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From the Aberdeen Beastiary, thought to belong to Henry VIII.  "The fox is crafty and deceitful. When it is hungry it rolls in red earth to look as if it is covered in blood. It feigns death by holding its breath. Birds come to sit on the body whereupon the fox jumps up and eats them."  There's a few good beastiary bits on this site.

Aberdeen bestiary - the Fox: "The fox is crafty and deceitful. When it is hungry it rolls in red earth to look as if it is covered in blood. It feigns death by holding its breath. Birds come to sit on the body whereupon the fox jumps up and eats them.

siren and centaur - Bestiary  Therouanne (?) ca. 1270

siren and centaur - Bestiary Therouanne (? 1270 "Umm, hi there. I was just passing by with my bow and noticed uhh.

Look at the backgrounds. They're reversed. Imagenes de un breviario.

Renaissance and baroque architecture essay sample Renaissance architecture is split into three periods: Early Renaissance (ca. High Renaissance (ca. and Late Renaissance

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.

Frère LAURENT, [Somme le Roi] Auteur : Laurent d'Orléans. Auteur du texte Date d'édition : 1294 Contributeur : Perinz de Falons clerc Type : manuscrit Langue : Latin Français

Frère LAURENT, [Somme le Roi] Auteur : Laurent d'Orléans. Auteur du texte Date d'édition : 1294 Contributeur : Perinz de Falons clerc Type : manuscrit Langue : Latin Français

Adam naming the animals, Bestiary, British Library to search available Illuminated manuscripts see: Use this website to find and view descriptions and images of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts in the British Library, one of the richest collections in the world.

British Library Medieval Bestiaries: Adam naming the animals, ca. south-eastern England, possibly Rochester.

Apocalypse de S. Jean, en français (1313), Bibliothèque nationale de France, Français 13096, f.86v.

Apocalypse de S. Jean, en français (1313), Bibliothèque nationale de France, Français 13096, f.86v.

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