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  • Bestiaries (European mythology) Collections of material on animals, usually legendary; a vogue in the Middle Ages. — “Bestiaries: Information from ”,
  • Describes the development of bestiaries during the Middle Ages and explains the symbolism of different animals. — “Bestiaries”, medievalwriting.50
  • Dragon Warrior: Bestiary of Modern Fantasy - Introduction to common and modern creatures The Bestiary Project - From the acarus crossii to the zebra, a list with medieval and. — “Open Directory - Arts: Genres: Science Fiction and Fantasy”,
  • "The Leopard" from the 13th-century bestiary entitled "Rochester Bestiary. Bestiaries were made popular in the Middle Ages in illustrated volumes that described. — “Wikipedia:Bestiary - Global Warming Art”,
  • Bestiaries. or Bestials. Books very popular in the eleventh, twelfth, and thir***th centuries, containing the pictures of animals and their bestiary: meaning and definitions - bestiary: Definition and Pronunciation. Suggestions. — “Bestiaries — ”,
  • Encyclopedia article about bestiaries. Information about bestiaries in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary. — “bestiaries definition of bestiaries in the Free Online”, encyclopedia2
  • Information about medieval bestiaries, books of real and mythical animals whose characteristics were figuratively treated as religious symbols of Christ, the devil, the virtues and vices. — “Bestiaries - Catholic Encyclopedia”,
  • Bestiaries. Bestiaries. Medieval books on animals, in which the real or fabulous Later bestiaries obtained much valuable material from the "Libri. — “Bestiaries - Catholic Encyclopedia - Catholic Online”,
  • We found 6 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word bestiaries: (Note: See bestiary for more definitions.) Quick definitions (bestiary) noun: a medieval. — “Definitions of bestiaries - OneLook Dictionary Search”,
  • Category:Bestiaries. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository Rochester Bestiary (28 F) Media in category "Bestiaries" The following 17 files are in. — “Category:Bestiaries - Wikimedia Commons”,
  • Bestiaries' definition, a collection of moralized fables, esp. as written in the Middle Ages, about actual or mythical animals. See more. — “Bestiaries' | Define Bestiaries' at ”,
  • Hyperlinked article about the medieval book that has short descriptions of various real or imaginary animals, birds, and even rocks. — “Bestiary - Wikipedia”,
  • Yahoo! reviewed these sites and found them related to Medieval Bestiaries. — “Medieval Bestiaries in the Yahoo! Directory”,
  • Definition of bestiaries in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of bestiaries. Pronunciation of bestiaries. Translations of bestiaries. bestiaries synonyms, bestiaries antonyms. Information about bestiaries in the free online English dictionary and. — “bestiaries - definition of bestiaries by the Free Online”,
  • Willene Clark and Meradith T. McMunn, Birds and Beasts of the Middle Ages: the Bestiary and its Legacy (Philadelphia, 1989) Libellus de natura animalium: A Fif***th-century Bestiary Reproduced in Facsimile (London, 1958). — “Encyclopedias, Bestiaries & Lapidaries”, netfiles.uiuc.edu
  • Bestiaries: Medieval books on animals. Page scans include illustrations, maps, and images from the original Catholic Encyclopedia. — “Bestiaries - Original Catholic Encyclopedia”,
  • bestiaries. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search /wiki/bestiaries" Categories: English plurals | English plurals ending in ". — “bestiaries - Wiktionary”,
  • This week, Dame Aoife walks on the wild side with annotated links relating to medieval bestiaries. This week we are taking a look at medieval bestiaries: those compiled books of animals both real and fantastic. — “Medieval Bestiaries | ”,
  • 15th Century illustration Lions have long and undeniably been a part of world culture and heritage. Here, I confer an aspect of the rich and varied. — “Medieval Lions and The Bestiaries | Plan Your Safari”,
  • Definition of bestiaries from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of bestiaries. Pronunciation of bestiaries. Definition of the word bestiaries. Origin of the word bestiaries. — “bestiaries - Definition of bestiaries at ”,
  • An online repository of information on the Medieval Book of Beasts - the Bestiary - its history, meaning and sources; and on animals in the Middle Ages in general. — “The Medieval Bestiary”, bestiary.ca

