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«Nectanebus in the form of a dragon, kissing Olympias while she is at the table with Philip.

British Library, Sloane MS 278, Folio 57r A large dragon attacks a small elephant. The elephant has an odd trunk and cloven hooves.

British Library, Sloane MS Folio A large dragon attacks a small elephant. The elephant has an odd trunk and cloven hooves.

Pretty medieval manuscript of the day depicts a tender embrace. Read more about this manuscript on the Walters Museum website. Image source:...

jothelibrarian: Pretty medieval manuscript of the day depicts a tender embrace. Read more about this manuscript on the Walters Museum website. Image source: Walters Museum MS Image declared as public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

CONSIGLI DAL MEDIOEVO: LO STRATIOTE - “Lo stratiote è un’erba senza radice che nasce sulla superficie dell’acqua. È di virtù pungente, acre e mordace, pertanto si fa bere contro il flusso del sangue e giova alle vene e ai reni. Nelle infiammazioni si pesta con l’aceto e si impiastriccia sopra”. Dal codice “Historia Plantarum”, fine XIV secolo.

CONSIGLI DAL MEDIOEVO: LO STRATIOTE - “Lo stratiote è un’erba senza radice che nasce sulla superficie dell’acqua. È di virtù pungente, acre e mordace, pertanto si fa bere contro il flusso del sangue e giova alle vene e ai reni. Nelle infiammazioni si pesta con l’aceto e si impiastriccia sopra”. Dal codice “Historia Plantarum”, fine XIV secolo.

demonagerie: Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, BSB Cod.arab. 463, f. 30 (Sagittarius). Qazwīnī, Zakarīyā Ibn-Muhammad al-: Kitāb ʿAǧāʾib al-ma̮hlūqāt wa-ġarāʾib al-mauǧūdāt. Palestine?, 1750-1770.

"The Tortoise", Folio from an `Aja'ib al-Makhluqat (Wonders of Creation) of Qazwini Zakaria bin Muhammad bin Mahmud Abu Yahya Qazwini (ca. Object Name: Folio from an illustrated manuscript Date: second half century Geography: Iran, Khurasan Tousi SALMANI…

Happy monkey  Miniatura tratta dal Libro d’Ore ‘NAL 3115′ (XV secolo), Bibliothèque nationale de France, Parigi.

Happy monkey Miniatura tratta dal Libro d’Ore ‘NAL 3115′ (XV secolo), Bibliothèque nationale de France, Parigi.

Miniatura tratta dal ‘Gorleston Psalter’ (1310-1324), British Library, Londra. Tweet Articoli correlatiFOLIA COMICS: MI MOSTRI DOVE LE FA MALEFOLIA COMICS: COME CATTURARE UN LUPOFOLIA COMICS: L’ILIADE IN SEI VIGNETTEFOLIA COMICS: BAMBINO IN ACQUA!FOLIA COMICS: DICA 33FOLIA COMICS – CHRISTMAS EDITION …

The wolf carries off the duck, whose protest is rendered:"queck!"' British Library, Add f. The Gorleston Psalter.

Patterns or models of alphabets and borders (the ‘Macclesfield Alphabet Book’) ” A collection of 14 different sets of specimen initials or letters in alphabetical order in Gothic script of the 15th century, with later additions in Humanistic script of the early 16th century. A list of names each beginning with a different letter of the alphabet from Adam to Zacharias, including several names of English origin and a prayer, both samples of Gothic textura script with spaces left for initials."

British Library, Add MS f. Patterns or models of alphabets and borders (the ‘Macclesfield Alphabet Book’) “ A collection of 14 different sets of specimen initials or letters in alphabetical order in Gothic script of the century, with.

Doves are safe from the dragon in the peridexion tree. The dragon has caught an unwary bird. The doves hang from the tree in the way the barnacle goose is said to.  Medieval Bestiary : Dove Gallery  Bibliothèque Municipale de Douai, MS 711, Folio 38v

Peridexion Tree from Bibliothèque Municipale de Douai Century “The peridexion tree grows in India. Doves gather in the tree because they like the sweet fruit, and because there they are safe.

[Legendae sanctorum quas collegit in unum frater Jacobus de Voragine,...] Auteur : Jacques de Voragine (1228?-1298) Éditeur : per M. Huss (Lugduni) Date d'édition : 1486 Type : monographie imprimée Langue :	Latin

[Legendae sanctorum quas collegit in unum frater Jacobus de Voragine,.

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Righteous Medieval dude holding a rabbit while riding a goat… because that’s how he rolls. From the Ormesby Psalter, c.

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