The Ashmole Bestiary (Bodleian Library MS. Ashmole 1511) is a late 12th or early 13th century English illuminated manuscript Bestiary containing a creation story and detailed allegorical descriptions of over 100 animals. Rich colour miniatures of the animals are also included.
Hugh of Fouilloy's moral treatise on birds, De avibus, is incorporated into the text with 29 full colour illustrations.
- The Medieval Bestiary
- MS Ashmole 1511 in the Bodleian Libraries Catalogue of Medieval Manuscripts
- MS Ashmole 1511 Images available in Digital Bodleian
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