Latin quotes in Linear B: Part D (Ovid, Virgil, Cicero, Catullus)


Latin quotes in Linear B: Part D (Ovid, Virgil, Cicero, Catullus): 
 
Greek and Latin quotations in Linear B Part D

Translations:
Materiam superabat opus. (Ovid) The workmanship was superior to the subject matter.
Forsan miseros meliora sequentur. (Virgil) Hopefully better things will eventually befall the wretched.
Malum quidem nullum esse sine aliquo bono. (Pliny the Elder)
There is no evil without its being offset by some good.
Summum ius, summa inuria. (Cicero) The highest the law, the worst the injustice.
Odi et amo. (Catullus). I hate and I love.
  

Latin quotes in Linear B: Part C: Virgil and Julius Caesar


Latin quotes in Linear B: Part C: Virgil and Julius Caesar: 

Greek and Latin quotations in Linear B Part C

Translations:
Equo ne credite. Do not put your faith in the horse. (Virgil)
Nimium ne crede colori. Do not rely too much on colours. (Virgil)
Paulo maiora canamus. Let us sing of rather greater matters. (Virgil)
Timeo Danaos. I fear the Danaans. (Virgil)
Divide et impera. Divide and conquer. (Julius Caesar)