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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. "
Platonis, et quae vel Platonis esse ferunturvel Platonica solent comitari ... - Page 96
by Plato - 1826
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Bacon's Novum organum

Francis Bacon - Logic - 1889 - 740 pages
...undiscovered by human reasoning, iWijXor alrla dvdfxairivtf \oyirrfiuf. Cp. Juvenal, Sat. X. 365-6 : ' Nullum numen habes, si sit prudentia : nos te Nos facimus, Fortuna, deam cocloque locamus.' 6 In some of the ancient systems of Astronomy, the heavens were supposed to consist...
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De argumenti dispositione in Satiris IX-XVI Iuvenalis

Latin language - 1889 - 44 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 - Drama - 1890 - 397 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 : "The philosophy...
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Shakespeare's Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet: Ed., with Notes

William Shakespeare - 1892 - 224 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 - 377 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 : "The philosophy...
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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 mind leads...
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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 dynasty,...
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D. Junii Juvenalis Saturarum libri v. mit erklärenden anmerkungen, Volumes 1-2

Juvenal - Verse satire, Latin - 1895 - 746 pages
...Sardanapalli. monstro quod ipse tibi posais daré, semita certe tranquillae per virtutem patet única vitae. 365 nullum numen habes si sit prudentia, nos te, nos facimus, Fortuna, deam caeloque locamus. 359. labores] dolores ç quod praefert Hosius Mu». Khen. XL VI 1880 p. 288 et App....
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Juvenal

Juvenal - Verse satire, Latin - 1901 - 240 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 - 366 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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