1. Used extensively in European countries, especially France and Malta.
2. First used in 1583.
3. I could have been named after it.
4. Is it an illusion?
5. for Larks it's alluring.
Quite right Martine it's a lure for attracting larks.It is spun and looks to larks like a pool of water, they flock to it for a drink, trapped, popped in a pie
C'est le haut d'un ancien miroir aux alouettes, normalement mécanique? Gros bisous Bill et Maria
Thank you for writing, there's a lot about Nocton in my memoir inc. a staff picture , are you in it? If so, where? Enjoy the books. Best wishes. Bill
Dr Larkworthy,I have just heard about your books and have ordered them .I believe we served together at NoctonMay you be ingoodhealth,they were good days
Dar Anonymous, If you like the wy it was written you should try my books DOCTOR LARK - th benefits of a medical education and Sin,Sex,Scandal etc.
Elizabeth -- are you a Larkworthy?