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List and links to the 335 Online Fables:
1-The Eagle and the Jackdaw

2-The Eagle and the Beetle
3-The Eagle and his captor
4-
The Eagle and the Fox
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The Eagle and the Arrow
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The fighting Cocks and the Eagle
7-
The Foxes at the Meander river
8-
The swollen Fox
9-
The Fox and the Bramble
10-
The Fox and the Woodcutter
11-
The Fox and the Serpent
12-
The Fox and the Grapes
13-
The Fox and the Crocodile
14-
The Fox and the Leopard
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The Fox and the Monkey King
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The Fox and the Dog
17-
The Fox and the Monkey traveling
18-
The Fox and the Goat in the well
19-
The Fox who had lost his tail
20-
The Fox that had never seen a Lion
21-
The Fox and the Mask
22-
The Fox and the Farmer
23-
The Fox and the Crab
24-
The Fox  and the hungry Crow
25-
The Fox and the singing Crow
26-The foxes, the eagles and the hares
27-
The Fox and the Hare
28-
The Lioness
29-
The Fox and the sick Lion
30-
The Fox, the Lion and the Bear
31-
The two Frogs and the dried pool
32-
The two Frogs and their homes
33-
The Frogs asking for a King
34-
The quack Frog
35-
The Lion and the croaking Frog
36-The Herdsman and the Lost Bull
37-
The Lion and the three Bulls
38-
The Gnat and the Lion
39-
The Kingdom of the good Lion
40-
The Lion in a Farmyard
41-
The Lion in Love
42-
The Fox, the Lion and the Deer
43-
The Lion and the Hare
44-
The Lion and the Boar
45-
The Lion and the Dolphin
46-The Lion, the Wolf, and the Fox
47-
The wild Ass and the Lion
48-
The Lion and the presumptuous Ass
49-
The Lion and the Mouse
50-
The Lion, the Fox, and the Ass
51-The Lion, Jupiter, and the Elephant
52-
The Lion and the Bull
53-
The furious Lion and the Deer
54-
The Lion, the Mouse, and the Fox
55-
The Wolves and the Dogs ready to fight
56-
The Wolves and the Sheepdogs
57-
The Wolves and the Sheep
58-The Wolves, the Sheeps and the oldest Sheep
59-
The Wolf, the Shadow and the Lion
60-
The Wolf blaming the Lamb
61-The Wolf and the Lamb in the Temple
62-
The Wolf and the Goat
63-The Wolf and the Mother
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The Wolf and the Crane
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The Wolf and the Horse
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The Wolf king and the Ass
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The Wolf and the Lion
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The Wolf and the Housedog
69-
The Wolf and the trusting Shepherd
70-The full Wolf and the Sheep
71-
The wounded Wolf and the Sheep
72-
The Wolf and the Plow
73-
The Wolf and the sleeping Dog
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The Wolf and the Kid on the roof
75-
The Wolf and the dancing Kid
76-The two Dogs
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The Dogs and the Hides
78-
The Man bitten by a Dog
79-
The Dog and the Cook
80-The fighting Dog and the street Dogs
81-
The Dog, the Cock, and the Fox
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The Dog and the Oyster
83-
The Dog and the Hare
84-
The Dog and the Shadow
85-
The Dog and the Butcher
86-The mischievous Dog
87-
The Dog and the Lion
88-
The Dog and the Crow
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The Crow and the Raven
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The Crow gone with the Ravens
91-The vain Jackdaw
92-
The Jackdaw and the Doves
93-
The fugitive Crow
94-
The Crow and the Serpent
95-
The Crow and Mercury
96-The sick Crow
97-
The Hawk and the Nightingale
98-The Nightingale and the Swallow
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The Cock and the Weasel
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The Gamecocks and the Partridge
101-The Stag at the Pool
102-The Hart and the Vine

103-The Doe and the Lion

104-The one-eyed Doe
105-The Fawn and his Mother
106-The old Horse
107-The Man, the Horse, the Ox, and the Dog

