Badgers

Badgers

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Caption: Badgers, illustrating the text that when digging a hole, some badgers lie on their backs and pile earth which has been dug by other badgers onto their bellies; they then allow themselves to be dragged out of the hole backwards by a piece of wood held in their mouth, Bestiary, with extracts from Giraldus Cambrensis on Irish birds. 2nd quarter of the 13th century

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Keywords: animal, animal categories, badger, bestiary, book, document, historical, history, illustration, latin, mammal, mustelidae, text, visual works, with extracts from giraldus cambrensis on irish birds, written language

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