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References to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 90 references in this bibliography folder.

Esch, J
Monsters, Gargoyles and Dragons: Animals in the Middle Ages
(1977)
South Hadley (Mass.).

Farkas et al., AE
Monsters and Demons in the Ancient and Medieval Worlds. Papers Presented in Honor of Edith Porada
(1987)
Mainz: Phillip von Zabern.

Ferlampin-Acher, C
Le monstre dans les romans des XIIIe et XIVe siècles
(1993)
In: Ecritures et modes de pensée au Moyen Age VIIIe -XVe siècles, ed. by D. Boutet/L. Half-Lancner, Paris, pp. 69-87.

Flores, NC
'Effigies amicitiae...veritas inimicitiae': Antifeminism in the Iconography of the Woman-Headed Serpent in Medieval and Renaissance Art and Literature
(1996)
In: Animals in the Middle Ages: A Book of Essays, ed. by Nona C. Flores. Garland Publishing, New York, pp. 167-195.

Friedman, JB
The Monstrous Races in Medieval Art and Thought
(2000)
Syracuse, Syracuse University Press.

Gerhardt, C
Gab es im Mittelalter Fabelwesen?
(1988)
Wirkendes Wort, 38:156-171.

Getson, J
Monsters at the Edges of the World: Medieval Visions of the East
(2002)
, Southwestern University.

Golowin, S
Drache, Einhorn, Oster-Hase und anderes phantastisches Getier
(1994)
Basel.

Gould, C
Mythical Monsters
(1886)
London, W. H. Allen & Co.

Guldan, E
Das Monster-Portal am Palazzo Zuccari in Rom. Wandlungen eines Motivs vom Mittelalter zum Manierismus
(1969)
Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, 32:229-261.

Hall, D and Angus, F
Mysterious Monsters
(1975)
New York, Mayflower Books.

Heuvelmans, B
The Metamorphosis of Unknown Animals into Fabulous Beasts and of Fabulous Beasts into Known Animals
(1990)
Cryptozoology: Interdisciplinar Journal of the International Society of Cryptozoology, 9:1-12.

Hinton, N
The Werewolf as Eiron: Freedom and Comedy in William of Palerne
(1996)
In: Animals in the Middle Ages: A Book of Essays, ed. by Nona C. Flores. Garland Publishing, New York Garland Medieval Casebooks . 13. , pp. 133-146.

Houwen, LAJR
Flattery and the mermaid in Chaucer's Nun's Priest's Tale
(1997)
In: Animals and the Symbolic in Mediaeval Art and Literature, ed. by Luuk A. J. R. Houwen. Egbert Forsten, Groningen Mediaevalia Groningana. 20. .

Houwen, LAJR
Vrouwen met vinnen en klauwen: de traditie van de zeemeermin in de Middelengelse literatuur
(1994)
Millennium: Tijdschrift voor Middeleeuwse Studies, 8(1):3-17.

Janitz, G
Draconcopedes, or, the Faces of Develish Virgins
(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. 85-94.

Jauch, UP
Bericht vom Leben der Chimären. Ein Beitrag zum Problem einer Transzendentalzoologie
(2001)
In: Mensch und Tier. Geschichte einer heiklen Beziehung, ed. by ZDF-Nachtstudio, Frankfurt a.M., pp. 285-301.

Jones, TS and Sprunger, DA (ed.)
Marvels, Monsters, And Miracles: Studies in the Medieval and Early Modern Imaginations
(2002)
Kalamazoo, Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University. Studies in Medieval Culture. XLII.

King, H
Half-Human Creatures
(1995)
In: Mythical Beasts, ed. by John Cherry. British Museum Press/Pomegranite Artbooks, London, pp. 138-167.

Krass, A
Die Spur der Zentauren. Pferde- und Eselsmänner in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters
(2015)
In: Tier im Text. Exemplarität und Allegorizität literarischer Lebewesen, ed. by Hans Jürgen Scheuer, Ulrike Vedder. Peter Lang AG, Bern [u.a.] Publikationen zur Zeitschrift für Germanistik. N.F. 29. , pp. 81-96.

Kruk, R
'Abd al-Laṭīf al-Baghdādī's Kitāb al-ḥayawān: A Chimaera?
(2008)
In: Islamic Thought in the Middle Ages: Studies in Text, Transmission and Translation in Honour of Hans Daiber, ed. by Akasoy, Anna / Raven, Wim. Routledge, New York, pp. 345-363.

Leclercq-Marx, J
Du monstre androcéphale au monstre humanisé : à propos des sirènes et des centaures, et de leur famille, dans le haut Moyen Age et à l'époque romane
(2002)
Cahiers de civilisation médiévale, 45(177):55-67.

Leclerq, J
Centaures, minotaures et sirènes dans la sculpture romane d'Auvergne. Sources d'inspiration et modes de transmission
(2007)
In: Actes du XIIe colloque international d'art roman d'Issoire (Issoire 18-20 novembre 2001), Revue d'Auvergne, Bruxelles, pp. 81-97.

Leclerq, J
Monstres écrits, monstres figurés. Une double tradition médiévale
(2005)
Quintana (Revista do Departamento de Historia da Arte. Universidade de Santiago de Compostela), 4:13-53.

Leclerq, J
De Pavia à Zagósc. La Sirène comme motif de prédilection des sculpteurs 'lombards' au XIIe siècle
(2004)
Arte Lombarda, 104:24-32.

 
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