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A cat playing with a mouse - medieval illustration from "The Lutterell Psalter" - British Library, Additional MS 42130, Folio 190r

A cat playing with a mouse - medieval illustration from "The Lutterell Psalter" - British Library, Additional MS 42130, Folio 190r

Medieval Bestiary : Cat Gallery

Medieval Bestiary : Cat Gallery

Une géographie du monde animal médiéval. Les animaux au moyen âge De gauche à droite et de haut en bas : Éléphant, chien, loup, chien, lapin, chèvre. Cheval, lion, chien, bélier,...

... see also here http www medievalists net 2013 06 23 medieval pet names

... see also here http www medievalists net 2013 06 23 medieval pet names

OURS, source unknown.

OURS, source unknown.

Una nota sobre nombres de mascotas en la Edad Media. (visto en Twitter gracias a @yuri_herrera y @joseluiszarate)

Una nota sobre nombres de mascotas en la Edad Media. (visto en Twitter gracias a @yuri_herrera y @joseluiszarate)

Denis Dubois

Denis Dubois

Denis Dubois est, comme il le dit lui-même, "manufacteur d'images". Ses vignettes détournent l'imagerie populaire et les dessins d'almanach de la Belle Époque.

Medieval Cat Names: In medieval England domestic cats were known as Gyb – the short form of of Gilbert – and that name was also popular for individual pet cats. Meanwhile in France they were called Tibers or Tibert was generic name fo domestic cat in France – Tibert the Cat was one of the characters in the Reynard the Fox animal fables. Tybalt in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is named after the cat in Reynard the Fox (and is called 'Prince of Cats' by Mercutio in reference to this).

Medieval Cat Names: In medieval England domestic cats were known as Gyb – the short form of of Gilbert – and that name was also popular for individual pet cats. Meanwhile in France they were called Tibers or Tibert was generic name fo domestic cat in France – Tibert the Cat was one of the characters in the Reynard the Fox animal fables. Tybalt in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is named after the cat in Reynard the Fox (and is called 'Prince of Cats' by Mercutio in reference to this).

'Elephant', Folio 6v, Bestiarius - Bestiary from the 15th century

'Elephant', Folio 6v, Bestiarius - Bestiary from the 15th century

Cat (or is it a monkey) and mouse from the Macclesfield Psalter

Cat (or is it a monkey) and mouse from the Macclesfield Psalter

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