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Top row- Orchid and Fumitory or Bleeding Heart. Bottom row- Hedera and Iris, illustration from The Book of Simple Medicines by Mattheaus Platearius d.c.1161 c.1470

by Robinet Testard

Top row- Orchid and Fumitory or Bleeding Heart. Bottom row- Hedera and Iris, illustration from The Book of Simple Medicines by Mattheaus Platearius d.c.1161 c.1470 - Robinet Testard
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Top row- Orchid and Fumitory or Bleeding Heart. Bottom row- Hedera and Iris, illustration from The Book of Simple Medicines by Mattheaus Platearius d.c.1161 c.1470 - Robinet Testard

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English: "Top row- Orchid and Fumitory or Bleeding Heart. Bottom row- Hedera and Iris, illustration from The Book of Simple Medicines by Mattheaus Platearius d.c.1161 c.1470" oil on Canvas.
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1470

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Robinet Testard

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