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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, male and female, from the Neapolitanus Dioscurides manuscript, Biblioteca Nazionale di Napoli, early seventh century.
Modern bronze deer statues in Mandraki harbor, where the Colossus of Rhodes may have stood.