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Summary Edit

A page from Sebastian Cabot's journal.

The text reads:

The Horseshoe Crab
Limulus polyphemus
with strangely human eyes
[sketch of horseshoe crab]

The writing below the sketch is Mi'kmaq hieroglyphs.

ešemigwel apš negweš kiškuk delamukteš penegwunenwin

The line translate to part of the Lord's Prayer, specifically: "...as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread..."

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current02:43, November 3, 2013Thumbnail for version as of 02:43, November 3, 20131,366 × 768 (1.29 MB)Tonyfuchs1019 (wall | contribs)A page from Sebastian Cabot's Sebastian Cabot's journal. The text reads: :The Horseshoe Crab :''Limulus polyphemus'' :with strangely human eyes :[sketch of horseshoe ...

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