Классификатор Б. Э. Перри (B. E. Perry Index)

Классификатор Эдвина Перри - наиболее авторитетный указатель т.н. «Басен Эзопа». Известно, что некоторые из басен, приписываемых Эзопу, были известны задолго до предполагаемого времени его жизни (между 620 и 560 годами до н.э.), а некоторые появились через сотни лет после него. Традиционно басни Эзопа располагались в алфавитном порядке, что не дает никакого представления о структуре всего корпуса. Перри же рассортировал басни по языкам источников (греческий, затем латинский), хронологически, по источникам, и затем по алфавиту. Эта система ничего не меняет в восприятии корпуса басен обычным читателем, но является наиболее удобной для исследователя.

Бен Эдвин Перри (1892–1968) - профессор в Университете Иллинойса с 1924 по 1960 год. Автор исследования «Studies in the Text History of the Life and Fables of Aesop» и многих других книг. Его работа «A Series of Texts Relating to Aesop or Ascribed to Him or Closely Connected with the Literal Tradition that Bears His Name» («Серия текстов, относящихся к Эзопу, или приписываемых ему, или тесно связанных с письменной традицией, носящей его имя») стала наиболее полным изданием басен «эзоповой» традиции и часто используется в качестве справочной системы более поздними авторами.

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Научное издание «Басен Эзопа» русском языке было осуществлено в 1968 г. М. Л. Гаспаровым (Басни Эзопа — М.: «Наука», 1968) на основе издания Перри и других авторитетных источников. Нумерация Перри здесь сохранена ​в основном разделе («Басни основного эзоповского сборника»), в остальных разделах в силу разных причин используется собственная.

 

