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" Sardanapalli. monstro quod ipse tibi possis dare; semita certe tranquillae per virtutem patet unica vitae. nullum numen habes, si sit prudentia: nos te, nos facimus, Fortuna, deam caeloque locamus. "
Juvenal: satires, iii, x, xiii, and xiv, from the text of Ruperti; with Engl ... - Page 28
by Decimus Junius Juvenalis - 1844
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Plutarch's Morals: Ethical Essays

Plutarch - Ethics - 1888 - 450 pages
...of the well-known lines of Juvenal, twice repeated—namely, x. 365, 366 ; and xiv. 315, 316 :— " Nullum numen habes, si sit prudentia; nos te, Nos facimus, Fortuna, deam caeloque locamus." 1 Hesiod, " Works and Days," 86, 87. s " Olynth.," i. 23. INDEX. Abrotonus, 37....
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De argumenti dispositione in Satiris IX-XVI Iuvenalis

Johan A. Gylling - 1889 - 160 pages
...poeta de mutuo illo amore, qui generi humano a dus datus est, loquitur. Finit epilogum his versibus : nullum numen habes, si sit prudentia : nos te, nos facimus, Fortuna, deam cseloque locamus Heinrichius lectionem, quse est abest, prsefert: male enim illud habes deam respicere,...
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An Introduction to the Study of Shakespeare

Hiram Corson - 1890 - 412 pages
...succeeds accordingly." He gives as the moral of the play, two lines from Juvenal (Sat. x- 365. 366) : " Nullum numen habes, si sit prudentia ; nos te Nos facimus, Fortuna, deam, coeloque locamus." * Alfred M^zieres, in his " Shakespeare, ses (Euvres et ses Critiques," remarks...
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Shakespeare's Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet: Ed., with Notes

William Shakespeare - 1892 - 240 pages
...can be suspected of romance, we should join with him in extracting a's a moral from the play — f' Nullum numen habes, si sit prudentia ; nos te / Nos facimus, Fortuna, deam, caeloque locamus ;" and attribute the mishaps of Romeo, not to want of fortune, but of prudence. Philosophy...
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An Introduction to the Study of Shakespeare

Hiram Corson - 1893 - 412 pages
...succeeds accordingly." He gives as the moral of the play, two lines from Juvenal (Sat. x. 365, 366) : " Nullum numen habes, si sit prudentia ; nos te Nos facimus, Fortuna, deam, coeloque locamus." * Alfred Mezieres, in his "Shakespeare, ses (Euvres et ses Critiques," remarks :...
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Treasury of Latin Gems: A Companion Book and Introduction to the Treasures ...

Edwin Newton Brown - Quotations, Latin - 1894 - 314 pages
...Self-help. Monstro, quod ipse tibi possis dare : semita certe Tranquillae per virtutem patet unica vitae. Nullum numen habes, si sit prudentia: nos te, Nos facimus, Fortuna, deam coeloque locamus. " I teach you what you can bestow upon yourself. The only certain road to peace of...
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The Rise of Wellington

Earl Frederick Sleigh Roberts Roberts - Generals - 1895 - 232 pages
...After wbwm .—^ .'B iWbSi^.'li. ft -ilS/Mmarshals of the ' -- ^M^ @ iSb^a*to suspect that had at " Nullum numen habes, si sit prudentia ; nos te Nos facimus, Fortuna, deam, coeloque locamus." CHAPTER III. THE abdication of Napoleon, followed by the restoration of the Bourbon...
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Juvenal

Juvenal - Verse satire, Latin - 1901 - 300 pages
...according monstro quod ipse tibi possis dare ; semita certe tranquillae per virtutem patet unica vitae. nullum numen habes si sit prudentia; nos te, nos facimus, Fortuna, deam caeloque locamus. 365 SATVRA XI Atticus eximie si cenat, lautus habetur : si Rutilus, demens. quid...
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Shakespeare, the Man and His Works: Being All the Subject Matter about ...

1904 - 390 pages
...never can be suspected of romance, we should join with him in extracting as a moral from the play — "Nullum numen habes, si sit prudentia; nos te Nos facimus, Fortuna, deam, caeloque locamus;" and attribute the mishaps of Romeo, not to want of fortune, but of prudence. Philosophy...
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Classical and Foreign Quotations: A Polyglot Manual of Historical and ...

William Francis Henry King - Proverbs - 1904 - 500 pages
...says, Great wits are sure to madness near allied, And thin partitions do their bounds divide. 1827. Nullum numen habes si sit prudentia; nos te, Nos facimus, Fortuna, deam cwloque locamus. Juv. 10, 365. To Fortune. No worship hadst thou, Fortune, were we wise ; We make thee...
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