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Samuel Colman (American 1832-1920), "The Olive Trees of the Riviera" (from the portfolio, Twenty Original), 1884, 11 x 14.75 in, Etching

Samuel Colman (American 1832-1920), "The Olive Trees of the Riviera" (from the portfolio, Twenty Original), 1884, 11 x 14.75 in, Etching

Basilisk mythology describes this "king of serpents" as a reptilian creature with sometimes rooster-like qualities who is famous for its ability to kill with a single glance. Like its bird-lizard cousin, the Cockatrice, basilisks are said to be born from a union of serpents and roosters.

Basilisk mythology describes this "king of serpents" as a reptilian creature with sometimes rooster-like qualities who is famous for its ability to kill with a single glance. Like its bird-lizard cousin, the Cockatrice, basilisks are said to be born from a union of serpents and roosters.

Haha and scotts a better alpha then you all are :) gotta love the true alpha x

Haha and scotts a better alpha then you all are :) gotta love the true alpha x