Sulla cytaty

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Data urodzenia: 138 p. n. e.
Data zgonu: 78 p. n. e.


Lucius Cornelius Sulla zwany Felix – rzymski polityk, dowódca i dyktator.

Cytaty Sulla

„How is this? Ought not the petitioner to speak first, and the conqueror to listen in silence?“

—  Lucius Cornelius Sulla
To Mithridates VI of Pontus, at a peace conference, as quoted in " Sylla" by Plutarch in Plutarch's Lives as translated by John Dryden


„He ought to have worked at the oar before steering the vessel.“

—  Lucius Cornelius Sulla
Upon being handed the head of his enemy Gaius Marius the Younger (Also translated as: "First you must learn to pull an oar, only then can you take the helm")

„No friend ever served me, and no enemy ever wronged me, whom I have not repaid in full.“

—  Lucius Cornelius Sulla
His self-made epitaph, as quoted in Heroes of History : A Brief History of Civilization from Ancient Times to the Dawn of the Modern Age (2001) by Will Durant; variant translation: "...nor enemy harmed me"

„I forgive the many for the sake of the few, the living for the dead.“

—  Lucius Cornelius Sulla
On calling an end to the sacking of Athens, after a plea on its behalf by two Athenians loyal to Rome, as quoted in The Story of Rome : From the Earliest Times to the Death of Augustus (1900) by Mary Macgregor; also said to be in a translation of Plutarch's works.

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