Dragon initial from a Book of Hours made in the Netherlands or Germany, c.1463-76 (source).

Dragon initial from a Book of Hours made in the Netherlands or Germany, c.1463-76 (source).

Detail of a marginal dragonfly and dragon, from the Lovell Lectionary, England (probably Glastonbury), c. 1400 – c. 1410, Harley MS 7026, f. 13r

Detail of a marginal dragonfly and dragon, from the Lovell Lectionary, England (probably Glastonbury), c. 1400 – c. 1410, Harley MS 7026, f. 13r

Medieval Border Dragon, Add MS 24686 c 1284-1316, Psalter, known as 'The…

Medieval Border Dragon, Add MS 24686 c 1284-1316, Psalter, known as 'The…

Seven Things You Didn’t Know About Medieval Dragons - Medievalists.net

Seven Things You Didn’t Know About Medieval Dragons - Medievalists.net

(detail) Manuscript illuminator Jean Bourdichon (1457-59-1521), 1503-08, Grandes Heures d’Anne de Bretagne, France. #Dragon

(detail) Manuscript illuminator Jean Bourdichon (1457-59-1521), 1503-08, Grandes Heures d’Anne de Bretagne, France. #Dragon

Scene from the ballad "The Dragon of Wentley" Print made by John June c. 1744

Scene from the ballad "The Dragon of Wentley" Print made by John June c. 1744

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