Amphisbaena
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Thomas Brown, James Eason, ed.   Pseudodoxia Epidemica: Or, Enquiries into very many Received Tenents and commonly presumed Truths (1646, 1672) Seen by bibliographer
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John Cherry, ed.   Mythical Beasts (London: British Museum Press/Pomegranite Artbooks, 1995) Seen by bibliographer
George C. Druce   The Amphisbaena and its Connections in Ecclesiastical Art and Architecture (Archaeological Journal, 67, 1910, 285-317) Not seen, considered reliable
    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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D. Newman Johnson, Etienne Rynne, ed.   An unusual amphisbaena in Galway city (in Etienne Rynne, ed., Figures from the Past. Studies on Figurative Art in Christian Ireland in Honour of Helen M. Roe, Dun Laoghaire: Glendale Press, 1987, 233-241) Not seen, considered reliable
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
Ann Payne   Medieval Beasts (New York: New Amsterdam Books, 1990) 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
 
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