Let's give the historians something to write about
Let each man have the wit to go his own way.
Faith is not sure, if you cannot turn love to quarrel; may my enemies obtain a mild mistress.
Love is fostered by confidence and constancy; he who is able to give much is able also to love much.
Something greater than the Iliad now springs to birth -Nescio quid maius nascitur Iliade
Cupid is naked and does not like artifices contrived by beauty.
If she is pleasing to one man, a girl is taken care of.
Afflicted by love's madness all are blind.
To each man at his birth nature has given some fault.
Love never offers to anyone wings so easy that he does not hold him back with his other hand.
Let each man pass his days in that endeavor wherein his gift is greatest.
Even a faithful mistress can be bent by constant threats.
Anyone who is an enemy of mine, let him love women, but let he who is my friend rejoice in men.
Love can be put off, never abandoned.
Age makes all things greater after their death; a name comes to the tongue easier from the grave.
The law itself follows gold.
Make room, Roman writers, make room for Greek writers; something greater than the Iliad is born.
That death is best which comes appropriately at a ripe age.
Do not unto another that which you would not he should do unto you.
In love, a verse of Mimnermus has more power than one of Homer.
Beauty is fading, nor is fortune stable; sooner or later death comes to all.
If you see anything, always deny that you've seen; or if perchance something pains you, deny that you're hurt.
And nobility will not be able to help you with your love; Love does not know how to cede to ancestral images.
By gold all good faith has been banished; by gold our rights are abused; the law itself is influenced by gold, and soon there will be an end of every modest restraint.
Let no one be willing to speak ill of the absent.
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