Begun January, 2001 in conjunction with a seminar at the Centre for Medieval Studies,
University of Toronto, led by Prof. M. Herren: "The Classical Tradition in the Middle Ages: Medieval Mythography"

Mythography: Secondary Sources

(Complete Listings)


This bibliography supplements that found in Jane Chance's Medieval Mythography.Vol. 1.  (University Press of Florida).
It has been compiled by Jess Paehlke and Shana Worthen, with contributions from Prof. Michael Herren and other members of the seminar.
Corrections and additions are welcome.

See also: Index - Primary Sources (Complete)


"Mythography" in Oxford Classical Dictionary
Albert, Jean-Pierre.  "Destins du mythe dans le christianisme médiéval" L'Homme 113 (1990) pp. 53-72.
Allen, Judson B.  The Friar as Critic. (Nashville: Vanderbilt U.P., 1971).
Anderson, David.  "Mythography of Historiography ? The Interpretation of Theban Myths in Late Mediaeval Literature" Florilegium 8 (1986) pp. 113-39.

Attridge, H.W.  "The Philosophical Critique of Religion under the Early Empire" ANRW II 16.1 (1978) 45f.

Baldwin, Barry.  "Fulgentius and His Sources" Traditio 44 (1988) pp. 37-57.
Baring-Gould, Sabine.  Curious Myths of the Middle Ages.  New York: Oxford University Press, 1978 (1866).
Baswell, Christopher. "The Medieval Allegorization of the 'Aeneid.': MS Cambridge, Peterhouse 158." Traditio41. (1985): 181-237.
Baswell, Christopher.  Vergil in Medieval England: Figuring the Aeneid from the Twelfth Century to Chaucer.Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature 24. (Cambridge: CUP, 1995).
Bate, H.N. "Some Technical Terms of Greek Exegesis." The Journal of Theological Studies 24. (1923): 60-61.
Behrendsen, O.  Darstellungen von Planetengotteiten an und in Deutschen Bauten. Strassburg: J. H. Ed. Heitz, 1926.
Bietenholz, Peter G.  Historia and Fabula.  Myths and Legends in Historical Thought from Antiquity to the Modern Age.  Leiden, New York, Köln, 1994.
Binder, G. "Eine Polemik des Porphyries gegen die allegorische Auslegung des Alten Testaments durch dir Christen." Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 3. (1968): 81-95.
Bonnefoy, Yves.  Roman and European Mythologies.

Bourne, Ella.  "The mediaeval wanderings of a Greek myth" Journal of English and Germanic philology vol. 24,  no. 2 (1925) 184-194.

Brémier, É. "Les idées philosophiques et religieuses en Philon d'Alexandrie." Études de Philosophie médiévale 8. (Paris, 1950).
Bremmer, J.N. and N.M. Horsfall.  Roman Myth and Mythography.  BICS Supplement n. 52. (London: Institute of Classical Studies, 1988).
Brisson, Luc.  Einführung in die Philosophie des Mythos. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1996.  Originally published as Introduction à la philophie du mythe. 2 vols.  Paris: J. Vrin, 1996.
Brown, Truesdell S.  "Euhemerus and the Historians" Harvard Theological Review 39 (1946) pp. 259-274.
Browning, Robert.  "Homer in Byzantium." Viator 6. (1975): 15-33.
Buffière, Félix.  Les mythes d'Homère et la pensée grecque.  (Paris: Belles Lettres, 1958).

Chance, Jane. "The Medieval 'Apology for Poetry': Fabulous Narrative and Stories of the Gods" in The Mythographic Art. Jane Chance, ed.  Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 199x. pp. 3-45.

Chance, Jane.  Medieval Mythography, 2: From the School of Chartres to the Court at Avignon, 1177-1350.  University Press of Florida, 2000.
Christiansen, Irmgard.  Die Technik der allegorischen Auslegungswissenschaft bei Philo von Alexandrien. (Beiträge zur Geschichte der biblischen Hermeneutik, 7)

Chydenius, J.  "La théorie du symbolisme médiéval" Poétique 23 (1975) 322-341.

Clunies Ross, Margaret.  "The Mythological Fictions of Snorra Edda" in Snorrastefna.  Úlfar Bragason, ed.  Reykjavík: Stofnun Sigur*ar Nordals, 1992.  pp. 204-216.

