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Sententiae Antiquae
semper paratus
e pluribus unum
in memoriam
aurora borealis
always prepared
one out of many
in memory
northern lights
semper paratus
always prepared
e pluribus unum
one out of many
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Sententiae Antiquae
semper paratus
e pluribis unum
excelsior
in memoriam
always prepared
one out of many
even higher
in memory of
semper paratus
always prepared
e pluribis unum
one out of many
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Sententiae antiquae
Salve
Salvete
Vale
Valete
Hello (to one person)
Hello (to more than one person)
Bye to one person
Bye to more than one person
Salve
Hello (to one person)
Salvete
Hello (to more than one person)
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sententiae antiquae
lares et penates
ave atque vale
ubi tu es Gaius, ego sum Gaia
nos morituri to salutamus
lares and penates(the household gods of a family or city) hel…
hail and farewell, the Roman funeral ceremony
where are you Gaius, I am Gaia, the Roman wedding ceremony
we (who are) about to die, salute you, traditional words of g…
lares et penates
lares and penates(the household gods of a family or city) hel…
ave atque vale
hail and farewell, the Roman funeral ceremony
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Sententiae antiquae
Historia est magistra vitae.
Non scholae sed vitae discimus.
Nihil in terra sine causa fit.
Ibi victoria, ubi concordia.
A történelem az élet tanítómestere.
Nem az iskolának, hanem az életnek tanulunk.
Semmi sincs ok nélkül a Földön.
Ahol az egyetértés, ott a győzelem.
Historia est magistra vitae.
A történelem az élet tanítómestere.
Non scholae sed vitae discimus.
Nem az iskolának, hanem az életnek tanulunk.
Sententiae Antiquae
e pluribus unum
et cetrea
bona fide
recipe
one for many
and the rest/others
in good faith
take!
e pluribus unum
one for many
et cetrea
and the rest/others
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Sententiae Antiquae
Semper paratus
E plurbus unum
In memoriam
Aurora borealis
Always prepared
One out of many
In memory of
Northern lights
Semper paratus
Always prepared
E plurbus unum
One out of many
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sententiae antiquae
quod vide (q.v.)
per diem
post mortem
salutatorian
for which to see
per day
after death
person who says hello (2nd GPA)
quod vide (q.v.)
for which to see
per diem
per day
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Sententiae Antiquae
Semper paratus
E plurbus unum
In memoriam
Aurora borealis
Always prepared
One from many
In memory of
Northern lights
Semper paratus
Always prepared
E plurbus unum
One from many
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Sententiae Antiquae
non amo te, Sabidi, nec possum dicere…
otium sine litteris mors est.
homines, dum docent, discunt.
officium meum faciam.
I do not love you, Sabidi, I FORGET THE REST
Leisure without literature is death.
Men, while they teach, they learn.
Duty makes me.
non amo te, Sabidi, nec possum dicere…
I do not love you, Sabidi, I FORGET THE REST
otium sine litteris mors est.
Leisure without literature is death.
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sententiae antiquae
Qui non est hodie cras minus aptus erit
ad infinitum
de facto
ibidem
one who is not prepared today will be less prepared tomorrow
to infinity
from the fact, actual
in the same place
Qui non est hodie cras minus aptus erit
one who is not prepared today will be less prepared tomorrow
ad infinitum
to infinity
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Sententiae Antiquae
non amo te, Sabidi, nec possum dicere…
otium sine litteris mors est. (Seneca)
homines, dum docent, discunt. (Seneca)
officium meum faciam. (Terence)
I do not love you, Sabidi, for I cannot say why... I can only sa…
Leisure without literature is death.
Men, while they teach, they learn.
Duty calls me.
non amo te, Sabidi, nec possum dicere…
I do not love you, Sabidi, for I cannot say why... I can only sa…
otium sine litteris mors est. (Seneca)
Leisure without literature is death.
