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The Fox and Stork Fable

by: Chandler Massengale

The Fox and Stork Fable LATN 202

Chandler Massengale
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Translation of "The Fox and Stork Fable" from College Latin
Intermediate Latin
Dr. Jim Lohmar
Study Guide
Latin, Classics, fable, fables, Fox, stork, college latin, corrigan
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Chandler Massengale on Sunday January 31, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to LATN 202 at College of Charleston taught by Dr. Jim Lohmar in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 31 views. For similar materials see Intermediate Latin in Classical Studies at College of Charleston.


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Date Created: 01/31/16
Fable 3, Page 222  “You Get What You Give”: The Fox and the Stork Nulli nocendum; si quis vero laeserit, Harm must be done by no one, if anyone will have caused harm, certainly, Multandum simili iure fabella admonet. The tradition reminds it is to be punished by a similar token. Ad cenam vulpes dicitur ciconiam The fox is said to have invited the the stork to dinner earlier, Prior invitasse, et liquidam in patulo marmore And to have placed liquid soup served on a flat slab of marble, Posuisse sorbitionem, quam nullo modo In which in no way the hungering stork was able to taste (thought being hungry). Gustare esuriens potuerit ciconia. When the stork invited in turn the fox, she served a bottle full of grinded food. Quae, vulpem cum revocasset, intrito cibo Inserting her break, and eating herself to fullness, Plenam lagonam posuit: huic rostrum inserens While he licked the neck of the bottle in vain, we received, Satiatur ipsa et torque convivam fame. While he licked the neck of the bottle in vain, we received, Quae cum lagonae collum frustra lamberet, While he licked the neck of the bottle in vain, we received, Peregrinam sic locutam volucrem accepimus: Thus spoke the traveling bird: “Sua quisque exempla debet aequo animo pati.” “Each ought to suffer his own examples (actions/behaviors) with a level head.”


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