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References to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 283 references in this bibliography folder.

Hauglid, R
Fra Urnesdyr til drage
Foreningen til norske fortidsminnesmerkers bevaring(148):51-62.

Heck, C
Respecter l'ordre du monde. L'animal-homme et l'homme-animal dans les enluminures du "Ci nous dit"
Micrologus, 8:395-410.

Henkelmann, V
A hunting scene on a late medieval linen embroidery from a convent in Preetz (northern Germany) – An art-historical perspective
In: Hunting in northern Europe until 1500 AD. Old traditions and regional developments, continental sources and continental influences, ed. by Oliver Grimm / Ulrich Schmölcke. Wachholtz Verlag, Neumünster, pp. 531-542.

Hicks, C
Animals in early medieval art
Edinburgh, Univ. Press. (ISBN: 0-7486-0428-6).

Hicks, C
The Borders of the Bayeux Tapestry
In: England in the eleventh century. Proceedings of the 1990 Harlaxton Symposium, ed. by C. Hicks, Stanford, pp. 251-265.

Higgs, C
The Pictish Class I Animals
In: The Age of Migrating Ideas: Early Medieval Art in Northern Britain and Ireland, ed. by Spearman, R. Michael / Higgitt, John. Sutton, Dover, pp. 196-202.

Hill, RHE
Little Mote, Eynsford, with a Pedigree of the Sybill Family
Archaeologia Cantiana, 26:198-204.

Hinks, H
The Master of Animals
Journal of the Warburg Institute, 1:260-276.

Hofstätter, HH
Das Tier in der christlichen Kunst. Tiere im Alten Testament und in der christlichen Exegese
Das Münster (München), 34:54-57, 149-152, 235-238, 327-330.

Hope, J
Les âmes des martyrs, eschatologie et rétribution. Une iconographie visigothique
Archivo español de archeología, 155/156:173-193.

Houwen, LAJR (ed.)
Animals and the symbolic in mediaeval art and literature
Groningen, Egbert Forston. Mediaevalia Groningiana. XX.

Houwen, LAJR (ed.)
Animals and the symbolic in mediaeval art and literature
Groningen, Ed. by General editor A.A. MacDonald, Egbert Forsten. Mediaevalia Groningana. (ISBN: 90-6980-097-7). XX.

Howard, FE and Crossley, FH
English Church Woodwork: a Study in Craftsmanship During the Medieval Period AD 1250-1550
London, B. T. Batsford.

Howe, WN
Animal life in Italian painting

Hudson, H
A knight in shining armour, a virgin: Uccello's Melbourne "Saint George and the Dragon" and Oxford "Annunciation"
Art Bulletin of Victoria(46):7-16.

Hugues, N
Les Animaux dans l'art

Hutchinson, GE
Zoological iconography in the West after A.D. 1200
American scientist, 66:675-684.

Hutchinson, GE
Attitudes toward nature in medieval England: The Alphonson and Bird Psalters
Isis, 65:5-37.

Jackson, A
Pictish animal symbolism
In: Signifying animals, ed. by R.G. Willis, London, pp. xx.

Jakubowska, B
Złota brama w Malborku : apokaliptyczne bestiarium w rzeźbie średniowiecznej

Jansma, N
Der Vogelfries in der Apsis der Kathedrale von Faras
Nederlands kunsthistorisch jaarboek, 22:2-9.

Johnson, DN
An unusual amphisbaena in Galway city
In: Figures from the Past. Studies on Figurative Art in Christian Ireland in Honour of Helen M. Roe, ed. by Etienne Rynne. Glendale Press, Dun Laoghaire, pp. 233-241.

Jones, M
Folklore motifs in late medieval art, III: erotic animal imagery
Folklore, 102(2):192-219.

Jongh, Ed
Drakendoder en zielenweger
Kunstschrift, 44(6):28-33.

Kalina, P
Příspěvky k výkladu architektonické skulptury na. svatovítské katedrále
Umění, 40:108-123.

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