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willigula:  A hyena drags the corpse of a woman from her tomb, from the Harley Bestiary, c. 1230

willigula: A hyena drags the corpse of a woman from her tomb, from the Harley Bestiary, c. 1230

Torque à tampons pyriformes | Vers 550 av J.-C. Provenantce : tombe princière de Vix | A unique 24 carat Celtic torc, whose ends are adorned with winged horses on intricate filigree pedestals and lion paws, inspired by etruscan, scythian or middle eastern bestiary

Torque à tampons pyriformes | Vers 550 av J.-C. Provenantce : tombe princière de Vix | A unique 24 carat Celtic torc, whose ends are adorned with winged horses on intricate filigree pedestals and lion paws, inspired by etruscan, scythian or middle eastern bestiary

«Hyena (Yena) devouring a human corpse, which it pulls from a tomb.» Bestiary, c. 2nd quarter of the 13th century, Harley 4751 , f. 10, The British Library. https://ello.co/marginaliams/post/qibe23x5y4r4etnqzj6uhg

«Hyena (Yena) devouring a human corpse, which it pulls from a tomb.» Bestiary, c. 2nd quarter of the 13th century, Harley 4751 , f. 10, The British Library. https://ello.co/marginaliams/post/qibe23x5y4r4etnqzj6uhg

A medieval illumination showing the hoopoe, a symbol of a devoted child because its offspring were believed to rejuvenate it by pulling out its old feathers and licking the mist off its eyes; (Museum Meermanno MMW 10 B 25 Folio 32r). (Museum Meermanno via Medieval Bestiary)

A medieval illumination showing the hoopoe, a symbol of a devoted child because its offspring were believed to rejuvenate it by pulling out its old feathers and licking the mist off its eyes; (Museum Meermanno MMW 10 B 25 Folio 32r). (Museum Meermanno via Medieval Bestiary)

The Aberdeen Bestiary (Aberdeen University Library, Univ Lib. MS 24) is a 12th-century English illuminated manuscript. f11v Text: The hyena.

Folio 11v - Ibex, continued. De yena; the hyena

The Aberdeen Bestiary (Aberdeen University Library, Univ Lib. MS 24) is a 12th-century English illuminated manuscript. f11v Text: The hyena.

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