Phryx Aesopus (Osius, 1574)
79. HAEDUS ET LUPUS. (Perry
IN tecto stans forte domus inclamat euntem
Haedulus, hac illo praetereunte, Lupum.
Cui Lupus: haud tua, sed tecti maledicta lacessunt
Nos, ait, et nil haec verba moratus abit.
Saepe loci ratio timidis et temporis affert,
Fortibus insultent qua petulanter, opem.
** The image does not fit the fable. **
This looks more like an illustration of Perry 572.
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.