Sententiae antiquae
casus belli
credo
memorabilia
Civis Romanus sum
justification of war
I believe
things to be held in memory
I am a Roman citizen
casus belli
justification of war
credo
I believe
Sententiae Antiquae
Cum laude
Magne cum laude
Summa cum laude
Id est
with praise
with great praise
with greatest praise
that is
Cum laude
with praise
Magne cum laude
with great praise
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Sententiae Antiquae
Vives meis praesidiīs oppressus
Illi autem, tendentes manus dextras, v…
Tantalus sitiens flumina a labris fugi…
Signa rerum futurarum mundo a dis oste…
You will live oppressed by my guards
Those guys, extending their right hands, were seeking life
Tantalus, thirsting, was desiring to touch the rivers fleeing…
The signs of things to be are shown to the world by the gods
Vives meis praesidiīs oppressus
You will live oppressed by my guards
Illi autem, tendentes manus dextras, v…
Those guys, extending their right hands, were seeking life
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Sententiae Antiquae
Non est ad Astra Mollis e terris via.
Salus populi suprema lex
Nullum magnum ingeni um sine mixturā d…
Mendacem oportet esse memorem.
The trip from the earth to stars is not an easy one.
The safety of people is the supreme law.
There has been no great genius without a mixture of madness.
A good liar must be able to remember(Ovid)
Non est ad Astra Mollis e terris via.
The trip from the earth to stars is not an easy one.
Salus populi suprema lex
The safety of people is the supreme law.
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Sententiae Antiquae
salve
salvete
vale
valete
hello
hello (plural)
farewell
farewell (plural)
salve
hello
salvete
hello (plural)
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sententiae antiquae
ab ovo usque ad mala
A.U.C ab urbe condita
motto of Kansas ~ ad astra per aspera
motto of NY ~ excelsior
from the egg to the apples
from the founding of the city
to the stars through difficulties
ever higher
ab ovo usque ad mala
from the egg to the apples
A.U.C ab urbe condita
from the founding of the city
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Sententiae Antiquae
Me vitare turbam iubes
me philsophia do
philosophia est ars vitae
sanam formam vitae conservate
you order me to avoid the crowd
i give myself to philosophy
philosophy is the art of life
maintain a healthy lifestyle
Me vitare turbam iubes
you order me to avoid the crowd
me philsophia do
i give myself to philosophy
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Sententiae Antiquae
Lares and Penates(the house hold gods…
Hail and farewell (the roman funeral c…
Where are you Gaius, I am Gaia (the ro…
We (who are) about to die, salute you…
Lares et Penates
ave atque vale
Ubi tu es Gaius, ego sum Gaia
Nos morituri te salutamus
Lares and Penates(the house hold gods…
Lares et Penates
Hail and farewell (the roman funeral c…
ave atque vale
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Wheelock 28: Sententiae Antiquae
Ratio ducat, non fortuna
Arma togae cedant
Ex urbe nunc discede ne metu et armis…
Nunc una res mihi protinus est faciend…
Let reason lead, not fortune
Let the weapons yield to a toga
Descend from the city now so that I may not be oppressed by f…
Now one thing must be made to me immediately so that I may ha…
Ratio ducat, non fortuna
Let reason lead, not fortune
Arma togae cedant
Let the weapons yield to a toga
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27 Wheelock Sententiae Antiquae
Trahit me nova vis: video meliora prob…
Quaedam carmina sunt bona; plura subt…
Optimum est. Nihil melius, nihil pulch…
Spero te et hunc natalem et plurimos a…
New power drags me: I see and approve the better things, but…
Certain poems are good, more are bad.
It is the best. I have seen nothing better, nothing more beau…
I hope that you spend this birthday and very many others as h…
Trahit me nova vis: video meliora prob…
New power drags me: I see and approve the better things, but…
Quaedam carmina sunt bona; plura subt…
Certain poems are good, more are bad.
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Wheelock 21 Sententiae Antiquae
Numquam perīculum sine perīculō vincit…
Novius est vīcīnus meus et manū dextrā…
Nonne iudices iudices iubebunt hunc in…
Altera aetas bellis civilibus teritur…
...
