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Romulus is the author, now considered a legendary figure, of
versions of Aesop's Fables in Latin. These were passed down in
Western Europe, and became important school texts, for early
education. Romulus is supposed to have lived in the 5th century.
The Romulus of medieval tradition therefore represents a number of
traditional attributions of Latin manuscripts of beast fables.
These are based on prose adaptations of Phaedrus (1st century AD).
The Romulus texts make up the bulk of the medieval 'Aesop'.
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