left Dictys Cretensis, full page woodcut on the reverse of the titlepage, of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. 1520

right upper the Garden of Eden from Sylvester's Poems of 1641.
a wonderful but controlled scattering of the species. Compare with the image to the left...

right beneath from R.Beverley, The History of Virginia, 1722 with a demonstration of Native American mother and child bonding ; in the middle of the single image the baby is parked while the mother winnows chaff or whatever. Probably a healthy practice but it does look like an Inn Sign. The information is set within a continuous landscape. The publication was originally in three parts, of which this is from Book 3.