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odi et amo
CATULLUS
(I hate and I love)
lugete, O Veneres Cupidinesque
CATULLUS
(mourn of Venuses and Cupids!)
apage, Santanas!
THE BIBLE
(Get thee behind me, Satan!)
ars poetica
HORACE
(the art of poetry)
*(title of a book)
Aurea mediocritas
HORACE
(the golden mean)
auri sacra fames
VERGIL
(the accursed greed for gold)
Veritas numquam perit
SENECA
(Truth never perishes)
Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori
HORACE
(it is sweet and proper to die for one's country)
miles gloriosus
PLAUTUS
(a bragging soldier)
*(title of a play)
nil admirari
HORACE
(be surprised at nothing)
ohe! iam satis est!
TERENCE
(Oh, that's enough)
vade in pace
THE BIBLE
(go in peace)
temporis ars medicina fere est
OVID
(time is a great healer)
tempus abire tibi est
HORACE
(make way for someone else)
lupus est homo homini
PLAUTUS
(man is a wolf to man)
odi profanum vulgus et arceo
HORACE
(I hate the uninitiated crowd and bid them avaunt)
atque in perpetuum, frater, ave atque vale!
CATULLUS
(and forever brother, hail and farewell)
ut ameris, amabilis esto
OVID
(so that you may be loved, be loveable)
aliquando bonus dormitat Homerus
HORACE
(you can't win them all)
est unusquisque faber ipsae suae fortunae
APPIUS CLAUDIUS CAECUS
(every man is master of his own fate)
in nova fert animus mutates dicere formas corpora
OVID
(my mind is bent to tell of bodies changed into new forms)
mendacem memorem esse oportere
QUINTILIAN
(liars should have good memories)
ab urbe condita
LIVY
(from the founding of the city)
*(title of a work)
bruta fulmina et vana
PLINY
(thunderbolts that strike blindy and in vain)
*(also rendered as brutum fulmen - an empty threat)
de nihilo nihil
LUCRETIUS
(from nothing, nothing can come)
dis aliter visum
VERGIL
(to the gods it seemed otherwise)
disiecta membra
HORACE
(scattered parts)
facilis descensus averni
VERGIL
(it is easy to go down to Avernus)
fidus Achates
VERGIL
(a faithful friend)
haud passibus aequis
VERGIL
(with lagging step)