Become a member and save up to 20% on the price of your tickets! Join today If you are already a member, log in to access your member price. The Physiologus: A Book of Nature and Fantasy Evening Lecture/Seminar Monday, May 15, 2023 - 6:45 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. ET Add to calendar iCalendar Gmail Yahoo Mail Outlook Outlook.com Code: 1J0265 Location: This online program is presented on Zoom. Select your Tickets Login $20 Member 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $25 Non-Member Add to cart Reserving your tickets... Resize text Illuminated mauscript page from the Physiologus (Morgan museum and library , New York) Unicorns, centaurs, and other animals—both mythological and real—make an appearance in the Physiologus (The Naturalist), a compilation written in Greek by an anonymous author, probably in Alexandria in the 3rd century A.D. Its text comprises chapters on assorted animals and magic stones, with information drawn from the works of ancient and Christian authors, the Bible, and fables. The treatise quickly became very popular, as evidenced by its rapid translation into several languages. Ilya Dines, a medieval manuscripts specialist at the Library of Congress, delves into the text, illuminations, and legacy of the Physiologus. General Information View Common FAQs and Policies about our Online Programs on Zoom.