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Amiens BM MS 0399 www.enluminures.c...

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Sir John Mandeville witnessing the griffins of Bacharia. BL Harley 3954.

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British Library, Add MS 62925, detail of f. 58v. Psalter, Use of Sarum (‘The Rutland Psalter’). c. 1260

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Bathing cat - medieval French proverb 'aussi aise que ung chat qui ce baingne'. Book of hours, Rouen 15th century (Paris, BnF, Nouvelle acquisition latine 3134, fol. 18v) Discarding images

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Scorpio

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Hunting scene. Egerton 2388 Author Jean Benard Title Account of the Norman noblemen who accompanied William the Conqueror to England in 1066; a treatise on Elizabethan heraldry and genealogy; and an account on the Court of Queen Elizabeth Origin France, Central (Paris) Date 1569

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Albrecht Dürer -1521

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Creatures and cannibals. Treatise on the Vices. British Library, London. Add ms 28841 fol 3r. 165x102. I love this one. Firstly there is the white bear. There is a period reference to a man (northern europe I believe) having a white bear in his menagerie. Whether it is an albino or a polar bear is unclear. Secondly, that is a bactrian camel. THis is Asian not middle easter as most camels were.Thirdly, there seems to be some confusion over giraffes and zebras. Somehow I find that delightful.

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BL harley 3448

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Albrecht Duerer - Drawings

Albrecht Duerer - Drawings

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Grandes Heures d'Anne de Bretagne. Reliure galuchat noir datée de 1684

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Insects, Basil Thyme, and Land Snails (detail), Joris Hoefnagel, Georg Bocskay, 1591-96, script 1561-62

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'Hours of Engelbert of Nassau', Flanders ca. 1470-1490. Bodleian Library, MS. Douce 219, fol. 96v

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A tiny drawing of a kangaroo curled in the letters of a 16th-century Portuguese manuscript could rewrite Australian history. The document, ...

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Detail of a miniature of a man riding a leopard and stabbing himself with a sword, as a personification of Anger (Ire), in the Penitential P...

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Detail of a miniature of a man riding on a donkey, head in hand, across a bridge, as a personification of Idleness (Peresse), in the Penitential Psalms, from The Dunois Hours, France (Paris), c. 1339 – c. 1450, Yates Thompson MS 3, f. 162r

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Giraffe with a super bendy neck… Bench end at St Mary's, Dennington.

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Dennington, St Mary's. Only medieval tortoise.

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Church of St John the Baptist, Danbury: carving on pew | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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ST Mary's Dennington, Sciapod

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Cartmel Priory, Cumbria Misericord, 1430-40 - leaf design - unicorn, probably with its horn in water, i.e. purifying it, a reference to bap...

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Great St Marys Armrest - a unicorn

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Country: Great Britain Site: Greystoke, Church, St.-Andrew Sequence: S-8 Subject: Animal, Fantastic: Unicorn and Virgin Date: 14c. - 17c.

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Country: Great Britain Site: Greystoke, Church, St.-Andrew Sequence: S-8 Subject: Animal, Fantastic: Unicorn and Virgin Date: 14c. - 17c.

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Country: Great Britain Site: Lincoln, Cathedral Sequence: SWH-2 Subject: Animal, Fantastic: Unicorn and Virgin Date: 1370

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