Friday, October 22, 2010

Illustrated: Lupus, Corvus, et Aries


M0094 - M0095 - M0096
95. Lupus, Corvus, et Aries. Lupus vidit aliquando corvum super arietem sedentem, graviterque suspirans, talia locutus est, “Corvus iste beatus est et felici hora natus, quia, ubicumque sedeat, quidquid dicat, quidquid faciat, non est qui ei male loquatur. Mihi autem, si talis daretur sedes, omnes qui viderent magnis in me vocibus clamitarent, et quasi ad salutem arietis fugare me properarent.”

cornix et ovis

Click here for a SLIDESHOW of all the colored Steinhowel images. This is actually an illustration for another fable, so you will have to imagine the wolf for yourself!
M0095 = Perry670. Source: Romulus Anglicus 49. This is Perry 670. For another fable about a crow and a wolf, see #435.

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