallucinations followed by a death-like trance and sleep. The root was also said to have caused insanity and was believed to have been used in flying potions Mandrake root makes a powerful addition to any "Binding spell" and works as a great "Witches" protector.

Harvesting beets. Notice the wide weave on the basket. The Tacuinum of Rouen - early 15th century

Notice the wide weave on the basket. The Tacuinum of Rouen - early century

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