Babrius

(lived 2nd century AD) Writer of the oldest existing collection of fables, written in Greek. Though little is known about him, he was probably Roman and lived in Syria, where his stories first gained popularity. In 1842 a...
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Babrius

author of a collection of fables in Greek. Nothing is known of the author. The fables are for the most part versions of the stock stories associated ... [1 related articles]
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Babrius

Babrius (bā'brēus) , fl. 2d cent.?, Greek fabulist, versifier of the fables of Aesop. Many of the medieval prose collections of Aesop were based on Babrius. He may have been a Hellenized Roman.
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Babrius

Babrius was a Greek poet who lived during the second or third century of the Christian era. He wrote a number of AEsopian fables. Several versions of these made during the middle ages have come down to us as AEsop's fables. In 1840 a manuscript containing 120 fables by Babrius, previously unknown, was discovered on Mount Athos.
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