Servius Tullius quotes

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Nothing is so difficult to believe that oratory cannot make it acceptable, nothing so rough and uncultured as not to gain brillian ...
Cannot people realize how large an income is thrift?
Laws should be interpreted in a liberal sense so that their intention may be preserved.
No obligation to do the impossible is binding.
To know the laws is not to memorize their letter but to grasp their full force and meaning.
What is impossible by the nature of things is not confirmed by any law.
Friendship is nothing else than an accord in all things, human and divine, conjoined with mutual goodwill and affection, and I am ...
Let arms yield to the toga, let the [victor's] laurel yield to the [orator's] tongue.
The well-known old remark of Cato, who used to wonder how two soothsayers could look one another in the face without laughing.
There is nothing so absurd but some philosopher has said it.
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