Reinardus, Volume 24 (2012)

Reinardus, cover, 2012

Reinardus, cover 2012

The peer-reviewed journal Reinardus aims to promote comparative research in the fields of medieval comic, satirical, didactic, and allegorical literature, with emphasis on beast epic, fable and fabliau, including sources, influences and later developments into the modern period. Moreover, Reinardus is the only journal entirely devoted to the study of the animals in the Middle Ages. Its main topic is about literature and fable, but one could find many other papers on various subjects concerning the history of animal during medieval times. The table of contents of the last issue of the journal (24, 2012) shows the great variety of these topics, including menageries, bestiaries, encyclopaedias, animal names, etc.

Table of contents


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MAD (2013, July 18). Reinardus, Volume 24 (2012). Medieval Animal Data-Network. Retrieved April 17, 2024, from

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