1. Eagle and Fox
2. Eagle, Jackdaw and Shepherd
3. Eagle and Beetle
4. Hawk and Nightingale
5. The Athenian Debtor
6. The Goatherd and the Wild Goats
7. Cat as Physician and the Hens
8. Aesop at the Shipyard
9. The Fox and the Goat in the Well
10. Fox and Lion
11. The Fisherman Pipes to the Fish
12. Fox and Leopard
13. The Fisherman
14. The Ape boasting to the Fox about his Ancestry
15. The Fox and the Grapes out of Reach
16. The Cat and the Cock
17. The Fox without a Tail
18. The Fisherman and the Little Fish
19. The Fox and the Thornbush
20. Fox and Crocodile
21. The Fishermen and the Tunny
22. The Fox and the Woodcutter
23. Cocks and Partridge
24. The Fox with the Swollen Belly
25. The Halcyon
26. A Fisherman
27. The Fox looks at the Actor's Mask
28. The Cheater
29. The Charcoal Dealer and the Fuller
30. The Shipwrecked Man (referenced under Hercules and the Wagoner)
31. The Middle-aged Man and his Two Mistresses
32. The Murderer
33. The Braggart
34. Impossible Promises
35. The Man and the Satyr
36. Evil-wit
37. A Blind Man
38. The Ploughman and the Wolf
39. The Wise Swallow
40. The Astrologer
41. Fox and Lamb
42. The Farmer's Bequest to his Sons
43. Two Frogs
44. The Frogs ask Zeus for a King
45. The Oxen and the Squeaking-Axle
46. The North Wind and the Sun
47. The Boy with the Stomach-Ache
48. The Nightingale and the Bat
49. The Herdsman who lost a Calf
50. The Weasel and Aphrodite    
51. The Farmer and the Snake
52. The Farmer and his Dogs
53. The Farmer's Sons
54. The Snails in the Fire
55. The Woman and her Overworked Maidservants
56. The Witch
57. The Old Woman and the Thieving Physician
58. The Overfed Hen (referenced under The Goose that Laid the Golden Eggs)
59. Weasel and File
60. The Old Man and Death
61. Fortune and the Farmer
62. The Dolphins at War and the Gudgeon (or Crab)
63. Demades the Orator
64. The Wrong Remedy for Dog-bite
65. The Travellers and the Bear
66. The Youngsters in the Butcher's Shop
67. The Wayfarers who Found an Axe
68. The Enemies
69. Two Frogs were Neighbours
70. The Oak and the Reed
71. The Timid and Covetous Man who found a Lion made of Gold
72. The Beekeeper
73. The Ape and the Dolphin
74. The Stag at the Fountain
75. The One-eyed Stag
76. The Stag and the Lion in a Cave
77. The Stag and the Vine
78. The Passengers at Sea
79. Cat and Mice
80. The Flies in the Honey
81. The Ape and the Fox
82. Ass, Cock, and Lion
83. The Ape and the Camel
84. The Two Beetles
85. The Pig and the Sheep
86. The Thrush
87. The Goose that Laid the Golden Eggs
88. Hermes and the Statuary
89. Hermes and Tiresias
90. Viper and Watersnake
91. The Ass who would be Playmate to his Master
92. The Two Dogs
93. The Viper and the File
94. The Father and his Two Daughters
95. The Ill-tempered Wife
96. Viper and Fox
97. The Young Goat and the Wolf as Musicians
98. The Kid on the House-top and the Wolf
99. A Statue of Hermes on Sale
100. Zeus, Prometheus, Athena and Momus
101. The Jackdaw in Borrowed Feathers
102. Hermes and Earth
103. Hermes and the Artisans
104. Zeus and Apollo, a Contest in Archery
105. Man's Years
106. Zeus and the Tortoise
107. Zeus and the Fox
108. Zeus and Man
109. Zeus and Shame
110. The Hero
111. Heracles and Plutus
112. Ant and Beetle
113. The Tunny and the Dolphin
114. The Physician at the Funeral
115. The Fowler and the Asp
116. The Crab and the Fox
117. The Camel who wanted Horns
118. The Beaver
119. The Gardener watering his Vegetables
120. The Gardener and his Dog
121. The Cithara Player
122. The Thieves and the Cock
123. The Jackdaw and the Crows
124. Fox and Crow
125. The Crow and the Raven
126. Jackdaw and Fox
127. The Crow and the Dog
128. The Crow and the Snake
129. The Jackdaw and the Pigeons
