||Snow 2007: "Alfonso has the pre-1200 Book of Moamyn translated ca 1250, and parts of this seem to have influenced his views on hunting — presented here as a mixture of popular and scientific, and even theological, traditions. In CSM 142 the hunt is the subject of the narration, whereas in 4 and 44 the hunt is merely scenic accompaniment to the main narrative. Hunting terms are part of the verbal texture in 392 and 67. Other citations would have to include: CSM 232, 243, 352, and 366. Five panels from CSM 44 decorate this study."