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HIST1300
Animals in Medieval Society

Primary Sources for the Historian: An Introduction to Documentary study, 2019/20, Semester 2
Professor Stephen Alford
S.Alford@leeds.ac.uk
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1. Animals in history

Primary Sources

Pangur Bán, translated by Seamus Heaney, Poetry Foundation, 2017 <https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/poems/48267/pangur-ban 

Isidore of Seville, The etymologies of Isidore of Seville ISBN: 0521837499, trans. by Stephen A Barney, Muriel Hall, W. J. Lewis, J. A. Beach, and Oliver Berghof (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008)    

Swift, Edgar, and Angela M. Kinney, eds., ‘Genesis 1-2’, in The Vulgate Bible : Douay-Rheims translation ISBN: 9780674055346 (v. 1) : £19.95; 0674055349 (v. 1) : £19.95; 9780674996670 (v. 2A) : £19.95; 0674996674 (v. 2A) : £19.95; 9780674060777 (v. 2B) : £19.95; 0674060776 (v. 2B) : £19.95; 9780674996687 (v. 3) : £19.95; 0674996682 (v. 3) : £19.95; 9780674996694 (v. 4) : £19.95; 0674996690 (v. 4) : £19.95; 9780674066359 (v. 5) : £19.95; 0674066359 (v. 5) : £19.95 (Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 2010)   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (hew 19/01/2018) 

Secondary Sources

Fudge, Erica, ‘A Left-Handed Blow : Writing the History of Animals’, in Representing Animals, ed. by Nigel Rothfels (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2002), pp. 3–18

Shaw, David Gary, ‘A Way with Animals’, History and theory. ISSN: 0018-2656, 52 (2013), 1–12 

Walker-Meikle, Kathleen, Medieval pets ISBN: 9781843837589; 1843837587 (Boydell Press, 2012)  

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2. The role(s) of animals in medieval society

Primary Sources

Greco, Gina L, and Christine M Rose, The good wife's guide = Le menagier de Paris : a medieval household book ISBN: 9780801461965 (e-book)  (Ithaca; London: Cornell University Press, 2009)  

Oschinsky, Dorothea, Walter of Henley and other treatises on estate management and accounting ISBN: 019822320X (London, 1971)  

‘The Aberdeen Bestiary’, The Aberdeen Bestiary <http://www.abdn.ac.uk/bestiary/ 

Secondary Sources

Albarella, Umberto, ‘Pig Husbandry and Pork Consumption in Medieval England’, in Food in medieval England : diet and nutrition ISBN: 9780199273492 (alk. paper); 0199273499 (alk. paper) (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 72–87

Crane, Susan, ‘A Taxonomy of Creatures in the Second-Family Bestiary’, in New medieval literatures. ISBN: 9782503532691 (v.12); 1465-3737, 10. Ed. Copeland, Rita, Turnhout : Brepols, 2008. x, 244 Pp. (Turnhout: Brepols, 2008), pp. 1–48

Dines, Ilya, ‘The Bestiary in British Library, Royal MS. 2 C.XII and Its Role in Medieval Education’, electronic British Library journal ISSN: 1478-0259, 2014, Essay IX: 1-22  

Keen, Elizabeth, ‘Separate or Together? Questioning the Relationship between the Encyclopaedia and Bestiary Traditions’, Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association. ISSN: 1449-9320 1449-9320, 2 (2006), 121–39

Lee, Christina, ‘Earth’s Treasures: Food and Drink’, in The material culture of daily living in the Anglo-Saxon world ISBN: 9780859898430; 0859898431. (Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2011), pp. 142–56, 337–40

Langdon, John, Horses, oxen and technological innovation : the use of draught animals in English farming from 1066 to 1500 ISBN: 0521267722 (Cambridge University Press, 2002)  

McCulloch, Florence, Mediaeval Latin and French bestiaries.. (Chapel Hill, 1960)

Muratova, Xénia, ‘Animal Symbolism and Its Interpretations in the Pictorial Programmes of the Illuminated Bestiaries’, IKON: Journal of Iconographic Studies, 2 (2009), 229–42 OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (hew 19/01/2018) 

