BIBLIOGRAPHY OF CUVlER'S SOURCESThis list gives the full reference for each publication in its original language
(works by classical Greek authors are given in Latin, as they are by Cuvier).
Numbers in brackets after most entries indicate the text(s) in which the publication is cited by Cuvier (those in the form "19.20" denote, for example, section
20 of the long text 19); a question mark indicates an allusion rather than an explicit citation, or some other reason for uncertainty.Also included are those of Cuvier's publications that are translated (in whole
or in part), or from which illustrations are reproduced, in this volume; the relevant text is shown by a number in bold type after the abbreviated title. Also
listed, for convenience, are primary sources mentioned in the editorial introductions and footnotes, but not specifically cited by Cuvier.
| Adelung, Johann Christoph. 1806-17. Mithridates, oder allgemeine Sprachenkunde mit dem Vater Unser als Sprachprobe in bey nahe fünfhundert Sprache
und Mundarten. 4 vols. Berlin. [19.36]|
| Aelian. De natura animalium. [19.28]|
| Agatharcides. Excerptae historiae. [19.28]|
| André, Noël. 1806. Théorie de la surface actuelle de la terre. Paris.|
| Aristotle. Historia animalium. [19.28]|
| Athenaeus. Deipnosophistae. [19.28]|
| Bentley, J. 1799. On the antiquity of the Suryá Siddhánta, and the formation
of the astronomical cycles therein contained. Asiatick researches 6:537-88.
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Book title: Georges Cuvier, Fossil Bones, and Geological Catastrophes:New Translations & Interpretations of the Primary Texts.
Contributors: M. J. S. Rudwick - Author, George Cuvier - Author.
Publisher: University of Chicago Press.
Place of publication: Chicago, IL.
Publication year: 1997.
Page number: 273.
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