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Credit: The British Library A detail from a fragmentary Book of Hours, France (St Omer), c. 1330

Credit: The British Library A detail from a fragmentary Book of Hours, France (St Omer), c. 1330

spotted stagLuttrell Psalter, England ca. 1325-1340. British Library, Add 42130, fol. 296r

spotted stagLuttrell Psalter, England ca. 1325-1340. British Library, Add 42130, fol. 296r

Groteskology: September 2013

Groteskology: September 2013

Snail stork. @BLMedieval Add MS 42130, f. 171v http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/Viewer.aspx?ref=add_ms_42130_fs001ar …

Snail stork. @BLMedieval Add MS 42130, f. 171v http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/Viewer.aspx?ref=add_ms_42130_fs001ar …

Bishop admonishing snail (NGV, MS. Felton 2, 13th c.)

Bishop admonishing snail (NGV, MS. Felton 2, 13th c.)

folio-03-colimacon-guerrier-ou-voyageur.jpg (568×385) villard de honnecourt

folio-03-colimacon-guerrier-ou-voyageur.jpg (568×385) villard de honnecourt

#Knights #vs #snails

#Knights #vs #snails

Gorleston Psalter BLL_Add49622_f185v_d In the lower marginalia of f. 185v a knight, his weapon relaxed on his shoulder, grabs the tentacles of the (dextral) snail sitting on the branch in front of him. One may expect a retraction…; perhaps the snail surrendered?

Gorleston Psalter BLL_Add49622_f185v_d In the lower marginalia of f. 185v a knight, his weapon relaxed on his shoulder, grabs the tentacles of the (dextral) snail sitting on the branch in front of him. One may expect a retraction…; perhaps the snail surrendered?

Knight v Snail VII: A Pretty Comprehensive Defeat (from a fragmentary Book of Hours, England (London), c. 1320-c. 1330, Harley MS 6563, ff. ...

Knight v Snail VII: A Pretty Comprehensive Defeat (from a fragmentary Book of Hours, England (London), c. 1320-c. 1330, Harley MS 6563, ff. ...

BLL_Add49622_f179r_d On f. 179r, upper marginalia, the (dextral) snail is confronting a hybrid of a lion with a knight. The knight has his scimitar ready for attack, his lion-head shield in front of him. Very interestingly, above the snail is a text which reminded me of the French word ‘limaçons'; in the end it turned out to be an Anglo-Norman word for snail (‘limaceoun’) [2]. It remains a bit unsure whether this was used in those days for sea snails, land snails, or both

BLL_Add49622_f179r_d On f. 179r, upper marginalia, the (dextral) snail is confronting a hybrid of a lion with a knight. The knight has his scimitar ready for attack, his lion-head shield in front of him. Very interestingly, above the snail is a text which reminded me of the French word ‘limaçons'; in the end it turned out to be an Anglo-Norman word for snail (‘limaceoun’) [2]. It remains a bit unsure whether this was used in those days for sea snails, land snails, or both

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