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Collection: Eagle and Vulture (Aquila and Vultur)
Vulture and Eagle (Aquila and Vultur)
A woodcut of a goose and a vulture, accompanied by a Latin description of their status among other animals.
Vulture (Medieval Bestiary)
Depiction of vulture in The Physiologus by Epiphanius, a book of half-page copperplate illustrations of animals
Vultur (Vulture): Medieval Bestiary
The vulture is depicted eating an animal carcass. The general qualities of the vulture are discussed.