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    • Angelika interlinka

      Griffin, in "Liber Floridus", creation: 1120, author: Lambert of Saint Omer, edition: 1460, folio 46r, Koninklijke Bibliotheek

    • Etcetera

      Koninklijke Bibliotheek, KB, 72 A 23, Folio 46r A griffin has captured a man. This image was probably the original for the copy in manuscript Koninklijke Bibliotheek, KB, 128 C 4

    • Linda Skillings

      Medieval Bestiary : Griffin Gallery Koninklijke Bibliotheek, KB 72 A 23, folio 46r

    • Simeen Brown

      Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts

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