130. The Stomach and the Feet
131. The Jackdaw fleeing from Captivity
132. The Dog who would chase a Lion
133. The Dog with the Meat and his Shadow
134. The Sleeping Dog and the Wolf
135. The Famished Dogs
136. The Dog and the Hare
137. The Gnat and the Bull
138. The Hares and the Frogs
139. The Sea-gull and the Kite
140. The Lion in Love
141. The Lion and the Frog
142. The Aged Lion and the Fox
143. The Lion and the Bull invited to Dinner
144. The Lion in the Farmer's Yard
145. Lion and Dolphin
146. The Lion startled by a Mouse
147. Lion and Bear
148. The Lion and the Hare
149. The Lion, Ass, and Fox
150. The Lion and the Mouse    
151. The Lion and the Ass Hunting
152. The Brigand and the Mulberry Tree
153. The Wolves and the Sheep
154. The Wolf and the Horse
155. The Wolf and the Lamb
156. The Wolf and the Heron
157. The Wolf and the Goat
158. The Wolf and the Old Woman Nurse
159. Wolf and Sheep (Three True Statements)
160. The Disabled Wolf and the Sheep
161. The Fortune-teller
162. The Baby and the Crow
163. Zeus and the Bees
164. The Mendicant Priests
165. Battle of the Mice and Cats
166. The Ant (noticed under The Ant and the Grasshopper)
167. The Fly
168. The Shipwrecked Man
169. The Prodigal Young Man and the Swallow
170. Physician and Sick Man
171. Bat, Thorn Bush, and Gull
172. The Bat and the Two Weasels
173. Hermes and the Woodcutter
174. Fortune and the Traveller by the Well
175. The Travellers and the Plane Tree
176. The Man who warmed a Snake
177. The Driftwood on the Sea
178. The Traveller's Offering to Hermes
179. The Ass and Gardener
180. The Ass with a Burden of Salt
181. The Ass and the Mule
182. The Ass carrying the Image of a God
183. The Wild Ass and the Tame Ass (noticed under The Dog and the Wolf)
184. The Ass and the Cicadas
185. The Donkeys make a Petition to Zeus
186. The Ass and his Driver
187. The Wolf as Physician
188. Ass in Lion's Skin
189. The Ass and the Frogs
190. Ass, Crow, and Wolf
191. The Fox betrays the Ass
192. The Hen and the Swallow
193. The Fowler and the Lark
194. The Fowler and the Stork
195. The Camel seen for the First Time (noticed under The Lion and the Fox)
196. The Snake and the Crab
197. Snake, Weasel and Mice
198. Zeus and the Downtrodden Snake
199. The Boy and the Scorpion
200. The Thief and his Mother
201. The Pigeon and the Picture
202. The Pigeon and the Crow
203. The Ape and the Fisherman
204. The Rich Man and the Tanner
205. The Hired Mourners
206. Shepherd and Dog
207. The Shepherd and the Sea
208. The Shepherd and his Sheep
209. The Shepherd and the Young Wolves
210. The Shepherd who cried "Wolf!" in Jest
211. The Boy bathing in the River
212. The Sheep unskillfully Sheared
213. Pomegranate, Apple Tree, and Bramble
214. The Mole
215. The Wasps and the Partridges
216. The Wasp and the Snake
217. The Bull and the Wild Goats
218. The Ape's Twin Offspring
219. The Peacock and the Jackdaw
220. Camel and Elephant, Candidates for King
221. Zeus and the Snake
222. The Sow and the Bitch
223. A Dispute concerning Fecundity
224. The Wild Boar and the Fox
225. The Miser and his Gold
226. The Tortoise and the Hare
227. The Swallow nesting on the Courthouse
228. The Geese and the Cranes
229. The Swallow and the Crow
230. The Turtle takes Lessons from the Eagle
231. The Athlete and the Flea
232. The Foxes at the Meander River
233. The Swan and his Owner (Referenced under The Swan and the Goose)
234. The Wolf and the Shepherd (Referenced under The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing)
235. The Ant and the Dove
236. The Travellers and the Crow
237. A Donkey Bought on Approval
238. The Fowler and the Pigeons
239. The Depositary and the god Horkos (Oath)
