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  • Mythical Animals in the Renaissance.

    17 February 2010, by Guillaume Berthon

    Date limite : 12 mars 2010
    The sixteenth century was a period of transition for mythical animals. On the one hand, world exploration and scientific inquiry threw increasing doubt upon the existence of dragons, unicorns, mermaids, etc. But on the other hand, these same creatures flourished in heraldry, emblematics, poetry and novels, and sometimes even zoological tracts. What place did such imaginary creatures have in the sixteenth-century? Did their meaning and symbolism shift during this (...)

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