1. LibGuides 1 item
  2. LibGuides: Contact the Library 1 item
  3. Some Consolidated Bibliographies 129 items
    1. Primary Resources for Further Bibliography, esp. on Ancient Subjects: 2 items
    2. Ancient and General: Introductory Bibliography 26 items
      1. Mythical and fabulous creatures : a source book and research guide / edited by Malcolm South. - J.D. Evans 1987

        Book  Read chapter 2, J.D. Evan's 'The Dragon', pp. 27-58.

      2. Python: a study of Delphic myth and its origins - Joseph Fontenrose 1980

        Book 

      3. An instinct for dragons - David E. Jones 2003

        Book 

      4. Travelling heroes: Greeks and their myths in the epic age of Homer - Robin Lane Fox 2009

        Book 

      5. Mysteries of the snake goddess: art, desire, and the forging of history - Kenneth D. S. Lapatin 2003

        Book 

      6. Lexicon iconographicum mythologiae classicae (LIMC) - Christoph Ackermann, Jean-Robert Gisler 1981-1999

        Book 

      7. The medieval dragon: the nature of the beast in Germanic literature - Joyce Tally Lionarons 1998

        Book 

      8. Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum: Sachwörterbuch zur Auseinandersetzung des Christentums mit der antiken Welt - Theodor Klauser 1950-

        Book  Vol. IV read R. Merkelbach's ‘Drache’, pp 226 - 50.

      9. Dans la gueule du dragon: histoire, ethnologie, litteŕature - Jean-Marie Privat, France. Direction reǵionale des Affaires culturelles de Lorraine, Universite ́de Metz c2000

        Book 

      10. Beowulf and the dragon: parallels and analogues - Christine Rauer 2000

        Book 

      11. Indian serpent lore: or the Nagas In Hindu legend and art - J. Ph. (Jean Philippe) Vogel

        Book 

      12. Theogony - M.L. West, Hesiod 1966

        Book 

    3. World-creational Dragon-fights in IE and NE texts 22 items
      1. Greek religion and culture, the Bible, and the ancient Near East - Jan N. Bremmer 2008

        Book  See pp. 317 - 320.

      2. When the gods were born: Greek cosmogonies and the Near East - Carolina López-Ruiz 2010

        Book 

      3. A walk in the garden: biblical, iconographical, and literary images of Eden - Paul M. Morris, Deborah F. Sawyer 1992

        Book 

      4. Drakōn: dragon myth and serpent cult in the Greek and Roman worlds - Daniel Ogden 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read pp. 10-15. 75-8.

      5. Hesiod and the Near East - Peter Walcot 1966

        Book 

      6. Theogony - M.L. West, Hesiod 1966

        Book 

    4. Dragons in Hagiography 36 items
      1. The apocryphal acts of Thomas - Jan Bremmer 2002

        Book  read pp. 115-124.

      2. Actes de l'apôtre Philippe - Frédéric Amsler, François Bovon, Bertrand Bouvier 1996

        Book 

      3. Acta Philippi: Textus - Philip, François Bovon, Bertrand Bouvier, Frédéric Amsler 1999

        Book  Read 'The saga of Olaf Tryggvason by Oddr Snorrason'. trans. T.M Andersson.

      4. Acta Philippi: commentarius - Philip, Frédéric Amsler 1999

        Book  Commentary on the above.

      5. The Anglo-Saxons: studies in some aspects of their history and culture presented to Bruce Dickins - Peter Clemoes, Bruce Dickins 1959

        Book  Read N.K. Chadwick's ' The Monsters and Beowulf', pp. 171-203.

      6. The Old English lives of St. Margaret - Mary Clayton, Hugh Magennis 1994

        Book 

      7. Enzyklopädie des Märchens: Handwörterbuch zur historischen und vergleichenden Erzählforschung, Bde 1-5 - Kurt Ranke, Hermann Bausinger, Lotte Baumann 1977-1987

        Book  Read H. Fischer's ‘Georg, Hl.’, vol. 5 pp. 1030-39.

      8. The Welsh saints: a study in patterned lives - Elissa R. Henken 1991

        Book 

      9. The apocryphal acts of Thomas - Jan Bremmer 2002

        Book  See also A. F. J. Klinjn's 'The Acts of Thomas ' pp. 1 - 10.

