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Plato, Republic, Book 6, section 490d (search)
the objection that though everybody will be compelled to admit our statements,Cf. for the use of the dative Polit. 258 ASUGXWREI=S OU)=N OI(=S LE/GEI, Phaedo 100 CTH=| TOIA=|DE AI)TI/A| SUGXWREI=S, Horace, Sat. ii. 3. 305 “stultum me fateor, liceat concedere veris.” yet, if we abandoned mere words and fixed our eyes on the persons to whom the words referred, everyone would say that he actually saw some of them to be useless and most of them base with all baseness, it was in our search for the cause of this ill-repute that we came to the present question: Why is it that the majority are bad? And, for the sake of this, we took up again the nature of the true philosophers and defined what it must necessarily b
Q. Horatius Flaccus (Horace), The Works of Horace (ed. C. Smart, Theodore Alois Buckley), book 1, Priapus complains that the Esquilian mount is infested with the incantations of sorceresses. (search)
the bitches foretold that her infernal majesty was coming. wander about; and the moon with blushes hiding behind the lofty monuments, that she might not be a witness to these doings. But if I lie, even a tittle, may my head be contaminated with the white filth of ravens; and may Julius, and the effeminate Miss Pediatous, Iulius et fragilis Pediatia. We know not who Julius was. Pediatius was an infamous Roman knight, whom Horace, for his effeminacy, calls Pediatia. Thus Aristophanes calls Cleonymus Cleonyma; Sostratus, Sostrata.(Clouds 673 ff.) and the knave Voranus, come to water upon me, and befoul me. Why should I mention every particular? viz. in what manner, speaking alternately with Sagana, the ghosts uttered dismal and piercing shrieks; and how by stealth they laid in the earth a wolf's beard, with the teeth of a spotted snake; and how a great blaze flamed forth from