Medieval Dogs

medieval dogNothin’ but a Hound Dog

The British Library has published an article online about Dogs in Medieval and earlier manuscripts. A fascinating read, with illustrations dating back many centuries. These are among the world’s earliest ‘Dogs in Print’ – true ‘Literary Dogs’. http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/digitisedmanuscripts/2013/02/nothin-but-a-hound-dog.html.

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About LiteraryDogs

I write and read about dogs, and admire dogs in print; ergo 'LiteraryDogs'. If you have some or all of these same sentiments, let's share our reading/writing knowledge and canine literary insights. My own writings are about Tibetan mastiffs, but I'm flexible and enjoy all dogs.
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