240. Prometheus and Men
241. Cicada and Fox
242. The Hyena and the Fox
243. The Hyenas
244. The Parrot and the Cat (Partridge and Cat)
245. The Timid Soldier and the Crows
246. The Wife and her Drunken Husband
247. Diogenes on a Journey
248. Diogenes and the Bald Man
249. The Dancing Camel
250. The Nut Tree    
251. The Lark
252. The Dog, the Rooster, and the Fox
253. Dog and Shellfish
254. Dog and Butcher
255. Mosquito and Lion
256. Hares and Foxes
257. Lioness and Fox
258. The Sick Lion, the Wolf, and Fox
259. The Lion, Prometheus, and the Elephant
260. The Wolf admiring his Shadow
261. The Wolf and the Lamb
262. The Trees and the Olive
263. The Ass and the Mule
264. The Ass and his Fellow Traveller the Dog
265. The Fowler and the Partridge
266. The Two Wallets
267. The Shepherd and the Wolf that he brought up with his Dogs (Referenced under The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing)
268. The Caterpillar and the Snake (Referenced under The Frog and the Ox)
269. The Wild Boar, the Horse, and the Hunter
270. The Wall and the Stake
271. Winter and Spring
272. Man and Flea
273. The Flea and the Ox
274. Good Things and Evil
275. The Eagle who had his Wings Cropped
276. The Eagle Wounded by an Arrow
277. The Nightingale and the Swallow
278. The Athenian and the Theban
279. The Goat and the Ass
280. Goat and Goatherd
281. The Fighting Cocks
282. Little Fish escape the Net
283. The Fire-Bearing Fox
284. The Man and the Lion travelling together
285. The Man who broke a Statue of Hermes
286. Spider and Lizard
287. The Arab and his Camel
288. The Bear and the Fox
289. The Frog Physician
290. The Oxen and the Butchers
291. The Ox-driver and Heracles
292. Ox and Ass Ploughing
293. The Weasel Caught
294. The Crane and the Peacock
295. The Farmer who lost his Mattock
296. The Farmer and the Eagle
297. Farmer and Cranes
298. Farmer and Starlings
299. The Farmer and the Tree
300. The Steer and the Bull
301. The Slave Girl and Aphrodite
302. The Oak Trees and Zeus - noticed under The Woodcutter and the Trees
303. The Woodcutters and the Pine
304. The Fir Tree and the Thistle
305. The Sick Stag and his Friends
306. Hermes and a Man bitten by an Ant
307. Hermes and the Sculptor
308. The Dog and the Square-hewn Statue of Hermes
309. Hermes with a Wagon full of Lies among the Arabs
310. The Eunuch and the Soothsayer
311. Zeus, the Animals, and Men
312. Zeus and the Jar full of Good Things
313. The Judgments of Zeus
314. The Frogs and the Sun
315. The Mule
316. Heracles and Athena
317. The Unskilled Physician
318. The Old Race Horse in the Mill
319. The Horse and his Groom
320. The Soldier and his Horse
321. The Camel in the River
322. The Crab and his Mother (noticed under The Snake and the Crab)
323. The Crow and Hermes
324. The Sick Crow and his Mother
325. The Lark and the Farmer
326. The Timid Hunter
327. The Hunter and the Fisherman
328. The Dog at the Banquet
329. The Hunting Dog
330. The Dog and his Master
331. Dog and Hare
332. The Dog with a Bell on his Neck
333. The Rabbit and the Fox
334. The Lion's Reign
335. The Lion and the Eagle
336. Sick Lion, Fox, and Stag, referenced in The Deer without a Heart
337. Lion, Fox, and Ape
338. The Lion and the Boar
339. Lion and Wild Ass, Partners in the Hunt
340. The Lion and the Bowman
341. The Mad Lion
342. The Wolves and the Dogs
343. The Wolves and the Dogs at War
344. A Wolf among the Lions
345. The Wolf and the Fox at a Trap
346. The Wolf and the Well-fed Dog
347. Wolf and Lion
348. The Wolf as Governor and the Ass
349. The Lamp
350. Adulterer and Husband    
351. The Calf and the Deer
352. The Country Mouse and the City Mouse
353. The Mouse and the Bull
354. The Mouse and the Blacksmiths
