Wars, horrid wars. Bella horrida bella.
A god has made this peace for us.
Arcadians both Arcades ambo.
He utters empty words, he utters sound without mind.
God speed to your youthful valor, boy So shall you scale the stars.
Yield not to misfortunes, but advance all the more Boldly against them.
He is fortunate who had been able to learn the causes of things. Felix qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas.
You, Roman, remember to rule peoples with your power. Tu regere imperio populos, Romane, memento.
Sleep and deep repose, most like indeed to death's own quietness.
The Fates oppose. Fata obstant.
Meanwhile, Time is flying flying, never to return.
All these souls, after they have passed away a thousand years, are summoned by the divine ones in great array, to the lethean river.... In this way they become forgetful of the former earthlife, and re-visit the vaulted realms of the world, willing to return again into living bodies.
The cursed hunger for gold. Auri sacra fames.
Every man has his appointed day life is brief and irrevocable but it is the work of virtue to extend our fame by our deeds.
Woman is always fickle and changeable.
Trust not too much to an enchanting face.
Time meanwhile flies, flies never to return.
Mantua gave me birth, Calabri snatched me away, now Parthenope holds me I sang of shepherds, pastures, and heroes. Mantua me genuit, Calabri rapuere, tenet nunc Parthenope, cecini pascua, rura, duces.
I have lived, and I have run the course which fortune allotted me And now my shade shall descend illustrious to the grave.
Then Heaven, the Father Almighty, comes down in fruitful showers into the lap of his joyous spouse, and his might, with her mighty frame commingling, nurtures all growths.
Easy is the descent to Avernus. Facilis descensus Averno.
Do not trust the horse, Trojans; Whatever it is, I fear the Greeks, even though they bring gifts.
The gates of hell are open, night and day Smooth the descent, and easy the way.
Accursed thirst for gold what dost thou not compel mortals to do.
The leader of the deed was a woman. Dux femina facti.
The descent to hell is easy the gates stand open night And day but to reclimb the slope, and escape to the upper Air, this is labor.
Every misfortune is to be subdued by patience.
It seemed otherwise to the gods. Dis aliter visum.
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