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Aesop was an ancient Greek story teller who invented moral stories using animals as the main protagonists. Various legends have grown up around the man, and many stories are attributed to his story techniques.

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A fable is a short story that has a moral or lesson. It often involves animals, plants, mythical creatures, etc. with human qualities. A fable can be a story about supernatural or extraordinary persons or incidents; legend: the fables of gods and heroes.
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Aesop's Fables are a collection of very short stories that teach lessons, usually with main characters that are animals with human characteristics. The fables are said to have been written in ancient Greece by Aesop, a slave, in 620-560 BC. His name is pronounced EE-sup, with EE as in "Easter" and s…
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In Aesop's Fable, "The Tortoise and the Hare", the moral of the story is that a slow and steady pace wins the race instead of a fast, interrupted, and erratic method. It is taught in the story by the example of a fast hare and a slow tortoise agreeing to race to the finish line but the hare, believi…
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A fairytale
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In Fable 1 and Fable TLC you cannot. However, in Fable 2 and 3 you can. Fable 3 also has an adoption option.
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Aesop is a very famous fable writer
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In Aesop's Fable, "The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing", it is the Wolf who puts on a sheep's skin so he can look the same as, and hide among the, sheep to be able to get close enough to attack one without being suspected by the herd. The moral of this fable is that you can't always believe what things app…
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The historians are not all in agreement on whether all the fables were written by Aesop or if he was a storyteller who collected and told stories written by others. Most believe he wrote most of what are attributed to him. He is mentioned in historical records and described as a slave and storytelle…
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Answer BRAINS why would you think other wise?
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Aesop (620-560 BC) was known for the genre of fables ascribed to him, known as Aesop's Fables. Supposedly he was a slave who lived at the same time as Croesus and Peisistratus in the mid-sixth century BC in ancient Greece. Aesop's Fables are a collection of very short stories that teach lessons, us…
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A wolf puts on a sheepskin in the fable "The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing".
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Aesop has made over 600 fables and most of his fables were made up of animals with charictoristics of humans. The fables had morals to them. (such as don't try the imposible). He was a slave in Greece lived there and died at the age of 60.
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I can't remember the name, but I remember how the story goes. A nurse says she will throw a baby out the window if he does not stop crying. A wolf walking by hears her and waits under the window with her mouth open. The baby stops crying but the wolf is sure he will start again, so she keeps waitin…
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Aesop wrote many, many fables. These were moral stories that featured animal characters. Some examples include 'Country Mouse and City Mouse,' 'The Tortoise and the Hare,' and 'The Fox and the Crow.'
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he wrote fables which always had a moral
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I don't know exactly how many but the Aesop's fables were preserved principally trough Barrius,Phaedrus,Planudes Maximus,and La Fontaine's verse translations.The most famous of these fables include "The Fox and the Grapes" and "The Tortoise and the Hare"
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Aesop was famous for writing down fables, traditionally called "Aesop's fables."
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Aesop, who is credited with writing Aesop's fables, was born and spent his life in Ancient Greece. See links and related questions for more details.
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The wolf puts on a sheepskin.
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Aesop (620-560 BC) was known for the genre of fables ascribed to him. Supposedly he was a slave who lived at the same time as Croesus and Peisistratus in the mid-sixth century BC in ancient Greece.
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The life of Aesop, the ancient Greek storyteller, is shrouded in mystery, as very little about him has been preserved in the historical record. Supposed to have flourished in the 6th century BC/BCE in the area of Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey), however, it may be that he was influenced by some of th…
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Aesop was murdered while visiting his family in Delphi.
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Aesop's Fables 1848 edition costs 99 cents on Ebay, but it would probably be worth more to sell.
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Aesop was a famous writer of fables in ancient Greece.
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It's been very difficult to answer this question. But from what I've found out many believed that Aesop didn't exactly write his fables or that he even ever existed at all.
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Fables, unlike parables, feature animals, plants and other non-human characters that are anthropomorphized (given human qualities) to illustrate the lessons (morals) of the stories. Aesop chose fables for his lessons because listeners of his stories could enjoy and learn from them without seeing th…
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aesops fables ( stories)
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Aesop lived in Greece where he told his fables. He then became famous for telling his fables and in a history book we have a chapter called Aesop's fables!
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he did because it was a way to make him and other people happy. whenever he told them they all had morals so that the other slaves he worked with all had a glimmer of hope that the days of torture would soon be over and the people who had bought them to work for them would drawv the short straw this…
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i don't know but i might be fed and mary
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When he wrote them in 1205 BC.
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A wolf in the Three Little Pig
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Well, actually they "belong" to the world, they have been translated from the original Greek to Latin and now into most languages of the world including French, English, Russian, Japanese, Spanish, German and so many more. Since they are attributed to Aesop, a Greek slave and storyteller from the 6…
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Aesop's Childhood Not much is known about Aesop's early years, including his birthplace and where he grew up, but based on the likely origin of his name and the use of animals common to the interior of Africa in his fables, it is speculated that he grew up in Africa's interior.
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Aesop was a slave (later freed) on the island of Samos in Greece.
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i don't no u should know the answer that's why ure called answer.com i thought x
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Aesop was a who, not a what. He was a Greek slave and story teller who lived around 620-564 BC.