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  • Final Fantasy VI Advance - Part 131: I Still Need a Tutorial Michael does a blind playthrough of Final Fantasy VI Advance for the GBA. Part 131 of 139. In this part, our heroes continue through the Soul Shrine, where they have to fight 100 battles in a row. Michael finds out how to cure the weird green thing status ailment, and gets very sarcastic about this game's lack of tutorial and the inability to know what the various attacks do prior to use. Michael then gets bored, because he's done nothing but fight for the past nine videos. Plus, he gets disheartened at the prospect of doing nothing but fighting for the next eight videos. Brought to you by .
  • The Ruins of Beverast - Blood Vaults (II - Our Despots Cleanse the Levant) This is from the latest album, which was released on September 11, 2009. "Foulest Semen of a Sheltered Elite" is the name of the album. It will be released on October 6, 2009, and you can pre-order it at This is my favourite song in this album. Disclaimer, I did not produce this, I am just uploading it like a demo for the great band. I hope you enjoy!
  • Final Fantasy VI Advance - Part 138: This Game Is Too Long Michael does a blind playthrough of Final Fantasy VI Advance for the GBA. Part 138 of 139. In this part, our heroes fight their way through the Soul Shrine, which is a dungeon with 100 battles in a row. In this video, they fight Red Dragon and Kaiser Dragon. The final boss battle of the game! Again! Michael discusses how he would change this game in order to improve it. His main problem is that this game is too long. He compares it to Final Fantasy Tactics Advance 2 (for the DS), which is also too long. Brought to you by .
  • Final Fantasy VI Advance - Part 130: Magic Screen Selection Issues Michael does a blind playthrough of Final Fantasy VI Advance for the GBA. Part 130 of 139. In this part, our heroes continue through the Soul Shrine, where they fight over 100 battles in a row. This challenge is becoming rather tiresome now, as are the problems with the magic control scheme. You'd think I'd have the controls down after 130 videos, but you'd be wrong. Brought to you by .
  • The Ruins Of Beverast - God's Ensanguined Bestiaries The Ruins Of Beverast - Foulest Semen of a Sheltered Elite (2009)
  • Fauxist International Subliminal Film Test #23: Xenophilic Proclivities Test Another in the series of the Fauxist Psywar Division's investigations into subliminal media and Xenophilic ***ualities. See for more information, and other publications on aliens- including "The Fauxists *** with aliens Survey 2009", "Send your DNA into Space", "Fauxists Moon Bomb Amateur Telescopy Party"- and on subliminal media- including "Fauxist Subliminal Sleep Tapes", "Pop Music vs. Islam", and "The Subliminal Symbolic Faunal Taxonomies and Bestiaries of Late Capitalism"
  • Bestiary Pilgrims Tour 2008 Part 2 Second part from our bikingtour "Vodic kroz fantasticni bestijarij europe i hrvatske" in the summer of 2008 searching for Bestiaries in and on Cathedrals, old houses and churches. This part takes us into Vienna to get the bikes fixed and meeting the footballfans from Spain and Germany just before the final in Euro 08. After that we went to the Czech capital of Prague and had a funny surprise with how a lunch was served.
  • Digital Humanities Sampler, Part 4 Part 4 of four videos showing pilot projects at the cutting edge of research in digital humanities. Recorded at the National Endowment for the Humanities in September 2010, at a meeting of project managers who received start-up grants from NEH's Office of Digital Humanities. These are the individual projects, in order of appearance: University of California, Berkeley - Berkeley Prosopography Services: Building Research Communities and Restoring Ancient Communities through Digital Tools University of California, Berkeley - The Early California Cultural Atlas University of Chicago - Cinemetrics, a Digital Laboratory for Film Studies. University of Georgia - Telecollaborative Webcasting: Strengthening acquisition of humanities content knowledge through foreign language education University of Maryland, College Park - Professionalization in Digital Humanities Centers University of Oregon, Eugene - Oregon Petrarch Open Book University of South Carolina - University of Virginia - New Digital Tools for Restoring Polychromy to 3D Digital Models of Sculpture University of Washington - Collecting Online Music Project Washington State University - Mukurtu: an Indigenous archive and publishing tool
  • Yo Ho Final Fantasy 12 Disclaimer: I own nothing! I only have ten bucks and some cloths! I am not getting rich off of this. This was simply for my amusement (Hopefully for yours as well). I do not own any of this. Don't sue me. And I really hope you don't take this off or freeze my account. That would suck. The idea behind this is that Sky Pirates are being hunted and killed. Which is also what is happening in the game (I love bestiaries!). Baltheir and the others keep saying "we will never die." that pirates will always be around, whether it be in heart or mind. But... well... the ending is kind of a contradiction in this. enjoy and comment.
