A Gothic detail from Barcelona Cathedral, photographed by Artyom Kotyenko.
On the right is Wilfred the Hairy, a Catalan hero, rushing
off to fight the Moors - which he did disastrously.
A contemporary of Charles the Bald of Frankland, he was Count of Urgell (870-897), Cerdanya (870-897), Barcelona (878-897),
Girona (878-897), Besalú (878-897), and Ausona (886-897).
On the left, a Muslim (symbolised by a griffin) attacks a Christian (symbolised
by a sheep).
(But of course all religious and political followers are sheep - and they are usually ruled by monsters.)