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Fables of Aesop attributed, Babrius, Phaedrud, in the European fable tradition, rooted in a translation by Vernon Jones Many fables that Aesop has been credited with, are from earlier times than his and many have been added since, so the name "Aesop's fables" refers to a fable tradition. This is an updated edition of V. S. Vernon Jones' translation from 1912.

  1. The Fox and the Grapes
  2. The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs
  3. The Cat and the Mice
  4. The Mischievous Dog
  5. The Charcoal-Burner and the Fuller
  6. The Mice in Council
  7. The Bat and the Weasels
  8. The Dog and the Sow
  9. The Fox and the Crow
  10. The Horse and the Groom
  11. The Wolf and the Lamb
  12. The Peacock and the Crane
  13. The Cat and the Birds
  14. The Spendthrift and the Swallow
  15. The Old Woman and the Doctor
  16. The Moon and Her Mother
  17. Mercury and the Woodman
  18. The Donkey, the Fox and the Lion
  19. The Lion and the Mouse
  20. The Crow and the Pitcher
  21. The Boys and the Frogs
  22. The North Wind and the Sun
  23. The Mistress and Her Servants
  24. The Goods and the Ills
  25. The Hares and the Frogs
  26. The Fox and the Stork
  27. The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
  28. The Stag in the Ox-Stall
  29. The Milkmaid and Her Pail
  30. The Dolphins, the Whales and the Sprat
  31. The Fox and the Monkey
  32. The Donkey and the Lapdog
  33. The Fir-Tree and the Bramble
  34. The Frogs' Complaint Against the Sun
  35. The Dog, the Cock and the Fox
  36. The Gnat and the Bull
  37. The Bear and the Travellers
  38. The Slave and the Lion
  39. The Flea and the Man
  40. The Bee and Jupiter
  41. The Oak and the Reeds
  42. The Blind Man and the Cub
  43. The Boy and the Snails
  44. The Apes and the Two Travellers
  45. The Donkey and His Burdens
  46. The Shepherd's Boy and the Wolf
  47. The Fox and the Goat
  48. The Fisherman and the Sprat
  49. The Boasting Traveller
  50. The Crab and His Mother
  51. The Donkey and His Shadow
  52. The Farmer and His Sons
  53. The Dog and the Cook
  54. The Monkey as King
  55. The Thieves and the Cock
  56. The Farmer and Fortune
  57. Jupiter and the Monkey
  58. Father and Sons
  59. The Lamp
  60. The Owl and the Birds
  61. The Donkey in the Lion's Skin
  62. The She-Goats and Their Beards
  63. The Old Lion
  64. The Boy Bathing
  65. The Quack Frog
  66. The Swollen Fox
  67. The Mouse, the Frog and the Hawk
  68. The Boy and the Nettles
  69. The Peasant and the Apple-Tree
  70. The Jackdaw and the Pigeons
  71. Jupiter and the Tortoise
  72. The Dog in the Manger
  73. The Two Bags
  74. The Oxen and the Axletrees
  75. The Boy and the Filberts
  76. The Frogs Asking for a King
  77. The Olive-Tree and the Fig-Tree
  78. The Lion and the Boar
  79. The Walnut-Tree
  80. The Man and the Lion
  81. The Tortoise and the Eagle
  82. The Kid on the Housetop
  83. The Fox without a Tail
  84. The Vain Jackdaw
  85. The Traveller and His Dog
  86. The Shipwrecked Man and the Sea
  87. The Wild Boar and the Fox
  88. Mercury and the Sculptor
  89. The Fawn and His Mother
  90. The Fox and the Lion
  91. The Eagle and His Captor
  92. The Blacksmith and His Dog
  93. The Stag at the Pool
  94. The Dog and the Shadow
  95. Mercury and the Tradesmen
  96. The Mice and the Weasels
  97. The Peacock and Juno
  98. The Bear and the Fox
  99. The Donkey and the Old Peasant
  100. The Ox and the Frog
  101. The Man and the Image
  102. Hercules and the Waggoner
  103. The Pomegranate, the Apple-Tree and the Bramble
  104. The Lion, the Bear and the Fox
  105. The Blackamoor
  106. The Two Soldiers and the Robber
  107. The Lion and the Wild Donkey
  108. The Man and the Satyr
  109. The Image-Seller
  110. The Eagle and the Arrow
  111. The Rich Man and the Tanner
  112. The Wolf, the Mother and Her Child
  113. The Old Woman and the Wine-Jar
  114. The Lioness and the Vixen
  115. The Viper and the File
  116. The Cat and the Cock
  117. The Hare and the Tortoise
  118. The Soldier and His Horse
  119. The Oxen and the Butchers
  120. The Wolf and the Lion
  121. The Sheep, the Wolf and the Stag
  122. The Lion and the Three Bulls
  123. The Horse and His Rider
  124. The Goat and the Vine
  125. The Two Pots
  126. The Old Hound
  127. The Clown and the Countryman
  128. The Lark and the Farmer
  129. The Lion and the Donkey
  130. The Prophet
  131. The Hound and the Hare
  132. The Lion, the Mouse and the Fox
  133. The Trumpeter Taken Prisoner
  134. The Wolf and the Crane
  135. The Eagle, the Cat and the Wild Sow
  136. The Wolf and the Sheep
