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Phoenix

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

There are 42 references in this bibliography folder.

Baldwin, DR
Genre and Meaning in the Old English Phoenix
(1981)
The Bulletin of the West Virginia Association of College English Teachers, 6(1-2):2-12.

Bisconti, F
Aspetti e significati del simbolo della fenice nella letteratura e nell'arte del Cristianesimo primitivo
(1979)
Vetera christianorum, 16:21-40.

Blake, NF
The Phoenix
(1964)
Manchester, Manchester University Press.

Blochet, E
Sur le phénix
(1937)
Le Muséon, 50:123-144.

Bugge, J
The Virgin Phoenix
(1976)
Medieval Studies, 38:332-350.

Burton, M
Phoenix Re-born
(1959)
London.

Clark-Rundle, RT
The Legend of the Phoenix
(1949)
University of Birmingham Historical Journal, 2(1).

Cook, AS
Old English Elene, Phoenix and Physiologus
(1919)
New Haven, Yale University Press.

Deproost, PA
Les métamorphoses du phénix dans le christianisme ancien
(2005)
In: L'oiseau entre ciel et terre, ed. by M. Mazoyer et al., Paris, pp. 113-138.

Edwards, MD
Petrarch and the phoenix in the Chapel of San Felice in the basilica of Sant'Antonio in Padua
(1991)
Il Santo, 31:379-402.

Fabrizio-Costa, S (ed.)
Phénix = mythe(s) et signe(s). Actes du colloque international de Caen, oct. 2000
(2001)
Bern etc., Peter Lang.

Faraci, D
Sources and cultural background. The example of the Old English Phoenix
(2000)
Rivista di cultura classica medioevale, 42(2):225-239.

Faraci, D
Sources and cultural background. The example of the Old English Phoenix
(2000)
Rivista di cultura classica medioevale, 42(2):225-239.

Fitzpatrick, MC
De ave phoenice
(1933)
, diss., University of Pennsylvania.

Gerhardt, C
Der Phönix auf dem dürren Baum (Historia de preliis, cap. 106)
(1981)
In: Natura Loquax. Naturkunde und allegorische Naturdeutung vom Mittelalter bis zur frühen Neuzeit, ed. by W. Harms/Heimo Reinitzer, Frankfurt/Bern/Cicencester Mikrokosmos. 7. , pp. 73-108.

Harrison, TB
Birds of Paradise: Phoenix Redivivus
(1960)
Isis, 51(2):173-180.

Hubaux, I and Leroy, M
Le mythe du phénix dans les littératures grecque et latine
(1939)
Liège/Paris, Faculté de philosophie et lettres / Librairie E. Droz. Bibliothèque de la Faculté de Philosophie et Lettres de l'Université de Liège. 87.

Jones, V
The phoenix and the resurrection
(1999)
In: The Mark of the Beast. The Medieval Bestiary in Art, Life and Literature, ed. by D. Hassig. Garland, New York/London, pp. 99-115.

Kantrowitz, JS
The Anglo-Saxon Phoenix and Tradition
(1964)
Philological Quarterly, 43:1-13.

Kramer, J
'Phönix'
(1971)
In: Lexikon der christlichen Ikonographie, vol. 3, pp. Sp. 430-432.

Laurent, M
Le phénix, les serpents et les aromates dans une miniature du XIIe siècle
(1935)
L'Antiquité Classique, 4:375-401.

Leclercq, H
"Phénix"
(1939)
In: Dictionnaire d'Archéologie Chrétienne et de Liturgie, ed. by Fernand Cabrol, vol. 14.1, pp. 682-691.

Lugones, NA
El ave fénix en el "Libro de Alexandre"
(1976)
Revista de archivos, bibliotecas y museos, 79:581-86.

Maurice, J
L'image du Phénix dans les bestiaires moralisés français des XIIe et XIIIe siècles
(2001)
In: Phénix: mythe(s) et signe(s). Actes du colloque international de Caen (12-14 octobre 2000). Peter Lang, Bern, pp. 105-115.

Mc Donald, MF
Phoenix redivivus
(1960)
Phoenix, 14:187-206.

 
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