Martial

c.40 - c.102

A Quote by Marcus Valerius Martialis ‘Martial' on existence, good, life, past, and pleasure

A good man doubles the length of his existence; to have lived so as to look back with pleasure on our past life is to live twice.

Martial (c.40 - c.102)

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A Quote by Marcus Valerius Martialis ‘Martial' on flaws

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The flaw which is hidden is deemed greater than it is.

Martial (c.40 - c.102)

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A Quote by Marcus Valerius Martialis ‘Martial'

I don't like you, Sabidius, I can't say why; But I can say this: I don't like you, Sabidius

Martial (c.40 - c.102)

Source: Epigrammata

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A Quote by Marcus Valerius Martialis ‘Martial' on friendship

You complain, friend Swift, of the length of my epigrams, but you yourself write nothing. Yours are shorter.

Martial (c.40 - c.102)

Source: Epigrammata

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A Quote by Marcus Valerius Martialis ‘Martial' on life, past, and satisfaction

To be able to look back on one's past life with satisfaction is to live twice.

Martial (c.40 - c.102)

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A Quote by Marcus Valerius Martialis ‘Martial' on glory

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There is no glory in outstripping donkeys.

Martial (c.40 - c.102)

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