Sunday, January 12, 2020

Latin Proverbs and Fables Round-Up: January 12

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HODIE: pridie Idus Ianuarias



Corvus ab aquila relictis
cadaveribus vescitur.

The crow feeds on the bodies
that the eagles leave behind.




Vive pie semper; frustra peccata teguntur:
   Nullus in his terris est sine teste locus.
[English]





Arma tuentur pacem.
Arms protect the peace.




Errando discitur.
One learns by making mistakes.



AESOP'S FABLES:

Haedus in Tecto et Lupus
Latin version and English version(s)




Apes et Iuppiter


BOOKS ONLINE:

Herakles, the Hero of Thebes
and Other Heroes of the Myth
by Mary Burt and Zenaide Ragozin




Fables, Original and Selected
by George Moir Bussey



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