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Author: Αἴσωπος

Translated into Basque

Based on Κόραξ καὶ ἀλώπηξ

Country of origin: Greece

Story type: Raven with a Cheese (ATU 57)

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Βαβρίας (Ancient Greek) - viewaligned

Петко Славейков (Bulgarian) - viewaligned

Antonín Jaroslav Puchmajer (Czech) - viewaligned

Aesop (English) - viewaligned

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Esopu (Extremaduran) - viewaligned

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Jean de La Fontaine (French) - viewaligned

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Azeria eta erroia

Αἴσωπος

Egun batean erroi bat arbola baten gainean zegoen eta gazta-zati goxo bat zuen mokoan.

Bat-batean azeri bat agertu zen eta, gazta ikusi ondoren, oso azkar erroiari esan zion: “ Egun on, erroia! Zein polita zaren! Bai polit abesten duzula!

Oso pozik, erroia abesten hasi zen eta orduan gazta lurrera erori zitzaion. Momentu hartan, azeriak gazta hartu zuen eta joan egin zen.

Erroiak oso haserre zin egin zuen: “ Hemendik aurrera ez dut inoiz abestuko”.