saemea: “ Taunting Gravity Bozeman, Montana, by Larry Blackwood “Crows and ravens are both revered and reviled. They are one of the few avian species to thrive in the presence of man, using intelligence and adaptability to survive. Their feats.
A mummer's mask was worn during the Black Plague primarily by physicians who cared for the dying. It was shaped like a raven's beak and filled with rose or other flower petals to cover the smell of death.