Hogs and hunting dogs, 11th century

Hogs and hunting dogs, 11th century

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Caption: Hogs and hunting dogs. Artwork for an Anglo-Saxon calendar page for September. A man with hunting dogs is blowing a horn while another man tends hogs (wild pigs) that are rooting for acorns. It is thought that this calendar was produced in Winchester, England, in the period around 1030.

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