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Animal (land) – lion

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Livingstone and the LionDaniel in the Den of LionsChristian passes the LionsLionThe LionTaking a siestaAwakened by the roar of a lionThe lion gazing in astonishment at the umbrellaMr O'Toole opens the umbrella in the lion's faceThe lion, terrified, makes his escapeHe watches the retreat of the lionHe marches proudly away with his umbrellaThe LionThe Lion and the MouseLionLioness (Felis Leo)Samson and the Lion'A Man Eater!' gurgled the Globe Trotter catching sight of a LionThe Lion's intended relish started swarming up Trees'Never mind! these'll do for Stilts anyway''These blessed Stilts are sinking! Quicksands! what's this?''If he gets this Anchor thing down his Neck I breathe''Ah-h! now for the Gastronomic Chef to tell him how 'twas done'Pursues the LionsLion bent on revengeBaron defies the LionLion enraged opens his mouthBut here you now see gathered round, as strange a crew as could be foundThe Royal StandardAndrocles extracts the thorn from the lion's footAndrocles falls asleep under the lion's protectionThe lion, recently caught, proves to be the one he relieved in the desertAndrocles released and the lion given to him, he marches through the city with himL, for the Lark who so loves to be free, / likewise the Lions, one laughing you seeA lion makes his appearanceThe lion astonished at the umbrellaThe umbrella keeps the lion at bayStill more astonished when he sees it openedMr O'Toole shields himself with itThe lion retreats, somewhat dismayedHis guests were all assembledShe softly swallowed him and made no mentionSome punishment is due for this transgressionBut Mr Lynx was taken in possessionThen on the leopard sprangAs down his throat the roaring lion hastedNative and Lion[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]The LionThe Ogre changed into a MouseDavid Slaying the LionPersepolis. The Ancient Capital of Persia (Briton Riviere) (Lions prowling among the Ruins)O Lord our God, arise / Scatter his enemiesMisericord. A Lion -- Exeter CathedralLion and Dragon Boss, St John Baptist Chapel, ExeterLion Boss, Exeter CathedralVigilant Lion, Exeter CathedralLion Boss, Exeter CathedralLion Boss, Exeter CathedralLion of St Mark Boss, Exeter Cathedral[Wildlife display: lions attacking zebra]The lion of Babylon, statue in basaltUna and the Lion[Lion in cage at zoo]LionIn death's dark vale I fear no ill[Lion chasing antelopes and ostriches on plain]Lion, crouching attitudeLioness with killed animalLion with dead zebraLion lying among rocksThe LionsThe Flight into Egypt[David Slaying the Lion][Lion attacking antelope, watched by baboons]LionLion, SkeletonTypes of carnivores -- Bear, Lion, DogLion cubs, Dublin ZooSkeleton of Lion (After Huxley)LionessLion. Felis leo [male]Lucerne -- 'The Lion'[Female lion standing][Male lion sitting on track, yawning][Female lion sitting under trees]Androcles extracts a thorn from a Lion's footAndrocles asleep under the Lion's protectionThe Lion proves to be his friendAndrocles is released and goes with the Lion
Lucerna ID 9000356

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 25 February 2017

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  Lucerna Magic Lantern Web Resource, lucerna.exeter.ac.uk, item 9000356. Accessed 1 February 2023.

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