I would, to immerse my consciousness into your serenity
Irony, humor, metaphysics and the meaning of life. The original philosophical masterwork.360 BCE
Sad poems from a strange artist1949
Typography that stands the test of time1525
A masterclass on poetry and theater — too bad it’s half missing335 BCE
In this city of the generous, all are chivalrous
The history of Rome from by Titus Livius Patavinus
The first encyclopedia of artists1550
By the force of eloquence they mean the force of truth
The history of the conquest of the Gauls (aka Celts) written by Julius Caesar.
Great minds don't always think alike1993
Divide your elixirs and make the Projection1591
Present-day beauty: the ephemeral, the fugitive, the contingent1863
Spells for finding hidden treasure, binding love and summoning angels1400
The rarest of the 19th century grimoires1801
The First Law of the Land: if any one ensnare another, then he that ensnared him shall be put to death
Rama's journey to rescue his wife from the demon king (she's in another castle)100 BCE
Want to become a Brahman? Memorize 1000 laws.200 BCE
Physics, the mind, soul, the movements of the universe, and sex, obviously50 BCE
How to build roads, buildings and aqueducts with Roman precision15 BCE
The transformations of man and gods from before formation of the world1 CE
The adventures of Aeneis the Trojan, and what happens when the gods hate you19 CE
It takes 1.8 million words to describe the meaning of life400 BCE
Action and inaction will both destroy you in the end
We ask of our rulers no special favors, no special privileges, no special legislation. We ask justice.
I condemn without hesitation the position of the Knave of Diamonds, which has replaced creative activity with theorizing.
Abandon love, abandon aestheticism, abandon the baggage of wisdom, for in the new culture, your wisdom is ridiculous and insignificant. I have untied the knots of wisdom and liberated the consciousness of color!
I shake off the dust of the West, and I consider all those people ridiculous and backward who still imitate Western models in the hope of becoming pure painters and who fear literariness more than death.
In the midst of Umma Entemena overthrew Urlumma and killed him. He left behind 60 soldiers of his force dead on the bank of the canal.