Mandrake (Mandragora officinarum), scanned from 15th century manuscript Tacuinum Sanitatis.

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

Mandrakes were often dressed in miniature human clothes and kept in tiny coffins in the home

1485 Mandrake root - good example of a transition from mythical to naturalistic representation

Mandrake

Herball, Generall Historie of Plants by John Gerard, 1597 - Herbs: Friends of Physicians, Praise of Cooks

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palabras mas bonitas del español mandragora

Las palabras más bonitas del español según la BBC

Klimt

Klimt’s 'Medicine', Photo: Imagno, Austrian Archives / Getty Images

De materia medica, MS M.652 fol. 104v - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

Meet the Mandrake, drawn in a book about plants - yes, Harry Potter fans, to medieval folks these were real

Compendium Salernitanum, M.873 fol. 61v - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

- Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

Boyd holbrook

“ “I was enchanted by Boyd when I first met him. (…) To photograph Boyd through the years has been a great joy for me as.

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