  • Final Fantasy VI Advance - Part 134: Which Characters Can Be Cut From the Game? Michael does a blind playthrough of Final Fantasy VI Advance for the GBA. Part 134 of 139. In this part, our heroes go through the Soul Shrine, where you fight 100 battles in the game. Michael wonders what happened to Bannon. And why Ultros was in the game. This causes him to wonder why ANY of the game's characters are in the game; most of them could conceivably be cut without hurting the plot. One by one, he goes through all the characters and debates his/her usefulness to the game. For example, Meteo/Sabin seems to be in the game just show they can showcase their new blitz controls, not because he's a necessary character. Brought to you by .
  • Final Fantasy VI Advance - Part 132: The Main Character, DS Remakes Michael does a blind playthrough of Final Fantasy VI Advance for the GBA. Part 132 of 139. In this part, our heroes continue going through the Soul Shrine, where they have to fight 100 battles in a row. Meanwhile, Michael wonders who the main character of this game is, and why they never fully explained what espers are. Closer to the end, Michael starts talking about the DS remakes of the Final Fantasy games, which are being done in no particular order. Brought to you by .
  • i love the day i love the night i'm loving all the beings - (b)ananartista® video and music by (b)ananartista orgasmo sbuff ----------------- Some creatures, such as the dragon and griffin, have their origin in traditional mythology and have been believed to be real creatures. Others were based on real baby creatures, originating in garbled accounts of travelers' tales; such as the Vegetable Lamb of Tartary, which supposedly grew tethered to the earth (and was actually a type of fern)[1]. Examples of the legendary creatures can be found in medieval bestiaries. Loving-kindness (or "lovingkindness") is a term coined by Myles Coverdale for his Coverdale Bible of 1535,[1][2] as an English translation of the Hebrew word hesed (which appears in the Latin Vulgate as "misericordia"); in that text it is spelled "louinge kyndnesse". It is also used in this sense in the American Standard Version and various other versions of the Bible.[3] It is sometimes associated with the Greek term agape. "Loving-kindness" is also used as an English equivalent for the Buddhist term Mettā, as described in the Metta Sutta of the Pali Canon's Sutta Nipata (Sn 1.8) and Khuddakapatha (Khp 9), and practiced in Loving kindness meditation. Agape (pronounced AG-ə-pee;[1] and sometimes /əˈɡɑː.peɪ/ ə-GAH-pay after the Classical Greek agápē; Modern Greek: αγάπη [aˈɣapi]), also called parental love, is one of several Greek words translated into English as love. Many have thought that this word represents divine, unconditional, self-sacrificing, active, volitional ...
  • Corpsepaint Music: The Ruins Of Beverast - [Foulest Semen of a Sheltered Elite #03] God's Ensanguined Bestiaries -grim and frostbitten- 渋い顔をしている
  • Final Fantasy VI Advance - Part 135: Apologies to Final Fantasy Fans Michael does a blind playthrough of Final Fantasy VI Advance for the GBA. Part 135 of 139. In this part, our heroes go through the Soul Shrine, where they have to fight 100 battles in a row. Michael starts this video by apologizing to the Final Fantasy VI fans, who he has alienated by complaining about this game nonstop. He then continues to question the plot of the game. He also questions the control scheme again, because he is STILL having troubles with it and learning what all the various attacks do. Mean old control scheme. Brought to you by .
  • Final Fantasy VI Advance - Part 137: Arise, Sir Richo! Michael does a blind playthrough of Final Fantasy VI Advance for the GBA. Part 137 of 139. In this part, our heroes continue through the Soul Shrine, where they fight 100 boss battles in a row. Michael learns what the effect of the "Arise" spell is in this video--it brings a character back to life at full health. Michael gets VERY UPSET that the game did not TELL HIM about this spell, because it is possibly the most useful spell in the game. It just goes to show how the fighting system in this game is not the best fighting system ever. Brought to you by .
  • Final Fantasy VI Advance - Part 129: Re-fighting Old Bosses Michael does a blind playthrough of Final Fantasy VI Advance for the GBA. Part 129 of 139. In this part, our heroes continue going through the Soul Shrine, where you have to fight 100 battles in a row. Many old bosses make a reappearance here. Brought to you by .
  • Devinul Poetry Archive 54- Ruminations Ruminations 11/29/05 I spend my life in key cleaning of typing letters In the spilling of boils and the plucking of ingrown hairs The sorting of change and the renumeration of ancient navies. A node in some elusive network, a construct, sorting lists of songs Population counts, even *** dreams a catalogue of imagined conquests And geometric reconfigurations. Set against my bestiaries, my statistical seas, A life set in the majority to the symphonies of obsessive compulsion, Would death be much else than a power cord, cut? The human species knows enough; it is the sorting that's now the task Certain minds of a certain preparation in their trajectories Become as like differing, poorly formed, almanacs, Not geniuses, but an almanac, should be our names, For the rest of us we just pick and choose Then amongst my friends all the specialists Am I also just a librarian an access point who on his phone index Carries a shifting weight, like an unfunded library? What is the n of I? The denominator? Or is identity no more than facts in a different sort order?