Poole, Kristopher, ‘Horses for Courses? Religious Change and Dietary Shifts in Anglo-Saxon England’, The Oxford journal of archaeology. ISSN: 0262-5253, 32 (2013), 319–33  

Seetah, Krish, ‘The Middle Ages on the Block: Animals, Guilds and Meat in the Medieval Period’, in Breaking and shaping beastly bodies : animals as material culture in the Middle Ages ISBN: 9781842172186 paperback (Oxford: Oxbow, 2007)  

Serjeantson, Dale, ‘Birds: Food and a Mark of Status’, in Food in medieval England : diet and nutrition ISBN: 9780199273492 (alk. paper); 0199273499 (alk. paper). Ed. Woolgar, C.M. (Medieval History and Archaeology), Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2006. Xv, 347 Pp. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 131–47

Serjeantson, Dale, and C. M. Woolgar, ‘Fish Consumption in Medieval England’, in Food in medieval England : diet and nutrition (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 102–30

Sykes, N. J., ‘From Cu and Sceap to Beffe and Motton: The Management, Distribution, and Consumption of Cattle and Sheep in Medieval England’, in Food in medieval England : diet and nutrition. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 56–71

Van Duzer, Chet, and Ilya Dines, ‘The Only Mappamundi in a Bestiary Context: Cambridge, MS Fitzwilliam 254’, Imago Mundi. ISSN: 0308-5694, 58 (2006), 7–22

Woolgar, C. M., ‘Meat and Dairy Products in Late Medieval England’, in Food in medieval England : diet and nutrition (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 88–101

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 3. Animals and the medieval world

Primary Sources

Contadini, Anna, A world of beasts : a thirteenth-century illustrated Arabic book on animals (the Kitāb Na't al-Ḥayawān) in the Ibn Bakhtīshū' tradition ISBN: 9789004201002 (hardback ; alk. paper); 9004201009 (hardback ; alk. paper) (Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2012)  

Mandeville, John, and C. W. R. D Moseley, The Travels of Sir John Mandeville (London: Penguin, 2005)  

Svinhufvud, Anne Charlotte, A Late Middle English treatise on horses ISBN: 9122001726 (pbk.), Stockholm Studies in English, 47 (Stockholm, Sweden: Almqvist & Wiksell International, 1978)  

Secondary Sources

Alkhateeb Shehada, Housni, Mamluks and animals : veterinary medicine in medieval Islam ISBN: 9789004234055 (hardback : alk. paper); 9789004234222 (e-book) (Leiden: Brill, 2013)  

Miramon, Charles de, ‘Noble Dogs, Noble Blood: The Invention of the Concept of Race in the Late Middle Ages’, in The origins of racism in the west ISBN: 9781107687264; 9780521888554; 0521888557 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009), pp. 200–216

Mittman, Asa Simon, ‘Are the “Monstrous Races” Races?’, Postmedieval ISSN: 2040-5960s, 6 (2015), 36–51

Reimer, Thomas, ‘Larger than Foxes -- but Smaller than Dogs: The Gold-Digging Ants of Herodotus’, Reinardus.: Yearbook of the International Reynard Society / Annuaire de La Société Internationale Renardienne, 19 (2006), 167–78

Rubiés, Joan-Pau, ‘Nature and Customs in Late Medieval Ethnography. Marco Polo and John Mandeville’, in La nature comme source de la morale au Moyen Âge ISBN: 9788884505309. (Firenze: SISMEL - Edizioni del Galluzzo, 2014), pp. 189–232

Strickland, Debra Higgs, ‘Monstrosity and Race in the Late Middle Ages’, in The Ashgate research companion to monsters and the monstrous ISBN: 9781409407546 (hbk.) : £85.00; 1409407543 (hbk.) : £85.00 (Farnham: Ashgate, 2012), pp. 365–86

Tlili, Sarra, ‘The Meaning of the Qur’anic Word “Dābba”: “Animals” or “Nonhuman Animals”?’, Journal of Qur'anic studies. ISSN: 1465-3591; 1755-1730, 12 (2010), 167–87

