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Psalter, Use of Sarum ('The Rutland Psalter') Date c 1260 Add MS 62925 Folio 4r

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Cat climbing a tree | Also from the Breviary from Taranto, Italy and created between 1350 and 1400

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fuckyeahheraldry: “ The bagpipe is only mentioned in British heraldry in connection with a rabbit playing on it. Both the Devonshire family Hopwell and the ancient Derbyshire family FitzErcald bear.

Hare with Bagpipe. In medieval marginalia the hare is often shown playing a rather suggestively shaped bagpipe.  detail Flemish c.1320-30.  Bodl_Douce5 by tony harrison, via Flickr

fuckyeahheraldry: “ The bagpipe is only mentioned in British heraldry in connection with a rabbit playing on it. Both the Devonshire family Hopwell and the ancient Derbyshire family FitzErcald bear.

Detail from The Luttrell Psalter, British Library Add MS 42130 (medieval manuscript,1325-1340), f58v

Detail from The Luttrell Psalter, British Library Add MS 42130 (medieval