Bibliography : Eagle

W. Geoffrey Arnott Birds in the Ancient World from A to Z
A. A. Barb Birds and Magic: 1. The Eagle-Stone; 2. The Vulture Epistle
Janetta Rebold Benton Medieval Menagerie: Animals in the Art of the Middle Ages
John Cherry, ed. Mythical Beasts
Anne Clark Beasts and Bawdy
Arthur H. Collins Some Twelfth-Century Animal Carvings and their Sources in the Bestiaries
Arthur H. Collins Symbolism of Animals and Birds Represented in English Church Architecture
Michael J. Curley Physiologus
Victor Henry Debidour Le Bestiaire Sculpté du Moyen Age en France
Rodney Dennys The Heraldic Imagination
Gerald of Wales; Thomas Forester, trans.; Thomas Wright, ed. The Topography of Ireland
Bianca Kühnel An Eagle Physiologus Legend on a Crusader Capital from the Coenaculum
Guy R. Mermier The Romanian Bestiary: An English Translation and Commentary on the Ancient "Physiologus" Tradition
John Mason Neale Mediæval preachers and mediæval preaching: A series of extracts, translated from the sermons of the middle ages, chronologically arranged; with notes and an introduction
Ann Payne Medieval Beasts
Dietmar Peil; Nona C. Flores, ed. On the question of a Physiologus tradition in emblematic art and writing
Beryl Rowland Blind Beasts: Chaucer's Animal World
J. L. Schrader, ed. A Medieval Bestiary
Hana Šedinová Heartless king and kind-hearted plebean. Some peculiarities of the parental care in birds, as documented by classical and medieval authors
Martha Hale Shackford Legends and Satires from Medieval Literature
Werner Telesko The Wisdom of Nature: The Healing Powers and Symbolism of Plants and Animals in the Middle Ages
Kenneth Varty Reynard the Fox. A Study of the Fox in Medieval English Art
Klaus Weimann Middle English Animal Literature
Rudolph Wittkower Eagle and Serpent. A Study in the Migration of Symbols