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Re: "plumed" serpents

My reference that inspired my letter is Hogarth, Peter J. Dragons, "A Jonathan
James Book." Toronto, 1980.
It has a plethera of plumed dragons. Included in it is the original Babylonian
Tiamat and the original ancient Greek Typhon, both of which are feathered
reptilian dragons, Tiamat being the most birdy.
Hope this helps.

Have a nice day!