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History did show that Aesop migrated from Ethiopia. But other then that there is not much known about Aesop so he could be made up.
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in the picture he is white ugly wears glasses and wears a brown top all the time
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26 centuries ago.
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Most ancient people had no "first" or "last" name, just a name. Greek citizens would have a patronymic, "Hippolytos, the son of Timon," but Aesop was a slave from Thrace, and his father's name is not recorded. Therefore, his only known name is "Aesop".
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Aesop was important because he made up his now famous fables.
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To tell the world a truth story.
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he lived with queen wee
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Aesop lived between 620 and 560 B.C.
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Aesop's Fables are said to have been written in ancient Greece by Aesop, a slave. The dates of his birth and death are usually given as 620-560 BC. His name is pronounced EE-sup, with EE as in "Easter" and sup as in "supper". It can also be pronounced as EE-sop, with sop as in "sopping wet"
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You have to talk to Fitzgerald on Dust Isle.
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he was alive in the 500s B.C
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Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (June 6, 1599 - August 6, 1660) was a famous Spanish artist who painted as the lead artist in the court of King Philip IV. One of his more well known paintings was his artist's conception of Aesop, the Greek slave from the 6th Century BC, who is known as the Fa…
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I think this question is more opinion based but I think it would be Lion's Share.
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I belive that the Boy who cried wolf is the known tale by Aesop.
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Aesop could not read or write because he was a slave
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About 60...
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Aesop lived in Greece in the sixth century B.C.
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564BC
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Aesop is alleged to have been a slave and story teller, who lived in ancient Greece from 620 - 560 B.C.
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They are fox and the grapes, the tiger and the mouse
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Yes! They instill morals and values that would make the world a better place even today.
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this writer was famos for writing fablesAesop compiled fables which are stories with a lesson to learn from.
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He wrote and told many fables that kids still read and learn.
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Yes. It is commonly believed that Aesop was a real person.
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he died by being executed at the age of 59.Aesop was 60 years old when he died. His life lasted from 620 BC-560 BC. Some people believe that Aesop died at age 59 but in reality it's all in the same ball park so it doesn't really matter unless you are righting a bibliography about that person. Otherw…
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because of Aesops fables
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yes
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From the Greek Αισωπος (Aisopos), which is of unknown meaning. This was the name of a Greek fabulist of the 6th century BC, famous for such tales as 'The Tortoise and the Hare'.
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AESOP has a wife called Rhodope. We don't know if they had children because, shortly after they were married, Rhodope got taken away to Egypt to to be a slave.
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Talk to Renard, Retired Gentleman Fox. I believe he is a wandering NPC so you will have to search the isle for him. Just talk to him about his retirement for a bit then he will send you back to dust isle. ~ Dollarahead ~ Bay server ~
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A wolf wants an excuse to eat a lamb. He accuses the lamb of dirtying the river water he was about to drink, but the lamb says he couldn't have done that because he is downstream from the wolf. Then the wolf says the lamb said ugly things about him a year ago. The lamb objects, because he was not bo…
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Aesop wrote fables
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He lived in Delphi, Greece. He also died in Delphi, Greece.
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Aesop was a slave he worked for the king. he wrote so many fables
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The extensive amount of classic Fables he wrote.
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Aesop was born between 620 and 520 BC ( before Christ)
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Very little information on the life of Aesop as come down to us as he was a slave and of little consequence while he was alive. One thing that we do know of him as a child is that he was used to haul compost.
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He wrote tons of fables including "The Grasshopper and the Ant" and "The Lion and the Mouse."
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He wasn't murdered, he was sacrificed to Aphrodite. There is a difference. The person who 'did the deed' was some priest of Aphrodite, history does not record the name.
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aesop is famous because of his fables
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well actually according to my smartness Aesop died while visiting his family. He got pushed off a cliff because one of his fables was about a ruler ( used as lion in fable) and he found out. I hope my answer helped!
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The only name in historical record for him is Aesop, since he was a slave it is quite possible he had no other name than that.
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No , he didn't have any children.
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Aesop was a slave and the names of his parents are not known.
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He wasn't murdered. He was sacrificed to the goddess Aphrodite when he got too old to be a useful slave anymore.
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Fable and poems
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No Aesop was not married.
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Over 20 centuries ago.
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to teach that slow and steady is better then fast and careless
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Aesop was a slave and remained a slave all his life, so the distinction of rich/poor is inapplicable to him. When he became old and unable to work he was sacrificed to the goddess Venus.
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He was set free because of his skill at story telling.
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I'm sorry to say no matter how much Internet research i have done, there doesn't seem to be an answer.. but i would love to know the answer if anybody knows it, sorry this isn't much help x
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In Aesop's fables the wolf wears a sheepskin.
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As a slave Aesop wasn't entitled to a last name. They weren't all that common at the day and age anyways.
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Aesop is a writer of fables. He wrote many awsome stories such as the boy who cried wolf or the tortoise and the hair. He is Greek. Theres not much to tell about him. I think that aesop is also a band. :)-
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Last names or family names are a rather recent invention. Back in Aesop's time they wouldn't have been in use.
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Aesop was a slave and when he got too old to be useful he was sacrificed to the Goddess Venus.
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