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Peter J. Roman | 564 words -- Anonymous
Thou art moist and soft clay; thou must instantly be shaped by the glowing wheel.
[Lat., Udum et molle lutum es: nunc, nunc properandus et acri
Fingendus sine fine rota.] -- Aulus Persius Flaccus
Calisto, a companion of Ignatius, and who on recovering from a severe illness had heard of the imprisonment of Ignatius, hastened from Segnovia, where he was staying, and came to Alcala, that he, too, might be cast into prison. -- Ignatius Of Loyola
Is demum miser est, cuius nobilitas miserias nobilitat. Unhappy is he whose fame makes his misfortunes famous. Lucius Accius, Telephus -- Robert Galbraith
To the birds and trees he talks:
Caesar of his leafy Rome,
There the poet is at home. -- Ralph Waldo Emerson
(whose initials were probably OCTAVIAN). -- Rick Riordan
Fallaces sunt rerum speciaes. The appearances of things are deceptive. -- Wendy Wallace
Illegitimis nil carborundum. -- Patricia Briggs
Fiat justitia, ruat caelum. (Let justice be done, though the heavens may fall.) -- Anonymous
If the gods chose Sextus as King of Rome, the worst possible evil will befall it -- Aziz Hamza
Rome - the city of visible history, where the past of a whole hemisphere seems moving in funeral procession with strange ancestral images and trophies gathered from afar. -- George Eliot
Oh, can these men love, my Clodius? Scarcely even with the senses. How rarely a Roman has a heart! He is but the mechanism of genius - he wants its bones and flesh. -- Edward Bulwer-Lytton
On the side of Mount Calamon a grove of glass flowers grows. The journey there is perilous, and the journey back is more so. -- Neil Gaiman
Cal will never turn his back on his crown, on your father."
"I know my brother. If it comes down to it, to saving your life or saving his crown, we both know what he will choose."
"He would never choose me. -- Victoria Aveyard
Casildea de Vandalia, the rawest and best -- Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
Noli me tangere; for Caesar's I am. -- Norah Lofts
Polybius more than 150 years earlier, -- Mary Beard
Crito we owe a rooster to Aesculapius -- Plato
I am in Rome! Oft as the morning ray Visits these eyes, waking at once I cry, Whence this excess of joy? What has befallen me? And from within a thrilling voice replies, Thou art in Rome! A thousand busy thoughts Rush on my mind, a thousand images; And I spring up as girt to run a race! -- Samuel Rogers
Food of Acheron. (Grave.)
[Lat., Pabulum Acheruntis.] -- Plautus
LYSISTRATA May gentle Love and the sweet Cyprian Queen shower seductive charms on our bosoms and all our person. If only we may stir so amorous a feeling among the men that they stand firm as sticks, we shall indeed deserve the name of peace-makers among the Greeks. -- Aristophanes
And yet more bright
Shines out the Julian star,
As moon outglows each lesser light.
[Lat., Micat inter omnes
Iulium sidus, velut inter ignes
Luna minores.] -- Horace
Strike as thou didst at Caesar; for I know / When though didst hate him worst, thou loved'st him better / Than ever thou loved'st Cassius. -- William Shakespeare
Since my high school years, I have been interested in history, especially in Roman history, a topic on which I have read rather extensively. The Latin that goes with this kind of interest proved useful when I had to generate a few terms and names for cell biology. -- George Emil Palade
SCORPIUS: The what? The where? Look, I am as excited as you are to be a rebel for the first time in my life - yay - train roof - fun - but now - oh. -- J.k. Rowling
Excellence when concealed, differs but little from buried worthlessness.
[Lat., Paullum sepultae distat inertiae
Celata virtus.] -- Horace
Caius was one of those who gloried in his ignorance, called his lack of letters purity, scorned any subtlety of thought or expression. A man for his time, indeed. -- Iain Pears
Regardless of the shape he took, Cal had a nearly endless capacity for worrywarting. -- Caitlin Kittredge
Please tell me your master isn't Aeolus."
"That airhead?" Favonius snorted. "No, of course not."
"He means Eros." Nico's voice turned edgy. "Cupid, in Latin."
Favonius smiled. "Very good, Nico di Angelo. I'm glad to see you again, by the way. It's been a long time. -- Rick Riordan
triangle of my mons, -- Cari Silverwood
It is so beautiful that I am sure it has a long Latin name. -- Oscar Wilde
Si monumentum requiris circumspice
(If you seek his monument, look around.)
