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Wheelock Chapter 2

Sententiae Antiquae

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Salve, O patria! Greetings, O fatherland!
Fama et sententia volant. Fame and feelings fly.
Clementia tua multas vitas servat. Your clemency saves many lives.
Multam pecuniam deportat. He carries away much money.
Fortunam et vitam antiquae patriae saepe laudas sed recusas. You often praise but reject the fortune and life of the old country.
Philosophia est ars vitae. Philosophy is the art of life.
Sanam formam vitae conservate. Preserve the healthy way of life.
Immodica ira creat insaniam. Excessive anger creates insanity.
Poenam irae saepe videmus. We often see the penalty of anger.
Me saevis catenis onerat. He oppresses me with cruel chains.
Nulla avaritia sine poena est. No avarice is without punishment.
Rotam fortunae non timent. They do not fear the wheel of fortune.
Sine philosophia saepe erramus et poenas damus. Without philosophy we often go astray and pay the penalty.
Created by: WJFR