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P. Terentius Afer (Terence), Andria: The Fair Andrian (ed. Henry Thomas Riley), act 1, scene 1 (search)
e, and indeed not very respectful to the "philosophers," in coupling them as objects of attraction with horses and hounds. in not one of these did he engage in particular beyond the rest, and yet in all of them in a moderate degree. I was pleased. SOSIA Not without reason; for this I deem in life to be especially advantageous; that one do nothing to excess.Nothing to excess: "Ne quid nimis." This was one of the three sentences which were inscribed in golden letters in the Temple of Apollo at Delphi. The two others were "Know thyself," and "Misery is the consequence of debt and discord." Sosia seems from the short glimpse we have of him to have been a retailer of old saws and proverbs. He is unfortunately only a Protatic or introductory character, as we lose sight of him after this Act. SIMO Such was his mode of life; readily to bear and to comply with all; with whomsoever he was in company, to them to resign himself; to devote himself to their pursuits; at variance with no one; never p