Aisopou Mythoi apo ta Palaitupa tes Ethnikes Bibliothekes tes Ellados
I am guessing that the title approximates "Aesop's Fables from the Antiquities of the National Library of Greece." This is a nicely designed pamphlet of 16 pages presenting old texts, old illustrations, and contemporary Greek translations. After a biography of Aesop, fables are presented, one or two to a two-page spread, with modern and ancient Greek titles. Those presented are: "The Lion and Rabbit"; "The Braggart"; "The Lion and the Fox"; "Snails"; "Death and the Old Man"; "The Serpent"; "The Ass Carrying an Image"; and "The Lion and the Frog." There are plenty of library marks and a strip of woodcut figures and other images across the base of the book.