Laberius, full name Decimus Laberius

Laberius, full name Decimus Laberius
105
43 B.C.

Roman Knight and Writer of Mimes and Farces

Author Quotes

[Caesar] He must fear many, whom many fear.

Hasty counsels are generally followed by repentance.

As you behave towards others, expect that others will behave to you.

What a man does by the agency of another is his own act.

No man ought to be twice tried for the same offence.

Hard cases make bad law.

From his silence a man's consent is inferred.

The more honesty a man has the less he affects the air of a saint.

He who gives himself airs of importance, exhibits the credentials of impotence.

To place yourself under an obligation is to sell your liberty.

As you behave towards others, expect that others will behave to you.

A small sum makes a debtor, a larger sum an enemy.

That danger which is despised arrives the soonest.

What is an oath? A plaster for a debt.

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Laberius, full name Decimus Laberius
Birth Date
105
Death Date
43 B.C.
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Roman Knight and Writer of Mimes and Farces