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Psalter-Hours of Guiluys de Boisleux
France, Arras, after 1246
MS M.730 fol. 243v
Initial B decorated with diapered infilling and foliate tendrils entwined with two fantastic animals, one with tail of foliate tendrils and the other with tail on which man is climbing, in lower left margin.
Line ending: nude man, in jaws of fantastic animal, and hybrid animal, both fighting with spears and shields (Burlesque: Fighting).
Line ending: two escutcheons, one gules, a bordure argent, and the other Boisleux.
Line ending: snail encountering soldier, wearing helmet and chain mail, armed with sword and shield, hurling javelin (Burlesque: Fighting).
Line ending: long-eared hybrid animal with two bodies.
Line ending: nude man, in jaws of fantastic animal, and man, both fighting with swords and shields (bucklers) (Burlesque: Fighting).
Line endings: geometric and foliate ornament.
Text page of Psalm 128 (Vulg., 127) in None of Hours of the Virgin.
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