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Douai, Bibliothèque municipale, 0118, detail of f. 281 (marginal illustration for Office of the Dead). Early 16th century.

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

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

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

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

Bodleian Library, MS Douce 152 Book of hours, France, 15th century

Vctorian cat in dress

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

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

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.

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? "

..."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? "

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