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(20s BCE – 50s)
Roman fabulist. Probably a Thracian slave.


  • "Phædrus" An argosy of fables, Book 1. Part 3.
  • Fables and Satires: With a Preface on the Esopean Fable. translated by Brooke Boothby, 1809 (external scan)
  • A new work of animals: principally designed from the fables of Æsop, Gay, and Phædrus by Samuel Howitt, 1811 (external scan)
  • The fables of Phædrus, with a literal Engl. translation, 1828 (external scan)
  • Aesop's fables : as romanized by Phaedrus: with a literal interlinear translation, accompanied by illustrative notes on the plan recommended by Mr. Locke, 1845 (external scan)
  • The Comedies of Terence: And the Fables of Phædrus, translated by Henry Thomas Riley and Christopher Smart, 1853 (external scan)
  • A poetical version of the Fables of Phaedrus, by Frederick Toller, 1854 (external scan)

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