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

There are 9 references in this bibliography folder.

Dittrich, L and Dittrich, S
Eichhörnchen
(2004)
In: Lexikon der Tiersymbole. Tiere als Sinnbilder der Malerei des 14. – 17. Jahrhunderts. Imhof, Petersberg, pp. 73-78.

Gauchat, L
Les noms gallo-romans de l'écureuil
(1909)
Paris, Honoré Champion.

Heck, C and Cordonnier, R
Écureuil
(2011)
In: Le bestiaire médiéval. L'animal dans les manuscrits enluminés. Citadelles & Mazenod, Paris, pp. 514-519.

Hünemörder, C and Ehrhardt, H
'Eichhörnchen'
(1999)
In: Lexikon des Mittelalters, Stuttgart: Metzler, vol. 3, vols. 10, pp. 1668-1669.

Jewers, C
« L'Esquiriel, or what's in a tail? »
(2008)
In: The Old French Fabliaux. Essays on Comedy and Context, ed. by Kristin L. Burr, John F. Moram, Norris J. Lacy. McFarland, Jefferson N.C, pp. 69-81.

Mariño Ferro, XR and Girard, C
Écureuil
(1996)
In: Symboles animaux. Un dictionnaire des représentations et croyances en Occident. Desclée De Brouwer, Paris, pp. 125.

Schenda, R
Eichhörnchen
(1995)
In: Das ABC der Tiere. Märchen, Mythen und Geschichten. Beck, München, pp. 48-51.

Schmidtke, D
Eichhörnchen (sciurus)
(1968)
In: Geistliche Tierinterpretationen in der deutschsprachigen Literatur des Mittelalters (1100-1500), Berlin, vol. 1, vols. 2, pp. 268, Diss.

van Dam, PJ
New habitats for the rabbit in northern Europe, 1300-1600
(2002)
In: Inventing Medieval Landscapes. Senses of Place in Western Europe, ed. by John Howe, Michael Wolfe. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, pp. 57-69.

 
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