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Psalm 103, with a watermill, from the Luttrell Psalter
Psalm 103 from the Luttrell Psalter, c. 1325 - 1340.
Border decoration, with a grotesque in the outer margin consisting of a surprised man with winged serpent's body holding a blue ram on his shoulders. In the lower margin is a watermill; a brick building with wooden framework. The waterwheel is in a narrow stream formed by a wooden dam placed across the greater part of the river; fish nets and eel traps are visible beneath the waters of the mill leat. Originally published/produced in England [East Anglia].
Add. MS 42130, f.181
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