...
...
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Numquam perīculum sine perīculō vincit…
...
Novius est vīcīnus meus et manū dextrā…
...
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Wheelock 23: Sententiae Antiquae
Vives meis praesidiis oppressus.
Illi autem, tendentes manus dextras, s…
Tantalus sitiens flumina abnore fugien…
Signa rerum futurarum mundo a dis oste…
You will live suppressed by my guards.
But those men extending their right hands were seeking safety.
Tantalus, being thirsty, kept desiring to touch the rivers hu…
The sings of things about to be are shown to the world by the…
Vives meis praesidiis oppressus.
You will live suppressed by my guards.
Illi autem, tendentes manus dextras, s…
But those men extending their right hands were seeking safety.
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Sententia Antiquae
Illi autem
Tantalus sitiens
Signa rerum
Graecia capta ferum victorem cepit
Those (guys), however holding out right hands, were seeking l…
Thirsty Tantalus was desiring to touch the fleeing rivers fro…
The signs of things (about) to be are shown to the world by t…
Captured Greece took the uncultured victor.
Illi autem
Those (guys), however holding out right hands, were seeking l…
Tantalus sitiens
Thirsty Tantalus was desiring to touch the fleeing rivers fro…
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Sententia Antiquae
Possunt quia posse videntur.
Etiam fortes viri subitis periculis sa…
Tua consilium sunt clara nobis; teneri…
Malum est consilium quod mutari non po…
Vergil, Aeneid; Epic; 1st century BC (70 - 19 BC)
Tacitus, Annales; History; late 1st century - early 2nd centu…
Cicero, In Catilinam; Oratory; 1st century BC (106 - 43 BC)
Publilius Syrus, Sententiae; Mimetic Poetry; 1st century BC (…
Possunt quia posse videntur.
Vergil, Aeneid; Epic; 1st century BC (70 - 19 BC)
Etiam fortes viri subitis periculis sa…
Tacitus, Annales; History; late 1st century - early 2nd centu…
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Sententiae Antiquae Chapter 12
In prīncipiō Deus creāvit caelum et te…
In triumphō Caesar praetulit hunc titu…
Vīxit, dum vīxit, bene.
Adulēscēns vult diū vīvere; senex diū…
In the beginning, God created heaven and the earth.
In the triumphal procession, Caesar has displayed this placar…
As long as he has lived, he has lived well.
The young man wishes to live long; the old man has lived long.
In prīncipiō Deus creāvit caelum et te…
In the beginning, God created heaven and the earth.
In triumphō Caesar praetulit hunc titu…
In the triumphal procession, Caesar has displayed this placar…
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Sententiae Antiquae Chapter 11
Virtūs tua mē amīcum tibi facit.
Id sōlum es cārum mihi.
Sī valēs, bene est; ego valeō.
Bene est mihi quod tibi bene est.
Your virtue makes me a friend to you.
Only it is dear to me.
If you are well, it is well; I am well.
It is good to me because it is good to you.
Virtūs tua mē amīcum tibi facit.
Your virtue makes me a friend to you.
Id sōlum es cārum mihi.
Only it is dear to me.
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Sententiae Antiquae Chapter 10
Cupiditātem pecūniae glōeiaeque fugite.
Officium meum faciam.
Fāma tua et vitā fīiliae tuae in perīc…
Vitā nōn est vīvere sed valēre.
Flee desire for money and glory.
I will do my duty.
Your reputation and your daughter's life will be in danger to…
Life is not to live but to be well.
Cupiditātem pecūniae glōeiaeque fugite.
Flee desire for money and glory.
Officium meum faciam.
I will do my duty.
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Sententiae Antiquae 14
Et Deus aquās "maria" in prīncipiō app…
Terra ipsa hominēs et animālia ōlim cr…
Pān servat ovēs et magistrōs fortūnatō…
Parva formīca onera magna ōre trahit.
