Tiny Tales in Latin: Aesop

I've just started writing some "centum verba" stories: Aesop's fables in Latin, with 100 words per story. You can see all the Latin stories here, and you can also see a different presentation at the Bestiaria Latina blog, where I'm including dictionary help with each fable. My goal is to do one story each day, which means I'll be done writing in August. Then in September, I'll do the organizing and editing, with proofreading and the audiobook in October, and then I'll be able to publish in November. 

001: Leo et Canis
002: Leo Amatorius et Silvanus
003: Vulpes, Simius, et Leonis Edictum
004: Vulpes et Vermiculus
005: Lupus et Rusticus, Compatres
006: Leo Senex et Vulpes
007: Vulpes et Mulieres
008: Lupus et Pastoris Vestimentum
009: Vulpes Sine Cauda
010: Lupus et Histrix
011: Simia et Gemelli Eius
012: Simiae et Viatores Duo
013: Ranae et Rex Earum
014: Ursus et Apes
015: Camelus et Iuppiter
016: Cervus et Amici Eius
017: Herinacei et Viperae
018: Lepus Cornua Cupiens
019: Talpa et Olitor
020: Mus in Cervisia
021: Leo et Mus
022: Asinus et Leo
023: Cerva in Spelunca
024: Mures, Feles, et Tintinnabulum
025: Asinus et Tympana
026: Leo et Tauri Duo
027: Minerva et Naufragus
028: Feles, Vulpes, et Lupus
029: Feles, Aquila, et Sus
030: Muli et Latrones
031: Lepus, Aquila et Scarabaeus
032: Rusticus et Asellus Aratrum Portans
033: Catus et Rattus
034: Mors et Cupido
035: Mus Rusticus et Mus Urbanus
036: Senex a Morte Admonitus
037: Pater, Filius, et Asinus
038: Vulpes et Taxus


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