I have a special interest on fables. By wandering on Gallica, I found out from the work of Joséphin Péladan: Textes choisis : pensées, théories, préceptes, fables et facéties / Léonard de Vinci that Da Vinci has actually wrote some fables. Out of curiosity, I wanted to find the original manuscript of the first fable I came across : La fiamma e la candela (see also Wikisource). Péladan indicated that it is sourced from
C. A. 67, r. where
C. A. stands for Codice Atlantico de l'Ambrossienne à Milan, 1891. I checked the folio 67, recto of the online project of Codex Atlanticus, but didn't find anything relevant as that page involves machine and artillery.
My question is: how could I find the original fable on the Codex Atlanticus manuscript ?