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"Fable of the Lion and the Hare", Folio from a Kalila va Dimna

[Fable of crane and peacock]

[Fable of the lion and the fox; the ass and the wolf]

Plate 6: Zephir carrying off Psyche to an enchanted palace, from 'The Fable of Psyche'

Plate 22: Venus ordering Psyche to Sosort a heap of grain, from the 'Fable of Psyche'

Psyche's father consulting the oracle, from 'The Fable of Psyche'

Plate 4: Psyche's father consulting the oracle, from 'The Fable of Psyche'

Plate 14: Cupid airborne gleeing from Psyche, from 'The Fable of Psyche'

Plate 8: Psyche seated at a table and attended by invisible servants, Eros beside the goddess, from 'The Fable of Cupid and Psyche.'

Plate 5: Psyche carried on a litter, from the 'Fable of Cupd and Psyche'

Plate 2: the people rendering divine honors to Psyche, from 'The Fable of Psyche'

Plate 10: nymphs assisting Psyche to dress her hair, from 'The Fable of Psyche'

Plate 3: Psyche's two sisters are married to kings, from 'The Fable of Psyche'

Plate 5: Psyche carried on a litter to a mountain, from 'The Fable of Psyche'

Plate 11: Psyche gives presents to her sisters, from 'The Fable of Psyche'

Venus in her dove-drawn chariot complaining to Jupiter who is accompanied by Mercury, from 'The Fable of Psyche'

Venus ordering Psyche to take water from a fountain guarded by dragons, from 'Fable of Cupd and Psyche'

Venus ordering Psyche to take water from a fountain guarded by dragons, from the 'Fable of Cupd and Psyche'

Plate 15: Psyche relating her misfortunes to her sisters, from The Fable of Psyche

Plate 30: Cupid and Psyche plead their cases before the Gods, from the 'Fable of Cupd and Psyche'

Plate 30: Venus and Cupid pleading their case in the presence of Jupiter and other Gods, from 'The Fable of Psyche'

Plate 3: Psyche's two sisters are married to kings, from 'The Fable of Psyche'

Plate 12: Psyche's sisters persuade her a serpent is sleeping with her, from 'The Fable of Psyche'

Plate 27: Proserpina gives Psyche the box of beauty, from 'The Fable of Cupid and Psyche'

Calisto Changed Into a Bear From Fable of Calisto

[Illus. of Aesop's fable of the grasshopper and the ant]

[Illustration of ancient fable of men worshipping an ass bearing a religious relic]

Plate for The Fish and the Fireworks, Fable Sixteen, in Fables Nouvelles, Dediées au Roy

[Illustration of ancient fable of men worshipping an ass bearing a religious relic]

The old man- his children, and the bundle of sticks. A fable. [180-?].

The Wolf and the Lamb (La Fontaine fable)

The Wolf and the Lamb (La Fontaine fable)

[Fable of the lioness and the fox]

The heads of two great nations have at last come to the situation of the two goats in the fable . . .

Rien n'est si joli que la fable, si triste que la vérité!, plate 30 from the suite Les Lorettes, published in Le Charivari, October 21, 1842

Fable indienne.

[Illus. of fable "The ant and the grasshopper," showing two insects dressed as women, one holding a guitar]

[L'attelage (fable de Lachambaudie).]

[L'attelage (fable de Lachambaudie).]

The Fable of the Miller, His Son and the Donkey No. 4

The Fable of the Miller, His Son and the Donkey No. 9

The Fable of the Miller, His Son and the Donkey No. 5

The Fable of the Miller, His Son and the Donkey No. 1

The Fable of the Miller, His Son and the Donkey No. 2

The Fable of the Miller, His Son and the Donkey No. 7

The Fable of the Miller, His Son and the Donkey No. 3

The Fable of the Miller, His Son and the Donkey No. 6

The Fable of the Miller, His Son, and the Donkey

The Fable of the Miller, His Son, and the Donkey

The Fable of the Miller, His Son, and the Donkey

The Fable of the Miller, His Son, and the Donkey

The Fable of the Miller, His Son, and the Donkey

The Fable of the Miller, His Son, and the Donkey

The Fable of the Miller, His Son, and the Donkey

The Fable of the Miller, His Son, and the Donkey

The Fable of the Miller, His Son, and the Donkey

The Fable of Aracne, or 'The Spinners', after Velázquez

A civil service reform version of an old fable / Gillam.

A fable ... Harrison & Morton are in favor of a protective tariff in its fullest sense. President Cleveland is not! Consult your own interests and choose between them ... H. K. Thurber. [n. p. 1888].

An old fable brought up to date / Keppler, Jr.

An old fable with new application / F.M.H.

[He won't let go. A cleverer crow than the bird of Aesop's fable]

Candi Panataran (Temple complex), Main Temple; rear of the same dvarapala, decorated with a scene from the Tantri fable 'Crocodile and Bull', Panataran, Blitar district, East Java province 1323-1347, Indonesia

Ostracon depicting an animal fable or myth in the upper register and a princess (?) in the lower

The old man, his children, and the bundle of sticks. A fable. Sold by J. Marshall, (Printer to the Cheap Repository for moral and religious tracts) &c., London

Créüse. Libretto. French

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Créüse. Libretto. French

Créüse. Libretto. French

Créüse. Libretto. French

Créüse. Libretto. French

Créüse. Libretto. French

Créüse. Libretto. French

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Das Buch der Natürlichen Weisheit (1490) (four details)