355. The Wayfarer and Truth
356. The Sheep and the Dog
357. The Ass that envied the Horse
358. The Ass in the Lion's Skin
359. The Donkey on the Tiles
360. The Ass eating Thorns
361. The Fowler, the Partridge and the Cock
362. The Snake's Tail and the Other Members
363. The Boy and the Painted Lion
364. The Ape Mother and Zeus
365. The Shepherd about to enclose a Wolf in the Fold
366. The Shepherd who reared a Wolf
367. War and Insolence
368. The Hide in the River
369. The Rose and the Amaranth
370. The Trumpeter
371. The Lizard and the Snake (Referenced under The Frog and the Ox)
372. Three Bulls and a Lion
373. The Cicada and the Ant
374. The Goat and the Vine
375. The Baldheaded Horseman
376. The Toad puffing herself up to equal an Ox
377. The Boasting Swallow and the Crow
378. The Two Pots
379. The Man enamoured of his own Daughter
380. The Man who evacuated his own Wits
381. The Aged Farmer and the Donkeys
382. The Ancestors of the Delphians
383. The Two Roads
384. The Frog and the Mouse
385. Dreams
386. The Foolish Girl
387. The Poor Man catching Insects
388. The Widow and the Ploughman
389. The Cat's Birthday Dinner
390. The Crow and the Pitcher
391. The Landlord and the Sailors
392. The Sick Donkey and the Wolf Physician
393. The Aethiopian
394. The Fox as Helper to the Lion
395. The Serpent and the Eagle
396. The Kites and the Swans
397. The Fowler and the Cicada
398. The Crow and the Swan (noticed under Washing the Ethiopian white)
399. The Swan that was caught instead of a Goose
400. The Bees and the Shepherd
401. The Foal
402. The Hunter and the Horseman
403. The Hunter and the Dog
404. Hunter and Wolf
405. Cyclops
406. Dogs tearing a Lion's Skin
407. A Dog, chasing a Wolf
408. A Thirsty Rabbit descended into a Well
409. The Fox and the Lion in a Cage
410. The Youth and the Woman
411. The Onager and the Ass (noticed under The Dog and the Wolf)
412. The Rivers and the Sea
413. The Fig and the Olive
414. The Bull, Lioness, and the Wild Boar
415. The Dog and the Smiths
416. A Bear, a Fox, and a Lion hunted together
417. A Wolf and Lycophron
418. The Ostrich
419. The Thief and the Innkeeper
420. The Two Adulterers
421. The Sailor and his Son
422. The Eagle once a Man
423. Aesop and the Bitch
424. Aesop to the Corinthians
425. The Fisherman and the Octopus
426. Fox and Crane
427. Fox and Hedgehog
428. The Sybarite and the Chariot
429. The Man who tried to count the Waves
430. The Creation of Man
431. Man's Loquacity
432. Apollo, the Muses and the Dryads
433. Aphrodite and the Merchant
434. The Wren on the Eagle's Back
435. The Black Cat
436. The Priest of Cybele and the Lion
437. The Owl and the Birds
438. The Sybarite Woman and the Jug
439. The Laurel and the Olive
440. The Runaway Slave
441. The Feast Day and the Day After
442. The Origin of Blushes
443. Heron and Buzzard
444. Eros among Men
445. Pleasure and Pain
446. The Cuckoo and the Little Birds
447. The Crested Lark, burying her Father
448. The Musical Dogs
449. The Dog's House
450. The Lions and the Hares    
451. The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
452. The Wolf and the Ass on Trial
453. The Wolf and the Shepherds
454. The Mouse and the Oyster
455. Momus and Aphrodite
456. The Fool and the Sieve
457. The Boy on the Wild Horse
458. The Ass and the Snake called Dipsas
459. The Peeping of an Ass
460. The Shadow of an Ass
461. The Eyes and the Mouth
462. The Privilege of Grief
463. The Dancing Apes
464. The Apes Founding a City
465. The Shepherd and the Butcher
466. Plenty and Poverty
467. The Satyr and Fire
468. The Moon and her Mother
469. The Bull deceived by the Lion
470. The Cicadas
471. The Lice and the Farmer
472. The Vainglorious Jackdaw and the Peacock
