Dragon Travel Mug
Smaug, Jörmungandr, and Viserion have nothing on these beasts. Dragons were commonly featured in encyclopedic works of the 1600-1700s, like the ones in our Research Library. As people were learning about the animals and plants found throughout the world, illustrations of dragons existed in the same pages alongside realistic horses, oxen, snakes, birds, and many other common animals. Earlier writings suggested the existence of these fanciful animals, and those mistaken ideas were simply replicated in these encyclopedic works.