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Tacitus Quote: “Things are not to be judged good or bad merely because the public think so.”
Tacitus Quote: “They even say that an altar dedicated to Ulysses, with the addition of the name of his father, Laertes, was formerly discovered on the same spot, and that certain monuments and tombs with Greek inscriptions, still exist on the borders of Germany and Rhaetia .”
Tacitus Quote: “More faults are often committed while we are trying to oblige than while we are giving offense.”
Tacitus Quote: “Rumor does not always err; it sometimes even elects a man.”
Tacitus Quote: “There can never be a complete confidence in a power which is excessive.”
Tacitus Quote: “Kindness, so far as we can return it, is agreeable.”
Tacitus Quote: “The task of history is to hold out for reprobation every evil word and deed, and to hold out for praise every great and noble word and deed.”
Tacitus Quote: “In private enterprises men may advance or recede, whereas they who aim at empire have no alternative between the highest success and utter downfall.”
Tacitus Quote: “It is less difficult to bear misfortunes than to remain uncorrupted by pleasure.”
Tacitus Quote: “He bore this calamity, not with the ostentatious firmness which many have affected, nor yet with the tears and lamentations of feminine sorrow; and war was one of the remedies of his grief.”
Tacitus Quote: “When the State is corrupt, then the laws are most multiplied.”
Tacitus Quote: “The sciences throw an inexpressible grace over our compositions, even where they are not immediately concerned; as their effects are discernible where we least expect to find them.”
Tacitus Quote: “It is a part of the nature of man to resist compulsion.”
Tacitus Quote: “Fear is not in the habit of speaking truth; when perfect sincerity is expected, perfect freedom must be allowed; nor has anyone who is apt to be angry when he hears the truth any cause to wonder that he does not hear it.”
Tacitus Quote: “That cannot be safe which is not honourable.”
Tacitus Quote: “The name Cornelius was a common one among the Romans, so that from it we can draw no inference.”
Tacitus Quote: “Necessity reforms the poor, and satiety reforms the rich.”
Tacitus Quote: “It is not becoming to grieve immoderately for the dead.”
Tacitus Quote: “Adversity deprives us of our judgment.”
Tacitus Quote: “There are odious virtues; such as inflexible severity, and an integrity that accepts of no favor.”
Tacitus Quote: “We see many who are struggling against adversity who are happy, and more although abounding in wealth, who are wretched.”
Tacitus Quote: “Flattery labors under the odious charge of servility.”
Tacitus Quote: “To abandon your shield is the basest of crimes; nor may a man thus disgraced be present at the sacred rites, or enter their council; many, indeed, after escaping from battle, have ended their infamy with the halter.”
Tacitus Quote: “Whatever is unknown is magnified.”
Tacitus Quote: “The gods are on the side of the stronger.”
Tacitus Quote: “Once killing starts, it is difficult to draw the line.”
Tacitus Quote: “It is of eloquence as of a flame; it requires matter to feed it, and motion to excite it; and it brightens as it burns.”
Tacitus Quote: “Laws were most numerous when the commonwealth was most corrupt.”
Tacitus Quote: “I am my nearest neighbour.”
Tacitus Quote: “It is common, to esteem most what is most unknown.”
Tacitus Quote: “Modern houses are so small we’ve had to train our dog to wag its tail up and down and not sideways.”
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