Caves - This is a place which is used as a place for trickery.
Statues - These objects provide humiliation for many characters in the fables.
Trees - These objects complain about their fate in the fables.
The Fields/Pastures - Any fable involving a wolf or a sheep takes place here.
The Pond - Any fables involving frogs take place here.
The River - A few fables which deal with reflections of animals take place here.
Mount Olympus - Fables that deal with the pride and arrogance of the Gods take place here.
The Asp - This character is Egyptian in origin.
The Axe - This object is typically found in fables dealing with dishonesty.
The Sacrificial Viscera - This is a custom in which people eat the heart, lungs, liver, and kidneys of the animals.
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