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Best Virgil quotes

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Fortune sides with him who dares.

  • Fortune

Death twitches my ear. Live, he says, I am coming.

  • Death

Nunc scio quit sit amor.

  • Love

They are able because they think they are able.

  • Ability



Come what may, all bad fortune is to be conquered by endurance.

  • bad

Your descendants shall gather your fruits.

  • Legacy

Trust not to much to appearances.

  • Appearance

Trust one who has tried.

  • Trust

Perhaps one day this too will be pleasant to remember.

  • Memory

Happy the man who has been able to know the reasons for things.

  • Reason

Fear is proof of a degenerate mind.

  • Fear

Trust not too much to an enchanting face.

  • Beauty

They can because they think they can.

  • Belief

Mind moves matter.

  • Mind

I saw these terrible things,and took great part in them.


Who asks whether the enemy were defeated by strategy or valor?

  • Defeat

Fortune favors the brave.

  • Bravery

Trust not the horse, O Trojans. Be it what it may, I fear the Grecians even when they offer gifts.

  • Charity

Rumor grows as it goes.

  • Gossip

Love conquers all; let us surrender to Love.

  • Love

Thus all things are doomed to change for the worse and retrograde.

  • Change

Evil is nourished and grows by concealment.

  • Evil

Fame hides her head among the clouds.

  • Fame

Press no further with hate.

  • Hate

Do not trust the horse, Trojans! Whatever it is, I fear the Greeks, even though they bring gifts.

  • Literary

The wavering multitude is divided into opposite factions.

  • Unity

You have endured worse things; God will grant an end even to these.

  • Adversity

Impotent fury rages powerless and to no purpose.

  • Anger

Go on and increase in valor for this is the path to immortality.

  • Bravery

It is easy to go down into Hell; night and day, the gates of dark Death stand wide; but to climb back again, to retrace one's steps to the upper air - there's the rub, the task.

  • Death


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Virgil quotes about time

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Time bears away all things, even the mind.

  • Time

Time passes irrevocably.

  • irrevocably

Time is flying never to return.

  • flying

All things deteriorate in time.

  • all

Time flies never to be recalled.

  • flies

But meanwhile time flies; it flies never to be regained.

  • flies

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Virgil quotes about learn

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Enter on the way of training while the spirits in youth are still pliable.

  • Learning

From my example learn to be just, and not to despise the gods.

  • despise

Myself acquainted with misfortune, I learn to help the unfortunate.

  • acquainted

From one learn all.

  • learn

Happy the man who has been able to learn the causes of things.

  • able

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Virgil quotes about arms

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One man excels in eloquence, another in arms.

  • another

If ye despise the human race, and mortal arms, yet remember that there is a God who is mindful of right and wrong.

  • arms

Fury itself supplies arms.

  • arms

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Virgil quotes about fear

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Fear is proof of a degenerate mind.

  • Fear

Fear is proof of a low born soul.

  • Fear

I fear the Greeks, even when they bring gifts.

  • fear

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Virgil quotes about god

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Each person, makes their own terrible passion their God.

  • God

Every man makes a god of his own desire.

  • desire

If ye despise the human race, and mortal arms, yet remember that there is a God who is mindful of right and wrong.

  • arms

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Our fate, whatever it is to be, will be overcome by patience under it.

  • Fate

Wherever the fates lead us let us follow.

  • Fate

Each person, makes their own terrible passion their God.

  • God

Curst greed of gold, what crimes thy tyrant power has caused.

  • Gold



As a twig is bent the tree inclines.

  • Habits

Hope on, and save yourself for prosperous times.

  • Hope

Enter on the way of training while the spirits in youth are still pliable.

  • Learning

Perhaps even these things, one day, will be pleasing to remember.

  • Memory

Everyone is dragged on by their favorite pleasure.

  • Pleasure

Time bears away all things, even the mind.

  • Time

A fickle and changeful thing is a woman ever.

  • Women

Each of us bears his own Hell.

  • bears

Every calamity is to be overcome by endurance.

  • calamity

Every man makes a god of his own desire.

  • desire

Happy is he who can trace effects to their causes.

  • causes

The medicine increases the disease.

  • disease

Fear is proof of a low born soul.

  • Fear

Do not yield to misfortunes, but advance more boldly to meet them, as your fortune permits you.

  • Risk

Harsh necessity, and the newness of my kingdom, force me to do such things and to guard my frontiers everywhere.

  • Security

Such is the love of praise, so great the anxiety for victory.

  • Victory

Even virtue is fairer when it appears in a beautiful person.

  • Virtue

Confidence cannot find a place wherein to rest in safety.

  • confidence

Hug the shore; let others try the deep.