  • Medieval Bestiary A bestiary, or Bestiarum vocabulum is a compendium of beasts. Bestiaries were made popular in the Middle Ages in illustrated volumes that described various animals, birds and even rocks. The natural history and illustration of each beast was usually accompanied by a moral lesson. This reflected the belief that the world itself was the Word of God, and that every living thing had its own special meaning. For example, the pelican, which was believed to tear open its breast to bring its young to life with its own blood, was a living representation of Jesus. The bestiary, then, is also a reference to the symbolic language of animals in Western Christian art and literature. Bestiaries were particularly popular in England and France around the 12th century and were mainly compilations of earlier texts. The earliest bestiary in the form in which it was later popularized was an anonymous 2nd century Greek volume called the Physiologus, which itself summarized ancient knowledge and wisdom about animals in the writings of classical authors such as Aristotle's Historia Animalium and various works by Herodotus, Pliny the Elder, Solinus, Aelian and other naturalists. Following the Physiologus, Saint Isidore of Seville (Book XII of the Etymologiae) and Saint Ambrose expanded the religious message with reference to passages from the Bible and the Septuagint. They and other authors freely expanded or modified pre-existing models, constantly refining the moral content without interest or ...
  • Fauxist International Subliminal Film Test #12 Another in the series of the Fauxist Psywar Division's investigations into subliminal media. The 'Subliminal City' project encompasses many such productions. See for more information, and other publications on subliminal media, including "Fauxist Subliminal Sleep Tapes", "Pop Music vs. Islam", and "The Subliminal Symbolic Faunal Taxonomies and Bestiaries of Late Capitalism".
  • lllustrative art at Waldemarsudde 8 May - 29 August 2010 From Vesalius's muscle mannequins to Lennart Nilsson's photographs of the microcosmos. From whimsical 16th century bestiaries to original plates of injured soldiers from the American Civil War. In association with Karolinska Institutet (KI), Waldemarsudde is showing books and pictures from the treasuries of one of the world's leading collection of historical medical books - KI's Hagströmer Library. Visitor Information: 8 May - 29 August 2010 Opening Hours at Waldemarsudde: Tuesday-Sunday 11.00 - 17.00. Thursday 11.00 - 20.00. Monday closed. Read more: ki.se/200
  • Final Fantasy VI Advance - Part 139: The Game Is Finally Over Michael does a blind playthrough of Final Fantasy VI Advance for the GBA. Part 139 of 139. In this part, our heroes fight the final boss fight of the game. Our heroes die at the exact same time as Kaiser Dragon, so I have to redo the fight all over again (not fun). Fortunately, I cut this all out of the video, skipping straight to the end. Why were we fighting Kaiser Dragon anyway? Brought to you by .
  • Bestiary Pilgrims Tour 2008 Part 1 First part from our bikingtour "Vodic kroz fantasticni bestijarij europe i hrvatske" in the summer of 2008 searching for Bestiaries in and on Cathedrals, old houses and churches. This part takes us out of Zagreb to a visit at the Tomljanovicfamily in Virovitica, in to Hungary and a cold shower in the lake Balaton. Further on to Budapest,Esztergom and into Slovakia where we end up in Bratislava.
  • FFXII Ashe Solo Part 142 Ashe vs Marilith Ashe Solo FINAL FANTASY XII Ashe battles Marilith Final Fantasy XII Mark Marilith Stats Level Evade % 38 7 HP MP 54921 540 Power Defense 58 21 Magic Power Magic Defense 19 21 Japanese マリリス Romaji Maririsu Location(s) Zertinan Caverns (Invitation to Heresy) Bestiary Location Marks LP Awarded 22 Common Steal Fire Stone Uncommon Steal Prime Tanned Hide Rare Steal Fire Crystal Common Poach none Rare Poach none High Drop none Medium Drop none Low Drop none Very Low Drop none Resistant to N/A Weak Against Water Absorbs Fire Immune to Thunder, Earth, Ice, Wind, Holy, Dark, Death, Petrify, Stop, Doom, Sleep, Reverse, Disable, Immobilize, Poison, Oil, Sap, Lure, Berserk, Warp, Poach, Fractional Damage, Sight Unseeing, Syphon, Numerology, Charm, Achilles, Wither, Addle Attack(s) (9 hit-max, Fire based), Tail Spear, Gnaw Abilities N/A Innate abilities Safety, Null Knockback, Null Evade, Adrenaline, Last Stand, If HP 50% - Parry, Attack Plus If HP 20% - Attack CT = 0 Additional Info Has 100% Protect, Shell, and Haste; If HP 50% - Loses Null Evade restored to full HP if party leaves area Hunt 09: A Tingling Toast Petitioner: Tavernmaster Petitioner's Location: Rabanastre (The Sandsea) Saw bill posted for the hunting of the Marilith (Rank V). The petitioner is the tavernmaster at the Sandsea tavern in Rabanastre. Hunt accepted. The tavernmaster wants you to collect an important ingredient for making wine from the mark. The Marilith is to be found in Zertinan Caverns, somewhere near ...