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The Horse and the Hostler
109-
The Ass and the Mule
110-
The Horse and his Rider
111-
The Mule
112-The Camel that defecated in the river
113-
The Camel, the Elephant and the Monkey
114-
The Camel seen by the first time
115-
The dancing Camel
116-The Camel and Jupiter
117-
The Goat and the Goatherd
118-
The Goat and the Ass
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The Goatherd and the wild Goats
120-
The Heifer and the Ox
121-
The Oxen and the Axle-Trees
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The Gnat and the Bull
123-
The Fox and the Viper
124-
The Viper and the File
125-
The Viper and the ponds Snake
126-The Swan and the Goose
127-
The Swan and his Proprietor
128-
The Cat and the Mice
129-
The Mice and the Weasels
130-
The town Mouse and the country Mouse
131-
The Mouse, the Frog, and the Hawk
132-
The Kite and the Horse
133-
The Kite and the Snake
134-
The Seagull and the Kite
135-
The Halcyon
136-The Cock and the Jewel
137-The Ant and the Dove
138-
The Spendthrift and the Swallow
139-The Seagull, the Hawthorn and the Bat
140-
The Bat and the Weasels
141-The Bat and the Goldfinch
142-
The Ass and the Lapdog
143-
The Bear and the Fox
144-
The tufted Lark
145-
The Snails
146-
The Hares and the Frogs
147-
The Weasel and the File
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The Piglet, the Sheep, and the Goat
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The Dolphin and the Tuna
150-
The Fly
151-The Flies and the Honey
152-
The Ant
153-
The Ant and the Beetle
154-
The two Beetles
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The Dolphins, the Whales, and the Sprat
156-
The Crab and Its Mother
157-The Thrush and the Fowler
158-The Beaver
159-
The Frogs Complaint Against the Sun
160-
The Trees that wanted a King
161-
The Walnut-Tree
162-
The Fir and the Hawthorn
163-
The Lamp
164-The Witch

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The ugly Slave and Venus
166-The Woman and Her Hen
167-
The Woman and her drunk Husband

 

168-The Old Woman and the Physician
169-The Widow and her little Maidens
170-
The Prophet
171-
The Beekeeper
172-
The Astronomer
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The Demigod
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The two Men who were enemies
175-
The old Man and Death
176-
The Bandit and the Mulberry
177-
The Hunter and the Woodman
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The Fowler and the Viper
179-
The Patient and his Doctor
180-
The false Doctor
181-
The Eunuch and the Priest
182-
The Man and the golden Lion
183-
The Man, the Lion and the Statue
184-
The Man and the Satyr
185-
The Man and the little Statue
186-
The Stomach and the Feet
187-
The Doctor and the Patient who died
188-
The Shipwrecked Man and the Sea
189-
The Thieves and the Cock
190-The Oak and the Woodcutters
191-
The Father and His Sons
192-
The Butcher and the two Boys
193-
The Fishermen and the Stones
194-
The Fisherman and his Nets
195-
The Fisherman and the little Fish
196-
The Fisherman piping
197-
The Fisherman stirring the River
198-
The Player of Zither
199-
The orator Demades
200-
The North Wind and the Sun
201-
The Pedestrians and the Crow
202-
The Two Travelers and the Axe
203-The Bear and the two Travelers
204-
The Priests of Cibeles
205-
The Gardener and the Dog
206-
The Gardener and the Vegetables
207-
Diogenes the cynic
208-
Diogenes and the Bald
209-
The Peasant and the Eagle
210-
The Peasant and the Apple-Tree
211-
The Peasant and the Fortune
212-
The Laborer and the Snake
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The Farmer and the Snake
214-
The Master and His Dogs
215-
The Farmer and his Sons
216-Hercules and Minerva
217-
Hercules and Pluto
218-
Mercury and the Workmen
219-
The wagon of Mercury
220-
Mercury and the Sculptor
221-
Mercury and Earth
222-
Mercury and Tiresias
223-
Jupiter and the Shells
224-
Jupiter and Apolo
225-
Jupiter and the Decency
226-
Jupiter and the Hope
227-
Jupiter and the Snake
228-
Jupiter and the Turtle
229-
Jupiter and the Fox
230-Jupiter and t
he Bee
231-
Jupiter and the Intelligence
232-
Jupiter and the Oaks
233-
Jupiter, Neptune, Minerva, and Momus
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Venus and the Cat
235-
The Goods and the Ills
236-
The Man and His Two Sweethearts
237-
The Charcoal-Burner and the Fuller
238-
The Warrior and the Crows
239-
The Hens and the Weasel
240-
The Athenian Debtor
241-
Two Men disputing about the Gods
242-
The Blind Man and the Whelp
243-The Manslayer
244-
The Cheater
245-
The Aethiop
246-
The Rascal
247-
The Boaster
248-
Hercules and the Wagoner
249-
The Philosopher, the Ants, and Mercury
250-
Jupiter and the Mankind
251-
The Seller of Images
252-
The Man and His Wife
253-
The Castaway
254-
The Fishermen and the Tuna
255-
The impossible Promise
256-
The Hare and the Tortoise
257-
The Traveler and His Dog
258-
The Mole and His Mother
259-
The Pomegranate, Apple-Tree, and Bramble
260-
The Farmer and the Stork
261-
The Boy Hunting Locusts
262-
The Swallow and the Crow
263-
The Ass, the Fox, and the Lion
264-
The Tortoise and the Eagle
265-
The Farmer and the Cranes
266-
The Dog in the Manger
267-The Thirsty Pigeon

