The illuminated manuscript shows the Prophet with a fish's tail and feathers on his body. The Bible was on display at the page shown at an exhibition entitled "Books of the Word: Torah, Bible and Koran" in Paris and was seen by thousands of visitors as well as being put on-line (it still is). Nobody complained let alone demonstrated or threatened violence. Would that still be the case today if some over-sensitive Muslim decided to make this a cause-celebre?
La provocation de Charlie Hebdo renvoie à des pratiques très anciennes.
Détail de la première version latine du Coran (1141-1143), un ouvrage conservé à la BnF.