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Medieval art fox magpie i like this one because it is so strange. It isn't something you see everyday.it shows how medieval art was ment to get a point across not look nice, thats why its so basic i think.
Medieval Bestiary : Fox Gallery
Medieval fox & magpie
Medieval bestiary; Fox; Latin name: Vulpis; Other names: Golpis, Goupil, Gourpil, Gupil, Vurpil; The fox is a crafty and deceitful animal that never runs in a straight line, but only in circles. When it wants to catch birds to eat, the fox rolls in red mud so that it appears to be covered in blood. It then lies apparently lifeless; birds, deceived by the appearance of blood and thinking the fox to be dead, land on it and are immediately devoured.