473. The Sparrow gives Advice to the Hare
474. The Wolf and the Fox before Judge Ape
475. From Cobbler to Physician
476. What the Ass said to the Old Shepherd
477. Sheep, Stag, and Wolf
478. Sheep, Dog, and Wolf
479. Woman in Childbirth
480. Dog and her Puppies
481. The Old Lion, the Boar, the Bull, and the Ass
482. The Dogs and the Crocodiles
483. The Dog, the Treasure and the Vulture
484. The Ass insults the Boar
485. The Frogs Dread the Battle of the Bulls
486. The Kite and the Doves
487. The Bullock, the Lion, and the Robber
488. The Eagle, the Cat, and the Wild Sow
489. Caesar to a Flunkey
490. The Eagle and the Crow
491. The Two Mules and the Robbers
492. The Stag and the Oxen
493. What the Old Woman said to the Wine Jar
494. The Panther and the Shepherds
495. Aesop and the Farmer
496. The Butcher and the Ape
497. Aesop and the Saucy Fellow
498. The Fly and the Mule
499. Brother and Sister
500. Socrates to his Friends
501. On Believing and Not Believing
502. The Eunuch's Reply to the Scurrilous Person
503. The Cockerel and the Pearl
504. The Bees and the Drones get Judgment from the Easp
505. Concerning Relaxation and Tension
506. The Dog to the Lamb
507. The Cicada and the Owl
508. Trees under the Patronage of the Gods
509. The Peacock complains to Juno about his Voice
510. Aesop's Reply to an Inquisitive Fellow
511. The Weasel and the Mice - Noticed under The Cat and the Mice
512. The Enigmatic Will
513. The Thief and his Lamp
514. The Rule of King Lion
515. Prometheus
516. The Bearded She-Goats
517. The Dogs send an Embassy to Jupiter
518. The Fox and the Dragon
519. About Simonides
520. The Mountain in Labour
521. The Ant and the Fly
522. How Simonides was saved by the Gods
523. King Demetrius and the Poet Menander
524. Two Soldiers and a Robber
525. The Bald Man and the Fly
526. The Ass and the Pig's Barley
527. The Buffoon and the Country Fellow
528. Two Bald Men
529. Prince, the Fluteplayer
530. Time (Opportunity)
531. The Bull and the Calf
532. The Old Dog and the Hunter
533. The Ape and the Fox
534. Mercury and the Two Women
535. Prometheus and Guile
536. On Apollo's Oracle
537. Aesop and the Writer
538. Pompey and his Soldier
539. Juno, Venus, and the Hen
540. The Bullock and the Old Ox
541. Aesop and the Victorious Athlete
542. The Ass and the Lyre    
543. The Widow and the Soldier
544. The Two Suitors
545. Aesop and the his Mistress
546. The Cock carried in a litter by Cats
547. The Sow giving birth and the Wolf
548. Aesop and the Runaway Slave
549. The Race Horse
550. When the Bear gets Hungry
551. The Traveller and the Raven
552. The Snake and the Lizard
553. The Crow and the Sheep
554. Socrates and a Worthless Servant
555. The Harlot and the Young Man
556. The Butterfly and the Wasp
557. The Ground-Swallow and the Fox
558. Two Cocks and a Hawk
559. The Snail and the Mirror
560. The Bald Man and the Gardener
561. The Owl, the Cat, and the Mouse
562. The Partridge and the Fox (The Rooster and the Fox)
563. The Lion and the Shepherd
564. The Gnat and the Bull
565. The Disdainful Horse
566. The Bat
567. The Nightingale and the Hawk
568. The Envious Fox and the Wolf
569. The King of the Apes
570. The Goose and the Stork
571. The Obliging Horse
572. The Kid and the Wolf
573. The Domestic Snake
574. The Eagle and the Kite
575. The Wethers and the Butcher
576. The Fowler and the Birds
577. The Crow and the other Birds at Dinner
578. The Horse, the Lion and the Goats
579. The Sword and the Passer-by
580. The Covetous Man and the Envious Man
581. The Boy and the Thief
582. The Farmer and his Ox
583. The Pig without a Heart, referenced in The Deer without a Heart
584. The River-fish and the Sea-fish

