Aesopic Proverbs 11-20 — Sententiae Antiquae

NOTE: I felt extremely uncertain about 12 and 14, and hope that this preemptive confession of my own ignorance will simultaneously save me from raillery and invite constructive suggestions on the best way to deal with this less than wholly lucid Greek. 11. “The theft of insomnia is not worth it.” Interpretation: “Toil which does […]

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