Snake biting the Hand of God

Snake biting the Hand of God - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

Weird Medieval Marginalia Part III peashooter85: Because sometimes Medieval monks got bored…

The Adventure of Medieval Bunny, Part I: The Killer Bunny -rabbit knight riding his lion steed. "Miracles of Our Lady" of Gautier Coinci, century.

but licking cat Thomas of Cantimpré, Liber de natura rerum, France ca. 1290. Valenciennes, Bibliothèque municipale, ms. 320, fol. 72r

Top 10 Medieval Butt-Licking Cats _______ The nastiest habit of medieval cats seen via illuminated manuscripts. Regular licking“Thomas of Cantimpré, Liber de natura rerum, France ca.

Bibliotheque de l'Arsenal (Paris) -- Manuscrit Ms-5070 reserve 287v - 1414, I think.

*Le livre appellé Decameron Date This is actually done when there is a newly designated Pope.The 'myth'* of a female Pope has led to this tradition.

Llon musician Summer volume of the Breviary of Renaud/Marguerite de Bar, Metz ca. 1302-1305. Verdun, BM, ms. 107, fol. 26r

discardingimages: “lion musician Summer volume of the Breviary of Renaud/Marguerite de Bar, Metz ca.

SYMPHONIE Detail from The Luttrell Psalter, (1325-1340). The symphony is an early type of hurdy-gurdy, dating back to 12th century. The word 'symphony' is a Greek word meaning 'sounding together', and this is because this instrument is designed to make two or more strings sound together. When turned the wheel bows the strings to make sound. The keys, when pressed by the fingers, create the different notes. It also includes drone strings which give it an almost bagpipe sound. Two symphonies…

Detail from The Luttrell Psalter, British Library Add MS 42130 (medieval Musical instrument draailier

Merman. dressed as monk holds fish, MS Bodley 533, f 26r. Brit. Lib | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

dressed as monk holds fish, MS Bodley f Brit. Lib , originally uploaded by tony harrison .

They may create a wonderful first impression but beware. Bird-woman mermaid, alluring siren at sea, sings so enchantingly there’s no time to plea. You’re entranced, you’re drawn in. That voice! Those tail swishes! Next you’re asleep and then: food for the fishes.

Bird-woman mermaid, alluring siren at sea, sings so enchantingly there’s no time to plea. You’re entranced, you’re drawn in. Those tail swishes! Next you’re asleep and then: food for the fishes.

[folio 094v] MS. Douce 195 (Le roman de la rose) XV cnt. Robinet Testard  http://romandelarose.org/#browse;Douce195

[folio 094v] MS. Douce 195 (Le roman de la rose) XV cnt. Robinet Testard http://romandelarose.org/#browse;Douce195

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