  • Final Fantasy VI Advance - Part 127: Why Get A Full Bestiary? Michael does a blind playthrough of Final Fantasy VI Advance for the GBA. Part 127 of 139. In this part, our heroes continue through the Soul Shrine, where they need to fight 100 battles in a row. Meanwhile, Michael talks about how he doesn't understand why people bother to get a full bestiary in these games. He talks about bestiaries for about six minutes. Brought to you by .
  • Manitoba Bestiary M***cript in the style of 12th century bestiaries
  • The Beauty in the Beasts Beauty in the Beasts: Medieval and Modern Bestiaries Featuring the Bestiary of Guillame Apollinaire & Raoul Dufy An Exhibit at the Jack and Elaine Whitehorn Memorial Library Caledon Victoria City March, 2008 Curated by Kghia Gherardi
  • FFXII Ashe Solo Part 274 Ashe vs Goliath Ashe Solo FINAL FANTASY XII Ashe battles Goliath Final Fantasy XII Mark Goliath Level Evade% 47 0 HP MP 224294 999 Power Defense 81 28 Magick Power Magick Defense 26 30 Japanese ゴリアテ Romaji Goriate Location Necrohol of Nabudis (Hall of Slumbering Might) Bestiary Location Marks LP Awarded 27 Common Steal Holy Magicite Uncommon Steal Iron Ore Rare Steal Holy Crystal Common Drop none Uncommon Drop none Rare Drop none Very Rare Drop none Common Poach none Rare Poach none Absorbs Holy Attacks Attack may inflict Disable, Lunge, Smite of Rage Abilities Gravity, Aeroga, Waterga, Magick Barrier Innate abilities Safety, Null Knockback, Null Evade, Adrenaline, Last Stand, Spellspring If Magick Barrier on - Magick Shield If HP 20% - Attack CT = 0 Weak Against Dark Resistant to Fire, Thunder, Ice, Earth, Water, Wind Immune to Death, Petrify, Stop, Doom, Confuse, Sleep Disease, Reverse, Disable, Immobilize, Silence, Blind, Poison, Oil, Sap, Lure, Berserk, Warp, Poach, Fractional Damage, Sight Unseeing, Syphon, Numerology, Charm, Achilles, Wither, Addle Other Information Has Protect Has 50% Bravery and Shell Rewards 3600 gil Save the Queen Einherjarium Hunt 24: The Creature CollectorPetitioner: Barrong Petitioner's Location: Nalbina Fortress Saw bill posted for the hunting of Goliath (Rank VI). The petitioner is Barrong in the West Ward in Nalbina. Hunt accepted. Barrong wants field observations on Goliath for his bestiary. Goliath is to be found in the Necrohol of Nabudis. Enter ...
  • Final Fantasy VI Advance - Part 136: More Dragon Fights Michael does a blind playthrough of Final Fantasy VI Advance for the GBA. Part 136 of 139. In this part, our heroes continue through the Soul Shrine, which is the bonus dungeon where you fight 100 battles a row. The battles have started getting tough. Gold Dragon kills our heroes three times before I skip the fight, and Holy Dragon gives us some trouble. Brought to you by .
  • Final Fantasy VI Advance - Part 133: Why Bother Remaking Final Fantasy Games? Michael does a blind playthrough of Final Fantasy VI Advance for the GBA. Part 133 of 139. In this part, Michael wonders why they bother to re-release/remake the Final Fantasy games so often, in the era of Virtual Console. Can't people just get the original games off the Virtual Console? It's not like they change THAT much in the re-releases; after all, this re-release looks and feels IDENTICAL to the original SNES version. Michael then questions if this game is really ALL that different from Final Fantasy One (answer: no). Final Fantasy VI feels like a big remake of Final Fantasy I, to be honest. Michael also wonders what Kefka was doing during the third act of the game. Brought to you by .
  • The Element Encyclopedia of Magical Creatures Book I bought this book while I was waiting in line at Barnes & Noble. It screamed at me as being a really useful tool for a fantasy GM who wanted to use monsters that are from real world mythology and folklore. The Element Encyclopedia of Magical Creatures The ultimate az of fantastic beings from myth and magic ISBN 978-1-4351-1086-1 (in case you want to order it or find it at the book store). I found this link online for some listings for creatures from myth and folklore: I know there are some Wikipedia articles out there on the individual creatures as well if you search for each creature's name via Google. Here is a Wikipedia article about Bestiaries:
  • Shin Megami Tensei II - Basilisk Battle Basilisk. Forgot to record the entire battle, sorry. From Wikipedia: In European bestiaries and legends, a basilisk ('bæzɪlɪsk[1], from the Greek βασιλίσκος basilískos, "little king"; Latin Regulus) is a legendary reptile reputed to be king of serpents and said to have the power of causing death by a single glance. According to the Naturalis Historia of Pliny the Elder, the basilisk of Cyrene is a small snake, "being not more than twelve fingers in length",[2] that is so venomous that it leaves a wide trail of deadly venom in its wake, and its gaze is likewise lethal; its weakness is in the odour of the weasel, which according to Pliny, was thrown into the basilisk's hole, recognisable because all the surrounding shrubs and grass had been scorched by its presence. Basilisk is also the name of a genus of small lizards, (family Corytophanidae). The Green Basilisk, also called plumed basilisk, is a lizard that can run across the surface of water.
  • The Ruins Of Beverast - Mount Sinai Moloch Atmospheric/Ambient Black Metal. from the album ''Foulest Semen of a Sheltered Elite'' 2009

