FINALLY! What is the #Andaman mentioned in Edain McCoy's Sabbath book as mythological being representing Mabon? Polo's Travels mentions the dog-headed barbarians on the island of Angamanain, or the Andaman Islands. For Polo, although these people grow spices, they are nonetheless cruel and "are all just like big mastiff dogs"
Scientist: Otto Brunfels Artist: Hans Weiditz Originally published in: Herbarum Vivae Eicones Pasque Flower
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Borretsch | F II 497: Otto Brunfels, Herbarum vivae eicones, 1530
The Voynich Manuscript
Fragaria. From Herbarum vivae Eicones—first widely read plant book published—by Otto Brunfels. Illustraion by Hans Wieditz, student to Albrecht Durer. 1530.