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Illustration of a Vampire bat (Vespertilio vampyrus)  by Heath published 1800 in George Shaw 'General Zoology or Systematic Zoology', in which the Vampire bats feeding habits are described. However th...
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90732678 Illustration of a Vampire bat (Vespertilio vampyrus) by Heath published 1800 in George Shaw 'General Zoology or Systematic Zoology', in which the Vampire bats feeding habits are described. However th...© Paul D Stewart
Copperplate illustration of Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) by W. Read with later hand colouring . From 'Nature Displayed in the Heavens and on Earth' by Simeon Shaw 1823
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90732677 Copperplate illustration of Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) by W. Read with later hand colouring . From 'Nature Displayed in the Heavens and on Earth' by Simeon Shaw 1823© Paul D Stewart
Copperplate illustration of Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) by W. Read with later hand colouring. From 'Nature Displayed in the Heavens and on Earth' by Simeon Shaw 1823
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90732676 Copperplate illustration of Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) by W. Read with later hand colouring. From 'Nature Displayed in the Heavens and on Earth' by Simeon Shaw 1823© Paul D Stewart
Illustration of a Unicorn, antique woodcut published ca 1560 from the 'Cosmographia' by Sebastian Munster.
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90732648 Illustration of a Unicorn, antique woodcut published ca 1560 from the 'Cosmographia' by Sebastian Munster.© Paul D Stewart
Woodcut of Medditeranean Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus thynnus) by Conrad Gesner Woodcut.  From 'Icones Animalium'  1560.
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90732636 Woodcut of Medditeranean Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus thynnus) by Conrad Gesner Woodcut. From 'Icones Animalium' 1560.© Paul D Stewart
Woodblock illustration of Sea Hares from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491 - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. During the middle ages all manner of land animals were thought to have their o...
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90732635 Woodblock illustration of Sea Hares from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491 - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. During the middle ages all manner of land animals were thought to have their o...© Paul D Stewart
1491 Woodblock illustration of from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. Shows an apothecary removing a toad stone bezoar from a large toad's 'third eye'. Toad s...
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90732633 1491 Woodblock illustration of from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. Shows an apothecary removing a toad stone bezoar from a large toad's 'third eye'. Toad s...© Paul D Stewart
1491 Woodblock illustration of a from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - man taking a cure for snake bite. Hortus Sanitatis translates from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. The Hortus was the first printed na...
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90732632 1491 Woodblock illustration of a from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - man taking a cure for snake bite. Hortus Sanitatis translates from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. The Hortus was the first printed na...© Paul D Stewart
Woodblock illustration from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. Showing the snake Cerastes and the cyanocephalus dog headed man. The Hortus was the first printe...
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90732631 Woodblock illustration from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. Showing the snake Cerastes and the cyanocephalus dog headed man. The Hortus was the first printe...© Paul D Stewart
Woodblock illustration of a Phoenix in her nest of fire from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491- translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'.  The Hortus was the first printed natural history encyclopa...
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90732630 Woodblock illustration of a Phoenix in her nest of fire from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491- translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. The Hortus was the first printed natural history encyclopa...© Paul D Stewart
Woodblock illustration, the first printed image of a falconer with hawks, from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491 - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Helath'. The Hortus was the first printed natural...
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90732629 Woodblock illustration, the first printed image of a falconer with hawks, from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491 - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Helath'. The Hortus was the first printed natural...© Paul D Stewart
Woodblock illustration of Camels from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491  - translated from the latin as 'Garden of Health'. This is the first printed illustration of a camel in literature. The Hortus was...
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90732628 Woodblock illustration of Camels from Ortus (Hortus) Sanitatis 1491 - translated from the latin as 'Garden of Health'. This is the first printed illustration of a camel in literature. The Hortus was...© Paul D Stewart
Woodblock illustration of a camel from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis 1491 - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. This is the first printed illustration of a camel in literature.  The Hortus was...
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90732627 Woodblock illustration of a camel from Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis 1491 - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health'. This is the first printed illustration of a camel in literature. The Hortus was...© Paul D Stewart
Woodblock illustration of Mandrake (Mandragora) from two pages of the Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health' by Jacob Meydenbach, 1491. He describes plants and anim...
