Beasts, Bestiaries & the Physiologus

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Aristotle, Historia animalium, ed. and trans. A. L. Peck, 3 vols, London, 1965.

Le Bestiare de Philippe de Thaun, ed. Emmanual Walberg, Lund, 1900.

The Bestiary, ed. M. R. James, Oxford, 1928.

Clark, W. B. and M. T. McMunn, Beasts and Birds of the Middle Ages: The Bestiary and its Legacy, Philadelphia, 198.

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Diekstra, F. N. M., "The Physiologus, the Bestiaries and Medieval Animal Lore," Neophilologus, LXIX (1985), 142-55.

George, Wilma and W. B. Yapp, Natural History in the Medieval Bestiary, London, 1989.

Henderson, Arnold, "Medieval Beasts and Modern Cages: The Making of Meaning in Fables and Bestiaries," PMLA, XCVII (1982), 40-9.

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McCulloch, Frances, Medieval Latin and French Bestiaries, Chapel Hill, 1960.

Morson, John, "The English Cistercians and the Bestiary," Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, XXXIX (1956), 146-70.

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