Wood, Ian, ‘Where the Wild Things Are’, in Visions of community in the post-Roman world : the West, Byzantium and the Islamic world, 300-1100 ISBN: 9781409427094 (hbk.) : £80.00; 1409427099 (hbk.) : £80.00; 9781409427100 (ebook) : £80.00; 1409427102 (ebook) : £80.00, ed. by Walter Pohl, Clemens Gantner, and Richard Payne (Farnham: Ashgate, 2012), pp. 531–42

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4. Animals and literature

Primary Sources

Chaucer, Geoffrey, ‘The Nun’s Priest’s Tale’, in The Riverside Chaucer ISBN: 0395290317, ed. by Larry Dean Benson and Fred Norris Robinson (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008)  

‘Bisclavret’, in The Lais of Marie de France ISBN: 0140447598: With Two Further Lais in the Original Old French, translated by Keith Busby (Penguin, 2011)  Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva  

Secondary Sources

Adrados, Francisco R., ‘The Earliest Influences of Indian Fable on Medieval Latin Writing.’, Classica et mediaevalia. ISSN: 0106-5815, 35 (1984), 243–63

Coote, Lesley, ‘Journeys to the Edge: Self-Identity, Salvation, and Outlaw(Ed) Space’, in Robin Hood in Greenwood stood : alterity and context in the English outlaw tradition ISBN: 9782503540542 (hbk.); 2503540546 (hbk.) (Turnhout: Brepols, 2012), pp. 47–66

Crane, Susan, Animal encounters : contacts and concepts in medieval Britain ISBN: 9780812244588 (hardcover : alk. paper) (Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 2013)  

———, ‘Chivalry and the Pre/Postmodern’, Postmedieval ISSN: 2040-5960: A Journal of Medieval Cultural Studies, 2 (2011), 69–87

Flores, Nona C., Animals in the Middle Ages ISBN: 0415928931 (pbk.); 9780415928939 (pbk.),  (New York: Routledge, 2000)

Kordecki, Lesley, ‘Chaucer’s “Squire’s Tale”: Animal Discourse, Women, and Subjectivity’, Chaucer review. ISSN: 0009-2002, 36 (2002), 277–97

Lambert, Sarah, ‘Translation, Citation, and Ridicule: Renart the Fox and Crusading in the Vernacular’, in Languages of love and hate : conflict, communication, and identity in the medieval Mediterranean ISBN: 9782503520643 (cloth : acid free paper); 2503520642 (cloth : acid free paper); 9782503540139 (e-ISBN); 2503540139 (e-ISBN) (Turnhout: Brepols, 2012), pp. 65–84

Lim, Gary, ‘“A Stede Gode and Lel”: Valuing Arondel in Bevis of Hampton’, Postmedieval ISSN: 2040-5960 A Journal of Medieval Cultural Studies, 2 (2011), 50–68

Mann, Jill, From Aesop to Reynard [electronic resource] : beast literature in medieval Britain ISBN: 9780191712371 (ebook) : No price (Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2009)

Ribémont, Bernard, ‘Renart et Le Cheval.’, Reinardus.: Yearbook of the International Reynard Society / Annuaire de La Société Internationale Renardienne, 7 (1994), 127–42

Rowland, Beryl, Blind beasts : Chaucer's animal world. ISBN: 0873380959,  (Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1971)

Simpson, James R., ‘Consuming Ethics: Caxton’s History of Reynard the Fox’, in Studies in late medieval and early Renaissance texts in honour of John Scattergood : 'The key of all good remembrance' ISBN: 1851829296 (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2005), pp. 321–36

Steel, Karl, How to make a human : animals and violence in the Middle Ages ISBN: 9780814292563; 9780814211571 (cloth : alk. paper); 0814211577 (alk. paper); 9780814292563 (cd-rom); 0814292569 (cd-rom), Book, Whole (Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State University Press, 2011)

Williamson, Joan B., ‘The Image of the Horse in the Work of Philippe de Mézières.’, Reinardus.: Yearbook of the International Reynard Society / Annuaire de La Société Internationale Renardienne, 5 (1992), 217–29