Coulter, Cornelia Catlin.  "The Genealogy of the Gods" in Vassar Mediaeval Studies.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 1923.  pp. 317-341.
Coultier, James A.  The Literary Microcosm: Theories of Interpretation of the Later Neoplatonists. Columbia Studies on the Classical Tradition 2. (Leiden: Brill, 1976).
Courcelle, Pierre and Jeanne.  Lecteurs paiens et lecteurs chrétiens de l'Énéide.I. Les témoinages littéraries. II. Les manuscrits de l'Énéide du Xe au XVIe siècle. Mémoires de l'Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres, Nouvelle serie IV. (Paris: Institut de France, 1984).

Croce, Benedetto.  "Gli dèi antichi nella tradizione mitologica del Medio Evo e del Rinascimento" La Parola del Passato 1 (1946) 273-285. --a review of Jean Seznec, La survivance des dieux antiques.

Crosas López, Francisco.  De diis gentium: Tradición clásica y cultura medieval.  (Ibérica, 30).  New York: Peter Lang, 1998.

Curry, Walter C.  "Astrologising the Gods" Anglia 47 (1923) pp. 213-243.
Dalgy, Brian E, S.J.  "Origen's De Principiis: A Guide to the Principles of Scriptural Interpretation." Nova et Vetera, pp. 3-21.
Damon, Philip.  "Allegory and Invention: Levels of Meaning in Ancient and Medieval Rhetoric" in The Classics in the Middle Ages.  Aldo S. Bernardo and Saul Levin, eds.  Binghamton, N.Y.: Centre for Medieval and Early Renaissance Studies, 1990.

Dane, Joseph A.  "Integumentum as Interpretation: Note on William of Conchesís Commentary on Macrobius (I, 2, 10-11)" Classical Folia 32 (1978) 201-215.

Dawson, David.  Allegorical Readers and Cultural Revision in Ancient Alexandria. (Berkeley, Los Angeles + Oxford: University of California Press, 1992).
Decharme, P.  La critique des traditions religieuses chez les Grecs des origines au temps de Plutarque. (Paris, 1904).
Delacy, Phillip. "Plato and the Intellectual Life of the Second Century AD" in Approaches to the Second Sophistic. Ed. Glen Bowersock. (University Park, PA: Americal Philological Association, 1974).
Delacy, Phillip. "Stoic Views of Poetry." American Journal of Philology69. (1948): 241-71.
Dell'Omo, Mariano, ed.  Virgilio e il Chiostro.  Manoscritti di autori classici e civilta monastica.  Fratelli Palombi Editori, 1996.
De Lubac, Henri.  L'ExegèseMédiévalet les Quatres Sens de l'Ecriture.  Translated into English as Medieval Exegesis and the 4 senses of Scripture. Grand Rapids: W.B. Eerdmans, 1998.
Demats, P.  Fabula: Trois etudes de mythologie antique et medievale.  Geneva: Droz, 1973.
Desmond, Marilynn.  "Bernardus Silvestris and the Corpus of the Aeneid" in The Classics in the Middle Ages.  Aldo S. Bernardo and Saul Levin, eds.  Binghamton, N.Y.: Centre for Medieval and Early Renaissance Studies, 1990.
Detienne, Marcel.  Homère, Hésiode, et Pythagore. Collection Latomus, v. 54. (Brussels: Latomus, 1962).
--See discussion pp. 65-67 on Theageres of Rhegium and his connection to allegory.
Dillon, John. "Ganymede as the Logos: Traces of a Forgotten Allegorization in Philo?" Classical Quarterly 31 (1981): 183-85.
Dillon, John. "Image, Symbol and Analogy: Three Basic Concepts of Neoplatonic Allegorical Exegesis." In The Significance of Neoplatonism, ed. R. Baine Harris. (Norfolk, VA: 1976): 247-62.
Dillon, John.  The Middle Platonists. (London: Duckworth, 1977).

Dominguez, Frank A.  The Medieval Argonautica.  Potomac, Md.: Jose Porrua Turanzas S. A., 1979.

