Saturday, August 18, 2012

theartofgooglebooks:

Inky cat footprints!

From p. 170 of Clavis Bibliorum: The Key of the Bible, Unlocking the Richest Treasury of the Holy Scriptures by Francis Roberts (1675). Original from Princeton University. Digitized August 12, 2008.


Writing challenge: how does a 17th century Bible scholar curse at his ink-spilling pet?

Notes

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    KITTY PRINTS!
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    Important cats in history part xxxx ?
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