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Bernickelgans

by Bibuser last modified 2007-06-26 09:52

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by author and year.

There are 14 references in this bibliography folder.

Allen, EH
Barnacles in nature and in myth
(1928)
Oxford.

Ankel, WE
Das Märchen von den Entenmuscheln
(1962)
Natur und Museum, XCII:207-218.

Beare, R
Is the barnacle goose selfish, and is it Harold?
(2003)
Notes and Queries, 248:10-11.

Beare, R
Which of Godwin's sons was called a barnacle goose?
(1999)
Notes and Queries, 244:5-6.

Beare, R
Swallows and barnacle geese
(1998)
Notes and Queries, 243:5.

Beare, R
Earl Godwin's son as a barnacle goose
(1997)
Notes and Queries, 242:459-62.

Coonen, LP
Medieval skepticism of the Barnacle Goose legend
(1969)
Turtox News, 47(6):210-212.

Donogue, D
An Anser for Exeter Book Riddle 74
(1998)
In: Words and Works. Studies in medieval English language and literature in honour of Fred C. Robinson, ed. by Peter S. Baker, Toronto.

Egmond, F and Mason, P
Report on a wild goose chase
(1995)
Journal of the history of collections, 7:25-43.

Hoffmann-Krayer, E
Baumgans
(1927)
In: Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubens, ed. by Hanns Bächthold-Stäubli, vol. I, pp. 958-962.

Ruska, J
Die Bernickelgans nach arabischen Überlieferungen
(1929)
Abhandlungen zur Geschichte der Mathematik, Naturwissenschaften und Technik, 12:413-414.

Stewart, AM
Hector Boece and "claik" geese
(1988)
Northern Scotland, 8:17-23.

Van der Lugt, M
Animal légendaire et discours savant médiéval. Le barnacle dans tous ses états
(2000)
Micrologus, 8:1-5, 351-393.

Vollmann B
Schiffshalter und Barnikelgans: die Last des antiken Erbes in der mittelalterlichen Naturkundeenzyklopädik
(2002)
In: Mystik-Überlieferung-Naturkunde. Gegenstände und Methoden mediävistischer Forschungspraxis, ed. by R. Luff / R. K. Weigand , Hildesheim, pp. 109-124.

 
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