Difference between revisions of "Hyssop (Maplet)"

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''Isope'' is an Herbe of meane growth, but of much vertue, and principallye in purging the Lungs. Wherefore in the olde law sayeth ''[[Isidore|Isidor]]'', by a bunch of ''Isope'', they would be counted and reckened cleane.
 
''Isope'' is an Herbe of meane growth, but of much vertue, and principallye in purging the Lungs. Wherefore in the olde law sayeth ''[[Isidore|Isidor]]'', by a bunch of ''Isope'', they would be counted and reckened cleane.
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Latest revision as of 23:17, 29 December 2004

This is the entry for hyssop from Maplet's A Greene Forest.

Of Isope.

Isope is an Herbe of meane growth, but of much vertue, and principallye in purging the Lungs. Wherefore in the olde law sayeth Isidor, by a bunch of Isope, they would be counted and reckened cleane.