Aesop Fables

Aesop Fables

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Caption: Court of the lion, A man is tried at court for the ill treatment of a horse. The horse has a shark for his solicitor, and a fox, ape and vulture for council. The defendant, has a wolf, dog, ass and daw on is side. The jury comprises of a rat, rabbit, elephant, sheep, turkey and birds. A bull sleeps in the corner. Image taken from The Fables of Aesop and others. Translated into human nature, designed and drawn on the wood by Charles H. Bennett, etc. Originally published in W. Kent & Co.: London, 1857. Author Aesop, Illustrated by C H Bennett, J Swain.

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Keywords: aesop, animal, animals, animals in fiction, ape, asia, c h bennett, discipline, english, fox, historical, history, horse, j swain, judicial roles, jurist, jury, legal practictioner, legal profession, male, males, man, men, organism, rabbit, sheep, solicitor, the fables of aesop and others translated into hum, turkey

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