For your reading pleasure, here is a fable with macrons:
Asinus, in silvam veniens, exuviās leōnis offendit. Quibus indūtus, in pascua redit, gregēs et armenta territans fugansque. Herus autem, quī vagum fallācemque Asinum perdiderat, occurrit. Asinus, vīsō Herō, cum rūgītū obviam fēcit. At Herus, prehēnsis quae extābant auriculīs, “Aliōs licet (inquit) fallās; ego tē probē nōvī.”
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Segmented version of the Latin text for easy reading.
: Simplified version of the Latin text for pre-reading.
English translation available here, plus the original Latin moral.
: Flashcards, with macrons, at Quia.com
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Digital facsimile of page from Barlow's 1687 publication.
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