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John Ashton   Curious Creatures in Zoology (New York: Cassel Publishing, 1890) Seen by bibliographer
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Dean R. Baldwin   Genre and Meaning in the Old English Phoenix (The Bulletin of the West Virginia Association of College English Teachers, Spring; 6:1-2, 1981, 2-12) Not seen, considered reliable
Janetta Rebold Benton   Medieval Menagerie: Animals in the Art of the Middle Ages (New York: Abbeville Press, 1992) Seen by bibliographer
N. F. Blake   The Phoenix (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1964) Not seen, reliability unknown
R. van den Broek   The Myth of the Phoenix According to Classical and Early Christian Tradition (Leiden: Brill, 1972) Not seen, reliability unknown
Thomas Brown, James Eason, ed.   Pseudodoxia Epidemica: Or, Enquiries into very many Received Tenents and commonly presumed Truths (1646, 1672) Seen by bibliographer
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John Bugge   The Virgin Phoenix (Mediaeval Studies, 38, 1976, 332-350) Not seen, reliability unknown
John Cherry, ed.   Mythical Beasts (London: British Museum Press/Pomegranite Artbooks, 1995) Seen by bibliographer
Anne Clark   Beasts and Bawdy (New York: Taplinger Publishing Company, 1975) Seen by bibliographer
Arthur H. Collins   Symbolism of Animals and Birds Represented in English Church Architecture (New York: McBride, Nast & Company, 1913) Seen by bibliographer
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Albert S. Cook   Old English Elene, Phoenix and Physiologus (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1919) Not seen, considered reliable
    Translations from the Old English (Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, 1970) Not seen, considered reliable
Albert S. Cook, James Hall Pitman   The Old English Physiologus (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1921; Series: Yale studies in English 63) Seen by bibliographer
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Michael J. Curley   Physiologus (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1979) Seen by bibliographer
Victor Henry Debidour   Le Bestiaire Sculpté du Moyen Age en France (Paris?: Arthaud, 1961; Series: Grandes Études d'Art et d'Archéologie 3) Seen by bibliographer
Rodney Dennys   The Heraldic Imagination (London: Barrie & Jenkins, 1975) Seen by bibliographer
Dora Faraci   Sources and cultural background. The example of the Old English Phoenix (Rivista di cultura classica e medioevale, 42:2, 2000, 225-239) Not seen, considered reliable
Edmund Goldsmid   Un-Natural History, or Myths of Ancient Science (Edinburgh: 1886) Seen by bibliographer
Thomas P. Harrison   Bird of Paradise: Phoenix Redivivus (Isis, 51:2 (Hune), 1960, 173-180) Seen by bibliographer
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Debra Hassig   Homo animal est, homo animal non est: Text and Image in Medieval English Bestiaries (Columbia University, 1993) Not seen, considered reliable
Herodotus, George Rawlinson, trans.   The History of Herodotus (London: Everyman's Library, 1858/1997) Seen by bibliographer
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Jean Hubaux, Maxime Leroy   Le Mythe du Phénix dans les Littératures Grecque et Latine (Liège/Paris: Faculté de philosophie et lettres / Librairie E. Droz, 1939; Series: Fascicule LXXXII) Seen by bibliographer
Tony Jebson, ed.   The Exeter Book (Exeter, Cathedral Chapter Library, MS 3501) (The Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies (Georgetown University), 1995) Seen by bibliographer
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Valerie Jones, Debra Hassig, ed.   The phoenix and the resurrection (in Debra Hassig, ed., The Mark of the Beast: The Medieval Bestiary in Art, Life, and Literature, New York: Garland, 1999, 99-115) Seen by bibliographer
M. Laurent   Le phénix, les serpents et les aromates dans une miniature du XII siècle (L'Antiquité classique, IV, 1935, 375-401) Not seen, considered reliable
Douglas R. Letson   The Old English Physiologus and the Homiletic Tradition (Florilegium: Papers on Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, Spring; 1, 1979, 15-41) Seen by bibliographer
Willy Ley   Dawn of Zoology (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1968) Seen by bibliographer
Peter Lum   Fabulous Beasts (New York: Pantheon Books, 1951) Seen by bibliographer
Jean Maurice   L' image du Phénix dans les bestiaires moralisés français des XIIe et XIIIe siècles (in Phénix: mythe(s) et signe(s). Actes du colloque international de Caen (12-14 octobre 2000), Bern: Peter Lang, 2001, 105-115) Not seen, considered reliable
Guy R. Mermier, Willene B. Clark & Meradith T. McMunn, ed.   The Phoenix: its nature and its place in the tradition of the Physiologus (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, 69-87) Seen by bibliographer
M. R. Niehoff   The Phoenix in Rabbinic Literature (Harvard Theological Review, 89:3, 1996, 245-265) Not seen, reliability unknown
Joseph Nigg   Wonder Beasts: Tales and Lore of the Phoenix, the Griffin, the Unicorn, and the Dragon (Libraries Unlimited, 1995) Not seen, considered reliable
Carlos Parada   The Greek Mythology Link (Carlos Parada, 1997+) Seen by bibliographer
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Ann Payne   Medieval Beasts (New York: New Amsterdam Books, 1990) Seen by bibliographer
A. Priest   The Phoenix in Fact and Fancy (Metropolitan Museum Bulletin, 1 (October), 1942, 97-101) Not seen, reliability unknown
Louis Rodrigues   Anglo-Saxon Religious Verse Allegories (Wales: Llanerch Publishers, 1996) Not seen, considered reliable
Beryl Rowland   Blind Beasts: Chaucer's Animal World (Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1971) Seen by bibliographer
J. L. Schrader, ed.   A Medieval Bestiary (New York: Metropolitan Museum Art, 1986; Series: Metropolitan Museum Of Art Bulletin, XLIV, 1) Seen by bibliographer
Brian Shaw, Jeanette Beer, ed.   The Old English Phoenix (in Jeanette Beer, ed., Medieval Translators and Their Craft, Kalamazoo: Western Michigan University, 1989, 155-183) Seen by bibliographer
A. M. Smyth   A Book of Fabulous Beasts (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1939) Seen by bibliographer
Ann Squires, ed.   The Old English Physiologus (Durham: University of Durham, 1988; Series: Durham Medieval Texts 5) Not seen, considered reliable
Robert Steele   Mediaeval Lore from Bartholomew Anglicus (London: Alexander Moring (The King's Classics), 1893/1905; Series: King's Classics) Seen by bibliographer
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Benjamin Thorpe   Codex Exoniesis: A Collection of Anglo-Saxon Poetry, From a Manuscript in the Library of the Dean and Chapter of Exeter (London: Society of Antiquaries, 1842) Seen by bibliographer
Suzetta Tucker   Christian Legends & Symbols (Suzetta Tucker, 1999) Seen by bibliographer
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J. Holli Wheatcroft, Debra Hassig, ed.   Classical ideology in the medieval bestiary (in Debra Hassig, ed., The Mark of the Beast: The Medieval Bestiary in Art, Life, and Literature, New York: Garland, 1999, 141-159) Seen by bibliographer
Hans Zimmermann   Der Vogel Phönix (Hans Zimmermann, 2003) Seen by bibliographer
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