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Lac caninum

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Abrantes, Roger (1999). Dogs Home Alone. Wakan Tanka, 46 pages. ISBN 0-9660484-2-3 (paperback).

A&E Television Networks (1998). Big Dogs, Little Dogs: The companion volume to the A&E special presentation, A Lookout Book, GT Publishing. ISBN 1-57719-353-9 (hardcover).

Alderton, David (1984). The Dog, Chartwell Books. ISBN 0-89009-786-0.

Brewer, Douglas J. (2002) Dogs in Antiquity: Anubis to Cerberus: The Origins of the Domestic Dog, Aris & Phillips ISBN 0-85668-704-9

Coppinger, Raymond and Lorna Coppinger (2002). Dogs: A New Understanding of Canine Origin, Behavior and Evolution, University of Chicago Press ISBN 0-226-11563-1

Cunliffe, Juliette (2004). The Encyclopedia of Dog Breeds. Parragon Publishing. ISBN 0-7525-8276-3.

Derr, Mark (2004). Dog's Best Friend: Annals of the Dog-Human Relationship. University of Chicago Press. ISBN 0-226-14280-9

Donaldson, Jean (1997). The Culture Clash. James & Kenneth Publishers. ISBN 1-888047-05-4 (paperback).

Fogle, Bruce, DVM (2000). The New Encyclopedia of the Dog. Doring Kindersley (DK). ISBN 0-7894-6130-7.

Grenier, Roger (2000). The Difficulty of Being a Dog. University of Chicago Press. ISBN 0-226-30828-6

Milani, Myrna M. (1986). The Body Language and Emotion of Dogs: A practical guide to the Physical and Behavioral Displays Owners and Dogs Exchange and How to Use Them to Create a Lasting Bond, William Morrow, 283 pages. ISBN 0-688-12841-6 (trade paperback).

Pfaffenberger, Clare (1971). New Knowledge of Dog Behavior. Wiley, ISBN 0-87605-704-0 (hardcover); Dogwise Publications, 2001, 208 pages, ISBN 1-929242-04-2 (paperback).

Mircea Eliade, Shamanism: archaic techniques of ecstasy, Pantheon, 1951.

2: V N Chernetsove, 'On Ugrian concepts of the soul' in Studies in Siberian shamanism ed. H.N. Michael, University of Toronto Press 1963.

3: Coamhin O'Dubhfaigh, 'Another shaggy dog story', Talking stick No.11, 1993.

4: Robert K.G. Temple, The Sirius mystery, Sidgwick and Jackson, 1976. While many of the suggestions made in this book can be ridiculed, his wide-ranging research provides some sound insights into related topics.

5: Nigel Jackson, 'Christmas as you never knew it', The ley hunter No.120 1994. This is closely related to a chapter in the same author's Call of the horned piper, Capall Bann 1994 (see review elsewhere in this issue).

6: A. Carter, 'Company of wolves' in The bloody chamber (Victor Gollanz 1979)

7: R.G.Wasson, S. Kramrisch, J. Ott, C.A.P. Ruck, Persephone's quest, Yale University Press, 1986.

8: Firdausi The Shahnama of Firdausi, trans. A.G. and E. Warner, London 1905-9 cited in Hamlet's mill G. de Santillana and H. von Dechend, Macmillan 1970

9: J.C. von Hahn Griechische und Albanische Mrchen (1918) cited in G. de Scintillas and H. von Decked, op. cit.

10: Miranda Green, Animals in Celtic life and myth, Routledge, 1992. Much of the information in this article on the Celtic mythology of dogs is drawn from this book, together with the same author's Symbol and image in Celtic religious art, Routledge, 1989.