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- The Necronomicon
- There are those who believe in this grimoire, in its existence and in its potency, and there are those who do not. Those who believe say that this grimoire, originally named Al Azif, and written by Abdul Alhazred around 700 AD, contains the rituals that, if...
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- Wormian bones in osteogenesis imperfecta and other disorders
- Wormian bones are small, irregular bones which are found in the cranial sutures.
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- What is a cabinet of curiosities? 17th century - Olaus Wormius' cabinet of curiosities. Page 6.
- History of the Necronomicon by H.P. Lovecraft
- Dec 4, 2002 After this it is only heard of furtively, but (1228).
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- Max-Planck-Institut für Metallforschung. Historical hair silver. Olaus Wormius.
- The Great Auk, or Garefowl
- The Danish naturalist, Olaus Wormius, gives a figure of this bird. He appears to have drawn it from a living specimen he had obtained from the.
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- También inventa que en 1228 Olaus Wormius tradujo el libro al latín, y que aún quedan algunos ejemplares de ella, los originales en árabe y griego se perdieron.
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- Miskatonic University: Orne Library Special Collections
- Olaus Wormius 1228 A.D.. Available in the Bookstore · Necronomicon Ed.
- Necronomicon by Olaus Wormius
- Necronomicon by Olaus Wormius.
- Olaus Wormius - Sacred Texts
- Funeral Song by Regner Lodbrog. Translated into Latin from the Gothic. by Olaus Wormius.
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