      10. St Patrick and the snakes - Alexander Haggerty Krappe 1947

        Article 

      11. The dragon in medieval East Christian and Islamic art - Sara Kuehn 2011

        Book 

      12. Body and soul: essays on medieval women and mysticism - Elizabeth Petroff 1994

        Book 

      13. Dans la gueule du dragon: histoire, ethnologie, litteŕature - Jean-Marie Privat, France. Direction reǵionale des Affaires culturelles de Lorraine, Universite ́de Metz c2000

        Book  Particularly P.M Beaude's ‘Les dragons dans la Bible’ pp. 135-43, M. Castellana ‘Le regard du dragon dans la légende de saint Georges’ pp. 159-72, M. Chazan's ‘Le dragon dans la légende de le saint Clément, premier évêque de Metz’, pp. 17-35, R. Godding's 'De Perpétue à Caluppan: les premières apparitions du dragon dans l’hagiographie’, pp. 145-57, L. Michaux's ‘Le Graouilly, entre histoire et l’imaginaire’ pp. 37 - 52, and P. E. Wagner's ‘Le Graouilly, chronique d’une folkorisation’, pp. 79-98

      14. Beowulf and the dragon: parallels and analogues - Christine Rauer 2000

        Book 

      15. The monstrous Middle Ages - Bettina Bildhauer, Robert Mills 2003

        Book  Read S.J.E. Riches 'Encountering the monstrous: saints and dragons in Medieval thought, pp. 196-218.

      16. Through a glass brightly: studies in Byzantine and medieval art and archaeology, presented to David Buckton - David Buckton 2016

        Book  Read C. Walter's '‘Saint Theodore and the dragon’, pp. 95-106.

    5. Germanic Dragons 43 items
      1. The Dragon Episode in - Paul Acker 2007

        Article 

      2. Revisiting the poetic Edda: essays on Old Norse heroic legend - Paul Acker, Carolyne Larrington, T. A. Shippey, Taylor & Francis 2013

        Book  Read 'Dragons in the eddas and in early Nordic art', pp. 53-75.

      3. A Beowulf handbook: an indispensable guide to the old English poem - Robert E. Bjork, John D. Niles 1998

        Book 

      4. The Anglo-Saxons: studies in some aspects of their history and culture presented to Bruce Dickins - Peter Clemoes, Bruce Dickins 1959

        Book  Read N. K. Chadwick's ‘The monsters in Beowulf’, pp. 171- 203.

      5. Old Icelandic literature and society - Margaret Clunies Ross 2000

        Book  Read 'The conservation and reinterpretation of myth in Medieval Icelandic writings’, pp. 116-39.

      6. Python: a study of Delphic myth and its origins - Joseph Fontenrose 1980

        Book 

      7. The mode and meaning of Beowulf - Margaret E. Goldsmith 1970

        Book 

      8. Beowulf and the Swedish dragon - S.R. Jensen 1993

        Book 

      9. Manx crosses - P. M. C. Kermode, David M. Wilson 1994

        Book 

      10. Der Drache - Claude Lecouteux 1979

        Article 

      11. Stave churches in Norway: dragon myth and Christianity in old Norwegian architecture - Dan Lindholm, Walther Roggenkamp, Stella Bittleston, Adam Bittleston 1969

        Audio-visual document 

      12. The medieval dragon: the nature of the beast in Germanic literature - Joyce Tally Lionarons 1998

        Book 

      13. Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubens - Eduard Hoffmann-Krayer, Hanns Bächtold-Stäubli 1987

        Book  Read L. Mackenso's 'Drache', vol. 2 pp. 364-405.

      14. Medieval iconography and narrative: a symposium; proceedings of the fourthinternational symposium organized by the Centre...at Odense University on 19-20 November, 1979 - Flemming G. Andersen, Marianne Powell, Esther Nyholm, Flemming Talbo Stubjaer 1980

        Book  Read S. Margeson's ‘The Völsung legend in Medieval art, pp. 183-211.

      15. The story of Sigurd the Volsung and the fall of the Niblungs - William Morris 1928

        Book  Later edition of the above work.

      16. A critical companion to Beowulf - Andy Orchard 2003 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      17. Beowulf and the dragon: parallels and analogues - Christine Rauer 2000

        Book 

      18. British dragons - Jacqueline Simpson 1980

        Book 

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