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An antelope has gotten its saw-like horns caught in a bush, making it easy prey for the hunter. From the Ashmole Bestiary created in England in the

Medieval Bestiary : Goat Gallery

No Cure For The Medieval Mind: The Prodigal Dog, parts 4271 - 4274

PERRO: El perro que devora su propio vómito es como el hombre que, tras la confesión, regresa al pecado. Bestiaire d'amour, Richard de Fournival, s. XIV-XV. Bibliothèque Nationale de France, fr. 1951

PERRO: El perro que devora su propio vómito es como el hombre que, tras la confesión, regresa al pecado. Bestiaire d'amour, Richard de Fournival, s. XIV-XV. Bibliothèque Nationale de France, fr. 1951

Bestiary, MS M.81 fol. 49v - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

Bestiary: Swan -- Swan, in water, grasps fish in beak. Bestiary England, possibly in Lincoln or York, ca.

Pelican c. 1200 - 1225

On the left, the pelican's checks peck at her until she gets angry and kills them. Later she regrets her anger and revives the chicks with her own blood. Unusually, the blood is not shown.

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Bodleian Library, MS. Ashmole 1511, Folio 72r  Since the peacock's tail is its primary feature, the artist has chosen to emphasize it

Ashmole Folio Since the peacock's tail is its primary feature, the artist has chosen to emphasize it

Cinnamologus

The cinnamologus bird sits on its nest made out of twigs from the cinnamon tree.

Medieval Bestiary : Lion Gallery

Ashmole Folio Three attributes of the lion: the lion likes to be on high hills; the lion has one less cub each year; the lion licks (or breathes) life into his cubs.

The Ashmole Bestiary | Late 12th or early 13th century English illuminated manuscript Bestiary containing a creation story and detailed allegorical descriptions of over 100 animals. Rich colour miniatures of the animals are also included. The Aberdeen Bestiary (Aberdeen University Library MS 24) may have been created by the same artist. | Bodleian Library MS. Ashmore 1511.

Seven Days of Creation

The Ashmole Bestiary

Buitre del "Aberdeen bestiary" Inglaterra siglo XII http://www.lavondyss.net/biblioteca/bestiario-medieval-siruela/00.-BESTIARIO%20MEDIEVAL.htm#ÍR_AL_ÍNDICE

The Roving Medievalist: From the Aberdeen Bestiary

Panther.

Panther.

Manuscript detail: A Hunter Blowing His Horn and a Beaver, Franco-Flemish, about 1270, from www.getty.edu/

“Beaver biting off its testicles in order to escape from the hunter Ludwig XV c.

Doedelzak. The Luttrell Psalter 1325-1340

Psalter ('The Luttrell Psalter') with calendar and additional material Add MS 42130 Folio

BL Royal 12 F XIII The Rochester Bestiary

An armoured archer hunting a Bonnacon. Folio The Rochester Bestiary copy from Southeastern Endland. Manuscript Royal 12 F XIII

The Marginalized Art of Snail-Fighting in Medieval Europe | Upvoted

The Marginalized Art of Snail-Fighting in Medieval Europe – Upvoted

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