Anonymous said: imagine a dragon who hoarded librarians and every so often knights come to rescue them and the librarians get very upset because the dragon is quiet and reshelves everything neatly and the knights are Very Annoying

niwandajones:

accrementitious:

gallifreyanconsultingdetective:

can I just

Yes please?

This is wonderful, assuming the dragon also shelves things correctly. Lord knows that the knights wouldn’t.

houghtonlib:

Catholic Church. Book of Hours and Missal : manuscript, [between 1485 and 1490].

MS Typ 443.1

Houghton Library, Harvard University

houghtonlib:

Catholic Church. Hore intemerate Virginis Marie secundum vsum Romanum incipiunt feliciter. [Paris : Antoine Vérard, 8 February 1489/90]
Typ Inc 8414.5
Houghton Library, Harvard University

houghtonlib:

Catholic Church. Hore intemerate Virginis Marie secundum vsum Romanum incipiunt feliciter. [Paris : Antoine Vérard, 8 February 1489/90]

Typ Inc 8414.5

Houghton Library, Harvard University

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doorsandgates:

Windows. East facade. Fountains Abbey. North Yorkshire. 
July 2014.

doorsandgates:

Windows. East facade. Fountains Abbey. North Yorkshire. 

July 2014.

doorsandgates:

Doorway. Fountains Abbey. North Yorkshire. 
July 2014.

doorsandgates:

Doorway. Fountains Abbey. North Yorkshire. 

July 2014.

From LonCon3.

Adam and Eve Font, All Saints Church, Moulton, Lincolnshire

Adam and Eve Font, All Saints Church, Moulton, Lincolnshire

St John the Baptist Church, Parson Drove, Cambridgeshire

St John the Baptist Church, Parson Drove, Cambridgeshire

books0977:

Kniha Elisky Pihrtové Ex-libris (c.1952). Pavel Šimon (Czech, 1920-1958). Colour soft ground and aquatint. Artist’s proof.
Šimon was educated at the Academy of Fine-Arts in Prague. He was a pupil of professor Pukl and a son of the renowned painter Tavík František Šimon and his wife Vilma Kracikova. Šimon is well-known for his book illustrations and ex-libris.

books0977:

Kniha Elisky Pihrtové Ex-libris (c.1952). Pavel Šimon (Czech, 1920-1958). Colour soft ground and aquatint. Artist’s proof.

Šimon was educated at the Academy of Fine-Arts in Prague. He was a pupil of professor Pukl and a son of the renowned painter Tavík František Šimon and his wife Vilma Kracikova. Šimon is well-known for his book illustrations and ex-libris.

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