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Rinutius (Aretinus.)

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Aesopi Phrygis Fabvlae quarum interpretes hi sunt. Guilelmus Goudanus. Hadria. Barlan. Erasmus Rot. A. Gell. Lauren. Val. Angelus Poli. Petrus Crinitus Ioannes. Antonius Campanus. Plinius Secundus Nouocomen. Anianus Guilelmus Hermannus. Nicolaus Gerbellius Phorcensis. Lauren. Abstemius. Rimicius Item Vita Aesopi ex Max. Planude ...

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Hyr heuet sik an dat bock van deme leuende vnde van den fabelen des hoch gelereden fabeldichters esopi geheten Ersten ut grekescher tunghen gesettet yn latin vn[de] nu ut deme latine in dudesth [sic] Ok hold dit bok yn sik etlike fabelen a[n]derer meysters alse auiani ok doligami adelfonsi vnde etlike schymprede pogii Ok de historien sigismunde der vrouwen de dar was eyn dochter des vorsten taucredi [sic] van salernia vnde des Jungelinghes guistardi. [sic] ... yn hoch dudesch van docter hynrico stenhower ...

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DasBuch und Leben ... Esopi

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Vita Esopi Latina

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