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It is not part of the project to provide a definitive edition of the text of the Bestiary, but to help readers by providing a transcription and translation of the text. Currently the following editorial conventions obtain:
The yale. The wolf.
The yale is as large as a horse, is black, and has an elephant's tail and the jaws of a wild boar. Its horns are long and mobile: one can fold backwards while the other fights. The wolf approaches a sheepfold like a dog, stealthily and silently, without waking the shepherd. His eyes shine at night like lamps.
Pricking and ruling are visible. Initial indicator 'e' in left margin. Initial type 2.
The wolf and his evil nature.
Pricking and ruling are visible. Two faint spelling corrections in lower right margin, and corresponding alterations in text.