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90732619 Woodblock illustration of Mandrake (Mandragora) from two pages of the Ortus (Hortus) sanitatis - translated from the Latin as 'Garden of Health' by Jacob Meydenbach, 1491. He describes plants and anim...© Paul D Stewart
Woodcut illustration of dolphin's placenta, skull and birth by Gesner. Gesner 'Icones Animalium', 1560. Generally animals were grouped by habitat, so dolphins were thought of as fish. However Gesner d...
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90732607 Woodcut illustration of dolphin's placenta, skull and birth by Gesner. Gesner 'Icones Animalium', 1560. Generally animals were grouped by habitat, so dolphins were thought of as fish. However Gesner d...© Paul D Stewart
Woodcut by Gesner 'Icones Animalium', 1560. Gesner and his contemporaries believed marine mammals were fish based on habitat. However Gesner did note that unlike fish they have no scales, give birth a...
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90732606 Woodcut by Gesner 'Icones Animalium', 1560. Gesner and his contemporaries believed marine mammals were fish based on habitat. However Gesner did note that unlike fish they have no scales, give birth a...© Paul D Stewart
European bison (Bison bonasus) Gesner Woodcut from 'Icones Animalium' 1560.Vulnerable species.
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90732579 European bison (Bison bonasus) Gesner Woodcut from 'Icones Animalium' 1560.Vulnerable species.© Paul D Stewart
Illustrations of Birds of Paradise (Paradisaea spp), woodcut from Merian and Jonston's 'Historia Naturalis' 1660 (which continued to be printed up to 1767) Shows a range of species including the blue...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690218 Illustrations of Birds of Paradise (Paradisaea spp), woodcut from Merian and Jonston's 'Historia Naturalis' 1660 (which continued to be printed up to 1767) Shows a range of species including the blue...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Illustration of War Elephant (Elephas maximus), 1552, The Cosmographia, Book V, by Sebastian Munster (the early latin edition from the Basel printing house of Sebastian Heinrich Petri) Woodcut plate i...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690217 Illustration of War Elephant (Elephas maximus), 1552, The Cosmographia, Book V, by Sebastian Munster (the early latin edition from the Basel printing house of Sebastian Heinrich Petri) Woodcut plate i...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Illustration 'Of the Tiger' (Panthera tigris) a 1607 engraving with later tinting from Edward Topsell's 'History of four Footed Beasts' Topsell produced one of the first printed English Bestiaries, co...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690216 Illustration 'Of the Tiger' (Panthera tigris) a 1607 engraving with later tinting from Edward Topsell's 'History of four Footed Beasts' Topsell produced one of the first printed English Bestiaries, co...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Illustration of Indian Elephant (Elephas maximus) 'Of the Elephant' a 1607 engraving with later tinting from Edward Topsell's 'History of four Footed Beasts' Topsell produced one of the first English...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690215 Illustration of Indian Elephant (Elephas maximus) 'Of the Elephant' a 1607 engraving with later tinting from Edward Topsell's 'History of four Footed Beasts' Topsell produced one of the first English...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Woodcut illustration of the 'Monster of Krakow' was reported widely in the mid sixteenth century as a real occurence It was seen by many protestants as a monstrous symptom of divine displeasure at the...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690213 Woodcut illustration of the 'Monster of Krakow' was reported widely in the mid sixteenth century as a real occurence It was seen by many protestants as a monstrous symptom of divine displeasure at the...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Woodcut illustration of Wolverine (Gulo gulo) or Glutton, squeezing between trees to defecate before resuming feeding From Conrad Gesner's 'Icones Animalium' published by Christof Froschover, Zurich,...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690212 Woodcut illustration of Wolverine (Gulo gulo) or Glutton, squeezing between trees to defecate before resuming feeding From Conrad Gesner's 'Icones Animalium' published by Christof Froschover, Zurich,...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Woodcut illustration of European wolf (Canis lupus) From Conrad Gesner's 'Icones Animalium' published by Christof Froschover, Zurich, 1560  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690211 Woodcut illustration of European wolf (Canis lupus) From Conrad Gesner's 'Icones Animalium' published by Christof Froschover, Zurich, 1560© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) portrait detail from a woodcut with old colouring Conrad Gesner 'Icones Animalium' publ Christof Froschover, Zurich, 1560 Gesner's artist catches the perceived intelligent and...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690210 Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) portrait detail from a woodcut with old colouring Conrad Gesner 'Icones Animalium' publ Christof Froschover, Zurich, 1560 Gesner's artist catches the perceived intelligent and...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
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