Phryx Aesopus (Osius, 1574)
239. PERDIX ET AUCEPS. (Perry
CApta necatura sese orat ab Aucupe Perdix
Dimitti, nec res conditione caret.
Sese adducturam paruo post tempore multas
Esse sui generis blanda recepit aves.
At mox intorto quam collo strangulat Auceps,
Esse quod indignam vivere credat avem.
Hac genus illa suum quod prodere lege laboret,
Perfidiam merito poena sequetur ait.
Saepe boni faciunt ipsis auctoribus obsint
Fraudes, has aliis posse nocere vetant.
This image appears with Fable 107 but it seems to belong here.
*** This image does not fit the fable. ***
It looks like it would fit Fable 194.
Phryx Aesopus Habitu Poetico, by Hieronymus Osius, 1574 (artist not identified). Available online at the University of Mannheim. This book clearly recycles a set of images from another book of Aesop's fables. In some cases, the illustration does not match the fable shown, and in some cases I have not been able to identify what fable a given illustration is supposed to illustrate.