The Rules of Magic, According to the Greatest Fantasy Sagas of All Time
Magic is mysterious and ancient, and its workings are often beyond the understanding of mere mortals. But that doesn’t mean that magic doesn’t have rules.
Pliny the Elder | Natural History, Book 10, 50: "There is a bird of Arabia called the cinnamolgus which makes its nest out of cinnamon twigs; the people of that country knock the birds down with lead-weighted arrows, and use them for trade." | Bestiarius - Bestiary of Ann Walsh (15th c.)
Winged rabbit. Roman naturalist-scholar Pliny the Elder (23-79 AD), documented it in his massive treatise Naturalis Historia - in which he claimed that it inhabited the lofty mountain peaks of the Alps.
Is Reintroducing Acorns into the Human Diet a Nutty Idea?
If harvested sustainably and treated to remove bitter tannins, acorns may once again have a more prominent place in the kitchen. As the world’...
Necklaces Pendants on ArtisanPhotography - DeviantArt
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