Fig. 1 cynocephalus Fig. 2 homo magnis auribus (panotii or long-eared man) Fig. 3 Astomus (mouthless) Fig. 4 Arimaspus sive monoculus (Cyclop) Fig. 5 Blemmius (blemmyae) Fig. 6 homo cum aversis plantis (with backward feet) The tribe of Scythians, whom Pliny describes as having their feet turned backwards—”aversis post crura plantis”—are extraordinarily swift runners.
“Specula physico-mathematico-historica….” by Johann Zahn, 1696.