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A type of cupboard used for storing dishware.

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The mandrake is a Mediterranean plant, the Mandragora officinarum. Supposedly when a mandrake was pulled from the ground it would issue a shriek that could kill you or drive you mad.

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A mythical reptile that could kill by looking at someone.

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An exclamation of sorrow, similar to "alas". Early editions of Romeo and Juliet have the word as "welady".

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Phaëton was Phoebus’ son. Phaëton attempted to drive Phoebus’ chariot (the sun) across the sky but lost control. To keep the chariot from scorching the earth, Zeus killed Phaëton.

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The Greek god, also known as Apollo, who drove the sun across the sky.

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Gold coins minted in Venice; also a general purpose name for other European coins. Ducats were used throughout Europe.

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Rose petals compressed into cakes for their perfume.

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Apothecaries often had curiosities on display in their shops.
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