Quotation by Seneca

I may dye aged after the common trace.
For hym death greep'the right hard by the croppe
That is moche knowen of other, and of him self alas,
Doth dye unknowen, dazed with dreadfull face.
Seneca (4 B.C.–A. D. 65), Roman philosopher, statesman, tragedian. Thyestes. . .

Oxford Book of Verse in English Translation, The. Charles Tomlinson, ed. (1980) Oxford University Press.
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