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'The Moral Sayings Of Publius Syrus'

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The quote was written by, Publius Syrus. He was a slave that was brought to Italy, he was also a Syrian. He won over his owner, who freed him and educated him. Publius was born, c. 85 BC and died, c. 43 BC. This quote shows up in the text, “The moral sayings of Publius Syrus, a Roman slave: From the Latin”. The main idea of this book, which was written by Publius, is one thousand, one line quotes on humanism, the quotes in the book show his emotions on the problem of humanism. The english translation of the quote, “ Ubi concordia, ibi victoria”, is “Where there is unity, there is victory.” I chose this quote because it reminds me of the Trojan war, and how the Greeks worked together to build the great Trojan horse, and how they hid inside of
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