Droge, A. J.  Homer or Moses?: Early Christian Interpretations of the History of Culture. (Tübingen, 1989).
Dronke, Peter.  "Bernard Silvestris: Nature and Personification" in Intellectuals and Poets in Medieval Europe. Rome: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 1992.  pp. 41-61.
Dronke, Peter. "Gli dei pagani nella poesia latina medievale" in Gli umanesimi medievali. Claudio Leonardi, ed. Florence: Sismel/Edizioni del Gallazzo, 1998. pp. 97-109.  Also in his Sources of Inspiration.
Dronke, Peter.  "Integumenta Virgilii" in Lectures Médiévales de Virgile.  Rome: École française de Rome, 1985.  pp. 313-329.
Dronke, Peter.  "William of Conches's Commentary on Martianus Capella" in Études de civilisation médiévale: mélanges offerts à Edmond-René Labande.  Edmond-René Labande, ed.  Poitiers: C.É.S.C.M., 1974.  pp. 223-235.

Dronke, Ursula and Peter Dronke.  "The Prologue of the Prose Edda: Explorations of a Latin Background" in Sjötíu Ritger*ir helga*ar Jakobi Benediktssyni.  Einar G. Pétursson and Jónas Kristjánsson, eds.  2 vols.  Reykjavík: Stofnun Árna Magnússonar, I, pp. 153-176.

Edelstein, Ludwig.  "The Function of Myth in Plato's Philosophy" Journal of the History of Ideas 10 / 4 (1949) pp. 463-481.
Eisenhut, Werner. "Spätantiker Torja - Erzählingen - mit einem Ausblick auf die mittelalterliche Troja - Literatur." Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 18. (1983): 1-28.
Elias, J.A. Plato's Defense of Poetry. (London, 1984).
Engels, J.  "Note sur quelques manuscrits mythologiques" Vivarium 6 no. 2 (1968) pp. 102-107.
Esposito, Mario.  "Irish Commentaries on Martianus Capella" in Irish Books and Learning in Medieval Europe.  Michael Lapidge, ed.  Aldershot: Variorum, 1990.  Ch. XIII, pp. 159-163.
Esposito, Mario.  "Note on a Ninth-Century Commentary on Martianus Capella" in Irish Books and Learning in Medieval Europe.  Michael Lapidge, ed.  Aldershot: Variorum, 1990.  Ch. XII, pp. 499-507.
Esposito, Mario.  "Sur le prétendu commentaire de Dunchad sur Marcien Capella" in Irish Books and Learning in Medieval Europe.  Michael Lapidge, ed.  Aldershot: Variorum, 1990.  Ch. XIV, pp. 173-181.

Faber, Richard and Renate Schlesier, eds.  Die Restauration der Gotter: antike Religion und Neo-Paganismus.  Würzburg: Königshausen + Neumann, 1986.

Faulhaber, William.  Leaves from the Golden Bough: A historico critical study of selected medieval mythographers and a new translation of Bernard Silvestrius' Commentary on the Aeneid.  PhD Thesis.  South Illinois University, 1975.
Faulkes, Anthony. "Descent from the Gods" Medieval Scandinavia11 (1978-79) 92-125.
Flacelière, Robert.  "La Théologie selon Plutarque."  Mélanges de philosophie, de littérature et d'histoire ancienne offerts à Pierre Boyancé. ed. J.-P. Boucher et al. (Rome: École française de Rome, 1974).
Flamant, Jacques.  Macrobe et le néoplatisme latin à la fin du IVe siècle. (Études préliminaires aux réligions orientales dans l'empire romain, 58) (Leiden: Brell, 1977).
Folke, F. "Synkrisis." Hermes 58. (1923): 327-68.
Frey-Salmon, A.  Aus dem Nachleben antike Gottergestalten. Leipzig, 1931.
Friedman, John B.  "John de Foxton's Continuation of Ridwall's Fulgentius Metaforalis" Studies in Iconography 7/8 (1981-2) pp. 65-79.
Friedman, John Block.  "John Siferwas and the mythological illustrations in the Liber cosmographiae of John de Foxton" Speculum 58/2 (Apr. 1983) pp. 391-418.

Fuhrmann, Manfred, ed.  Terror und Spiel.  Probleme der Mythenrezeption.  Munich: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 1971.

Gadamer, Hans-Georg. "Plato and the Poets" in Dialogue and Dialectic: Eight Hermeneutical Studies in Plato, trans. P.C. Smith. (New Haven, 1982): 39-72.

Garin, Eugenio. Moyen Age et Renaissance. Translated by Claude Carme. Paris: Gallimard, 1969.

Gersh, S. "(Pseudo-?) Bernard Silvestris and the Revival of Neoplatonic Virgilian Exegesis" in: So?ns ? ?topes: Hommage a Jean Pépin (ed. M. O. Goulet-Cazé et al., Paris 199x).