[Epitaph on Wren's tomb in St. Paul's Cathedral] -- Christopher Wren
You mix Greek and Roman, you know what you get? You get BAM! -- Rick Riordan
A spark neglected has often raised a conflagration.
[Lat., Parva saepe scintilla contempta magnum excitavit incendium.] -- Quintus Curtius Rufus
Yet my humble capacity has not preserved me from calumnies. -- Lajos Kossuth
Sassicaia from Tuscany, -- Aubrey James
For what fortress, what city, in the wide extent of the Roman empire, can hope to exist, secure and impregnable, if it is our pleasure that it should be erased from the earth? -- Attila The Hun
And among them all Taurus Antinor, praefect of Rome, with his ruddy hair and bronzed skin, his massive frame clad in gorgeously embroidered tunic. -- Orczy Emmuska Baroness
God, I love John Cassavetes. -- Angela Sarafyan
The venal herd.
[Lat., Venale pecus.] -- Juvenal
Christopher Columbus -- Louisa May Alcott
Opto Civitas." "I choose civility. That's the new me, -- Pat Martin
I'll show thee best springs; I'll pluck thee berries;
I'llift fish for thee and get thee wood enough.
A plague upon the tyrant that I serve!
I'll bear him no sticks, but follow thee,
Thou wondrous man.
(Act II, scene 2, lines 158-162) -- William Shakespeare
Paulinus, everyone knows. Say the word, and I'll run the bitch over with my chariot -- Kate Quinn
The first time Calypso came to check on [Leo], it was to complain about the noise.
"Smoke and fire," she said. "Clanging on metal all day long. You're scaring away the birds!"
"Oh, no, not the birds! -- Rick Riordan
lagophthalmos - a -- John Connolly
Ratio et prudentia curas,
Non locus effusi late maris arbiter, aufert.
[it is reason and wisdom which take away cares, not places affording wide views over the sea.] -- Horace
It was early spring, 326 BC, in the beautiful city of Chersonesus protected by a haunting deep blue sea and a giant wall. Today was the second day of the Festival of Dionysus. -- Destin Bays
The starry cope Of heaven. -- John Milton
How is it that you and Calidus are here? Made flesh?' Meical looked into his cup, swirled it around. 'It is part of the prophecy; one Ben-Elim, one Kadoshim. Part of Elyon's fairness, I suppose. -- John Gwynne
Polybius managed to attach himself to the clan and person of Scipio Aemilianus, grandson of one of the two losing consuls at Cannae, -- Robert L. O'connell
SO YOU ARE THE ONLY PEOPLE WHO REJECT MY DIVINITY! - Caligula, 37 CE. -- Joseph Shellim
...[A]nd I'll be wiser hereafter
And seek for grace. What a thrice-double ass
Was I to take this drunkard for a god
And worship this dull fool!
---Caliban speaking of Stephano and Trinculo
(lines 298 -301). -- William Shakespeare
crenellations, the scarlet and the pale, the airy stone and the -- Hilary Mantel
The Tragic Historye of Romeus and Juliette -- Hugh Howey
It is a fine sunny day and great matters loom across the horizon of history. Carthage in my rearview mirror, I blend into Time. -- Charles Bukowski
A Companion Picture XII. The Fellow of Delicacy XIII. -- Charles Dickens
Rome is no longer in Rome, it is here where I am. -- Pierre Corneille
Everything begins with chioce. -- S.j. Wardell
DENON IS AN ECUMENOPOLIS like Coruscant, -- Kevin Hearne
 Caelum non animum mutant The man who is not content where he is, would never have been content somewhere else, though he might have complained less. Donal Grant, ch. 31 -- George Macdonald
When a portent repeats itself three times, like something out of Julius Caesar, even Caliban, a couple of plays over, is bound to notice. -- Karen Joy Fowler
The shame of fools conceals their open wounds.
[Lat., Stultorum incurata malus pudor ulcera celat.] -- Horace
Thou oughtest to know, since thou livest near the gods.
