'Tis not beneficent thou art; thou art diseased; thy mania is to give,so he would have been moved to say to Domitian: ‘'Tis not pious, nor nobly ambitious that thou art; thou art diseased; thy mania is to build; like the famous Midas, thou desirest that every thing become gold and stone at thy touch.’ So much, then, on this head.
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