The Distichs of Cato: A Famous Medieval Textbook, Issues 7-10

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Wayland Johnson Chase
University of Wisconsin, 1922 - 43 pages
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Page 43 - This book is a preservation photocopy. It was produced on Hammermill Laser Print natural white, a 60 # book weight acid-free archival paper which meets the requirements of ANSI/NISO Z39.48-1992 (permanence of paper) Preservation photocopying and binding by Acme Bookbinding Charlestown, Massachusetts CD 1995 The borrower must return this item on or before the last date stamped below.
Page 3 - And as in my judgement it is the best book for to be taught to young children in school, and also to people of every age, it is full convenient if it be well understood. And because I see that the children that be born within the said city increase, and profit not like their fathers and...
Page 20 - Quern superare potes interdum vince ferendo ; maxima enim est hominum semper patientia virtus. 39. Conserva potius, quae sunt iam parta, labore : cum labor in damno est, crescit mortalis egestas. 40. Dapsilis interdum notis et largus amicis cum fueris, dando semper tibi proximus esto.
Page 40 - Fortunae, cede potenti : laedere qui <potuit) poterit prodesse aliquando. 40. Cum quid peccaris, castiga te ipse subinde : vulnera dum sanas, dolor est medicina doloris.
Page 24 - Quid deus intendat, noli perquirere sorte : quid statuat de te, sine te deliberat ille.
Page 16 - Cum t <> aliquis laudat, iudex tuus esse memento: Plus aliis de te, quam tu tibi credere noli.
Page 18 - Quod vile est carum, quod carum vile putato : sie tu nee cupidus nee avarus nosceris ulli. 30 Quae culpare soles, ea tu ne feceris ipse : turpe est doctori, cum culpa redarguat ipsum.
Page 36 - Disce aliquid ; nam cum subito Fortuna recessit, ars remanet vitamque hominis non deserit umquam. 20. Prospicito tecum tacitus quid quisque loquatur : sermo hominum mores et celat et indicat idem.
Page 34 - Uncertain risks and unsafe projects shun. 9. Quod tibi suspectum est, confestim discute quid sit; Namque solent, primo quae sunt neclecta, nocere. 10. Cum te detineat Ueneris damnosa libido, Indulgere gulae noli, quae uentris arnica est. 11. Cum tibi praeponas animalia bruta timore, I' mini hominem scito tibi praecipue esse timendum.
Page 20 - Macer haec tibi carmina dicit ; Si Romana cupis et Punica noscere bella, Lucanum quaeres, qui Martis praelia dixit...

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