Латинские басни

Paulus Diaconus (Павел Диакон)

585. Sick Lion, Fox and Bear. cf. 258
586. Calf and Stork
587. Flea and Gout

Odo of Cheriton (Одо из Черитона)

588. Hawk and Doves
589. Bird of Saint Martin
590. Stork and his Beak (Magpie and her Tail)
591. Toad and Beautiful Son
592. Cat as Monk
593. Fox and Wolf in Well
594. Cat, Rat, and Cheese
595. Isengrim as Monk
596. Complaint of Sheep against Wolf
597. Fox Confesses Sins to Rooster
598. Wasp and Spier
599. Eagle and Crow Physician
600. Donkey and Pig
601. Hen, Chicks and Kite
602. Dinner at the Lion's House
603. Goose and Crow
604. Kite Imitates Hawk
605. Fox and Cat
606. Crow and Dove (cf. 567)
607. Wolf's Funeral
608. Dirty Dog
609. Man and Unicorn
610. Fox and Ferryman
611. Fox and Hens
612. Falcon and Kite
613. Belling the Cat
614. Owl and Birds
615. Mouse in Wine Jar and Cat    
616. Hare Contends with Wolf
617. Serpent in Man's Bostom
618. Ungrateful Man
619. Mouse in quest of Mate
620. Stork and Serpent
621. Peacock stripped of Feathers
622. Toad and Frog
623. Athenian Philosopher / Goat and Donkey
624. Aged Father and Cruel Son
625. Wolf as Fisherman and Fox
626. Cuckoo and Eagle
627. Nightingale and Bowman
628. Wolf Confessor to Fox and Donkey
629. Rustic Invited to Dinner
630. Rustic Reared in Cow Barn
631. King of Greece and his Brother
632. Julian the Apostate and a Demon
633. Man Condemned to be Hanged
634. Philosopher who spit in King's Beard
635. Judgments of God revealed by Angel
636. Wolf and Sheep Kissing Each Other
637. Tame Asp
638. Ass with Privilege, Fox and Wolf
639. Eagle and Rat
640. Soldier and Serpent / Dragon and Peasant
641. Wolf and Priest
642. Soldier and Religious Man
643. Ape and Merchant

John of Schepey

644. Buzzard and hawk
645. Lion and unicorn

Metrical

646. Capon and hawk
647. Merchant and wife

Neckham

648. Vulture and eagle

Rhymed verse

649. Stag, hedgehog and boar

Robert's Romulus

650. Presumptuous beetle
651. Rustic and his wife
652. Cuckoo and birds
653. Farmer sold his horse
654. Eagle, hawk and crane
655. Wolf fasting for Lent
656. Swallow and sparrows
657. Cattle hauling dung
658. Hare wanted horns
659. Wolf and beetle

Brussels

660. Thief and beetle
661. Wife and Paramour
662. Thief and Satan
663. Dragon's Deposit
664. Hermit Tested Servant
665. Farmer Prayed for Horse
666. Man Praying for Himself
667. Townsman and Tame Daw
668. Three Wishes
669. Fox and Shadow of Moon as Cheese
670. Wolf sees Crow on Sheep
671. Fox and Dove
672. Eagle, Hawk, Doves
673. Horse and grain
674. Horse and Goat in package deal
675. Wolf and Hedgehog
676. Well-Meaning Wolves    
677. Painter and Wife
678. Deer instructing Fawn
679. Crow and Young Ones
680. Goat and Wolf
681. Contentious Wife
682. Contrary Wife
683. Whispering Brigands
684. Physician, Rich Man and Daughter
685. Badger among Pigs
686. Wolf in Trap and Hedgehog
687. Wolf and Ferryman
688. Wolf Learning Letters
689. Wolf and Dove Gathering Twigs
690. Man in Boat
691. Old Man and Son
692. Bishop Cat

Extravagantes

693. Unlucky Wolf, Fox and Mule (written on hoof)
694. Little Boar
695. He-Goat and Wolf
696. Wolf and Ass
697. Serpent as Adviser
698. Wolf as Fisherman
699. Wolf's Misfortune
700. Hunter and Ploughman
701. Dog and Wolf
702. Dog in Manger
703. Three Sons Dividing Inheritance
704. Little Fox under Wolf's Tutelage
705. Dog, Wolf and Ram
706. Lion's Son learns about Man
707. Knight and Mendacious Squire

Bern

708. Ape and Bear
709. Dog and Slain Master
710. Dog and Boy in River
711. Ram and Baldheaded Master
712. Wolf and Hungry Fox
713. Adulterous Stork
714. Ram and Wolf
715. Fox and Sick Ape
716. Mouse and Daughter
717. Rooster and Horse Talking about Master
718. Generous Fox and Wolf
719. Dog begging Bone from Master

Promptuarium

720. Scarecrow

Poggio and Abstemius

721. Father, Son, and Donkey
722. Teaching Donkey to Read
723. Rustic Wanting to Cross River
724. Fly on Chariot
725. Fish from Frying Pan into Coals

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