Ghisalberti, Fausto.  "Mitografi latini e retori medievali in un codice cremonese del sec. XIV." Archivum Romanicum 7 (1923) pp. 95-154.
Goldschmidt, Victor.  "Théologia." Revue des études grecques63. (1950): 20-42.
Gomme, A.W.  The Greek Attitude to Poetry and History. (Berkeley, 1954).
Gompf, L. "Figmenta poetarum" in Fs. K. Langosch. pp. 53ff.

Goulet-Cazé, M.-O. "Les premiers cyniques et la religion" in Le cynicisme ancien et ses prolongements. Paris, 1991.

Graf, Fritz.  "Ovide, les Métamorphoses et la Véracité du Mythe" in Métamorphoses du Mythe en Grece Antique.  Claude Calame, ed.  Geneva: Éditions Labor et Fides, 1988.  pp. 57-70.

Graf.  Mitti, leggende e superstizione del medio evo. 2 vols.  Turin: Ermanno Loescher, 1892-3.

Green, R.H.  "Dante's Allegory of Poets and the Medieval Theory of Poetic Fiction" Comparative Literature 9 (1957) pp. 118-128.

Grubb, G.M.A.  The Greek and Roman Critics. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1965).
Hadot, Pierre-Henrie. "Ouraurs, Kronos, and Zeus in Plotinus's Treatise Against the Gnostics." in Neoplatonism and Early Christian Thought: Essays in Honour of A. H. Armstrong. ed. J.J. Blumenthal and R.A. Markus. (London: Variorum, 1981).
Hagendahl, Harald.  Augustine and the Latin Classics. (Studia Graeca et Latina Gothogurgensia, 20. Acta Univ. Gothoburgensis.) (Göteborg: Almquist and Wiksell, 1967).
Hahn, Reinhart.  Die Allegory in der antiken Rhetorik. Diss. (Tübingen, 1967).
Haller, Robert S.  Literary Criticism of Dante Alighieri. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1973).

Hankey, Teresa.  "Un nuono codice delle Genelogie Deorum di Paolo da Perugia (e tre manualetti contemporanei)" Studi sul Boccaccio 18 (1989) 65-162.

Hanson, R.C.P.  Allegory and Event: A Study of the Sources and Significance of Origen's Interpretation of Scripture. (Richmond, VA: 1959).
Hanson, R.P.C. "The Christian attitude to pagan religions up to the time of Constantine the Great" ANRW, II.23.2, 910-973. (Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt)

Harriott, Rosemary.  Poetry and Criticism before Plato. (London, 1969).

Harris.  "The Significance of Neo-Platonism" in Classical Influences on European Culture A.D. 500-1500. R.R. Bolgar, ed.  Cambridge University Press, 1971.

Hatinguas, J.  "En marge d'um poeme de Boece: l'interpretation allégorique du mythe d'Orphée par Guillaume de Conches" in Association Guillaume Budé Ve Congres.  Tours & Poitiers.  pp. 285-289

Hay, David. "Philo's References to Other Allegorists." Studia Philomia6. (1978-80): 41-75.

Hecksher, W. Review of J. Seznec, Survival of the Pagan Gods in Art Bulletin 36-37 (195?) p. 307.

Henshaw, Millett.  "A Note on Euhemerism" Speculum 4 pp. 90-91; 'Corrigenda' 4 p. 248.
Herren, Michael W.  "The Commentary on Martianus attributed to John Scotus: Its Hiberno-Latin Background" in Latin Letters in Early Christian Ireland. Hampshire: Variorum, 1996.  Ch. IV, pp. 265-286.

Herren, Michael.  "The Earliest European Study of Graeco-Roman Mythology (A.D. 600-900)" in Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis 34-35 (1998-99) pp. 25-49.

Herren, Michael.  "Literary and Glossarial Evidence for the Study of Classical Mythology in Ireland A.D. 600-800" in Text and Gloss.  Studies in Insular Learning and Literature Presented to Joseph Donovan Pheifer.  Helen Conrad O'Briain, Anne Marie D'Arcy, John Scattergood, eds.  Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. 49-67.

Herren, Michael W.  "The transmission and reception of Graeco-Roman mythology in Anglo-Saxon England, 670-800" Anglo-Saxon England 27 (1998) pp. 87-103.

