Where Did Aesop Live ?
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Aesop was one of the most famous story tellers of Greece in 7th century B.C. His stories and creations have been combined and known as The famous Aesop’s fables. Aesop’s fables are still been used to tell to children so that they can learn from them.
Aesop’s fables were famous for its moral behind it. Its stories are still used to makes the children learn some moral values and good things in life. Aesop’s life was not been discovered so much as his fables, but he was a slave in Greece and was very ugly in appearance. Aesop first lived in Samos Island as a slave under King Xanthus. Then he subsequently lived at the court of Croesus and then he visited Athens where he told his famous story of the frog, who desired a king.
Aesop’s life was a mystery although some scholars denied his existence altogether. Aesop himself was not committed to his fables that are why he never wrote them into account. Aesop’s fables then been inscribed by many known scholars and writers and then known as Aesop’s fables.
Aesop lived his life as a slave but later he’s been freed as he told stories then. His life revolved around Greece and many of his stories animals have been derived from Greece. Aesop also has a romance corner for a lady but was suspicious as he was a very ugly man and the lady was very beautiful and naïve. He lived in Greece in ancient times and there he showered his fables full of wisdom under many bad circumstances too.
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