Douai, Bibliothèque municipale, 0118, detail of f. 281 (marginal illustration for Office of the Dead). Early 16th century.
Walters Art Museum W.782 http://www.thedigitalwalters.org/Data/WaltersManuscripts/W782/data/W.782/sap/W782_000403_sap.jpg?utm_content=buffere499f_source=buffer_medium=twitter_campaign=Buffer
Early 15th Century Playing Cards, Baraja Morisca, possibly made in either Switzerland or Germany
Bibliothèque Mazarine, Ms 870-1, f. 86. Laurent d'Orléans, Somme le roi. 1295
Bodleian Library, MS Douce 152 Book of hours, France, 15th century
Vctorian cat in dress
A LEAF FROM THE NASIR AL-DIN SHAH ALBUM: ISFANDIYAR KILLING THE LIONS, PERSIA, SAFAVID, 16TH CENTURY, THE ALBUM PAGE QAJAR, CIRCA 1888
XIII - La mort - Golden Tarot of Renaissance par Giordano Berti & Jo Dworkin
Early miniature portrait of Joan of Arc with banner from 15th century on a prachment currently located in the Paris Archives Nationales.
..."Another random interesting element of medieval owl lore is that owls were often nailed to barn doors as a way to ward off evil. Can any associated be made between this act of nailing and the crucifixion of Christ? "