Fringed Campion (Silene fimbrata) may be the plant on fol. 33r of the Voynich Manuscript.
root contains drawing of two faces - hair (fringe?, hair-line)
included. The word 'fringe' is 14th century French from Latin 'frimbria'
- fibers,threads,fringe. The Fringed Campion sure has the bangs and its leaves are closer to heart-shape than those of the Bladder Campion (previous id by Edith Sherwood).