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I've tried a new experiment (the new year seems a good excuse for new experiments), creating a video to go with one of the fables from Barlow's Aesop, the story of the fox and the eagle. The video contains my reading of the fable (see here some notes about Why I Read Latin Out Loud), and it is illustrated with four different depictions of the fable, taken from the various illustrated Aesops at my aesopica.net website. Any feedback would be much appreciated!

You can find the text of the fable with notes at my wiki: De Vulpe et Aquila. Meanwhile, here is the video - I am so grateful to Andrew Reinhard for having given us this easy way to upload and share videos online!

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