By: Paula and Sara
They are the ones that often come to mind first are fables by Aesop. Aesop was a slave in Ancient Greece who was accused of stealing and was sentence to be thrown off a cliff. Before he dies he said "You may kill me, but my death will bring you a great misfortune. Afterward the Delphians suffered pestilence which is their plants were eaten by bugs and they starved to death.