The Way to Skin and Cut Up a Stag
1850 drawing from a 15th-century MS. illustration in "Phoebus, and his Staff for hunting Wild Animals"
Published in Paul LaCroix, Manners, Custom and Dress During the Middle Ages and During the Renaissance Period
The man in the upper right holds a bucksaw, which he will use to cut the stag into large pieces after it has been skinned.
A bucksaw is the attribute of St. Simon the Apostle
Source: Project Gutenberg