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

There are 46 references in this bibliography folder.

Marteau, R
Les mues de serpent
(1974)
Le bestiaire perdu. Etudes françaises, 10(3):309-317.

Mc Cullogh, F
The metamorphoses of the asp in Latin and French bestiaries
(1959)
Studies in Philology, 56:7-13.

Merdrignac, B
L’évolution d’un cliché hagiographique: saint Melaine, saint Mars et l’eulogie transformée en serpent
(1980)
Annales de Bretagne et des Pays de l’Ouest, 87:589-605.

Muñoz Fernández, A
Gusanos, serpientes y dragones. Fauna punitiva en las geografías del más allá
(2012)
In: Animales simbólicos en la historia. Desde la protohistoria hasta el final de la edad media, ed. by M. R García Huerta / F. Ruiz Gomez. Editorial Síntesis, Madrid, pp. 337-364.

Oldfield Howey, M
The encircled serpent. A study of serpent symbolism in all countries and ages
(1955)
New York.

Paris, G
Caradoc et le serpent
(1899)
Romania, 28:214-231.

Ripoll López, G
"A belt fitting with Physiologus scenes in the Metropolitan museum"
(1999)
Hortus artium medievalium, 5:203-208.

Sax, B
The Basilisk and Rattlesnake, or a European Monster Comes to America
(1994)
Society & Animals. Journal of Human-Animal Studies , 2(1).

Scheibe, R
Aspects of the snake in the Legends of the Saints
(1989)
In: Bryght Lanternis. Essays on language and Literature of Medieval and Renaissance Scotland, ed. by J. Derrick McClure / Michael R. G. Spiller, Aberdeen, pp. 67-89.

Schenda, R
Schlange
(1995)
In: Das ABC der Tiere: Märchen, Mythen und Geschichten, München: Beck, pp. 307-314.

Schmerber, H
Die Schlange des Paradieses
(1905)
Straßburg. Zur Kunstgeschichte des Auslandes. 31.

Schmidtke, D
Wasserschlange 'Natrix'
(1968)
In: Geistliche Tierinterpretationen in der deutschsprachigen Literatur des Mittelalters (1100-1500), Berlin, vol. 1, vols. 2, pp. 355, Diss.

Schmidtke, D
Schlange 'Jaculus'
(1968)
In: Geistliche Tierinterpretationen in der deutschsprachigen Literatur des Mittelalters (1100-1500), Berlin, vol. 1, vols. 2, pp. 321, Diss.

Schmitt, PG
Seid klug wie die Schlangen. Strategeme im lateinischen Mittelalter
(1999)
In: Die List, ed. by Harro von Senger. Suhrkamp, Franfurt a. M. edition suhrkamp. 2039. .

Schwab, U
Die Bedeutungen der Aspis und die Verwandlungen des Marsus
(1984)
In: Épopée Animale, Fable, Fabliau: Actes du IVe Colloque de la Société Internationale Renardienne, ed. by Gabriel Bianciotto / Michel Salvat. Presses Universitaires de France, Paris, pp. 549-563.

Strauss, S
Zur Symbolik der Schlange
(1947-1948)
Psyche, 1:340-347.

Topsell, E
The historie of serpents. Or, the second booke of liuing creatures
(1608)
London, William Jaggard. Reprinted 1973. The Early English Experience 562. Amsterdam: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum..

Tsonkova, S
Snake Pernicious and Venomous. The Malicious and Dangerous other in Medieval Bulgarian and early Modern Charms
(2013)
In: Animals and Otherness in the Middle Ages: Perspectives across disciplines, ed. by García García, Francisco de Asís / Walker Vadillo, Mónica Ann / Chico Picaza, María Victoria. Archaeopress, Oxford, pp. 125-132.

Wehrhahn-Stauch, L
Aspis
(1968)
In: Lexikon der christlichen Ikonographie, vol. 1, pp. Sp. 191-193.

Wittkower, R
Eagle and Serpent. A Study in the Migration of Symbols
(1938/39)
Journal of the Warburg Institute, 2(4):293-325.

Zambon, F
Vipereus liquor. Prudenzio e l'impuro concepimento della vipera
(1980)
Cultura neolatina, 40:1-15.

 
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