Memorabile Dictu Chapter 6-11

"Iacta alea est."
"The die is cast.", said by Julius Caesar in Suetonius's "The Life Julius Caesar"
"Odi et amo."
"I hate and I love.", written by Catullus in the poem 85
"Melius in umbra pugnabimus!"
"We will fight better in the shade!", said by Leonidas when Spartans against the Persians, written by Frontinus
"O tempora, o mores!"
"O, the times, o, the customs!", said by Cicero when denouncing Cataline
"Quidquid is est, timeo Danaos et dona ferentes!"
"Whatever it is, I fear the Greeks even when bringing gifts!", said by Laocoon in Vergil's "Aeneid"
"Tantae molis erat Romanam condere gentem!"
"It was so much toil to found the Roman race!", written by Vergil in "Aeneid"