Results for: Aesop

In Ancient History

Who was Aesop?

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 Peisistra (MORE)
In Mythology

Who is aesop?

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 (MORE)
In Mythology

Where did aesop live?

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!
In Mythology

What is an aesop?

Aesop was a who, not a what. He was a Greek slave and story teller who lived around 620-564 BC.
In Mythology

Who killed aesop?

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) an (MORE)
In Mythology

What or who is 'Aesop?

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 (MORE)
In Ancient History

What do you know about Aesop?

Aesop was a Greek writer credited with a number of fables. He wrote them in a book called Aesop's Fables.
In Ancient History

Was Aesop blind?

People believe that he might have been blind because of sculpturesof him. They think in order to write his stories he told someoneelse what the story was so they could write i (MORE)
In Authors, Poets, and Playwrights

What was the controversy of aesop?

Aesop supposedly stole a golden vase from the city of Delphi so he was executed.
In Aesop's Fables

What are aesops fables about?

There is usually a moral or life lesson in many of Aesops fables. Some are cautionary, some an illistration of what happens if you don't walk the right path.