  137. The Tunny-Fish and the Dolphin
  138. The Three Tradesmen
  139. The Mouse and the Bull
  140. The Hare and the Hound
  141. The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse
  142. The Lion and the Bull
  1. The Wolf, the Fox and the Ape
  2. The Eagle and the Cocks
  3. The Escaped Jackdaw
  4. The Farmer and the Fox
  5. Venus and the Cat
  6. The Crow and the Swan
  7. The Stag with One Eye
  8. The Fly and the Draught-Mule
  9. The Cock and the Jewel
  10. The Wolf and the Shepherd
  11. The Farmer and the Stork
  12. The Charger and the Miller
  13. The Grasshopper and the Owl
  14. The Grasshopper and the Ants
  15. The Farmer and the Viper
  16. The Two Frogs
  17. The Cobbler Turned Doctor
  18. The Donkey, the Cock and the Lion
  19. The Belly and the Members
  20. The Bald Man and the Fly
  21. The Donkey and the Wolf
  22. The Monkey and the Camel
  23. The Ill Man and the Doctor
  24. The Travellers and the Plane-Tree
  25. The Flea and the Ox
  26. The Birds, the Beasts and the Bat
  27. The Man and His Two Sweethearts
  28. The Eagle, the Jackdaw and the Shepherd
  29. The Wolf and the Boy
  30. The Miller, His Son and Their Donkey
  31. The Stag and the Vine
  32. The Lamb Chased by A Wolf
  33. The Archer and the Lion
  34. The Wolf and the Goat
  35. The Ill Stag
  36. The Donkey and the Mule
  37. Brother and Sister
  38. The Heifer and the Ox
  39. The Kingdom of the Lion
  40. The Donkey and His Driver
  41. The Lion and the Hare
  42. The Wolves and the Dogs
  43. The Bull and the Calf
  44. The Trees and the Axe
  45. The Astronomer
  46. The Labourer and the Snake
  47. The Cage-Bird and the Bat
  48. The Donkey and His Buyer
  49. The Kid and the Wolf
  50. The Debtor and His Sow
  51. The Bald Huntsman
  52. The Herdsman and the Lost Bull
  53. The Mule
  54. The Hound and the Fox
  55. The Father and His Daughters
  56. The Thief and the Innkeeper
  57. The Pack-Donkey and the Wild Donkey
  58. The Donkey and His Masters
  59. The Pack-Donkey, the Wild Donkey and the Lion
  60. The Ant
  61. The Frogs and the Well
  62. The Crab and the Fox
  63. The Fox and the Grasshopper
  64. The Farmer, His Boy and the Rooks
  65. The Donkey and the Dog
  66. The Donkey Carrying the Image
  67. The Athenian and the Theban
  68. The Goatherd and the Goat
  69. The Sheep and the Dog
  70. The Shepherd and the Wolf
  71. The Lion, Jupiter and the Elephant
  72. The Pig and the Sheep
  73. The Gardener and His Dog
  74. The Rivers and the Sea
  75. The Lion in Love
  76. The Bee-Keeper
  77. The Wolf and the Horse
  78. The Bat, the Bramble and the Seagull
  79. The Dog and the Wolf
  80. The Wasp and the Snake
  81. The Eagle and the Beetle
  82. The Fowler and the Lark
  83. The Fisherman Piping
  84. The Weasel and the Man
  85. The Ploughman, the Donkey and the Ox
  86. Demades and His Fable
  87. The Monkey and the Dolphin
  88. The Crow and the Snake
  89. The Dogs and the Fox
  90. The Nightingale and the Hawk
  91. The Rose and the Amaranth
  92. The Man, the Horse, the Ox and the Dog
  93. The Wolves, the Sheep and the Ram
  94. The Swan
  95. The Snake and Jupiter
  96. The Wolf and His Shadow
  97. The Ploughman and the Wolf
  98. Mercury and the Man Bitten by an Ant
  99. The Wily Lion
  100. The Parrot and the Cat
  101. The Stag and the Lion
  102. The Impostor
  103. The Dogs and the Hides
  104. The Lion, the Fox and the Donkey
  105. The Fowler, the Partridge and the Cock
  106. The Gnat and the Lion
  107. The Farmer and His Dogs
  108. The Eagle and the Fox
  109. The Butcher and His Customers
  110. Hercules and Minerva
  111. The Fox Who Served A Lion
  112. The Quack Doctor
  113. The Lion, the Wolf and the Fox
  114. Hercules and Plutus
  115. The Fox and the Leopard
  116. The Fox and the Hedgehog
  117. The Crow and the Raven
  118. The Witch
  119. The Old Man and Death
  120. The Miser
  121. The Foxes and the River
  122. The Horse and the Stag
  123. The Fox and the Bramble
  124. The Fox and the Snake
  125. The Lion, the Fox and the Stag
  126. The Man Who Lost His Spade
  127. The Partridge and the Fowler
  128. The Runaway Slave
  129. The Hunter and the Woodman
  130. The Serpent and the Eagle
  131. The Rogue and the Oracle
  132. The Horse and the Donkey
  133. The Dog Chasing a Wolf
  134. Grief and His Due
  135. The Hawk, the Kite and the Pigeons
  136. The Woman and the Farmer
  137. Prometheus and the Making of Man
  138. The Swallow and the Crow
  139. The Hunter and the Horseman
  140. The Goatherd and the Wild Goats
  141. The Nightingale and the Swallow
  142. The Traveller and Fortune
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