Review Animals and Otherness in the Middle Ages: Perspectives Across Disciplines García Francisco de Asís García Vadillo Mónica Ann Walker Picaza María Victoria Chico Archaeopress Oxford, England

Journal of Animal Ethics 5 (1):103-106 (2015)

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