[Sca-cooks] köl samen

Volker Bach carlton_bach at yahoo.de
Sat Jun 18 13:41:14 PDT 2011

I can't say I've encountered them, but my guess is:

kölsamen, literally cabbage seed, are most likely seeds of a brassica  variety relateds to modern rapeseed (canola). Some brassica varieties back then produced oilseeds, if I can trust my Geschichte der Nutzpflanzen in Deutschland.

beneben looks to me like a combination of be(i) and neben, meaning something like 'close to' or 'next to'. Would that makew sense in the context?

--- brooke white <traumspindel at googlemail.com> schrieb am Sa, 18.6.2011:

> Von: brooke white <traumspindel at googlemail.com>
> Betreff: [Sca-cooks] köl samen
> An: sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org
> Datum: Samstag, 18. Juni, 2011 22:19 Uhr
> HI guys, I am currently transcribing
> and translating the Newe ausgerüste
> deutsche Apoteck which dates from 1600 and is a rewrite of
> an earlier herbal
> (at least in parts which sometimes get identified and
> sometimes doesn't) and
> I have had two problems so far one is ich cannot find out
> what 'Kölsamen' is
> and what he means with the 'beneben einer thur' I wondered
> if any one of you
> had encoutered either of these phrases before.
> TY
> Elisande
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