Bibliography : Aberdeen University Library, Univ. Lib. MS 24

Aberdeen University The Aberdeen Bestiary Project
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Iain Beavan; M. Arnott, C. A. McLaren The Nature of the Beast; or, The Digitisation of the Aberdeen Bestiary
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Iain Beavan Secretary Thomas Reid and the early listing of his manuscripts
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