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References to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 283 references in this bibliography folder.

Block, EC
Corpus of Medieval Misericords in France
(2003)
Turnhout, Brepolis.

Block, EC
Bell the cat and gnaw the bone: animals and proverbs on misericords
(1991)
Reinardus, 4:41-50.

Blöcker, S
Studien zur Ikonographie der Sieben Todsünden in der niederländischen und deutschen Malerei und Graphik von 1450-1560
(1982)
Münster. Bonner Studien zur Kunstgeschichte. 8.

Bofarull y Sans, Fd
Animals in Watermarks
(1959)
Hilvarsum.

Bond, F
Wood Carvings in English Churches: Misericords
(1910)
London, Oxford University Press. Church Art in England.

Bouras, L
Two Byzantine puteals with dragon representations
(1978)
Jahrbuch der österreichischen Byzantinistik(27):323-326.

Butler, L
The Labours of the Months and 'The Haunted Tanglewood': aspects of late twelfth-century sculpture in Yorkshire
(1982)
In: A Medieval Miscellany in Honour of Professor John Le Patourel, ed. by R. L. Thomson. Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, Leeds Proceedings. 18. , pp. 79-95.

Cabanes, A
La Fauna Monstruosa de las Catedrales Medievales. Estudio preliminar de Tibor Chaminaud y Juan Carlos Licastro
(1982)
Buenos Aires, Enrique Rueda Editor. Colección La Biblioteca de las Maravillas.

CALVO GONZÁLEZ, J
Femme et monstre dans l'imaginaire médiévale et de la Renaissance (analyses narratives et idéographiques d'une allégorie)
(1995)
, ed. by Fédération historique du Languedoc méditerranéen et du RousillonLa Femme dans l'histoire et la société méridionales (IXe-XIXe s.). Actes du 66e congrès de la Fédération historique du Languedoc méditerranéen et du Roussillon organisé à Narbonne les 15 et 16 octobre 1994:231-241.

Cames, G
La création des animaux dans l'Hortus Deliciarum
(1976)
Cahiers archéologiques. Fin de l'Antiquité et Moyen Age, 25:131-142.

Camus, M
Les oiseaux dans la sculpture du Poitou roman
(1973)
Poitiers. Mémoires de la Société des Antiquaires de l'Ouest, 4e série. 11.

Capelle, T
Animal stamps and animal figures on Anglo-Saxon and Anglian pottery
(1987)
Medieval archaeology, 31:94-96.

Carter, D
The symbol of the beast: the animal-style art of Euroasia
(1957)
NY.

Cetto, AM
Animal drawings of eight centuries
(1950)
NY, Harper.

Challis, MG
Life in Medieval England as Portrayed on Church Misericords and Bench Ends
(1988)
Oxfordshire, Teamband Ltd.

Clark, K
Animals and Men. Their relationship as reflected in Western Art from prehistory to the present day
(1977)
London, Thames & Hudson.

Clouzot, M
La musique des marges. L'iconographie des animaux et des êtres hybrides musiciens dans les manuscrits enluminés des XIIIe et XIV siècles
(1999)
Cahiers de Civilisation Médiévale, 42:323-342.

Collins, AH
Symbolism of animals and birds represented in English church-architecture
(1913)
New York, McBride, Nast & Company.

Cox, JC
Bench-Ends in English Churches
(1916)
London, Oxford University Press. Church Art in England.

Cox, T
The Twelfth-Century Design Sources of the Worcester Cathedral Misericords
(1959)
Society of Antiquaries, Archaeologia.

Crombie, A
"Cybo d'Hyères": a fourteenth-century zoological artist
(1952)
Endeavon, XI:183-187.

Crusvar, L
l drago alato nell'iconografia del basso Medioevo e alcune sue rivisitazioni fra Trieste, la Dalmazia e le terre veneziane
(2004)
Atti e memorie della Società istriana di archeologia e storia patria, 52(104):159-213.

Dagrom, G
Image de bête ou image de Dieu. La physiognomonie animale dans la tradition grecque et ses avatars byzantins
(1987)
In: Poikilia. Etudes offertes à Jean-Pierre Vernant, ed. by ?, Paris, pp. 69-80.

Dalli Regoli, G
Sirene animalia sunt mortifera: animali e mostri in un architrave Lucchese del XII secolo
(1999)
Arte Cristiana, 87(795):405-412.

Darling, MT
A Sculptural Fragment from Cluny III and the Three-Headed Bird Iconography
(1996)
In: Animals and the symbolic in mediaeval art and literature, ed. by Luuk A. J. R. Houwen. Egbert Forsten, Groningen, pp. 209-223.

 
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