The Unicorn in Captivity is rife with symbols of fertility and marriage; many of the plants depicted here, such as wild orchid, bistort, and thistle, were used as fertility aids in the Middle Ages. The 'AE' cipher in the lower right corner refers to the original owners of the tapestries, who remain unknown, but leading theories suggest that the 'A' may have been Anne of Brittany.
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