Quotation by Marcus Manilius

Who can wonder that the world is known
So well by man, since himself is one?
The same composure in his form is shewed,
And man's the little image of the God.
Marcus Manilius (10 B.C.–A.D. 30), Roman poet. Astronomica, 4. 893-895, trans. by Thomas Creech (1697).
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