|Apes and Ape Lore in the Middle Ages and Renaissance|
|Horst Waldemar Janson|
|London: Warburg Institute, 1952; Series: Studies of the Warburg Institute 20|
An extensive survey of the late medieval view of the ape in literature and art. Chapters include: Figura Diaboli: The Ape in Early Christianity; The Ape as the Sinner; Similitudo Hominis: The Ape in Medieval Science; The Ape and the Fall of Man; The Fettered Ape; The Ape in Gothic Marginal Art; Apes, Folly, and Vanitas Apes, the Senses, and the Humours; The Sexuality of Apes; Ars Simia Naturae The Coming of the Anthropoids.
Reprinted by: Kraus, Nendeln/Liechenstein, 1976.
384 p., 56 plates, 30 text illustrations, index.