Curiosités judiciaires et historiques du Moyen Âge. Procès contre les animaux (“Judicial and historical curiosities of the Middle Ages. Trial against animals”) was written by Émile Agnel (1810–1882) and originally published in 1858. Axel Pelletanche Thévenart’s interpretation of the text is set in Laica. The digitally printed book has 84 pages and measures 108×175 mm. Learn more about the history of animal trials on Sarah Lippincott’s website.