Irony, metaphysics, and the meaning of life360 BCE
The history of the conquest of the Gauls (aka Celts) written by Julius Caesar.
Space and time are re-born to us today
I would, to immerse my consciousness into your serenity
In which we learn about the three primary forms of imitative poetry: tragedy, epic poetry, and comedy
In this city of the generous, all are chivalrous
In which we learn that symmetry is over-rated and uniformity is boring.
Plants, flowers, leaves, the paintings in butterflies wings, shells, etc. seem of little other use than entertaining the eye with the pleasure of variety.
Fitness of design...either by art or nature, is first to be considered, as it is of the greatest consequence to the beauty of the whole.
The history of Rome from by Titus Livius Patavinus
By the force of eloquence they mean the force of truth
Divide your elixirs and make the ProjectionGeorge Ripley, 1591
The First Law of the Land: if any one ensnare another, then he that ensnared him shall be put to death
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.