The name siren has been used for a snake with wings; Isidore says that in Arabia there are winged snakes called sirens whose bite is followed by death before pain.
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Bodleian Library - Electronic Catalogue of Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts
Bodleian Library, MS. Bodley 764, folio 98v
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