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Bibliography : Philippe de Thaon

Philip E. Bennett; Gabriel Bianciotto & Michel Salvat, ed. Some Doctrinal Implications of the Comput and Bestiaire of Philippe de Thaun
Gabriel Bianciotto, ed.; Michel Salvat, ed. Épopée Animale, Fable, Fabliau
Shannon Hogan Cottin-Bizonne Une Nouvelle edition du 'Bestiaire' de Philippe de Thaon
Guilio Einaudi, ed Bestiari Medievali
Edmund J. Guillezet A comparison of the physical characteristics and allegories of animals in the bestiaries of Philippe de Thaun and of Guillaume le Clerc
Arnold Clayton Henderson Moralized Beasts: the Development of Medieval Fable and Bestiary Particularly from the Twelfth through the Fifteenth Centuries in England and France
Sarah Kay Post-human philology and the ends of time in medieval bestiaries
Alexander Krappe The Historical Background of Philippe de Thaün Bestiaire
Charles Victor Langlois La connaissance de la nature et du monde au moyen âge, d'après quelques écrits français à l'usage des laïcs
R. L. H. Lops Le pélican dans le bestiaire de Philippe de Thaun
Max Friedrich Mann Der Physiologus des Philipp von Thaün und seine Quellen
Florence McCulloch Medieval Latin and French Bestiaries
Luigina Morini Bestiari medievali
Jonathan Morton The Book of the World at an Anglo- Norman Court: The {Bestiaire} de Philippe de Thaon as a Theological Performance
Xenia Muratova; Jan Goossens, ed. The Decorated Manuscripts of the Bestiary of Philippe de Thaon (the Ms. 3466 from the Royal Library in Copenhagen and the Ms. 249 in the Merton College Library, Oxford) and the Problem of the Illustrations of the Medieval Poetical Bestiary
Albert Pauphilet Poètes et romanciers français du Moyen Age
Philippe de Thaon; Emmanuel Walberg, ed. Le Bestiaire de Philippe de Thaün
Philippe de Thaon; Richard Wilbur, trans. The pelican: from a bestiary of 1120
J. R. Smeets L' Ordre des 'Animaux' dans le Physiologus de Philippe de Thaun et la pretendue preseance de la perdrix sur l'aigle
Molly Warsh ' Monosceros' from the Bestiary of Philippe de Thaun
Thomas Wright Popular treatises on science written during the Middle Ages, in Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman, and English. Edited from the original manuscripts