OTHER WORDS FROM bestiarybes·ti·a·rist [bes-chee-er-ist, -cher-, bees-], /ˈbɛs tʃi ər ɪst, -tʃər-, ˈbis-/, noun
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The maps for US congressional and state legislative races often resemble electoral bestiaries, with bizarrely shaped districts emerging from wonky hybrids of counties, precincts, and census blocks.Mathematicians are deploying algorithms to stop gerrymandering|Siobhan Roberts|August 12, 2021|MIT Technology Review
For the structure of this verse, see p. 327; the following is a restoration and scansion of the passages in the Bestiary.
The author of the Bestiary was acquainted with one or both of these.
The medival bestiary was a book which sought to enunciate religious instruction by an appeal to the curiosity of credulous people.
Another Bestiary, of slightly later date, illuminated in the same manner.
A Bestiary of the beginning of the thirteenth century, enriched with many very curious paintings upon a ground of brilliant gold.