Herzog, Reinhardt.  Die allegorische Dichtkunst des Prudentius. (Zetemata, 42). (Munich: C.H. Beck, 1966).
Heydenreich, L. "Eine illustrierte Martianus Capella-Handschrift des Mittelalters und ihre Kopien im Zeitalter des Frühhumanismus" in Kunstgeschichtliche Studien für H. Kauffmann (Berlin 1956).

Himmelmann, Nikolaus.  Antike Gotter im Mittelalter.

Horn, Hans-Jürgen and Hermann Walter, eds.  Die Allegorese des antiken Mythos in der Literatur, Wissenschaft und Kunst Europas.  Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1997.

Huglo, Michel.  "La réception de Calcidius et des Commentarii de Macrobe à l'époque carolingienne" Scriptorium 44 (1990) pp. 3-20.
Hunt, Tony.  "Chrestien and Macrobius" Classica et Mediaevalia 33 (1981-1982) pp. 211-227.
Hüttig, Albrecht.  Macrobius im Mittelalter: Ein Beitrag zur Rezeptionsgeschichte der Commentarii in Somnium Scipionis.  Frankfurt am Main, Bern, New York and Paris: Lang, 1990.
Irvine, Martin. "Interpretation and the Semiotics of Allegory in Clement of Alexandria, Origen, and Augustine." Semiotica 63. (1987): 33-71.
Jaegger, Werner.  The Theology of the Early Greek Philosophers. (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1947).
Jauss, H.R.  "La transformation de la forme allégorique entre 1180 et 1240: d'Alain de Lille a Guillaume de Lorris" in L'humanisme médiévale dans les littératures romanes du xiie au xiv siecle.  A. Fourrier, ed.  Paris, 1964.  pp. 108-146.
Jauss, Hans Robert.  "Allégorie, remythisation et nouveau mythe.  Reflexion sur la captivité chrétienne de la mythologie au moyen age" Mélanges d'histoire litteraire, de linguistique et de philologie romanes offerts a Charles Rostaing.  Association des Romanistes de l'Université de Liege, 1974, pp. 469-499.

Jocelyn, Henry David.  "Giovanni Boccaccio's Interpretations of the Graeco-Roman Myths and the Constraints and Impulses of his own Times" in Die Allegorese des antiken Mythos in der Literatur, Wissenschaft und Kunst Europas.  Hans-Jürgen Horn and Hermann Walter, eds.  Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1997.  253-265.

Jones, J(ulian) W(ard). "The So-Called Silvestris Commentary on the Aeneid and Two Other Interpretations." Speculum 64. (1989): 838-48.
Jones, J.W., Jr.  "The Allegorical Traditions of the Aeneid" in Vergil at 2000: Commemorative essays on the poet and his influence.  John D. Bernard, ed.  New York, 1986.  pp. 107-32.

Jung, Erich. Germanische Götter und Helden in christlicher Zeit. München & Berlin: J.F. Lehmanns Verlag, 1939.  2nd ed.

Kaske, R.E. with Arthur Groos and Michael W. Thomey.  Medieval Christian Literary Imagery: a guide to interpretation.  Toronto, Buffalo, London: University of Toronto Press, 1988.  --Chapter 6, "Mythography"

Kennedy, George A. ed.  The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism. v. 1.  Classical Criticism. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989).

Killy, Walther, ed.  Mythographie der frühen Neuzeit: ihre Anwendung in den Künsten.  Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1984.

Kindstrand, Jan Fredrik.  Homer in der zweiten Sophistik. (Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis; Studia Graeca Upsaliensia 7). (Uppsala: University of Uppsala, 1973).
Kramer, Samuel Noah, ed.  Mythologies of the Ancient World.  Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1961.
Krill, Richard M.  "The Vatican mythographers: their place in ancient mythography" Manuscripta, vol. 23, no. 3 (1979) pp. 173-177.
La Penna, A.  "Le Parisinus Latinus 6370 et le Texte des Commentarii de Macrobe" Revue de Philologie 24 (1950) pp. 177-187.
Lamberton, Robert and John J. Keaney, eds.  Homerís Ancient Readers: The Hermeneutics of Greek Epicís Earliest Exegetes. (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1992).
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Le Boulluec, A.  "Líallegorie chez les Stoiciens" Poétique 23 (1975) 301-321.

Lecouteux, Claude.  Mondes paralleles.  L'Univers des croyances du Moyen Age.

