Stag and his Reflection
THE STAG SEEING HIMSELF IN THE WATER: A stag admires his antlers in a stream, and considers his legs not worthy but when he has to outrun a foe his legs prove more useful
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1870, Admires, Antlers, Circa, Considers, Deer, Fable, Fables, Foe, Fontaine, Forest, Historical, History, La, Legs, Myth, Outrun, Prove, Reflection, Stag, Stream, Water, Wood, Worthy
mus sylvaticus - the LONG- TAILED FIELD-MOUSE : this is the Country Mouse of Aesop's fable, who prefers to risk reapers and predator birds to adopting an urban lifestyle.
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1790, Adopting, Bewick, Birds, Country, Fable, Field, Field Mouse, Historical, History, Life Style, Long, Mice, Mus, Predator, Prefers, Reapers, Risk, Sylvaticus, Tailed, Urban, Who
The Old Snake Tells the Tale of Biting the Ascetics Son by Mistake, Folio from a Kalila
The Old Snake Tells the Tale of Biting the Ascetic's Son by Mistake, Folio from a Kalila wa Dimna, 18th century.
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18th Century, Animal, Arabia, Arabic, Arabic Text, Arts, Ascetic, Century, Color, Colour, Country, Egypt, Egyptian, Eighteenth Century, Fable, Fables, Floral, Flowered, Guy, Heritage Art, Kalila Wa Dimna, Kalilag And Damnag, Kalilah Wa Dimnah, Literature, Location, Male, Man, Manuscript, Men, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Mizraim, Museum, Painting, Panchatantra, People, Religion, Religious, Reptile, Reptiles, Script, Snake, Syria, Syrian, The Fables Of Bidpai, The Met, The Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Unknown, Watercolour, Writing