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Bestiary, England 13th century. Bodleian Library, MS. Bodl. 533, fol. 13r

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British Library, Royal 19 B XV, detail of f. 30v (“Detail of a miniature of John witnessing frogs emerging from the mouths of a seven-headed dragon, a seven-headed beast and false prophets, illustrating Revelation 16:13.”). Apocalypse, with commentary (The ‘Queen Mary Apocalypse’), with the prologue of Gilbert de la Porrée translated in French. England, 1st quarter of the 14th century.

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Luttrell Psalter, Diocese of Lincoln, c.1325-1335, London British Library, Add MS 42130, fol 176v.

BLL_Add49622_f213v_d The lower marginalia on f. 213v have a kneeling knight opposing a (dextral) snail; the knight is in the same position as on f. 162v except the total lack of armour in this case.

The mythological headless creature known as a Blemmyes. Believed to have had their eyes in their shoulders and mouth in their chests. Manuscript made in England, possibly in London circa AD 1260