Depiction of Aesop from the Nuremberg Chronicle. Published in 1493.
Includes the names: Esop, Aesop, Aesop, Aesop, Esope, Aesop, Æsop, Ésope, Æsopus, Äsop ... (see complete list), Æsop, Aesop Aesop, איסופוס,, Aesop (Greek author, Aesop; Rev. Thomas James (tr); John Tenniel, Aesop. A New Version By Thomas James. Illustrated
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