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  • “We've talked about the New Weird in this here blog in the past, and Miéville is one of its ambassadors. He also loves monsters and bestiaries. I'm rereading "Perdido Street Station" currently”
    — My China Miéville Crush: Grime, Birds, Weird. | The Official,

  • “Blog Travel Blog Exchange: A community of new media travel writers who share the journey. safari”
    — Blogs - Travel Blog Exchange,

  • “15th Century illustration Lions have long and undeniably been a part of world culture and heritage. Here, I confer an aspect of the rich and varied”
    — Medieval Lions and The Bestiaries | Plan Your Safari,

  • “Read Hypnos - Greek God of Sleep by Jan Claus Di Blasio on Myspace Blogs! New blogTopics added every minute. Hypnos, unravel thy sterling cobwebsWi”
    — Hypnos - Greek God of Sleep - Jan Claus Di Blasio's Myspace Blog |,

  • “A vast body of literature which climaxed two thousand years of the symbolic culture of Western Europe, combining neoPlatonism, kabbalism, alchemy, magic, hermetism, elements of rhetoric, the Greek myths, fables, proverbs and aphorisms of the”
    — Symbolic Literature of the Renaissance,

  • “A week passed, and Medivh had not emerged from his quarters. Moroes would shuffle new to the observer, but were better duplicated in the bestiaries already in the library”
    — A week passed - aion gold,

  • “She brought in a laminated roll of past rejection slips, which she has also posted on her blog recently. They talked about how they got ideas — cool stuff about bestiaries and folklore”
    — Sonderbooks " Blog Archive " National Book Festival 2009,

  • “Welcome to the Castlevania Wiki's forums! Bestiaries. Inventories. Locations. Community. Recent blog posts. Forum. Random Page Wiki Activity. Watchlist Recent changes. Index. Edit. Forum page. Edited by Reinhart77. View full history. Search the forums. Forum. Main. Welcome to the Castlevania Wiki's forums!”
    — Forum:Index - The Castlevania Wiki - Castlevania, Castlevania,

  • “Monty asks how English would be different if the Normans had lost at Hastings. If you In addition to poems, proverbs, bestiaries, Psalters, commentaries on the Bible, sermons,”
    — Finding History " French,

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