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The Dragons of Spain and Portugal cover a wide range of attitudes and shapes.

Isidore of Seville wrote about dragons in his Etymologies and although he is a bishop, the writing keeps away from the typical Christian allegories. In general, he describes dragons as small faced and crested, with a narrow mouth. Its tail was considered the most deadly part of the beast.

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