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Y hasta devotas...  British Library, Add 49622, f. 133r. The Gorleston Psalter. 1310-1324.

British Library, Add f. The Gorleston Psalter. One illustration cut in two for ease of viewing.

More bizarre marginalia. A drawing in the margins of a medieval manuscript depicting a knight in full armor, carrying a banner with a snail on it, faces a rabbit armed with a sling. metz pontificant

A drawing in the margins of a medieval manuscript depicting a knight carrying a banner with a snail on it, faces a rabbit armed with a sling.

Detail from The Luttrell Psalter, British Library Add MS 42130 (medieval / The medieval imagination never fails to delight. /A Journey Through Medieval Life

This would not be funny, if not for the lovely onomatopoeia we see here. "QUECK" indeed xD - (British Library, Add f. The Gorleston Psalter.

Beautiful Windows in Ightham Mote, a medieval manor house, dating to around close to the village of Ightham, near Sevenoaks in Kent. The name & derives from & & [place]& rather than referring to the body of water.

Illuminated Turtle From A Medieval Bestiary. {Note:The illustration is ‘illuminated’ not necessarily the consciousness of the turtle.