Wolfe, Cary, ‘Moving Forward, Kicking Back: The Animal Turn’, Postmedieval: A Journal of Medieval Cultural Studies, 2 (2011), 1–12

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5. Animals and material culture

Primary Sources

Dom Duarte, and Jeffrey L Forgeng, The book of horsemanship ISBN: 9781783271030 (hbk); 1783271035 (hbk), (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer 2016)  

Fallows, Noel, Jousting in medieval and Renaissance Iberia ISBN: 9781843835943, Armour and Weapons (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2010)  

Secondary Sources

Cameron, Esther, ‘Devil’s Crafts and Dragon’s Skins? Sheaths, Shoes and Other Leatherwork’, in The material culture of daily living in the Anglo-Saxon world ISBN: 9780859898430; 0859898431 (Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2011), pp. 93–115, 328–31

Cherry, John, ‘Animals, Birds and Flowers in White Enamel’, Annali della Scuola normale superiore di Pisa Classe di lettere e filosofia. ISSN: 0392-095X - Quaderni, 1 (2003), 77–82

Clark, John, The medieval horse and its equipment, c.1150-c.1450 ISBN: 0112904858, Medieval Finds from Excavations in London, 5 (London: HMSO, 1995)  

Moffat, Ralph, James A. Spriggs, and Sonia O’Connor, ‘The Use of Baleen for Arms, Armour and Heraldic Crests in Medieval Britain’, The antiquaries journal. ISSN: 0003-5815, 88 (2008), 207–15  

Neuman de Vegvar, Carol Leslie, ‘“Hronæs Ban”: Exoticism and Prestige in Anglo-Saxon Material Culture’, in The maritime world of the Anglo-Saxons ISBN: 9780866984966 (acid-free paper). (Tempe, Ariz.: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2014), pp. 323–35

Pluskowski, Aleksander, Breaking and shaping beastly bodies : animals as material culture in the Middle Ages ISBN: 9781842172186 paperback (Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2007)  

Shenton, Caroline, ‘Edward III and the Symbol of the Leopard.’, in Heraldry, pageantry and social display in medieval England ISBN: 1843830361. (Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2002), pp. 69–81

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6. Animals and iconography

Primary Sources

London, British Library, MS Additional 42130 [The Luttrell Psalter]

London, British Library, MS Royal 2 A XXII, Ff. 219v-220r

Musset, Lucien, The Bayeux Tapestry ISBN: 1843831635 (hbk), (Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer 2005)  

Secondary Sources

Bennett, Matthew, ‘The Medieval Warhorse Reconsidered.’, in Medieval knighthood 5 : papers from the sixth Strawberry Hill Conference 1994 ISBN: 0851156282: (Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 1995), pp. 19–40   Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Camille, Michael, Image on the edge : the margins of medieval art ISBN: 0948462280; 0948462272, (London: Reaktion Books, 1992)  

Keefer, Sarah Larratt, ‘Body Language: A Graphic Commentary by the Horses of the Bayeux Tapestry’, in King Harold II and the Bayeux Tapestry ISBN: 1843831244 (hardback : alk. paper) : No price (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2005), pp. 93–108

Owen-Crocker, Gale R., ‘Embroidered Wood: Animal-Headed Posts in the Bayeux “Tapestry”’, in Aedificia nova : studies in honor of Rosemary Cramp ISBN: 9781580441100 (casebound : alk. paper). (Kalamazoo, Mich.: Medieval Institute Publications, 2008), pp. 106–38

———, ‘Squawk Talk: Commentary by Birds in the Bayeux Tapestry?’, Anglo-Saxon England. ISSN: 0263-6751, 34 (2005), 237–54

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7. Animals, magic, and faith

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Secondary Sources

Aitchison, Briony, ‘Holy Cow!: The Miraculous Cures of Animals in Late Medieval England’, European review of history = Revue européenne d'histoire. ISSN: 1350-7486; 1469-8293, 16 (2009), 875–92  

