“We understand that the ancient Greeks wore rings on the finger closest to the pinky on the left hand. They say that the Romans, too, for the most part wore their rings. 176 kata lagi
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EDITORIAL NOTE: I found this passage entirely by chance just hours after Mr. SententiaeAntiquae himself informed me that he would be having a caninum prandium… 368 kata lagi
- That Annaeus Seneca, when judging Ennius and Cicero, was possessed of light and silly judgment.
“Some think of Seneca as a worthless writer, whose books it is not even worth the effort to touch, because his speech seems vulgar and played-out, while his matter and thoughts are characterized either by a bungling and empty force or a light and rather juridical affectation. 1.173 kata lagi