The fable of the Eagle and the Snake, that is found in the Babylonian story of Etana(XVIIth century b.C.), shows some analogies with a tale of the 'Roman de Renart', with reference to the wolf and the fox. A confrontation with some Aesop's fables seem to confirm this hypothesis.

Slerca Leone, A., Le 'Roman de Renart' et la fable de l'Aigle et du Serpent, <<REINARDUS>>, 2009; (21): 173-181 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/2207]

Le 'Roman de Renart' et la fable de l'Aigle et du Serpent

Slerca Leone, Anna
2009

Abstract

The fable of the Eagle and the Snake, that is found in the Babylonian story of Etana(XVIIth century b.C.), shows some analogies with a tale of the 'Roman de Renart', with reference to the wolf and the fox. A confrontation with some Aesop's fables seem to confirm this hypothesis.
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Slerca Leone, A., Le 'Roman de Renart' et la fable de l'Aigle et du Serpent, <<REINARDUS>>, 2009; (21): 173-181 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/2207]
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