Alexander, Dominic, Saints and animals in the Middle Ages ISBN: 9781843833949 (hbk.); 1843833948 (hbk.) (Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2008)  

Olsan, Lea T., ‘Charms and Prayers in Medieval Medical Theory and Practice’, Social history of medicine. ISSN: 0951-631X, 16 (2003), 343–66  

Rider, Catherine, ‘Medical Magic and the Church in Thirteenth-Century England’, Social history of medicine., 24 (2011), 92–107  

Tornaghi, Paola, ‘Anglo-Saxon Charms and the Language of Magic’, Aevum. ISSN: 0001-9593: Rassegna Di Scienze Storiche Linguistiche e Filologiche, 84 (2010), 439–64

Van der Lugt, Maaike, ‘“Abominable Mixtures”: The Liber Vaccae in the Medieval West, or the Dangers and Attractions of Natural Magic’, Traditio : studies in ancient and medieval history, thought and religion ISSN: 0362-1529, 64 (2009), 229–77

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8. The knight and the warhorse

Primary Sources

Baker, Geoffrey, fl. 1350, The chronicle of Geoffrey le Baker ISBN: 9781843836919, ed. by Richard Barber, trans. by David Preest (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2012)  

Burgkmair, Hans, 1473-1531, and Stanley Appelbaum, The triumph of Maximilian I : 137 woodcuts, Book, Whole (New York: Dover, 1964)

Duarte, and Jeffrey L Forgeng, The book of horsemanship ISBN: 9781783271030 (hbk); 1783271035 (hbk), (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2016)  

Fallows, Noel, Jousting in medieval and Renaissance Iberia ISBN: 9781843835943 Armour and Weapons (Suffolk: Boydell Press, 2010)  

Muhlberger, Steven, Charny's Men-at-Arms : Questions concerning the joust, tournaments, and war ISBN: 9781937439057; 1937439054 (Wheaton, IL: Freelance Academy Press, 2014)  

Muhlberger, Steven, and Geoffroi de Charny, Jousts and tournaments : Charny and the rules for chivalric sport in fourteenth century France ISBN: 1891448285; 9781891448287 (Union City, Calif: Chivalry Bookshelf, 2002)

Secondary Sources

Ayton, Andrew, Knights and warhorses : military service and the English aristocracy under Edward III ISBN: 0851155685 (hardback : acid-free) (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 1999)  

Gillmor, Carroll, ‘Practical Chivalry: The Training of Horses for Tournaments and Warfare’, Studies in medieval and Renaissance history. ISSN: 0081-8224, 13 (1999), 5–29

———, ‘The 791 Equine Epidemic and Its Impact on Charlemagne’s Army’, in Journal of medieval military history. ISBN: 9781843839361 (v.12); 1477-545X, ed. by Kelly Devries and Clifford J. Rogers (Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2005), iii, 23–45

Hyland, Ann, The warhorse : 1250-1600 ISBN: 0750907460 (Stroud: Sutton, 1998)  

Prestwich, Michael, Armies and warfare in the Middle Ages : the English experience ISBN: 0300076630 (pbk.); 0300064527 (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1996)  

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9. The gendered animal

Primary Sources

Chaucer, Geoffrey, and John H. Fisher, ‘The Prologue’, in The Wife of Bath's prologue and tale ISBN: 9780806142241, trans. by Mark Edward Allen (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2012)   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (hew 19/01/2018) 

Crouch, David, ‘The Tournament of Ladies’, in Tournament ISBN: 185285460x (Continuum, 2006), pp. 167–71   Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Edward of Norwich,The master of game : the oldest English book on hunting ISBN: 9780812200966 (e-book) (London: Chatto & Windus, 1909)  

Llull, Ramon, The book of the order of chivalry ISBN: 9781843838494 (pbk.) : £16.99 translated by Noel Fallows (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2013)  

Scott-Macnab, David and Juliana Berners A sporting lexicon of the fifteenth century : the J.B. treatise ISBN: 090757016x,  (Oxford: Society for the Study of Mediaeval Languages and Literature, 2003)  

