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This bibliography contains a list of reference articles and books that are mentioned in the book titled Animals as Disguised Symbols in Renaissance Art. The relationship between medieval animal symbolism and the iconography of animals in the Renaissance has scarcely been studied. Literature on bestiaries and the bestiary tradition, studies on animals in medieval literature and art, and research on the implications of the man-beast relationship, concentrate primarily on the medieval period, ignoring the implications of subsequent continuity or change.

Keywords: medieval animal symbolism; Renaissance art

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