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 Animals in Christian Art.Animals (Symbolical). 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Animals sacred to special Deities.
 
To Apollo, the wolf, the griffon, and the crow; to Bacchus, the dragon and the panther; to Diana, the stag; to Æsculapius, the serpent; to Hercules, the deer; to Isis, the heifer; to Jupiter, the eagle; to Juno, the peacock and the lamb; to the Lars, the dog; to Mars, the horse and the vulture; to Mercury, the cock; to Minerva, the owl; to Neptune, the bull; to Tethys, the halycon; to Venus, the dove, the swan, and the sparrow; to Vulcan, the lion, etc.   1
 


 Animals in Christian Art.Animals (Symbolical). 

 
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