Sentence 2 of The Wolf and the Lamb
This sentence is part of the text The Wolf and the Lamb , written by Phaedrus , translated by Henry Thomas Riley.
- Source: Phaedrus (1887). The Comedies of Terence and The Fables of Phædrus (Henry Thomas Riley, Trans.). GEORGE BELL & SONS, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.. https://www.gutenberg.org/files/25512/25512-h/25512-h.htm
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Driven by thirst, a Wolf and a Lamb had come to the same stream; the Wolf stood above, and the Lamb at a distance below. Then, the spoiler, prompted by a ravenous maw, alleged a pretext for a quarrel.
In other languages:
Latin (1596)Source: Lupus et Agnus .
ItalianSource: Il lupo e l'agnello .
SpanishSource: El lobo y el cordero , written by Phaedrus .
Early Modern English (1765)Source: The Wolf and the Lamb .
English (1833)Source: The Wolf and the Lamb .