Cock
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Lorrayne Y. Baird   Christus gallinaceus: A Chaucerian Enigma; or the Cock as Symbol for Christ in the Middle Ages (Studies in Iconography, 9, 1983, 19-39) Not seen, reliability unknown
    The Role of the Cock in Fertility and Eroticism in Classical Antiquity and the Middle Ages" (Studies in Iconography, 7-8, 1981-2, 81-112) Not seen, reliability unknown
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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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
Christopher Lucken   Du ban du coq à l'Ariereban de l'âne (A propos du Bestiaire d'Amour de Richard de Fournival) (Reinardus: Yearbook of the International Reynard Society, 5, 1992, 109-124) Not seen, considered reliable
Ann Payne   Medieval Beasts (New York: New Amsterdam Books, 1990) Seen by bibliographer
Mark H. Podwal   A Jewish Bestiary: a Book of Fabulous Creatures Drawn from Hebraic Legend and Lore (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1984) Seen by bibliographer
Beryl Rowland   Blind Beasts: Chaucer's Animal World (Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1971) Seen by bibliographer
Suzetta Tucker   Christian Legends & Symbols (Suzetta Tucker, 1999) Seen by bibliographer
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Kenneth Varty   Reynard the Fox. A Study of the Fox in Medieval English Art (Leicester: Leicester University Press, 1967) Seen by bibliographer
 
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