Univ. Lib. MS 24 Bibliography
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Aberdeen University   The Aberdeen Bestiary Project (Aberdeen University, 1996) Seen by bibliographer
 Web site/resource link
M. Arnott, I. Beavan, J. Geddes   The Aberdeen Bestiary: an Online Medieval Text (Computers & Texts [CTI Textual Studies Newsletter], 11, 1996) Seen by bibliographer
 Web site/resource link
Ron Baxter   Bestiaries and their Users in the Middle Ages (Phoenix Mill, UK: Sutton Publishing, 1998) Seen by bibliographer
Iain Beavan, M. Arnott, C. A. McLaren   The Nature of the Beast; or, The Digitisation of the Aberdeen Bestiary (Library Hi Tech, 15 no. 3-4, 1997, 50-55) Not seen, considered reliable
Iain Beavan, M. Arnott, J. Milne   The Online Bestiary Project in Electronic Library and Visual Information Research (ELVIRA) 3 Conference, De Montfort University, [Proceedings], ed. by M. Collier and K. Arnold (Aslib, 1996) Not seen, considered reliable
Iain Beavan   Secretary Thomas Reid and the early listing of his manuscripts (Northern Scotland, 16, 1996, p. 175-85) Not seen, considered reliable
Iain Beavan, M. Arnott, C. A. McLaren   Text and illustration: the Digitisation of a Mediaeval Manuscript (Computers and the Humanities, 31, 1997, 61-67) Not seen, considered reliable
Iain Beavan, M.Arnott   Beasts on the Screen: the Digitisation of the Aberdeen Bestiary - a Case Study in Preservation and Digitisation: Principles, Practice, Problems (British Library/NPO, Proceedings of the National Preservation Office Conference, 1998) Not seen, considered reliable
James P. Carley   Books seen by Samuel Ward 'in bibliotheca regia', circa 1614 (The British Library Journal, 16, 1990, p. 89-98) Not seen, considered reliable
    John Leland and the foundations of the Royal Library: the Westminster Inventory of 1542 (Bulletin of the Society for Renaissance Studies, VII, no.1, 18, October, 1989) Not seen, considered reliable
Willene B. Clark   Medieval Book of Birds: Hugh of Fouilloy's Aviarium (Binghampton, NY: Center for Medieval and Early Renaissance Studies, 1992; Series: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies) Seen by bibliographer
S. G. Forrest   The Aberdeen Bestiary (Aberdeen: Aberdeen University M.A. Dissertation, 1979) Not seen, reliability unknown
M. R. James   The Bestiary in the University Library (Aberdeen University Library Bulletin, No. 36, January, 1928, 1-3) Not seen, reliability unknown
Xenia Muratova   Aspects de la transmission textuelle et picturale des manuscrits des bestiaires anglais à la fin du XIIe et au début du XIIIe siècle (in Comprendre et maîtriser la nature au Moyen Age: Mélanges d'histoire des sciences offerts à Guy Beaujouan (Hautes études médiévales et modernes, 73), Geneva: Droz, 1994, 579-605) Not seen, considered reliable
    I Manuscritti miniati del bestiaro medievale: origine, formazione e sviluppo dei cicli di illustrazione. I bestiari miniati in Inghilterra nei secoli XII-XIV (in L'uomo di fronte al mondo animale nell'alto Medioevo, 7-13 aprile 1983. (Settimane di studio del Centro italiano di studi sull'alto Medioevo, 31), Spoleto: Centro italiano di studi sull'alto Medioevo, 1985, 1319-1372) Seen by bibliographer
Xenia Muratova, Willene B. Clark & Meradith T. McMunn, ed.   Workshop methods in English late twelfth-century illumination and the production of luxury bestiaries (in Willene B. Clark & Meradith T. McMunn, ed., Beasts and Birds of the Middle Ages. The Bestiary and its Legacy, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1989, 54-68) Seen by bibliographer
Margaret Rickert   Painting in Britain: the Middle Ages (London: Penguin Books, 1954; Series: The Pelican History of Art) Seen by bibliographer
Brunsdon Yapp   A New Look at English Bestiaries (Medium Aevum, 54:1, 1985, 1-19) Seen by bibliographer
 
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