Click here for a SLIDESHOW of all the Osius images. Notice that in this illustration the lion has more to tangle with than just the two bulls in the Latin story.
M0004 = Perry372. Source: Syntipas 13 (translated into Latin). This is Perry 372. In some fables there are three bulls allied with one another, and in others there are four, but in all cases the lion is able to “divide and conquer.” Compare the fable of the cat, the eagle and the pig, #396.
Click here for a SLIDESHOW of all the Barlow images. In different versions of this story, there are different numbers of bulls - here in Barlow's image you can see four bulls, but in the version I used for the book there are just two bulls to divide and conquer.