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|Statement||by John Ogilby.|
|Contributions||Ogilby, John, 1600-1676., Hollar, Wenceslaus, 1607-1677.|
|LC Classifications||PA 3855|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p.ts. in 1 v. front., 81 (i.e. 80 plates) p.ort ;|
|Number of Pages||81|
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2 engraved frontispieces, titles printed in red and black, engraved plates of which 88 are after Wenceslaus. The fables of Aesop paraphras'd in verse, and adorn'd with sculpture. Responsibility by John Ogilby.
Aesop's fables > Adaptations. Fables, Greek > Translations into Illustrations: 82 full-page engravings, presumably after C. Cleyn, comprising frontispiece (Aesop among the animals) which is signed F. Cleyn, portrait of Ogilby and The Fables of Aesop paraphrased in verse: adorn’d with sculpture, and illustrated with annotations Aesop’s Fables or the Aesopica is a collection of moralistic tales credited to the slave and storyteller, Aesop; believed to have lived in ancient Greece between and BC.
AESOP. The Fables paraphras'd in verse, and adorned with sculptures, edited by John Ogilby, London: Thomas Warren for Andrew Crooke, 4°, engraved portrait frontispiece, 80 etched plates numbered to 81 (foot of title torn away and repaired, some staining, a few old repairs with occasional slight loss, small hole in final plate), 19th-centurty speckled calf by Zaehnsdorf, yellow edges.
Fine art print from The Fables of Aesop paraphrased in verseand adorned with sculpture and illustrated with annotations Reproduced on highest quality matt ultra gsm fine art paper x mm with an elegant double mount x m Wenceslaus Hollar 13 July – 25 March ) From the original engravings From volume 1 of the fables in the Ken Reilly Library Collection Showing.
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Ogilby printed many splendid books, mostly in folio; several were illustrated, or, as he expressed it, 'adorned with sculpture,' by Hollar and other eminent engravers. On 25 May the king, on his petition, issued a proclamation forbidding any one for fifteen years to reprint or 'counterfeit the sculpture in them,' an injunction renewed on.
In a large collection of Armenian fables a parallel to this talmudic-midrashic parable occurs in the form of a proverb as follows: Dogs quarrel among themselves, but against the wolf they are united.  In Aesop’s fables we have another fable, further developed, about a lion and a wild boar who come to drink water at a spring on a hot day.
The allusions to "devyne doctouris" and concealed "Grave materis" indicate that, with a century and the Reformation separating him from Henryson's original composition of the Fables, Bannatyne still relishes the propriety of scholastic commentary's revealing the sudden conceptual leaps from within the vivid, even racy narrative.
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Every fable has a lesson, and people can relate to the characters. All of the events in the stories are linked to real life events, and. Aesop lived at the court of King Croesus, after having served many masters as a slave. He shared his wisdom and clever wit by telling humorous tales, while serving on several missions at the pleasure of the King.
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