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Tiger from a medieval bestiary: The tiger's cub has been stolen. In the upper image, the tiger examines her image in a mirror; thinking the reflection is her cub she pauses in her pursuit of the hunter. In the lower image the hunter, looking pleased with his success, rides off with the cub. (Bodleian Library, MS. Bodley 764, Folio 6v)

Tiger from a medieval bestiary: The tiger's cub has been stolen. In the upper image, the tiger examines her image in a mirror; thinking the reflection is her cub she pauses in her pursuit of the hunter. In the lower image the hunter, looking pleased with his success, rides off with the cub. (Bodleian Library, MS. Bodley 764, Folio 6v)

Medieval Bestiary : Lion Gallery

Medieval Bestiary : Lion Gallery

antique nature book

antique nature book

Medieval Bestiary : Tiger Gallery

Medieval Bestiary : Tiger Gallery

In all the South Slavic folklores, a dragon is called zmej or lamja. It is considered as "extremely intelligent, wise and knowledgeable" creature of "superhuman" strength and proficiency in magic, very rich and often lustful for women. It often breathes fire and is generally accepted as a highly respected being, and while not always being benevolent, never as an entirely evil creature (Dragon,1912. Postcard edition "of the Community of St. Eugene." № 5524. From the collection of EB…

In all the South Slavic folklores, a dragon is called zmej or lamja. It is considered as "extremely intelligent, wise and knowledgeable" creature of "superhuman" strength and proficiency in magic, very rich and often lustful for women. It often breathes fire and is generally accepted as a highly respected being, and while not always being benevolent, never as an entirely evil creature (Dragon,1912. Postcard edition "of the Community of St. Eugene." № 5524. From the collection of EB…

British Library, Harley 4751, detail of f. 47v.  Bestiary, with extracts from Giraldus Cambrensis on Irish birds. Southern England (Salisbury?), 2nd quarter of the 13th century.

British Library, Harley 4751, detail of f. 47v. Bestiary, with extracts from Giraldus Cambrensis on Irish birds. Southern England (Salisbury?), 2nd quarter of the 13th century.

<流行達磨遊び : RYUKOU DARUMA ASOBI> KUNIYOSHI UTAGAWA 1798-1861 Last of Edo Period

<流行達磨遊び : RYUKOU DARUMA ASOBI> KUNIYOSHI UTAGAWA 1798-1861 Last of Edo Period

Medieval Bestiary : Lion Gallery

Medieval Bestiary : Lion Gallery

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Biblioteca Nacional de España, Cod. Vitr. 24-2, detail of f. 69r. Libro de horas de Leonor de la Vega. Bruges, c. 1465-70. Artist: Willem Vrelant.

Biblioteca Nacional de España, Cod. Vitr. 24-2, detail of f. 69r. Libro de horas de Leonor de la Vega. Bruges, c. 1465-70. Artist: Willem Vrelant.

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