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Hase/Kaninchen

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

There are 38 references in this bibliography folder.

Abraham, CK
Myth and symbol:The rabbit in medieval France
(1963)
Studies in Philology(60):589-597.

Augustijn, B
Graflijke maatregeln tegen de beschadiging van dwinen, dijken en polders door konijnen, op het eind van de 14de eeuw
(1979)
Het Brugs Omaneland(4):345-348.

Bailey, M
The rabbit and the medieval east Anglian economy
(1988)
Agricultural History Review(36):1-20.

Bauer, JB
Lepusculus Domini. Zum altchristlichen Hasensymbol
(1957)
Zeitschrift für katholische Theologie(79):457-466.

Bodson, L
Données antiques de zoogéographie: l'expansion des Léporidés dans la Méditerranée classique
(1978)
Nat Belges(59):66-81.

Bond, CJ
Rabbits: the case for their medieval introduction into Britain
(1988)
Local Historion(18):53-57.

Bouvier, M
Le lièvre dans l'Antiquité
(2000)
Lyon, Arppam.

Callou, C
Modification de l'aire de sépartition du lapin (oryctolagus cuniculus) en France et en Espagne
(1995)
Anthropologica(21):95-114.

Carnoy, A
Les noms du lièvre et du lapin
(1955)
Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire(33):597-601.

Delort, R
La longue marche du lapin
(1979)
L'Histoire(15):82-83.

Dimes, I
The Hare and its Alter Ego in the Middle Ages
(2004)
Reinardus(17):73-84.

Eis, G
Einem einen Weidmann machen
(1964)
In: Gerhard Eis, Altdeutsche Zaubersprüche. Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, pp. 158-168.

Fort, M
L'évolution de l'habitat du lapin
(1981)
Ethnozootechnie(27):23-29.

Kemp, W
'Hase'
(1970)
In: Lexikon der christlichen Ikonographie, vol. 2, pp. Sp. 221-225.

Lauzi, E
Lepre, donnola e iena: contributi alla storia di una metafora
(1988)
Studi medievali(29):539-559.

Lauzi, E
"Hare, Weasel and Hyena, Contributors to the History of a Metaphor: Medieval Latin Bestiaries in Scripture"
(1988)
Studi Medievali, 29(2):539-559.

Lauzi, E
"Hare, Weasel and Hyena, Contributors to the History of a Metaphor: Medieval Latin Bestiaries in Scripture"
(1988)
Studi Medievali, 29(2):539-559.

Levi D'Ancona, M
The rabbit hutch and political allusions in the Visconti Hours
(1978)
Arte Lombarda(50):7-19.

Lindner, K
Von der Haserey
(1974)
Studien zur deutschen Literatur und Sprache des Mittelalters. Festschrift für Hugo Moser:287-313.

Maringer, J
Der Hase in Kunst und Mythe des vor- und frühgeschichtlichen Menschen
(1978)
Zeitschrift für Religions- und Geistesgeschichte(30):219-228.

No names specified
Le lapin: Aspects historiques, culturels et sociaux. Compte rendu du colloque organisé par la société d'Ethnozootechnie
(1981)
Paris. Ethnozootechnie. 27.

Pluskowski, A
Hares with crossbows: integrating physical and conceptual approaches towards medieval fauna
(2002)
In: Medieval animals, ed. by A. Pluskowski, Cambridge, pp. 152-182.

Poplin, F
Que le lapin est la forme domestique du lièvre
(1993)
Etudes surales(129-130):95-105.

Rentenaar, R
De vroegste geschiedenis van het konijn in Holland en Zeeland
(1978)
Holland(10):2-16.

Ross, ASC
The Middle English poem on the names of a hare
(1932-1935)
Proceedings of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society(3):347-377.

 
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