M0187 (not in Perry). Source: Desbillons 7.15 (adapted into prose). This fable is not in Perry’s catalog; it appears original to Desbillons, as he cites no source. In Greek mythology, Argus was a giant with one hundred eyes; he was also known as “Argus Panoptes,” the All-Seeing Argus. Compare the fable of the goatherd and the goat, #318.