And in the beginning God called the waters "seas."
The earth itself once created men and animals.
Pan protects (is the guardian of) sheep and the fortunate mas…
The tiny ant carries huge loads with its mouth.
Et Deus aquās "maria" in prīncipiō app…
And in the beginning God called the waters "seas."
Terra ipsa hominēs et animālia ōlim cr…
The earth itself once created men and animals.
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Sententiae Antiquae 15
Diū in istā nāve fuī et propter tempes…
Septem hōrīs ad eam urbem vēnimus.
Italia illīs temporibus erat plēna Gra…
Inter bellum et pācem dubitābant.
I was on board that ship for a long while, and I was constant…
We came to (arrived at) this city within seven hours.
Italy in those times was full of Greek arts, and many Romans…
They were hesitating (wavering) between war and peace.
Diū in istā nāve fuī et propter tempes…
I was on board that ship for a long while, and I was constant…
Septem hōrīs ad eam urbem vēnimus.
We came to (arrived at) this city within seven hours.
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Chapter 21 Sententiae Antiquae
Numquam periculum sine periculo vincit…
Novius est vincinus meus et manu dextr…
Nonne iudices iubebunt hunc propter sc…
Altera aetas bellis civilibus teritur…
Danger is never conquered without danger.
Novius is my neighbor and he can be touched by the right hand…
Will not the judges order this man to be lead into chains bec…
Another age is worn out by civil wars and Rome herself is bei…
Numquam periculum sine periculo vincit…
Danger is never conquered without danger.
Novius est vincinus meus et manu dextr…
Novius is my neighbor and he can be touched by the right hand…
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Sententiae Antiquae 16
Quam dulcis est lībertās!
Labor omnia vīcit.
Fortūna fortēs adiuvat.
Quam celeris et ācris est mēns!
How sweet is liberty!
Work has conquered all things.
Fortune helps (favors) the brave.
How swift and sharp is the mind!
Quam dulcis est lībertās!
How sweet is liberty!
Labor omnia vīcit.
Work has conquered all things.
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Sententiae Antiquae 17
Salvē, bone amīce, cui fīlium meum her…
Dionȳsius, dē quō ante dīxī, ā Graeciā…
Multī cīvēs aut ea perīcula quae immin…
Bis dat quī cito dat.
Greetings, my good friend, to whom I entrusted my son yesterd…
Dionysius, about whom I spoke earlier, was sailing from Greec…
Many citizens either do not see those dangers which are threa…
He who gives quickly, gives twice
Salvē, bone amīce, cui fīlium meum her…
Greetings, my good friend, to whom I entrusted my son yesterd…
Dionȳsius, dē quō ante dīxī, ā Graeciā…
Dionysius, about whom I spoke earlier, was sailing from Greec…
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Sententiae Antiquae 13
Ipse ad eōs contendēbat equitēsque ant…
Ipsī nihil per sē sine eō facere potuē…
Ipse signum suum et litterās suās ā pr…
Quisque ipse sē dīligit, quod quisque…
He was himself hurrying to them and sent the cavalry ahead of…
Those very men could accomplish nothing by themselves (on the…
From the outset he himself recognized his own seal and his ow…
Every man actually esteems himself because everyone is throug…
Ipse ad eōs contendēbat equitēsque ant…
He was himself hurrying to them and sent the cavalry ahead of…
Ipsī nihil per sē sine eō facere potuē…
Those very men could accomplish nothing by themselves (on the…
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Wheelock 29: Sententiae Antiquae
Omnia vincit Amor; et nos cedamus Amor…
Urbem clarissimam condidi; mea moenia…
Ita durus eras ut neque amore neque pr…
Nemo quidem tam ferox est ut non molli…
...
...
...
...
Omnia vincit Amor; et nos cedamus Amor…
...
Urbem clarissimam condidi; mea moenia…
...
