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References

Abel, O. 1939. Vorzeitliche Tierreste im Deutchen Mythus . Brauchtum und Volksglauben, Jena 304 pp.

Bassett, M.G. 1982. Formed stones, folklore and fossils . National Museum of Wales. Geological Series No. 1, Cardiff.

Ciantar, G.A. 1772. Malta Illustrata Libro Primo e Secondo. In Malta nella Stamperia del Palazzo di S.A.S. MDCCLXXII per Giovanni Mallia suo Stampatore (Con Licenza dei Superiori).

Fleener, F.L. and Wilson, B.H. 1941. Mineral Lore. The Mineralogist 9 : 292.

Lane, N.G. and Ausich, W I. 2001. The Legend of St. Cuthbert's Beads; A Palaeontological and Geological Perspective. Folklore . http://static.highbeam.com/f/folklore/april012001/thelegendofstcuthbertsbeadsapalaeontologicalandgeo/

Oakley, K.P. 1978. Animal fossils as charms. Pp. 208-278. In Porter J.R. and Russell, M.S. (eds) Animals in Folklore . DS Brewer Ltd and Rowman & Littlefield, publishers,.

Plot, R. 1705. The Natural History of Oxfordshire: being an essay towards the natural history of England . 2 nd Edition by John Burman. London, Paul P.B. Minet. 366 pp.

Scott, W. 1808. Marmion: A Tale of Flodden Field in Six Cantos . John Ballantyne, Edinburgh.

Zammit-Maempel, G. 1989. The Folklore of Maltese fossils. Papers in Mediterranean Social Studies , Issue 1 :1-29.

 
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