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John Bate, How to make flying dragons, From The Mysteries of Nature and Art, 1634

John Bate, How to make flying dragons, From The Mysteries of Nature and Art, 1634

Title page for The Mysteries of Nature and Art by John Bate, one of the most charming of 17th century illustrated technical compendiums. London, 1634

Title page for The Mysteries of Nature and Art by John Bate, one of the most charming of 17th century illustrated technical compendiums. London, 1634

Illustration from the Mysteries of Nature and Art

Illustration from the Mysteries of Nature and Art

John Bate, "How to make Gironells, or fire wheeles", From The Mysteries of Nature and Art, 1634

John Bate, "How to make Gironells, or fire wheeles", From The Mysteries of Nature and Art, 1634

John Bate, "Another manner of forcing water, whereby water from any spring may be forced unto the top of a hill", From The Mysteries of Nature and Art, 1634

John Bate, "Another manner of forcing water, whereby water from any spring may be forced unto the top of a hill", From The Mysteries of Nature and Art, 1634

Soulcraft: Crossing into the Mysteries of Nature and Psyche/Bill Plotkin

Soulcraft: Crossing into the Mysteries of Nature and Psyche/Bill Plotkin

John Bate, "How to make a light burne under the water, being a very pretty conceypt to take fish", From The Mysteries of Nature and Art, 1634

John Bate, "How to make a light burne under the water, being a very pretty conceypt to take fish", From The Mysteries of Nature and Art, 1634

bate-secondbook-titlepage-bw by jwyg, via Flickr

bate-secondbook-titlepage-bw by jwyg, via Flickr

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bate-herculesanddragon-bw by jwyg, via Flickr

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