Latin quotes in Linear B: Part E (Tacitus, Livy, Seneca)


Latin quotes in Linear B: Part E (Tacitus, Livy, Seneca): 
 
Greek and Latin quotations in Linear B Part E

Translations:
Sine ira et studio. (Tacitus) Without animosity and without favouritism.
Periculum in mora. (Livy) There is danger in delay.
Homo sit naturaliter animal socialis. (Seneca) It would appear that man is by nature a social animal.
Licentia poetica. (Seneca) Poetic license.
Si vis vacare animo, aut pauper sis oportet, aut pauperi similis. (Seneca)
If you wish to grow in spirit, it is advisable you be poor, or to look like you are.

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