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Eclipses - Nicholas of Lynn Title	Kalendarium, imperfect Origin	England (S., Norfolk?) Date	between 1380 and c. 1400 Language	Latin

Eclipses - Nicholas of Lynn Title Kalendarium, imperfect Origin England (S.) Date between 1380 and c.

Funny rabbits I just encountered this clever and amusing image in a French database of medieval manuscripts. It shows three rabbits running in circles - with shared ears. There is nothing much to this drawing from a book-historical point of view, except to say that it has an Escher-feel to it. In fact, I am not even sure what it means to convey. I am simply sharing it here because the ear entanglement is so cleverly done - and the whole scene brought a big smile to my face. Pic: Arras, ...

erikkwakkel: “ Funny rabbits I just encountered this clever and amusing image in a French database of medieval manuscripts. It shows three rabbits running in circles - with shared ears. There is nothing much to this drawing from a book-historical.

Poems and Romances (the 'Talbot Shrewsbury book') 1444-1445 Royal MS 15 E VI Folio 17v

Poems and Romances (the 'Talbot Shrewsbury book') 1444-1445 Royal MS 15 E VI Folio 17v

Detail from "Messire Lancelot du Lac de GAULTIER MOAP" or "The Lancelot-Grail" (aka the Prose Lancelot, The Vulgate Cycle or the Pseudo-Map Cycle of Arthurian tales), Bibliothèque nationale de France: MS Français 112 fol.