Piggy in the Middle

Piggy in the Middle

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A boar stands between two mythical beasts popular in medieval art and commonly represented in the bestiaries. Above piggy is the Yale, described as being the size of a horse with an elephant’s tail and the jaws of a boar. The Yale has two very long horns capable of moving independently one of the other. Below piggy is the Amphisbaena, a venemous reptile with two heads, one in the right place and the other at the end of its tail. It could tolerate cold climates, unlike other serpents, and was able to scuttle backwards and forwards with equal speed

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A boar stands between two mythical beasts popular in medieval art and commonly represented in the bestiaries. Above piggy is the Yale, described as being the size of a horse with an elephant’s tail and the jaws of a boar. The Yale has two very long horns capable of moving independently one of the other. Below piggy is the Amphisbaena, a venemous reptile with two heads, one in the right place and the other at the end of its tail. It could tolerate cold climates, unlike other serpents, and was able to scuttle backwards and forwards with equal speed

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