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Wheelock 20: Sententiae Antiquae
Cornua cervum a periculis defundunt. (…
Oedipus duobus oculis se privavit. (Ci…
Themistocles bello Persico Graeciam se…
Demosthenes multos versus uno spiritu…
Horns defend a stag from dangers.
Oedipus deprived himself of of two eyes.
In the Persian War, Themistolces freed Greece from slavery.
Demosthenes used to recite many verses in one breathe.
Cornua cervum a periculis defundunt. (…
Horns defend a stag from dangers.
Oedipus duobus oculis se privavit. (Ci…
Oedipus deprived himself of of two eyes.
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Wheelock 28: Sententiae Antiquae
Ratio ducat, non fortuna
Arma togae cedant
Ex urbe nunc discede ne metu et armis…
Nunc una res mihi protinus est faciend…
Let reason lead, not fortune
Let the weapons yield to a toga
Descend from the city now so that I may not be oppressed by f…
Now one thing must be made to me immediately so that I may ha…
Ratio ducat, non fortuna
Let reason lead, not fortune
Arma togae cedant
Let the weapons yield to a toga
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Sententiae Antiquae Part 1
Non est ad astra mollis e terrīs via
Salus populī suprema lex
Nullum magnum ingenium sine mixturā de…
Mendacem oportet esse memorem
The trip from the earth to the stars is not an easy one. (Sen…
The health/safety of the people is the supreme law. (Cicero)
There has been no great genius without a mixture of madness.…
A good liar must be able to remember. (Ovid)
Non est ad astra mollis e terrīs via
The trip from the earth to the stars is not an easy one. (Sen…
Salus populī suprema lex
The health/safety of the people is the supreme law. (Cicero)
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Chapter 20 Sententiae Antiquae*
Cornua cervum a periculis defendunt.
Oedipus duobus oculis se privavit.
Themistocles bello Persico Graeciam se…
Demosthenes multos versus uno spiritu…
The horns defend the stag from danger.
Oedipus deprived himself of his two eyes.
Themistocles liberated Greece from slavery in the Persian War.
Demosthenes proclaimed many verses in one breath.
Cornua cervum a periculis defendunt.
The horns defend the stag from danger.
Oedipus duobus oculis se privavit.
Oedipus deprived himself of his two eyes.
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Sententiae Antiquae Chapter 23
Vives meis praesidiis oppressus.
Illi autem, tendentes manus dextras, s…
Tantalus sitiens flumina abnore fugien…
Signa rerum futurarum mundo a dis oste…
You will live suppressed by my guards.
But those men extending their right hands were seeking safety.
Tantalus, being thirsty, kept desiring to touch the rivers hu…
The sings of things about to be are shown to the world by the…
Vives meis praesidiis oppressus.
You will live suppressed by my guards.
Illi autem, tendentes manus dextras, s…
But those men extending their right hands were seeking safety.
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Chapter 25 Sententiae Antiquae
Id factum esse tum non negavit.
His rebus pronuntiatis, igitur, eum es…
Eum ab hostibus exspectari nunc sentis.
Vidi eos in urbe remansisse et nobiscu…
Then he did not deny that this had been done.
These things having been pronounced, therefore, you knew that…
You now perceive that he is expected by the enemy.
I saw that they had remained in the city and were with us.
Id factum esse tum non negavit.
Then he did not deny that this had been done.
His rebus pronuntiatis, igitur, eum es…
These things having been pronounced, therefore, you knew that…
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Chapter 21 Sententiae Antiquae*
Numquam periculum sine periculo vincitur
Novius est vicinus meus et manu dextra…
Nonne iudices iubebunt hunc propter sc…
Altera aetas bellis civilibus teritur…
Danger is never conquered without danger ... Publilius Syrus Mim…
Novius is my neighbor and can be touched by my right hand fro…
Will the judges not order this man to be led in chains on acc…
Another age is worn out by civil wars and Rome herself is des…
Numquam periculum sine periculo vincitur
Danger is never conquered without danger ... Publilius Syrus Mim…
Novius est vicinus meus et manu dextra…
Novius is my neighbor and can be touched by my right hand fro…
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Chapter 8: Sententiae Antiquae
Frater meus vitam in otio semper aget.
