Below is the abbreviation notation from BDAG. H. = The C. Halm edition of Aesop's Fables. Aesop has the period because it is an abbreviated reference to "Aesopica," Perry's larger volume that includes the Fables and three other works.
Aesop , cited editions of writings associated with Aesop (VI B.C.) include: Aesopica, ed. BPerry 1952 (Vitae Aesopi, Sententiae, Proverbia, Fabulae); Vitae Aes., ed. Eberhard 1872 (s. Vi. Aes. below); and other editions of the fables: CHalm (H.) 1854; AChambry (Ch.) 1925; AHausrath/HHunger (H-H.), Corpus Fabularum Aesopicarum I/1 1970, I/2 1959. Synt.=Syntipas, referring to a collection of fables (date uncertain) associated with a philosopher of that name in a Sinbad-type of story, prob. of Persian origin.