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Medieval Bestiary : Stork Gallery

Bestiary: Stork -- Stork holds frog in its beak. Bestiary England, possibly in Lincoln or York, ca.

Fulica | Bestiary | England, possibly in Lincoln or York | ca. 1185 | The Morgan Library & Museum

Bestiary: Fulica -- Fulica prunes itself. Bestiary England, possibly in Lincoln or York, ca.

Bestiary: Ram -- Ram, within medallion. Bestiary England, possibly in Lincoln or York, ca. 1185.

Bestiary: Ram -- Ram, within medallion. Bestiary England, possibly in Lincoln or York, ca.

Bestiary, MS M.81 fol. 39r - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

Bestiary: Yale -- Yale, with boar's mouth, bends left horn forward; its right horn remains upright. Bestiary England, possibly in Lincoln or York, ca.

Bestiary, MS M.81 fol. 51r - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

Bestiary: Stork -- Stork holds frog in its beak. Bestiary England, possibly in Lincoln or York, ca.

Bestiary: Hoopoe -- Hoopoe, within medallion. Bestiary England, possibly in Lincoln or York, ca. 1185.

Bestiary: Hoopoe -- Hoopoe, within medallion. Bestiary England, possibly in Lincoln or York, ca.

Bestiary, MS M.81 fol. 48v - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

Bestiary: Vulture -- Two vultures, with bodies crossed and heads turned backwards, flank tree. Bestiary England, possibly in Lincoln or York, ca.

Medieval Bestiary : Lizard Gallery

Medieval Bestiary : Lizard Gallery Morgan Library, MS M. Folio When the lizard goes blind, it goes to an opening in a wall that faces east, looks to the rising sun, and receives light.

Medieval Bestiary : Turtledove Gallery

Bestiary: Turtledove -- Two turtledoves are perched on branch. One turns head to face the other. Bestiary England, possibly in Lincoln or York, ca.

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Bestiary: Hawk -- Hawk, within medallion. Bestiary England, possibly in Lincoln or York, ca.

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