R/16/1928 – drawing of a dead dog, crown, photo, mandrake-puppet; and notes
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- Object name:
- drawing of a dead dog, crown, photo, mandrake-puppet; and notes
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- Book titles referenced:
- Book authors referenced:
- John Gerarde / Perger / Leunis
- Book locations referenced:
- London 1596
All Dutch is directly translated.
Supplement no. Vi with § 156m: Add to F4: Also the Vitorty-root or all-mans-armour (allium victoralis L.) is used in the preparation of mandrakes. (Perger, 83; Leunis, 789). S.
With § 156n, add to )6: A kirke-plant = the black swallow-root (Asclepias nigre L.) from South Europe: the root of this plant is used to cut amulets from (Leunis, p. 219). A.
With ZE, de aanouncements of H.S. Reuvekamp: meant is the canal Almelo to Nordhorn. See the situation-sketch no. II, § 157a. H.
Add to § 157c, F4: The Kroeze-tree stands on the Fleringer Es. A 1000 year old oak, with nearby a rustic field chapel. In the years 1630-1730 by the tree secret catholic religious practices were held. A.
ZI: add to § 157f, F6: John Gerarde, Herbal, London, 1596. H.
With )2, compare: Devils-cherry, Devils-grape, Devils-orchard, Devils-turnip: = Bryonia dioica L. = Navel du Diable, Hgd.: Teufelsrübe, see sub VII. E.