"Agnel of John II., King of France. Agnel- A French gold coin bearing a figure of the paschal lamb, first issued by Louis IX., and not struck after Charles IX."-Whitney, 1902

Agnel

"Agnel of John II., King of France. Agnel- A French gold coin bearing a figure of the paschal lamb,…

An illustration of a barn filled with animals, including: cows, a rooster, a horse, lambs, and birds.

Barn Full of Animals

An illustration of a barn filled with animals, including: cows, a rooster, a horse, lambs, and birds.

The Evergreen is a story that was illustrated by Scottish artist John Duncan. The drawing seems to depict a couple playing music together outside on a field with lamb.

The Evergreen

The Evergreen is a story that was illustrated by Scottish artist John Duncan. The drawing seems to depict…

An illustration of a young girl wearing a bonnet kneeling down beside and petting a small lamb.

Young Girl Kneeling & Petting Lamb

An illustration of a young girl wearing a bonnet kneeling down beside and petting a small lamb.

"They are accordingly found on the mountainour parts of Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cumberland, and Westmoreland; over the whole of the Lammermuir range, the upper part of Lanarkshire, and generally over the Highlands of Scotland. Both male and female of this breed have horns, which in the former are very large and spirally twisted. The face and legs are black or specked with black, with an occasional tendency to this color on the fleece; but there is nothing of the brown or russet color which distinguishes the down breeds." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Black-Faced Heath

"They are accordingly found on the mountainour parts of Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cumberland, and Westmoreland;…

Gulliver at six inches with farm animals, compared to a giant's foot.

Six inch man and horse

Gulliver at six inches with farm animals, compared to a giant's foot.

A famous English essayist, best known for his <em>Essays of Elia</em> and for the children's book <em>Tales from Shakespeare</em>, which he produced along with his sister, Mary Lamb.

Charles Lamb

A famous English essayist, best known for his Essays of Elia and for the children's book Tales

A famous author who produced works such as <em>History of the Ciry of New York</em> and was the editor of the <em>Magazine of American History.</em>

Martha Lamb

A famous author who produced works such as History of the Ciry of New York and was the editor…

"Argent, a lamb passant, carrying a banner charged with a cross. PASCHAL LAMB, or HOLY LAMB." -Hall, 1862

Paschal Lamb

"Argent, a lamb passant, carrying a banner charged with a cross. PASCHAL LAMB, or HOLY LAMB." -Hall,…

The lammergeyer (Swiss for "lamb-killer") is a member of the vulture family, but has a notably feathered neck. It generally preys on live animals, such as wild goats, mountain hare, and various species of birds.

Lammergeyer

The lammergeyer (Swiss for "lamb-killer") is a member of the vulture family, but has a notably feathered…

This fair linen cloth is intended to cover a communion table. The design on this cloth shows a lamb in the center that is surrounded by the evangelists.

Fair Linen Cloth

This fair linen cloth is intended to cover a communion table. The design on this cloth shows a lamb…

Scene from the nursery rhyme, "Mary Had a Little Lamb."

Mary Had a Little Lamb

Scene from the nursery rhyme, "Mary Had a Little Lamb."

Scene from the nursery rhyme, "Mary Had a Little Lamb."

Mary Had a Little Lamb

Scene from the nursery rhyme, "Mary Had a Little Lamb."

The monstrance is a device used in the Roman Catholic, Old Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran Churches to display the consecrated Host. The Host is also known as the Sacramental Bread, the Lamb, or Communion Bread.

Monstrance

The monstrance is a device used in the Roman Catholic, Old Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran Churches…

A sheep

Sheep

A sheep

A sheep

Sheep

A sheep

Eight sheep.

Eight Sheep

Eight sheep.

Sheep bred mainly for their wool.

Ewe and Lamb

Sheep bred mainly for their wool.

A breed of white faced sheep used for wool and meat.

Cheviot Ewe

A breed of white faced sheep used for wool and meat.

"The Leicesters are the most important sheep to the country. They are more widely diffused in the kingdom than any of their congeners. Although, from the altered taste of the community, their mutton is less esteemed than formerly, they still constitute the staple breed of the midland counties of England. Leicester rams are also more in demand then ever for crossing with other breeds." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Leicester Ewe

"The Leicesters are the most important sheep to the country. They are more widely diffused in the kingdom…

A lamb

Lamb

A lamb

A lamb

Lamb

A lamb

"The Leicesters are the most important sheep to the country. They are more widely diffused in the kingdom than any of their congeners. Although, from the altered taste of the community, their mutton is less esteemed than formerly, they still constitute the staple breed of the midland counties of England. Leicester rams are also more in demand then ever for crossing with other breeds." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Leicester Ram

"The Leicesters are the most important sheep to the country. They are more widely diffused in the kingdom…

"A distinct long woolled breed. They have been much modified by a large infusion of Leicester blood; but as their distinctive qualities fit them well for a bleak and humid habitat, there is now an aversion to risk these by further crossing." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Romney Marsh Breed

"A distinct long woolled breed. They have been much modified by a large infusion of Leicester blood;…

A small British sheep raised primarily for meat.

Southdown Sheep

A small British sheep raised primarily for meat.

An illustration of a white sheep standing up.

White Sheep

An illustration of a white sheep standing up.

A soldier with a bear and a shepherd with a sheep.

Soldier and Shepherd

A soldier with a bear and a shepherd with a sheep.

An illustration of a woman taking care of a fallen lamb.

Woman & Lamb

An illustration of a woman taking care of a fallen lamb.

Sheep being sheared for wool.

Wool

Sheep being sheared for wool.