268-
The Miser
269-
The Boy and the Candies
270-
The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
271-
The Boys and the Frogs
272-
The Sick Stag
273-
The Salt Merchant and His Ass
274-
The Oxen and the Butchers
275-
The Boy and the Nettles
276-The Milk-Woman and Her Pail
277-
The Mice in Council
278-
The Vine and the Goat
279-
Jupiter and the Monkey
280-
The Shepherd's Boy and the Wolf
281-
Androcles and the Lion
282-
The Shepherd and the young Wolf
283-
The Father and His Two Daughters
284-
The Swallow, the Serpent, and the Court
285-
The Thief and His Mother
286-
The Two Pots
287-
The Huntsman and the Fisherman
288-
The Old Woman and the Wine-Jar
289-
The Stag in the Ox-Stall
290-
The Hawk, the Kite, and the Pigeons
291-
The Widow and the Sheep
292-
The Shepherd and the Sea
293-
The Ass, the Cock, and the Lion
294-
The Rivers and the Sea
295-
The Playful Ass
296-
The Three Tradesmen
297-
The Wolf and the Shepherds
298-
The Ass Carrying the Image
299-
The Old Hound
300-
The Hares and the Lions
301-
The Hen and the Golden Eggs
302-The Bull and the Goat
303-The Ass and the Grasshopper
304-The Dancing Monkeys
305-The Mountain in Labor
306-The Raven and the Swan
307-The Charger and the Miller

308-The Belly and the Members

309-The Ox and the Frog

310-The Moribund Lion

311-The Seaside Travelers

312-The Brazier and His Dog

313-The Ass and His Shadow

314-The Ass and His Masters

315-The Oak and the Reeds

316-The Wild Boar and the Fox

317-The Birdcatcher, the Partridge, and the Cock

318-The Monkey and the Fishermen

319-The Flea and the Wrestler

320-The Mouse and the Bull

321-The Hare and the Hound

322-The Bald Knight

323-The Bull, the Lioness, and the Hunter

324-The Trees and the Axe

325-The Ass and the Old Shepherd

326-The Bowman and Lion

327-The Wasp and the Snake

328-The Rose and the Amaranth

329-The Bull and the Calf

330-The Stag, the Wolf, and the Sheep

331-The Fox and the Hedgehog

332-The Eagle, the Cat, and the Wild Sow

333-The Thief and the Innkeeper

334-The Serpent and the Eagle

335-The Crow and the Pitcher

 

 

  

 


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