St. George ~ BL Royal 2 A XVIII The Beaufort/Beauchamp Hours ~ 005v ~ 1405-1422 ~ London, England ~ British Library ~ Miniature object

St. George ~ BL Royal 2 A XVIII The Beaufort/Beauchamp Hours ~ 005v ~ 1405-1422 ~ London, England ~ British Library ~ Miniature object

William Bruges dressed as Garter King of Arms, kneels before St George, from his Garter Book

William Bruges dressed as Garter King of Arms, kneels before St George, from his Garter Book

Dragon Biting its Tail tile by William De Morgan, 1888-97. Made at his Sand's End studio, Fulham, London | British Museum, London

Dragon Biting its Tail tile by William De Morgan, 1888-97. Made at his Sand's End studio, Fulham, London | British Museum, London

Dragon statue at Temple Bar, marking the boundary between the City of London and Westminster

Dragon statue at Temple Bar, marking the boundary between the City of London and Westminster

From the Medieval and Earlier Manuscripts blog post 'What can we Learn from a Scribal Colophon?' Image: Detail of the constellation Draco, at the beginning of Ptolemy's Catalogue of Stars, from a compilation of astrology and prophecy, England (London?), 1490

From the Medieval and Earlier Manuscripts blog post 'What can we Learn from a Scribal Colophon?' Image: Detail of the constellation Draco, at the beginning of Ptolemy's Catalogue of Stars, from a compilation of astrology and prophecy, England (London?), 1490

English/Netherlandish Manuscript, c. 1401-1415 (via Museo Immaginario Arti senza Tempo on FB)

English/Netherlandish Manuscript, c. 1401-1415 (via Museo Immaginario Arti senza Tempo on FB)

Eadbricht's House burned and Relics taken to London | Miscellany on the life of St. Edmund | England, Bury St Edmunds, ca. 1130 | The Morgan Library & Museum

Eadbricht's House burned and Relics taken to London | Miscellany on the life of St. Edmund | England, Bury St Edmunds, ca. 1130 | The Morgan Library & Museum

The mythological headless creature known as a Blemmyes. Believed to have had their eyes in their shoulders and mouth in their chests.  The Rutland Psalter.  Folios 57r, 88r 84r respectively.  Manuscript made in England, possibly in London circa AD 1260

The mythological headless creature known as a Blemmyes. Believed to have had their eyes in their shoulders and mouth in their chests. The Rutland Psalter. Folios 57r, 88r 84r respectively. Manuscript made in England, possibly in London circa AD 1260

Detail of a miniature of George killing the dragon, with the princess kneeling, in the Legenda Aurea: Paris, 1382 (London, British Library, MS Royal 19 B XVII, f. 109r).

Detail of a miniature of George killing the dragon, with the princess kneeling, in the Legenda Aurea: Paris, 1382 (London, British Library, MS Royal 19 B XVII, f. 109r).

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