|"The Sybill Arms At Little Mote, Eynsford"|
|George C. Druce|
| Archaeologia Cantiana, 28, 1909, 363-372
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A discussion of the bestiary symbolism found in the arms of the Sybill family in a house at Little Mote, Eynsford. The arms include a tiger looking into a mirror; Druce explains the bestiary tale of the tiger and her cubs. Six black and white illustrations of the tale from a carving in the house and from bestiary manuscripts.