A medieval bestiary / translated and introduced by T.J. Elliott ; with wood engravings by Gillian Tyler.
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Bestiary (Ms. British Library. Arundel 292).
Elliott, T. J.
David R. Godine, Publisher.
Animals -- Folklore -- Early works to 1800.
Didactic literature, English (Middle)
England -- London.
Manuscripts, Medieval -- England -- London.
 pages illustrations 30 cm
Translation based on the standard Middle English text, The Bestiary: B.M. Arundel 292, in Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250, edited by J. Hall, 1920.
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Advertising for "Medieval bestiary" with background information on the advertised edition, short biographical information on translator and artist, and sample page from work.
The hart's nature (First line: The hart has two customs)
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