Wednesday, March 11, 2009

a.d. V Id. Mar.

MEMORĀBILE DICTŪ

Homō sum: hūmānī nihil ā mē aliēnum putō.
“I am a human being: I think that nothing human is foreign to me.” (Terence, The Self-Tormentor, 77)

Th is saying became proverbial, furnishing evidence for Terence’s intense interest in human character.

From Latin for the New Millennium