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Hooves Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 22 pictures in our Hooves collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Cuts of Veal
Cuts of Veal
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Cloven hooves: the feet of a Jersey cow
Cloven hooves: the feet of a Jersey cow
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Medieval trained horses
Medieval trained horses
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Medieval entertainment with horses
Medieval entertainment with horses
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Hircocervus, goat-stag or horse-stag - The Trusty Servant
Hircocervus, goat-stag or horse-stag - The Trusty Servant
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Unclean Animals Judaism
Unclean Animals Judaism
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Wagoner, Shropshire, silhouette - 1
Wagoner, Shropshire, silhouette - 1
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Men at work on horses hooves
Men at work on horses hooves
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Jockey on pony on a New Year card
Jockey on pony on a New Year card
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Illustration by Cecil Aldin, The Barbary Sheep
Illustration by Cecil Aldin, The Barbary Sheep
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Female vet at horse repository, WWI
Female vet at horse repository, WWI
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Klipspringer - stand on the tips of their hooves
Klipspringer - stand on the tips of their hooves
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Unclean Animals Judaism Featured Image

Unclean Animals Judaism

In Judaism, the concept of impure or unclean animals, plays a prominent role in Jewish law that specifies which foods are allowed (kosher) and which are forbidden to eat. In the Torah, some animals are named as pure or impure, whilst others are classified by other criteria that make them either pure or impure. To be pure an animal must be slaughtered and cleaned according to specific regulations. Land-dwelling animals that both chew the cud and have cloven hooves, are kosher. Camels, hare, pigs and boars are considered unclean animals because they do not meet these characteristics. Date:

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Hoofs of a domestic reindeer
Hoofs of a domestic reindeer
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Butcher prepares meat
Butcher prepares meat
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Beef cuts, 1857
Beef cuts, 1857
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A Spring P(h)antasy by Wilmot Lunt
A Spring P(h)antasy by Wilmot Lunt
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Carriage pulled by two white shire horses
Carriage pulled by two white shire horses
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Demon Born of the Deluge
Demon Born of the Deluge
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Donkey Gets New Shoes
Donkey Gets New Shoes
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A Solitary Giraffe/C19
A Solitary Giraffe/C19
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Tarot Card 15 - Le Diable (The Devil)
Tarot Card 15 - Le Diable (The Devil)
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Illustration by Cecil Aldin, Puss Puss
Illustration by Cecil Aldin, Puss Puss
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