Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Latin Proverbs and Fables Round-Up: January 15

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HODIE: ante diem duodevicesimum
Kalendas Februarias



Camelus vel scabiosus
complurium asinorum gestat onera.

Even a mangy camel can bear the burdens
of many a donkey.




Si tibi servierit aliquis, sua praemia tecum
Ne retinere diu cures, si diligis aequum.
[English]





Contentus vivo parvo.
I live, content with a little.




Nemo non formosus filius matri.
There is no son who is not handsome
in his mother's eyes.




AESOP'S FABLES:

Catus et Gallus
Latin version and English version(s)



Cocleae et Puer


BOOKS ONLINE:

The Golden Asse of Lucius Apuleius
translated by William Adlington




Legends and Tales
by Annie Besant
(more about Annie Besant at Wikipedia)



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