Leonardi, C. `Der Kommentar des Johannes Scotus zu Martianus Capella im 12. Jahrhundert" in Eriugena redivivus 77-88.

Leonardi, C. "Illustrazioni e glosse in un codice di Marziano Capella" Bullettino dell'Archivio paleografico italiano NS 2/3 pt. 2 (1956/57) 39-60.

Lévèque, Pierre.  Aurea catena Homeri: Une Étude sur líallégorie grecque. (Annales littéraire de líUniversité de Berançon, 27). (Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 1959).
Levine, Robert. "Exploiting Ovid: Medieval Allegorizations of the Metamorphoses." Medioevo romanzo 14. (1989): 197-213.
Lévi-Strauss, Claude. "The Structural Study of Myth." In Myth: A Symposium. Ed. Thomas Sebeok.
Liebeschütz, Hans.  Fulgentius metaforalis: ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der antiken Mythologie im Mittelalter. (Leipzig, 1926).
Lind, L.R. "Roman Religion and Ethical Thought: Abstraction and Personification." The Classical Journal 69. (Dec. 1973-Jan. 1974).
Lutz, Cora E.  "Aesticampianus' Commentary on the De Grammatica of Martianus Capella" Renaissance Quarterly 26/2 (1973) pp. 157-166.

Marino.  "Prometheus, or the Mythographer's Self-Image" Studi sul Boccaccio 12 (1980) 263-273.

Markus, Ralph A. "St.Augustine on Signs." Phronesis 2. (1957): 60-83.
Marsilli, Pietro.  "La representation de l'antiquite dans les ceramiques du Moyen Age" in La Representation de l'antiquite au Moyen Age.  pp. 325-339.

Mehtonen, Päivi.  Old Concepts and New Poetics.  Historia, Argumentum, and Fabula in the Twelfth- and Early Thirteenth-Century Latin Poetics of Fiction.  Helsinki: Societas Scientiarum Fennica, 1996.

Menner, Robert J.  "Two notes on Medieval Euhemerism" Speculum (1928) pp. 246-8.
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Pépin, Jean.  "Plotin et les Mythes" Revue philosophique de Louvain 53 (1955) pp. 5-27.
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Pfeiffer, Rudolf.  History of Classical Scholarship from the Beginnings to the End of the Hellenistic Age. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1968).
Poiron, Daniel.  Résurgences: mythe et littérature a l'âge du symbole (XIIe siecle). Paris, 1986.
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Quilligan, Maureen.  The Language of Allegory: Defining the Genre. (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1979).
Rabuse, Georg. "Saturne et líéchelle de Jacob." Archives díhistoire doctrinale et littéraire du moyen âge 45. (1978): 7-31.
Raggio, Olga.  "The Myth of Prometheus: Its survival and metamorphoses up to the eighteenth century" Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 21 (1958) p. 44ff.
Rahner, Hugo. Grèschische Mythen in christlicher Deutung. (Zürich: Rhein-Verlag, 1945).
Rollinson, Philip.  Classical Theories of Allegory and Christian Culture.

Rosenthal, F. Das Fortleben der Antike im [Islam]. Zurich, 1965. Eng. tr. E. & J. Marmorstein. Berkeley, 1975.

Russell, D.A.  Criticism in Antiquity. (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1981).
Ruthven, K.K.  Myth: The Critical Idiom.
Saxl, Fritz. Verzeichnis astrologischer und mythologischer illustrierter Handschriften des lateinischen Mittelalters. 2 vols.  Heidelberg: C. Winter, 1915-17.
Schmitt, Jean-Claude.  "Problemes du mythe dans l'Occident medieval" Razo, Cahiers du Centre d'Etudes Medievales de Nice 8 (1988) 3-17.
Schreiber, Earl G.  "Venus in the Medieval Mythographic Tradition" Journal of English and Germanic Philology 74 no. 4 (October 1975) pp. 519-535.
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Sheerin, Daniel. "Rhetorical and Hermeneutic Synkrisis in Patristic Typology." Nova & Vetera. pp. 22-39.
Sheppard, Anne D.R.  Studies on the 5th and 6th Essays of Proclus' Commentary on the Republic.  Göttingen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 1980.
Simon, Marcel.  "Les Dieux antiques dans la Pensée Chrétienne" Zeitschrift für Religions und Geistesgeschichte 6 (1954) 97-114.
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