MS. 61 Bibliography
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Ron Baxter   Bestiaries and their Users in the Middle Ages (Phoenix Mill, UK: Sutton Publishing, 1998) Seen by bibliographer
Arthur H. Collins   Some Twelfth-Century Animal Carvings and their Sources in the Bestiaries (The Connoisseur, Vol. 106. No. 472, 1940, 238-243) Seen by bibliographer
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George C. Druce   The Elephant in Medieval Legend and Art (Journal of the Royal Archaeological Institute, 76, 1919, 1-73) Seen by bibliographer
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    The Medieval Bestiaries and their influence on Ecclesiastical Decorative Art (British Archaeological Journal, New Series, 25; 26, 1919; 1920, 41-82; 35-79) Not seen, considered reliable
M. R. James   The Bestiary (History (The Quarterly Journal of the Historical Association), New Series XVI, No. 61, April, 1931, 1-11) Seen by bibliographer
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    The Bestiary: Being A Reproduction in Full of Ms. Ii 4. 26 in the University Library, Cambridge, with supplementary plates from other manuscripts of English origin, and a preliminary study of the Latin bestiary as current in England (Oxford: Roxburghe Club, 1928) Not seen, reliability unknown
Helen Renshaw   The Illustrations of the Latin Bestiary, with special reference to the MS. 61 in St John's College, Oxford (Manchester: University of Machester, 1971) Not seen, considered reliable
Francesco Sbordone   La Tradizione manoscritta del Physiologus Latino (Athenaeum, Nuova Serie, 27, 1949, 246-280) 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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