Folio 29v Commentary
|f29v Text: a discursion on the north wind (aquilo).
Illustration: This spread-eagled bird is usually referred to
as a hawk, preceding its chapter on f30-30v. It may depict the bird
spreading its wings to the south wind to facilitate moulting. Could
it be alternatively an eagle (aquila), a pun on aquilo
the north wind, and a tangible image for the invisible wind? Three initials
The illustration in detail