The Bestiary: Being A Reproduction in Full of Ms. Ii 4. 26 in the University Library, Cambridge, with supplementary plates from other manuscripts of English origin, and a preliminary study of the Latin bestiary as current in England
Oxford: Roxburghe Club, 1928
In this book, James sets out the first classification system for medieval bestiary manuscripts, grouping them by "families". Includes a facsimile of Cambridge, University Library MS. Ii 4.26.
Printed for the Roxburghe Club, by J. Johnson at the University Press. Roxburghe number 190.
6 p. l., 59 p., facsim. (74 numb. l. illus.), 22 facsimiles.
LCCN: 33015196; LC: PR1105.R71928b; DDC: 381.45
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