Illustration of a Devil found in the 13th century medieval manuscript Codex-Gigas. According to legend the book was written by a monk who sold his soul to the devil so in order to complete the manuscript in one night, and so complete the task which would let him off his execution (by being walled in alive) for breaking his monastic vows.
Bodleian Library, MS. Douce 134, f. 67v (‘Lucifer (composite devil with many heads) being judged by Christ in majesty, while the saints intercede for him’). Livre de la Vigne nostre Seigneur. France, c. 1450-1470
Le Déluge. Saint Agustin. La Cité de Dieu. Miniature de Maître de L'Échevinage. Rouen, troisième tiers du XVe siècle. Manuscrit sur vélin, avec miniatures et lettres ornées (47 x 34,5 cm) BNF, Manuscrits, français 28, f. 66v.