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" Has tantas viri virtutes ingentia vitia sequabant, inhumana crudelitas, perfidia plus quam Punica, nihil veri, nihil sancti, nullus deum metus, nullum 40 jusjurandum, nulla religio. Cum hac indole virtutum atque vitiorum triennio sub Hasdrubale imperatore... "
Selections from the First Five Books, Together with the Twenty-first and ... - Page 97
by Livy - 1850 - 329 pages
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The Greville Memoirs: A Journal of the Reigns of King George IV ..., Volume 4

Charles C. F. Greville, Henry Reeve - Great Britain - 1902 - 8 pages
...prcelium ibat : ultimus conserto prcelio excedebat. 7. Has tantas viri virtutes ingentia vitia aequabant ; inhumana crudelitas, perfidia plus quam Punica, nihil veri, nihil sancti, nullus Deum metus, nullum jusjurandum, nulla religio.' 1 . . . 1. Nothing is more remarkable in the Duke than his habit of prompt...
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Selections from Livy

Livy - Rome - 1905 - 375 pages
...proelium ibat, ultimus conserto proelio excedebat. Has tantas viri virtutes ingentia vitia aequa- 9 bant : inhumana crudelitas, perfidia plus quam Punica, nihil veri, nihil sancti, nullus deum metus, nullum ius iurandum, nulla rcligio. Cum hac indole virtutum atque 10 8. inter aequales : brachylogy for inter...
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Histoire e la littérature latine au temps d'Auguste

Clovis Lamarre - Latin literature - 1907
...inter custodias stationesque militum conspexerunt. Vestitus nihil inter aequales excellens ; arma atque equi conspiciebantur. Equitum peditumque idem longe...excedebat. Has tantas viri virtutes ingentia vitia aequabant : inhumana crudelitas, perfidia plus quam punica, nihil veri, nihil sancti, nullus Deum metus,...
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Titi Livi Ab urbe condita ...: Libri XXI et XXII

Livy - 1911
...ultimus conserto proelio excedebat. has tantas viri virtutes ingentia vitia aequabant: inhu- 9 mana crudelitas, perfidia plus quam Punica, nihil veri, nihil sancti, nullus deum metus, nullum ius iurandum, milla religio. cum hac índole virtutum atque vitiorum triennio sub Hasdru- lo bale imperatore...
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Virgil: The Aeneid

Philip R. Hardie - Aeneas (Legendary character) in literature - 1999 - 399 pages
...cruelty and why? Is there a problem of intention behind the messages which Aeneas is deciphering? (vii) "Inhumana crudelitas, perfidia plus quam Punica, nihil veri, nihil sancti, nullus deum metus, nullum ius iurandum, nulla religio" (Livy, 21.4.9). You can't trust the Carthaginians. Someone had to warn...
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