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  • Decimus Iunius Iuvenalis (c. 55 – c. 140), anglicized as Juvenal, was a Roman satiric poet. Satires I · II · III · IV · VI · VIII · IX · X · XIV · XV · External links
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  • custodes? English equivalent: Who watches the watchmen? Satires by Juvenal Satires (Juvenal) Not observation of a duty but liberty itself is the pledge
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  • in the British Museum Cat. to Edward Burnaby Greene. (1764). The Satires of Juvenal Paraphrastically Imitated, and adapted to the Times. The stately
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  • write satire. Juvenal, Satires, I. 29 Men are more satirical from vanity than from malice. François de La Rochefoucauld, Maxims. No. 608 Satire should
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  • turpissimus. For none become at once completely vile. Translation of Juvenal's Satires, satire ii, line 120 (line 83, in the original). Unde habeas quaerit
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  • knows Where noun, and verb, and participle grows. John Dryden, Sixth Satire of Juvenal, line 583. Language is fossil poetry. Ralph Waldo Emerson, Essays
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  • Ev'n wit's a burthen, when it talks too long. John Dryden, Sixth Satire of Juvenal, line 573. Wit will shine Through the harsh cadence of a rugged
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  • take The trusty tailor, and the cook forsake. John Dryden, Sixth Satire of Juvenal, line 762. The primary relationship between the infant and the care-giver
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  • And, with his compass, measures seas and lands. John Dryden, Sixth Satire of Juvenal, line 760. The winds and waves are always on the side of the ablest
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  • you dead. Samuel Johnson, "London: A Poem in Imitation of the Third Satire of Juvenal" (1738), ll. 17–18. It has long been observed, that an atheist has
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  • Persius (section The Satires)
    moralist. Translations are taken from G. G. Ramsay's revised edition of Juvenal and Persius in the Loeb Classical Library (1940) Magister artis ingenique
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  • scarcely as many as the gates of Thebes or the mouths of the Nile. Juvenal, Satires, XIII. 26. Be good, sweet maid, and let who will be clever; Do noble
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  • poverty at home. Juvenal, Satires, III. 164. Hic vivimus ambitiosa Paupertate omnes. Here we all live in ambitious poverty. Juvenal, Satires, III. 182.
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  • illa Fortuna. Generally common sense is rare in that (higher) rank. Juvenal, Satires, VIII. 73. If Poverty is the Mother of Crimes, want of Sense is the
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  • nocens absolvitur. By his own verdict no guilty man was ever acquitted. Juvenal, Satires, XIII. 2. Multi committunt eadem diverso crimina fato; Ille crucem
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  • Juvenal, Satires, III. 78. Magister artis ingeniique largitor venter. The belly is the teacher of art and the bestower of genius. Persius, Satires,
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  • display; yet take this truth from me— Virtue alone is true nobility! Juvenal, Satire VIII, line 29. Gifford's translation. "Virtus sola nobilitat," is the
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  • of rest, Carries his own accuser in his breast. Juvenal, reported in William Gifford, The Satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis‎ (1806), p. 408 When
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  • Samuel Johnson (1791), p. 485. Verso pollice. With thumb turned. Juvenal, Satires, III. 36. "Vertere" or "convertere pollicem" was the sign of condemnation;
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  • existence. Juvenal, Satires, II. 11. Bona summa putes, aliena vivere quadra. To eat at another's table is your ambition's height. Juvenal, Satires, V. 2.
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