Ape
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John Ashton   Curious Creatures in Zoology (New York: Cassel Publishing, 1890) Seen by bibliographer
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Janetta Rebold Benton   Medieval Menagerie: Animals in the Art of the Middle Ages (New York: Abbeville Press, 1992) Seen by bibliographer
Anne Clark   Beasts and Bawdy (New York: Taplinger Publishing Company, 1975) Seen by bibliographer
Arthur H. Collins   Symbolism of Animals and Birds Represented in English Church Architecture (New York: McBride, Nast & Company, 1913) Seen by bibliographer
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Michael J. Curley   Physiologus (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1979) Seen by bibliographer
Victor Henry Debidour   Le Bestiaire Sculpté du Moyen Age en France (Paris?: Arthaud, 1961; Series: Grandes Études d'Art et d'Archéologie 3) Seen by bibliographer
Rodney Dennys   The Heraldic Imagination (London: Barrie & Jenkins, 1975) Seen by bibliographer
George C. Druce   Animals in English wood carvings (Walpole Society, London (Annual Volume of the Walpole Society), 3, 1913-14, 57-73) Seen by bibliographer
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Horst Waldemar Janson   Apes and Ape Lore in the Middle Ages and Renaissance (London: Warburg Institute, 1952; Series: Studies of the Warburg Institute 20) Seen by bibliographer
Loren MacKinney   Moon-Happy Apes, Monkeys and Baboons (Isis, 54:1 (March), 1963, 120-122) Seen by bibliographer
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Florence McCulloch   Medieval Latin and French Bestiaries (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1962; Series: Studies in the Romance Languages and Literatures, 33) Seen by bibliographer
Mariko Miyazaki, Debra Hassig, ed.   Misericord owls and medieval anti-semitism (in Debra Hassig, ed., The Mark of the Beast: The Medieval Bestiary in Art, Life, and Literature, New York: Garland, 1999, 23-49) Seen by bibliographer
Ann Payne   Medieval Beasts (New York: New Amsterdam Books, 1990) Seen by bibliographer
Beryl Rowland   Blind Beasts: Chaucer's Animal World (Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1971) Seen by bibliographer
    Chaucer's She-Ape (The Parson's Tale, 424) (Chaucer Review: A Journal of Medieval Studies and Literary Criticism, 2, 1967, 159-165) Not seen, reliability unknown
    ' Owles and Apes' in Chaucer's Nun's Priest's Tale, 3092 (Mediaeval Studies (Pontifical Institute), 27, 1965, 322-325) Seen by bibliographer
J. L. Schrader, ed.   A Medieval Bestiary (New York: Metropolitan Museum Art, 1986; Series: Metropolitan Museum Of Art Bulletin, XLIV, 1) Seen by bibliographer
Edward Topsell, Malcolm South, ed.   Topsell's Histories of Beasts (Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 1981) Seen by bibliographer
Kenneth Varty   Reynard the Fox. A Study of the Fox in Medieval English Art (Leicester: Leicester University Press, 1967) Seen by bibliographer
S. Zuckerman   The Ape in Myth and Art (London: 1998) Not seen, considered reliable
 
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