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    • Die kluge Krähe: Nach einer Fabel von Flavius Avianus 

      Avianus; Berge, Hans Gerhard (Gerstenberg Verlag. Hildesheim, 1993)
      This is a well pictured children's book. The story is set around a rural hut in a southern country desert. The animals are suffering from thirst. The crow joins the scene searching herself for water. An ass tips the ...
    • An Early Manuscript of the Aesop Fables of Avianus and Related Manuscripts 

      Avianus; Goldschmidt, Adolph (Princeton University Press. Princeton, 1947)
      This large-format work concentrates on the ten Aesopic fables of Avianus found in Ms. Lat. Nouv. Acq. 1132 at the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris. The miniatures for all ten are reproduced and commented upon here. The ...
    • The Fables of Avianus 

      Avianus; Slavitt, David R (Johns Hopkins University Press. Baltimore, 1993)
      A delightful set of Avianus' forty-two fables. Slavitt has no hesitation in going further than Avianus. He feels free to develop the fable beyond Avianus' words. He finds Avianus playful, ornate, hyperbolic, grotesque, ...
    • The Fables of Avianus 

      Avianus; Slavitt, David R (Johns Hopkins University Press. Baltimore, 1993)
      A delightful set of Avianus' forty-two fables. Slavitt has no hesitation in going further than Avianus. He feels free to develop the fable beyond Avianus' words. He finds Avianus playful, ornate, hyperbolic, grotesque, ...
    • The Fables of Avianus 

      Avianus; Ellis, Robinson (Georg Olms VerlagsbuchhandlungGg Olms. Hildesheim, 1887)
      A comprehensive and helpful edition of the fourty-two metric fables of Avianus, which followed closely on an 1883 edition of Babrius by Rutherford. A spot check finds the fables easily understood and the commentary helpful.
    • The Fables of Avianus 

      Avianus; Sas, George (printer) (George Sas at the Marble Hill Press. NY[New York City] ;, 1967)
      The dedicatory letter and six fables, all taken from the Loeb edition of Minor Latin Poets II. The fables include The Nurse and her Child, OR, The Wolf and the Kid, The Crab and its Mother, The Ploughman and his Oxen, and ...
    • The Fables of Avianus 

      No Author (Johns Hopkins University Press. Baltimore, 1993)
      Here is an extra copy of this book in fine condition with a dust-jacket. A delightful set of Avianus' forty-two fables. Slavitt has no hesitation in going further than Avianus. He feels free to develop the fable beyond ...
    • The Fables of Avianus 

      No Author (Johns Hopkins University Press. Baltimore, 1993)
      Here is an extra paperbound copy with a chipped spine. A delightful set of Avianus' forty-two fables. Slavitt has no hesitation in going further than Avianus. He feels free to develop the fable beyond Avianus' words. ...
    • Minor Latin Poets, Vol II 

      Duff, A. M; Duff, J. Wight; Goold, G. P (Harvard University PressW. Heinemann. Cambridge, MALondon, 1934)
      A typically good Loeb edition, with introductions to each poet and a few footnotes to help with passages whose point can be difficult. Avianus is on 669-749. I wish I had made use of this book when I worked my way through ...