London, British Library, MS Yates Thompson 13

San Marino CA, Huntingdon Library, MS EL 26 C 9 [The Ellesmere Chaucer]

Secondary Sources

Almond, Richard, Medieval hunting ISBN: 0750921625 (hbk), (Stroud: Sutton, 2003)  

Chibnall, Marjorie, ‘Aspects of Knighthood: The Knight and His Horse’, in Chivalry, knighthood and war in the middle ages ISBN: 0918769469 (pbk.), ed. by Susan J Ridyard (Sewanee, Tenn.: Univ. of the South Press, 1999), pp. 5–27  

Cummins, John, The hound and the hawk : the art of medieval hunting ISBN: 0297794590, (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1988)

Irigoyen-García, Javier, ‘Diana and Wild Boar Hunting: Refiguring Gender and Ethno-Religious Conflict in the Pastoral Imaginary’, Bulletin of Hispanic studies. ISSN: 1475-3839; 1478-3398 (Liverpool), 88 (2011), 273–87

Judkins, Ryan R., ‘The Game of the Courtly Hunt: Chasing and Breaking Deer in Late Medieval English Literature’, Journal of English and Germanic philology. ISSN: 0363-6941, 112 (2013), 70–92

Leet, Elizabeth S., ‘The Lives, Deaths, and Legacies of Camille and Panteselee’, in Communicating with Horses: Women as Equestrians in 12th- through 14th-Century Old French, Anglo-Norman, and Middle English Literature (Charlottesville: University of Virginia, 2016), pp. 132–206 Available online: https://oatd.org/oatd/record?record=virginia%5C:11406&q=*%3A*

Miller, Andrew G, ‘“Tails” of Masculinity: Knights, Clerics, and the Mutilation of Horses in Medieval England’, Speculum. ISSN: 0038-7134; 2040-8072, 88 (2013), 958–95  

Poole, Kristopher, ‘Engendering Debate: Animals and Identity in Anglo-Saxon England’, Medieval archaeology. ISSN: 0076-6097, 57 (2013), 061–082  

Richardson, Amanda, ‘“Riding like Alexander, Hunting like Diana”: Gendered Aspects of the Medieval Hunt and Its Landscape Settings in England and France’, Gender & history. ISSN: 0953-5233, 24 (2012), 253–70  

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10. Animals and human health

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Secondary Sources

Carr, David R., ‘Controlling the Butchers in Late Medieval English Towns’, The historian. ISSN: 0265-1076, 70 (2008), 450–61

Geltner, G., ‘Healthscaping a Medieval City: Lucca’s Curia Viarum and the Future of Public Health History’, Urban history. ISSN: 0963-9268, 40 (2013), 395–415

Jørgensen, Dolly, ‘Running Amuck? Urban Swine Management in Late Medieval England’, Agricultural History. ISSN: 0002-1482, 87 (2013), 429–51

Schönig, Hanne, ‘Reflections on the Use of Animal Drugs in Yemen’, Quaderni di studi arabi., 20–21 (2003), 157–84

Seetah, Krish, ‘The Middle Ages on the Block: Animals, Guilds and Meat in the Medieval Period’, in Breaking and shaping beastly bodies : animals as material culture in the Middle Ages ISBN: 9781842172186 paperback (Oxford: Oxbow, 2007)    

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11. Veterinary medicine and animal care

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Secondary Sources

Harrison, Sunny, ‘Jordanus Ruffus and the Late-Medieval Hippiatric Tradition: Animal-Care Practitioners and the Horse’ (unpublished PhD, University of Leeds, 2018)

Klemettilä, Hannele, Animals and hunters in the late Middle Ages : evidence from the BnF MS fr. 616 of the Livre de chasse by Gaston Fébus ISBN: 9781138842335 hardcover; 1138842338 hardcover; 9781315731414 electronic book (New York: Routledge, 2015)

Shehada, Housni Alkhateeb, Mamluks and animals : veterinary medicine in medieval Islam ISBN: 9789004234055 (hardback : alk. paper); 9789004234222 (e-book) (Leiden: Brill, 2012)

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