  • deep

It manus in gyrum; paullatim singula viresDeperdunt proprias; color est E pluribus unus. Spins round the stirring hand; lose by degreesTheir separate powers the parts, and comes at lastFrom many several colors one that rules.


I too must attempt a way by which I can raise myself above the ground, and soar triumphant through the lips of men.

  • Ambition

They attack the one man with their hate and their shower of weapons. But he is like some rock which stretches into the vast sea and which, exposed to the fury of the winds and beaten against by the waves, endures all the violence

  • Character

From a single crime know the nation.

  • Crime

I have lived, and I have run the course which fortune allotted me; and now my shade shall descend illustrious to the grave.

  • Death

Roman, remember that you shall rule the nations by your authority, for this is to be your skill, to make peace the custom, to spare the conquered, and to wage war until the haughty are brought low.

  • Empire

Each man has his appointed day: short and irreparable in the brief life of all, but to extend our fame by our deeds, this is the work of mankind.

  • Fame

The gates of Hell are open night and day; smooth the descent, and easy is the way: but, to return, and view the cheerful skies; in this, the task and mighty labor lies.

  • Hell

Oh you who are born of the blood of the gods, Trojan son of Anchises, easy is the descent to Hell; the door of dark Dis stands open day and night. But to retrace your steps and come out to the air above, that is work, that is labor!

  • Literary

The Britons are quite separated from all the world.

  • Nation

They can conquer who believe they can.

  • believe

Age carries all things away, even the mind.

  • age

As the twig is bent the tree inclines.

  • bent

Time passes irrevocably.

  • irrevocably

Trust not too much to appearances.

  • trust

Time is flying never to return.

  • flying

Love conquers all.

  • love

All our sweetest hours fly fastest.

  • fastest

All things deteriorate in time.

  • all

Better times perhaps await us who are now wretched.

  • await

Consider what each soil will bear, and what each refuses.

  • bear

Endure the present, and watch for better things.

  • things

Every sound alarms.

  • sound

Fortune favours the bold.

  • bold

From my example learn to be just, and not to despise the gods.

  • despise

Go forth a conqueror and win great victories.

  • conqueror

He enters the port with a full sail.

  • enters

He like a rock in the sea unshaken stands his ground.

  • ground

I shudder when relating it.

  • relating

If one swain scorns you, you will soon find another.

  • another

In strife who inquires whether stratagem or courage was used?

  • courage

Let not our proposal be disregarded on the score of our youth.

  • disregarded

Myself acquainted with misfortune, I learn to help the unfortunate.

  • acquainted

One man excels in eloquence, another in arms.

  • another

Passion and strife bow down the mind.

  • bow

Perhaps the day may come when we shall remember these sufferings with joy.

  • come

The descent to the infernal regions is easy enough, but to retrace one's steps, and reach the air above, there's the rub.

  • air

There should be no strife with the vanquished or the dead.

  • dead

They succeed, because they think they can.

  • success

Time flies never to be recalled.

  • flies

Veiling truth in mystery.

  • mystery

Want of pluck shows want of blood.

  • blood

Yield not to calamity, but face her boldly.

  • boldly

None but himself can be his parallel.

  • himself

Their rage supplies them with weapons.

  • rage

Persevere and preserve yourselves for better circumstances.

  • circumstances

What region of the earth is not full of our calamities?

  • calamities

If ye despise the human race, and mortal arms, yet remember that there is a God who is mindful of right and wrong.

  • arms

What each man feared would happen to himself, did not trouble him when he saw that it would ruin another.

  • another

The only safety for the conquered is to expect no safety.

  • conquered

I fear the Greeks, even when they bring gifts.

  • fear

From one learn all.

  • learn

Cease to think that the decrees of the gods can be changed by prayers.

  • cease

Fate will find a way.

  • fate

Happy the man who has been able to learn the causes of things.

  • able

But meanwhile time flies; it flies never to be regained.

  • flies

Who asks whether the enemy was defeated by strategy or valor?

  • asks

We can't all do everything.

  • everything

To have died once is enough.

  • died

A fault is fostered by concealment.

  • concealment

Fury itself supplies arms.

  • arms

Who can blind lover's eyes?

  • blind

I have known sorrow and learned to aid the wretched.



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When Virgil was born? Virgil was born on October 15, 70 BC.

Who is Virgil? Virgil biography. Publius Vergilius Maro (also known by the Anglicised forms of his name as Virgil or Vergil) (October 15, 70 BC – September 21, 19 BC) was a classical Roman poet, best known for three major works—the Eclogues (or Bucolics), the Georgics, and the Aeneid—although several minor poems are also attributed to him.The son of a farmer, Virgil came to be regarded as one of Rome's greatest poets. His Aeneid can be considered a national epic of Rome and has been extremely popular from its publication to the present day.

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Arms
Fear
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