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sententiae antiquae Jul 20
“What is the law? A thing that ought neither to be swayed by favor, nor be shattered by force, nor be corrupted by power.” Quod enim est ius civile? Quod neque inflecti gratia neque perfringi potentia neque adulterari pecunia debeat.
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sententiae antiquae Jul 20
“I don’t even try to manage the Greek poets at all since they are communicated in an entirely different language.” Poetas omnino, quasi alia quadam lingua locutos, non conor attingere
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Julia Cook Jul 17
“A room without books is like a body without a soul.” ~Marcus Tullius
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sententiae antiquae Jul 16
“Know that since I got back to the city, I have renewed my relationships with my old friends—by which I mean my books.” scito enim me, postea quam in urbem venerim, redisse cum veteribus amicis, id est cum libris nostris
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sententiae antiquae 15h
“We must depart quickly so that I am not delayed or tied down by some matter.” cedendum enim est celeriter, ne forte qua re impediar atque adliger.
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whatever you wanna call me Jul 20
While there’s life, there’s hope.
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PowerhouseNetwork/official Jul 20
Polaris (DEX) Exchange....A Fantastic Package All in One!!! Soon available 😀
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TheEcoFrog Jul 19
Replying to @CoinWithHeart
This charity will make a big difference in so many people's lives.
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götchya pröduktos Jul 13
expounds on Traitors.
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sententiae antiquae Jul 18
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sententiae antiquae Jul 19
“For this reason we must examine whether or not it is possible for the study of the philosophers to bring us [happiness].” Quare hoc videndum est, possitne nobis hoc ratio philosophorum dare.
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Marenda Taylor 5m
RT Imported_Fun "Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others. "
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sententiae antiquae Jul 18
“Think of how much Odysseus endured on his prolonged journey when he even served women…” Quam multa passus est Ulixes in illo errore diuturno, cum et mulieribus…
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sententiae antiquae Jul 16
"From this source springs treason against our country, coups against the legitimate government, and from here secret meetings with enemies are born.”
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sententiae antiquae Jul 12
“Far easier to make buffoon a rich man than a family man” de scurra multo facilius divitem quam patrem familias fieri posse (or........)
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sententiae antiquae 8h
Ah, , mystic spirit animal of the left and the right.
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Sarah Scott 8h
Replying to @sentantiq
"... or lose my head." 😔 Poor . I wish that he was alive today to dish out lengthy burns about our politicians.
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Dominik Unterberger 20h
at this point reminds me a lot of M. Porcius the Elder, who also was a stalwart of the language and tried to fight Greekicisms (that a word?^^). Thus he was the first to write his Roman history, the "Origines" (2nd cent. BC), in Latin instead of in .🤔
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Joe's History Jul 16
-Marcus Tullius Cicero. His words ring true thousands of years later. Hear his ancient warning.
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Eko Agus Rudiono Jul 16
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