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Znalezione obrazy dla zapytania Beast rising from Sea and Dragon. England 14th cent. Royal 19 B XV BL

Detail of a miniature of the Beast rising from the sea, from a fragmentary Anglo-Norman Apocalypse, England, early century, Add MS f.

A very strange owl, with the usual hooked beak, as well as very unusual cloven hooves. BM de Lyon.

A very strange owl, with the usual hooked beak, as well as very unusual cloven hooves.Bibliothèque Municipale de Lyon, MS P.

Wild horses. Bestiary, England 13th century (Bodleian Library, MS. Bodl. 764, fol. 46r)

Wild horses. Bestiary, England 13th century (Bodleian Library, MS. Bodl. 764, fol. 46r)

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Centuries-Old Drawings of Europe's Greatest Sea Monsters An aquatic lion, pig and elephant from the ceiling of Church of St. Martin in Zillis, Switzerland, century

Illustration to 'Les images ou tableaux de platte peinture des deux Philostrates' (Paris 1617); Ino throwing herself into the sea from a high cliff, and her son Melicertes lying unconscious on the back of a dolphin; letterpress text on verso.  c.1617  Engraving

Illustration to 'Les images ou tableaux de platte peinture des deux Philostrates' (Paris Ino throwing herself into the sea from a high cliff, and her son Melicertes lying unconscious on the back of a dolphin; letterpress text on verso.

Medieval Bestiary : Ostrich Gallery

The ostrich is a bird with hooves and ears. It looks up to see if the star Virgilia (the Pleiades) is rising so it knows when to lay its eggs.

Merton College Library, MS. 249, Folio 5v  This beast is identified as an ostrich; clearly the artist had no idea what it should look like.

Folio This beast is identified as an ostrich; clearly the artist had no idea what it should look like.

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