The Medieval Bestiary: Animals in the Middle Ages

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Description The goal is to gather all available information about the Medieval Bestiary and its antecendants, as well as related information on the medieval view of animals in general, both fabulous and real. Aspects of the general topic of animals in the Middle Ages, with an emphasis on the manuscript tradition, particularly of the bestiaries, and mostly in western Europe.
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