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Algunas pequeñas bestias son verdaderamente demoniacas. Libro de Horas. Inglaterra, siglo XIV. BL, Yates Thompson 13, fol. 141v

Purses from the Manesse Codex - notice that the yellow one seems to have a drawstring and a handle/hanger

medieval cookbook unicorn recipe, MmmmMMMmmmm... UNICORN STEW!

Up before the bishop. A hare looks on. 13th century psalter.

RATS ESCAPE FROM CAT ON THE NIGHT OF LUCKY DAY KUNIYOSHI UTAGAWA 1798-1861 Last of Edo Period

Whale detail from medieval illuminated manuscript, British Library Harley MS 3244, 1236-c 1250, f60v

Woodcut illustrations from ‘History of Monsters’, by Ulissi Aldrovandi (Aldrovandus) (1522-1605)

Monks and their marginal crudities. What can you say? We all know people like this. Marginalia to the Rothschild Canticles, Flanders, 14th century, Beinecke Library, MS 404, fol. 134r Rothschild Canticles. Flanders, 14th century. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, MS 404, fol. 134r

Originally known as Odoro-odoro, the Otoroshi (おとろし) is a yokai who looks like a hairy ogre. He hides atop Japanese torii gates, serving as a guardian for the holy ground they mark. When a bad person tries to pass through to the shrine, the Otoroshi springs down upon them.

Until I feared I would lose it, I never loved to read. One does not love breathing. (Harper Lee) I...