Phaedrus



[fee-druh s, fed-ruh s] /ˈfi drəs, ˈfɛd rəs/

noun
1.
flourished a.d. c40, Roman writer of fables.
/ˈfiːdrəs/
noun
1.
?15 bc–?50 ad, Roman author of five books of Latin verse fables, based chiefly on Aesop

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