Willene Clark and Meradith McMunn,

Birds and Beasts of the Middle Ages,

The Bestiary and its Legacy,

Pennsylvania University Press,

Philadelphia 1989.


Beryl Rowland, The Art of Memory and the Bestiary

Willene Clark, The Aviary-Bestiary at the Houghton Library, Harvard

Xenia Muratova, Workshop Methods in English Late Twelfth-Century Illumination and the Production of Luxury Bestiaries.

Guy Mermier, The Phoenix: Its Nature and its Place in the Tradition of the Physiologus

Wendy Pfeffer, Spring, Love, Birdsong; The Nightingale in Two Cultures

Jeanette Beer, Duel of Bestiaries

Lilian Randall, An Elephant in the Litany; Further Thoughts on an English Book of Hours in the Walters Art Gallery (W 102)

Meradith McMunn, Bestiary Influences in Two Thirteenth Century Romances.

Michael Curley, Animal Symbolism in the Prophecies of Merlin.

Mary Coker Joslin, Notes on Beasts in th e Histoires ancienne jusqu'a Cesar of Roger, Chateliane de Lille

John Friedmann, Peacocks and Preachers : Analytic Technique in Marcus of Orvieto's Liber de Moralitatibus, Vatican lat. MS 5935

APPENDIX Manuscripts of Western Medieval Bestioary Versions

Bibliography of Bestiary Studies since 1962