Aesop and Aesopica

[Cf. also Babrius and Phaedrus; for useful online html versions, including some Greek, and resources, Aesopica at mythfolklore.net]

Editions
  • Aesop's Fables, with Vocabulary, Notes, and References to Goodwin's and Hadley's Grammars, Preceded by Talks on the Natural Method, ed. T. T. Timayenis (Boston, 1879) [link]
  • Fabulae Aesopicae collectae, ed. C. Halm (Leipzig: Teubner, 1872) [link ]
  • Fabulae Romanenses Graece conscriptae, ed. A. Eberhard, vol. 1 [De Syntipa et de Aesopo Narrationes Fabulosae partim ineditae] (Leipzig: Teubner, 1872) [link
  • Aesopicae fabulae ad optimorum librorum fidem accurate editae, ed. ? (Leipzig, 1868) [link ]

Translations
  • Three Hundred and Fifty Aesop's Fables Literally Translated from the Greek, tr. G. F. Townsend (Chicago, 1885) [link]

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