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A cat showing great interest in a mouse | from a british manuscript, circa 1170 [British Library]

A cat showing great interest in a mouse - illustration from a medieval bestiary - British Library, Additional MS Folio

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It's About Time: Dog Days of Summer - Over 40 Dogs of the Middle Ages "rescued" from illuminations, tapestries, & even playing cards.

medieval print cat - Google Search

A male cat on the prowl - medieval illumination from "De medicina ex animalibus" - Bodleian Library, MS.

Medieval dogs and their masters. History of pets in medieval times. Guarding, wardogs, healing and pet dogs in Middle ages.

From The Medieval Bestiary: Dog. A young dog bound to a patient cures internal wounds Kongelige Bibliotek, Gl.

Simios, águilas, abubillas, el árbol peridexion... Representaciones alegóricas presentes en los Bestiarios medievales.

Bull Latin name: Juvencus Other names: Bullock, Taurus The Indian bull is tawny colored and swift as a bird : British Library, Royal MS 12 C.

1330 Lutrell Psalter 163r b

Check out the colors - purple hat and under tunic, yellow over tunic lined in green. - Detail from The Luttrell Psalter, British Library Add MS 42130 (medieval

Rabbit

Rabbit armed with shield and sword. Pontifical of Guillaume Durand, Avignon, before Paris, Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève, ms.

Luttrell Psalter f.38r Из псалтыри Латрелла, (ок. 1320-1340), Англия

Hunting owls are frequently depicted in medieval documents. Monkey riding a goat with a hunting owl - Luttrell Psalter, England ca.

Detail from "The Rutland Psalter", medieval (c1260), British Library Add MS 62925. f 94r

Detail from "The Rutland Psalter", medieval British Library Add MS…