Cotton Nero A. v Bibliography
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Ron Baxter   Bestiaries and their Users in the Middle Ages (Phoenix Mill, UK: Sutton Publishing, 1998) Seen by bibliographer
George C. Druce   The Caladrius and its legend, sculptured upon the twelfth-century doorway of Alne Church, Yorkshire (Archaeological Journal, 69, 1912, 381-416) Seen by bibliographer
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    The Elephant in Medieval Legend and Art (Journal of the Royal Archaeological Institute, 76, 1919, 1-73) Seen by bibliographer
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    On the Legend of the Serra or Saw-Fish (Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London, 2nd series, XXXI, 1919, 20-35) Seen by bibliographer
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John Morson   The English Cistercians and the Bestiary (Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 39 (1), September, 1956, 146-170) Not seen, considered reliable
Philippe de Thaon, Emmanuel Walberg, ed.   Le Bestiaire de Philippe de ThaŁn (Paris and Lund: H. Welter/ H. Moller, 1900) Seen by bibliographer
Thomas Wright   Popular treatises on science written during the Middle Ages, in Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman, and English. Edited from the original manuscripts (London: R. And J. E. Taylor / Historical Society of Science, 1841) Seen by bibliographer
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