Dragon initial from a Book of Hours made in the Netherlands or Germany, c.1463-76 (source).
(detail) Manuscript illuminator Jean Bourdichon (1457-59-1521), 1503-08, Grandes Heures d’Anne de Bretagne, France. #Dragon
The Alphonso Psalter, c 1284-1316, England (Anglo-French) (British Library, Add MS 24686 f. 12r)
Lindorm dragon from the alchemical scrolls of Sir George Ripley, 15th century. Lindorms were most often encountered in churchyards, where they fed on human corpses, and would sometimes invade churches.
Monster - Medieval Creature Illustrations
Medieval dragons on marble tiles, part 2
Climbing medieval dragon
Medieval Border Dragon, Add MS 24686 c 1284-1316, Psalter, known as 'The…
Medieval manuscript. Man on Horseback with streaming banner or kite, of dragon or a comet.
Ian Greeb's Dragon... this would be amazing to have for a medieval party or event!