|"Bestiary influences in two thirteenth-century romances"|
|Meradith T. McMunn|
|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, 134-150|
Chevalerie de Judas Macabé and the Roman de Kanor, both written at the court of Flanders for Gui de Dampierre.