Detail of wall painting (20th century copy),  of an Osne, Lombard Romanesque style Church of Sant Joan de Boi, 11th century, Catalonia, Spain.  On the undersides of arches and in the lower part of the church are murals representing the Medieval bestiary, a mix of known animals and fantastic beasts such as the Osne. The murals are now preserved at the National Museum of Catalan Art (MNAC) in Barcelona. Picture by Manuel Cohen.

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Detail of wall painting (20th century copy), of an Osne, Lombard Romanesque style Church of Sant Joan de Boi, 11th century, Catalonia, Spain. On the undersides of arches and in the lower part of the church are murals representing the Medieval bestiary, a mix of known animals and fantastic beasts such as the Osne. The murals are now preserved at the National Museum of Catalan Art (MNAC) in Barcelona. Picture by Manuel Cohen.

Copyright © Manuel Cohen

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