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A drawing of the giant snake creature called the Basilisk.

A drawing of the giant snake creature called the Basilisk.

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A drawing of the giant snake creature called the Basilisk.

A drawing of the giant snake creature called the Basilisk.

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"The basilisk is alleged to be hatched by a cockerel from the egg of a

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The basilisk and the weasel, in a print attributed to Wenceslas Hollar. The cockatrice (pictured) became seen as synonymous with the basilisk when the " ...

Magical Creatures of the Ancient World

The basilisk is first and foremost a snake, born from the blood of Medusa as were all venomous snakes. It is found in the North African deserts – its very ...

Tuesday, 21 August 2012

City seal of Zwolle from 1295 with the Archangel Michael killing a basilisk

Basilisk

BEWARE THE BASILISK, O KNIGHT!

Basilisk. I'm sure Harry Potter fans aren't going to be too happy using

A basilisk. “

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The Basilisk A Symbol of Lust, Treachery and Disease, Especially Syphilis.

An illustration of Fawkes attacking the Basilisk.

Few creatures have struck more terror into more hearts for longer than the basilisk: a crested snake, hatched from a cock's egg, that was widely believed to ...

Often confused with the Basilisk is the Cockatrice, though both are said to be born from the merging of serpent and rooster. The Cockatrice is said to hatch ...

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Of course, "release the Cetus" doesn't seem to be quite badass

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This creature looks nothing like the giant serpent in the "Harry Potter" movies; the original creature, which people actually believed in, looks so comedic ...

Despite the butch appearance of a mane, the Chimera is actually a girl. Don

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A putto kills a basilisk, symbolic of Swedish occupiers and Protestant heresy, on the Mariensäule, Munich, erected in 1638.

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I thought it was a strange new creature I had never seen before. Maybe the first confirmed sighting of a Basilisk ...

“There is the same power [the deadly stare] also in the serpent called the Basilisk. It is produced in the province of Cyrene, being not more than twelve ...

The thing that lives in the castle is an ancient creature we spiders fear above all others.

large.dossier_BasiliskTorn.jpg.57c2a6c83

Fantastic mythical creature, a basilisk-drake sea monstewr, vintage engraving, year 1598

Chinese New Year Special: Wild horses being dragged back from the edge

This Chupacabra looks as if it's a mix between a porcupine, hyena, and a

An illustration of Fawkes

The Basilisk (Scientific Name: Draco basiliskos) and Cockatrice (Scientific Name: Gallicus halitosis) became known as the same creatures ...

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Sea serpent

19th-Century engraving of a spotted amphisbaenian Amphisbaena fuliginosa from Trinidad

Larger image available

Harry Potter: The Creature Vault book cover

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The basilisk is a legendary reptile said to be “king of the serpents or snakes”. Allegedly it was hatched by a cockerel from the egg of a serpent or toad ...

The life cycle of the basilisk is involved and complicated. The Egyptians believed it to be born from the egg of the ibis, while Neckham blames chickens.

Artwork by Guillem H. Pongiluppi

Basilisk lizard runs on water to catch a butterfly, Rate My Science

Drawing from the Imagination: Mythological Creatures in Star Wars, Part 1 | StarWars.com

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