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PSM V70 D503 Showing the apple tree and variations of it.png

Fig. 2. Fac-simile of an illustration of Bock (1587) showing the apple-tree, known variations of its fruit including the ‘sheep's nose (gilliflower), death's head and the serpent,’ alluding of course to its supposed relation to the fall of man.