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Asinaria

Category
LITERATURE - MAJOR WORKS

Language
LATIN

Asinaria, which has been translated as The One with the Asses, is a comic play written in Latin by the Roman playwright Titus Maccius Plautus and is known as one of the great works of ancient Roman comedy. It is famous for containing the lines "Lupus est homo homini, non homo, quom qualis sit non novit," which has been translated as "A man is a wolf rather than a man to another man, when he hasn't yet found out what he's like." and "Facias ipse quod faciamus nobis suades," which has been translated as "Practice yourself what you preach." as well as "necesse est facere sumptum qui quaerit lucrum" which has been translated as "You must spend money to make money."

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