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Medieval Bestiary : Lion Gallery

Ashmole Folio Three attributes of the lion: lion eating an ape to cure illness; lion sparing a prostrate man; lion afraid of a cock.

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Righteous Medieval dude holding a rabbit while riding a goat… because that’s how he rolls. From the Ormesby Psalter, c.

Medieval Bestiary : Lion Gallery

Ashmole Folio Three attributes of the lion: the lion likes to be on high hills; the lion has one less cub each year; the lion licks (or breathes) life into his cubs.

The panther, here more looking like a deer, is a multicolored beast that attracks other animals to it with its sweet breath. BN de France, lat. 14429, Folio 114r

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Marginal rabbit, Guido de Cauliaco, Chirurgia, Italy 14th century (Carpentras, BM, ms. 322, fol. 104v)

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Horas de Leonor de la Vega. BNE Vitr/24/2 Fol. 185v. http://bdh-rd.bne.es/viewer.vm?id=0000048889&page=371

Horas de Leonor de la Vega. BNE Vitr/24/2 Fol. 185v. http://bdh-rd.bne.es/viewer.vm?id=0000048889&page=371

Saracens defiling a church  Chroniques de France ou de St Denis, France 1332-1350 (British Library, Royal 16 G VI, fol. 185v)

Saracens defiling a church Chroniques de France ou de St Denis, France (British Library, Royal 16 G VI, fol.

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