Davies. Fables of Babrius

Today's free book is The Fables of Babrius translated by Rev. James Davies. You can find out more about this book in the Aesop's Fables (English) unit of the Myth-Folklore UnTextbook.

For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available online at Internet Archive, Hathi Trust, and Google Books.



The Archer and the Lion
The Husbandman who had lost his Mattock
The Goatherd and the She Goat
The Fisherman and the Fish
The Young Cocks
The Fisherman and the Little Fish
The Horse and the Ass
The Arab and the Camel
The Fisherman Piping
The Female Slave and Venus
The Man and the Fox
The Nightingale and the Swallow
The Husbandman and the Stork
The Bear and the Fox
The Athenian and the Theban
The Wolf and the Nurse
The Cat and the Cock
The North Wind and the Sun
The Fox and the Grapes
The Carter and Hercules
The Oxen and the Butchers
The Grizzled Man and his Two
The Drover that lost a Bull
The Marriage of the Sun
The Hares and the Frogs
The Farmer and the Cranes
The Captured Weasel
The Ox and the Toad
The Aged Horse
The Sculptor and Mercury
The Cats and Mice
The Cat and Venus
The Farmer and the Starlings
The Boy eating the Entrails
The Monkeys
The Oak and the Reed
The Heifer and the Bull
The Pine
The Dolphins and the Crab
The Lizard
The Dog and the Cook
The Stag and the Hunters
The Bulls and the Lion
The Goatherd and the Goats
The Sick Stag
The Old Farmer and his Sons Omitted
The Workman and Fortune
The Fox and the Woodcutter
The Widow and the Sheep
The Driver and the Waggon
The Wolf and the Fox Omitted
The Ox and the Ass
Jupiter and the Monkey
Mercury's Wagon and the Arabs
Jove's Cask
Jupiter Neptune Minerva and Momus
The Mouse that fell into the Pot
The Hunter and the Fisherman
The Mule
The Hero or Daemon
The Fir tree and the Bramble
The Crane and the Peacock
The Man with Two Wallets
The Wild Ass and the Lion
Apollo and Jupiter
The Hare and the Hound
The Marriages of the Gods
The Husbandman and the Sea
The Birds and the Jackdaw
The Kite
The Man the Horse the Ox and the Dog
The Unskilful Physician
The Knight and his Charger
The Fox and the Crow
The Sick Crow
The Dog and the Shadow
The Camel
The Fox and the Monkey
The Lion and the Fox
The Horse and the Groom
The Gnat and the Bull
The Dogs and the Wolves
The Swollen Fox
The Dog and the Hare
The Lark and its Young
The Wolf and the Lamb
The Lion and the Fawn
The Bull and the Goat
The timid Hunter
The Wolves and the Sheep
The Wolf and the Heron
The Sick Lion
The Wolf and the Young Ram
The Lion and the Bull
The Lion Wooer
The Wolf and the Dog
The Lion and the Eagle
The Wolf and the Fox
The Lion ruling justly
The Sick Lion and the Wild Beasts
The Dog bearing the Bell
The Wolf and the Lion
The Gentle Lion
The Lion and the Mouse
The Country Mouse and Town Mouse
The Crab and its Mother
The Dog and his Master
The Ass carrying Salt
The Mouse and the Bull
The Shepherd and the Dog
The Lamp
The Tortoise and the Eagle
The Husband and the Gallant
The Man and Mercury
The Swallow that dwelt near the Judges
The Image of Mercury
The Frog Physician
The Hen and the Cat
The Ass and the Wolf
The Hen that laid Golden Eggs
The Traveller and Truth
The Ass and the Lap dog
The Playful Ass
The Fowler Partridge and Cock
Jupiter the Judge
The Ant and the Grasshopper
The Sheep and Shepherd
The Lark burying its Father
Aesop in a Dockyard
The Eagle and the Man
The Goat and the Vine
The Lion and the Man
The Swan and the Goose
The Frogs
The Frogs asking a King
The Archef and the Eagle
The Oxen and the Wagon
The Frogs
The Vagrant Priests of Cybele
The Husbandman and the Eagle
The Husbandman and Fortune
The Woman and her Maidservants
The Wizard Woman
The Old Woman and the Doctor
The Dogs and the Fox
The Dragon and the Eagle
The Bees and the Shepherd
The Shipwrecked Man and the Sea
The Fox and the Monkey
Jupiter Prometheus Pallas and Momus
The Trumpeter
Hercules and Pallas
Hercules and Plutus
The Apple tree Pomegranate and Bramble
The Travellers and the Crow
The Kite and the Snake Lies and Truth
The Lion and the Goat
The Crow and the Swan
The Dog and the Cockle
The Bull the Lioness and the Wild Boar
The Gnat and the Lion
The Swallow and the Crow
The Gull and the Kite
The Horse and the Stag
The  Lion the Wolf and the Fox
The Lion Prometheus and the Elephant
The Peacock and the Crane
The Wolf and the Ass
The Wolf and the Lion
The Wolf and the Sheep
The Jackdaw and the Crows
The Flies
The Moon and its Mother
The Mouse and the Frog
The Spendthrift and the Swallow
The Sheep and the Dog
The Ass and the Fox
The Ass wearing the Lion's Skin
An Ass carrying an Image
The Birdcatcher and the Lark
The Tail and Members of a Serpent
The Farmer and the Serpent
The Boy hunting Locusts
The Young Thief and His Mother
The Cockles
Prometheus and Mankind
The Thirsty Pigeon
The Man and the Partridge
The Bat and the Cat
The Tortoise and the Hare
The Rose and the Amaranth
The Shepherd and the Wolf
The Olive and the Fig tree
The Pard and the Fox
The Fox and the Hedgehog
The Sow and the Bitch
The Sow and the Bitch Goods and Evils
The Camel and Jupiter
The Dancing Monkeys
The Fox and the Goat
The Bees and Jupiter
The Son and the Father
The Wild Boar and the Fox
The Lioness and the Beasts
The Bald Rider
The Crane and the Fox
The Husbandman and the Lice
The Brazier and His Dog
The Husbandman and the Viper
Winter and Spring
The Swallows and the Swans
The Two Pots
The Flea and the Wrestler
The Flea and the Man
The Flea and the Ox
The Ass's Shadow



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