|"A belt fitting with Physiologus scenes in the Metropolitan museum"|
|Gisela Ripoll Lopez|
|Hortus artium medievalium, 5, 1999, 203-208|
Iconographic study of plate-buckles of bronze of the 6th-7th century preserved at Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York. The author identifies a scene of a fight between a stag and a snake, borrowed from the Physiologus and interpreted from the Christian point of view (the stag symbolizes Christ who overcomes the demon). This analysis makes it possible to allot the object to a Byzantyine workshop and not an Iberian as formaerly believed.