Age, age! Iuva me! Duc me ad secundum…
O amici, libertatem perdimus.
Nova pericula populo Romano exponam si…
My brother will always lead his life in leisure.
Come, come! Help me! Lead me to my second son.
O friends, we are destroying our liberty.
I will expose new dangers to the Roman people without delay.
Frater meus vitam in otio semper aget.
My brother will always lead his life in leisure.
Age, age! Iuva me! Duc me ad secundum…
Come, come! Help me! Lead me to my second son.
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Chapter 8: Sententiae Antiquae*
Frater meus vitam in otio semper aget.
Age, age! Iuva me! Duc me ad secundum…
O amici, libertatem perdimus.
Nova pericula populo Romano exponam si…
My brother always spends his life in leisure.
Come, come! Help me! Lead me to my second son.
O friends, we are destroying our liberty.
I will explain the new dangers to the Roman people without de…
Frater meus vitam in otio semper aget.
My brother always spends his life in leisure.
Age, age! Iuva me! Duc me ad secundum…
Come, come! Help me! Lead me to my second son.
Chapter 6: Sententiae Antiquae
Dionysius erat tyrannus Syracusanorum.
Optasne mean vitam fortunamque gustare?
Possumusne, O di, in malis insidiis et…
Propter curam mean in perpetuo pericul…
Dionysus was the tyrant of the Syracusans.
Do you wish to taste of my life and fortune?
Will we be able, O gods, to be safe in bad treachery and grea…
Because of my care, you all will not be in perpetual danger.
Dionysius erat tyrannus Syracusanorum.
Dionysus was the tyrant of the Syracusans.
Optasne mean vitam fortunamque gustare?
Do you wish to taste of my life and fortune?
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Chapter 9: Sententiae Antiquae*
Ubi illas nunc videre possum?
Hic illam virginem in matrimonium ducet.
Huic consilio palman do.
Virtutem enim illius viri amamus.
Where am I able to see those women now?
This man will lead that maiden into marriage.
I give a prize to this plan.
For we love the valor of that man.
Ubi illas nunc videre possum?
Where am I able to see those women now?
Hic illam virginem in matrimonium ducet.
This man will lead that maiden into marriage.
Chapter 2: Sententiae Antiquae
Salve, O patria!
Fama et sententia volant.
Da veniam puellae, amabo te.
Clementia tua multas vitas servat.
Hail, O fatherland!
Fame and rumor fly.
Give favor to the girl, please.
Your clemency preserves many lives.
Salve, O patria!
Hail, O fatherland!
Fama et sententia volant.
Fame and rumor fly.
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Chapter 37 Sententiae Antiquae
Mortalia facta peribunt.
Noctes atque dies patet atri ianua Dit…
Anni eunt more modoque fluentis aquae.…
Heu, obii! Quid ego egi! Filius non re…
Mortal deeds will perish.
The door of gloomy Pluto lies open for nights and days.
The years go in the manner and way of flowing water. The hour…
Alas, I have died! What have I done! My son has not returned…
Mortalia facta peribunt.
Mortal deeds will perish.
Noctes atque dies patet atri ianua Dit…
The door of gloomy Pluto lies open for nights and days.
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Chapter 19 Sententiae Antiquae*
Quae est natura animi? Est mortalis.
Illa argumenta visa sunt et gravia et…
Quid nos facere contra istos et sceler…
Quid ego egi? In quod periculum iactus…
What is the nature of the soul? It is mortal.
Those arguments seemed both serious and certain.
What ought we to do against those terrible men and their crim…
What have I done? Into what danger have I been thrown?
Quae est natura animi? Est mortalis.
What is the nature of the soul? It is mortal.
Illa argumenta visa sunt et gravia et…
Those arguments seemed both serious and certain.
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