See-saw, Margery daw,
Jacky shall have a new master;
Jacky shall have but a tuppence a day
because he can’t work any faster.
Its name means Big-footed Lizard and it is also the name given to the Indians in Patagonia in Argentina where Patagosaurus was discovered.
Once again only an odd bone or two have been found, so I drew a curly skeleton and used the drawings from an old Anglo-Saxon book called The Book of Kells. The Anglo-Saxons loved drawing knots and finished the ends of the knots with fantastic animal heads. The man at the bottom would have been playing a harp in the original book. Here he is playing on a large bone.