[Lat., Scire, deos quoniam propius contingis, oportet.] -- Horace
So long as he was personally present, [Alcibiades] had the perfect mastery of his political adversaries; calumny only succeeded in his absence. -- Plutarch
One wonders what the proper high-brow Romans ... read into the strange utterances of Lucretius or Apuleius or Tertullian, Augustine or Athanasius. The uncanny voice of Iberian Spain, the weirdness of old Carthage, the passion of Libya and North Africa. -- D.h. Lawrence
Surrounded and absorbed, we tread like Etruscans on the edge of useless law; we pray to the giver of prayer, we give the cane whistle in ceremony, we swing the heavy silver chain of incense burners. Migration makes new citizens of Rome. -- Elizabeth Cook-Lynn
Rome is an astonishment! -- Harriet Beecher Stowe
morsels of tesselated pavement from Herculaneum and Pompeii, like petrified minced veal; -- Charles Dickens
The circumference could have accommodated a Roman hippodrome. A -- Rick Riordan
Rome was a flea market of borrowed gods and conquered peoples, a bargain basement on two floors, earth and heaven, a mass of filth convoluted in a triple not as in an intestinal obstruction -- Boris Pasternak
Into what dangers would you lead me, Cassius,
That you would have me seek into myself
For that which is not in me? -- William Shakespeare
The history of Rome presents various men of greater genius than Scipio Aemilianus, but none equalling him in moral purity, in the utter absence of political selfishness, in generous love of his country, and none, perhaps, to whom destiny has assigned a more tragic part. -- Theodor Mommsen
You ask too many questions," snapped Cletus.
I kept my gaze on Roman. "that's because I get too few answers. -- David Baldacci
Calumny ever pursues the great, even as the winds hurl themselves on high places. -- Ovid
Centurion! Would you like to be a cavalryman one last time? There are Venicones who escaped when your line was broken to be hunted down, and Tribune Licinius has ordered me to take the best men available in their pursuit. Leave this hairy gentleman to watch the fun, and join us in the hunt! -- Anthony Riches
Thou art very Trinculo indeed! How cam'st thou to be seize of this moon calf? Can he vent Trinculos? -- William Shakespeare
Oh Rome! My country! City of the soul! -- Lord Byron
I am beholden to calumny, that she hath so endeavored to belie me.-It shall make me set a surer guard on myself, and keep a better watch upon my actions. -- Ben Jonson
A chrysanthemum by any other name would be easier to spell. -- William J. Johnston
But grant the wrath of Heaven be great, 'tis slow.
[Lat., Ut sit magna tamen certe lenta ira deorum est.] -- Juvenal
I hope for a light grief in old age.
I was born in Rome and it has returned to me.
My autumn was a kind of she-wolf,
And August - the month of Caesars - smiled at me. -- Osip Mandelstam
Phocion compared the speeches of Leosthenes to cypress-trees. "They are tall," said he, "and comely, but bear no fruit. -- Plutarch
Felix qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas. Lucky is he who has been able to understand the causes of things Virgil, Georgics, Book 2 -- Robert Galbraith
Pactum serva" - "Keep the faith -- Horace
Keep what you have got; the known evil is best.
[Lat., Habeas ut nactus; nota mala res optima est.] -- Plautus
it was in defeat more than victory that Polybius saw the essence of Rome's greatness. It -- Robert L. O'connell
Cioran, bureaucratic heart of the Empire. Or if not heart, kidney. Maybe small bowel. -- James S.a. Corey
To pile Pelion upon Olympus.
[Lat., Pelion imposuisse Olympo.] -- Horace
He he he ... Crazy? Cicero? He he he he! That's ... madness ... -- Marcus Tullius Cicero
The Rome he has been trained to serve, the Rome of Augustus and Germanicus, was gone. In its place stood Neronopolis, ruled by a megalomaniac brat. -- James Romm
Cletus's famous sausage is famous." Cletus's -- Penny Reid
my Clodius, how little your countrymen know of the true versatility of a Pericles, of the true witcheries of an Aspasia! -- Edward Bulwer-Lytton
If one's fated to be born in Caesar's Empire, let him live aloof, provincial, by the seashore ... -- Joseph Brodsky
Whom has not the inspiring bowl made eloquent?
[Lat., Foecundi calices quem non fecere disertum.] -- Horace
hydra of revolution, -- Leo Tolstoy
Farewell unhappy, hopeless, blasphemous Rome! The Wrath of God has come upon you, as you deserve. We cared for Babylon, and she is not healed; let us then leave her, that she may become the habitation of dragons, spectres, and witches. -- Martin Luther
Taniquetil, glorious to behold, loftiest of all mountains clad in purest snow, -- Anonymous
O Rex Gentium O Rex Gentium, et desideratus earum, lapisque angularis, qui facis utraque unum: veni, et salva hominem, quem de limo formasti. O King of the nations, and their desire, the cornerstone making both one: Come and save the human race, which you fashioned from clay. O -- Malcolm Guite
Either you pursue or push, O Sisyphus, the stone destined to keep rolling.
[Lat., Aut petis aut urgues ruiturum, Sisyphe, saxum.] -- Ovid