|Physiologus Theobaldi Episcopi de naturis duodecim animalium: the Latin text; an English translation|
|Theobaldus, Willis Barnstone, trans.|
|Bloomington, IL.: Indiana University Press, 1964|
Portfolio reproduction of the only surviving Middle English bestiary. A metrical Latin translation of 13 sections of the Physiologus created in the 11th century by a little known clergyman variously known as Theobaldus or Thetbaldus. This modern version of the bestiary which was later translated into Anglo-Saxon in the 13th century contains Theobaldus' original Latin text together with an English verse translation by Willis Barnstone amplified by Pozzatti's striking and energetic lithographs.
Elephant folio. Internals laid in loose; housed in a clamshell box of steel blue cloth. Limited edition. Three hundred fifty copies printed.
42 pp., 12 lithographs and 10 woodcuts by Rudy Pozzatti.
|ISBN: 81-13-16930-7; LCCN: 64019375; LC: PA8440.T3 1964|