The Wolf and the Lamb (English) with translations in Latin

The wolf and the lamb

This parallel text is part of The wolf and the lamb equilang.

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Translation by Phaedrus written in year 1596 in Latin.

The original text.

The Wolf and the Lamb
Lupus et Agnus

BY pER thirst sitis incited; concitavit; to ut the quod brook et-torrens-redundans the quod Wolf lupus and et Lamb agnus themselves sibi betook. compulsi.
Ad rivum eundem Lŭpŭs et Agnus venerant, siti compulsi:
The Quod Wolf lupus high altum up autem the quod current current drank, eo-bibit, the quod Lamb agnus far tantum lower minus down descendit the quod bank. ripae.
Sŭpĕrior stabat Lupus, longèque infĕrĭor Agnus.
Then, Deinde, bent sunt his eius ravenous omnique-volatili maw improbus-ingluviem-ranisque to ut cram, INCULCO, the quod Wolf lupus took tulit umbrage incitatus-iurgii-causam at apud the quod Lamb. Agnus.
Tunc fauce improbâ latro incitātus jurgii causam intulit;
"How "Quam dare dabo you vos trouble tribulatio all omnis the quod flood, flumen, and et mingle foeda-misceat my mea good bonum drink bibe with apud mud?" luto?-"
"Cur," inquit 'turbulentam mĭhĭ fecisti aquam Istam bibenti ?"
"Sir," 'Domine' says dicit the quod Lambkin, Agni, sore valde afraid, timere, "How "Quam should ut I ego act, actum, as quod you vos upbraid? obicerent? The Quod thing rem you vos mention commemoro cannot potes be, ut, The Quod stream amnis descends missus from ex you vos to ut me." Me.-"
Laniger contrà timens "Quî possum, quaeso, făcĕre quod quĕrĕris, Lupe? A te decurrit ad meos haustus liquor".
Abash'd Repulsus-ille by per facts, veritates, says dicit he, et, " ' I ego know scio 'Tis Est now nunc exact exiges six sex months menses ago ante You Vos strove inopia my mea honest honestus fame fama to ut blot"- simpliciter-"-
Repulsus ille veritātis viribus "Ante hos sex menses" ait "mălĕdixisti mihi."
"Six "Sex months menses ago, ago, sir, domine, I ego was erat not!" non-" "Then "Deinde 'twas Daphnis th' th-' old veteris ram aries thy tuum sire," pater-' he quod cried, inquit,
Respondit Agnŭs ; "ĕquĭdem natus non eram."
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"Pătĕr herculè tŭŭs" inquit "mălĕdixit mihi."
And Et so ita he quod tore portas him, eum till ut he quod died. mortuus-est.
Atque ĭtă correptum lăcĕrat injustâ nece.
To Ad those illis this haec fable fabula I ego address oratio who qui are sunt determined determinatae to ut oppress, calumnieris-me, and et trump tuba up autem any nihil false falsus pretence, fictus, but autem they quod will autem injure laedere, innocence. criminationibus-istis-esse.
Haec propter illos scripta est homines fabula qui fictis causis innocentes opprimunt.

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