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Quod licet ingratum..........a 554 Satis eloquentiæ..............m 574 Socratem andio............... 538

male fers.................d 527 Sancius ejurat.................e 513 Sola deos æqnat........... ....k 541
- medicoram est........... 506 Scelera impetu, bona..........j 568 Solent men laces.........
- non dedit fortuna. ..p 528 Scelere velandum.............. i 515 — occupationis....... ....... 514
— non potest vult.... .k 555 Scilicit adversis..............9 559 - enprema ........... .... 521
- petit spernit...... .... I 508 - insano nemo...

Solitndinem faciunt....
pulcherrimum... ....c 536 - ut fubvom....... ....p 529 Sperat infestis, metuit...
ratio nequiit... .....i 518 Scinditor incertum...

Sperat quidem animus. ...d 551
satis est cui....

..0553 Scire, deos quoniam...........1 532 Speravimus ista...........
si deficiant ...... ... j 513 - volunt omnes.... ..e 542 Sperne voluptates .......
sit esse velit......

3 Scribendi recte......... .e 575 Spes donare novas.... ... 574
sors feret............ ....e 527 Scripta ferunt annos..... j 875 Statim daret, ne...... ... 531
tavm'st meum'st......... 529, Secrete amicos admone........i 530 Stat magni nominis...

vos jus cogit, id......... ..1 543 ' Secondas res splendidiores....g 529 sua cnique dies...........p 572
do me comqne rapit........ p 553 Seditiosissimus quis.......... Stemmata quid faciunt....... 504

mihi fortunam .......... .0 527 Sed quo fata trahunt..........p 523 Stimulos dedit...
res cunque cadant....... j 570 - tacitus pasci si.......... Strangulat inclusus dolor..... 534
teneam vultus...........m 508' - tamen difficile dictu......j 541 Stulte, quid est..

..... 516
Quoniam diu vixisse .......... 544 - tamen ut faso........... 532 Stultorum eventos........... j 512
- id fieri quod............. .n 560' Segnius homines bona ........ k 553 incurata pudor...

non potest ..............d 512 Se judice, nemo............... 514 plena sunt....... ... 536
Quot homines, tot............. i 551 - non fortunæ sed..........0 629

,0529 Stultum est in lucta........... 565
Quotus quisque philosophorum f 509 Semita certè.................. 571 — est timere............ ... 525

Semper bonus homo..........n 535 Stultus est qui fructus........528
R.

- avarus eget. .............9 572 — labor est..................9 542
Rabiem livoris................6 520 -- enim audivi............. 554 Suæ quemque fortunæ........ A 527
Rara est adeo concordia.......f 504 — enim ex aliis.............k 522

Sua quisque exempla..........
- fides probitasqne........9 573 in fide quid...............r 535 Sua ve mari magno......
Rara temporum felicitate......t 543 Sequitur superbos.............f 540 Sublimi feriam sidera......... 504
Rari nantes in gurgite.........j 563 — que patrem...............h 535 Successus improborum....... 565

quippe boni..............€ 533 Sera parsimonia in fundo..... 526 Sufficit ad id, Natura.......... 563
Raro antecedentem............0 540 - tamen tacitis.............. 558 Sui cuique mores ....... ....0 52

- simul hominibus.........a 528 Seria cum possim.............k 506 Sumite materiam............f 575
Rarus enim fermè.............$ 561 Sermo animi est imago........1 565 Summam nec metuas diem.... 369
sermo illis ................1 564 Sermoni hoic obsonas.........i 56.5

Summa petit livor............ 530
- venit in crenacula ......... 557 Serum est cavendi............n 521 ! Summum crede nefas.........0 336
Ratio et consilium ............n 558 'Servare cives, major .. .....a 553 Sunt bona, sunt..............p 510
- in angustis...... .....c 566 Servetur ad imum......

- lacrymæ rerum........... 567
Rebus in angustis.. .....r 549 Serviet eternum qui... .....c 542

superis sua............... 563
parvis alta................ a 545 Si ad naturam vivas ......... .. 545 Suo sibi gladio................ 541
Redire cum perit. ............ f 550 -- animus est æquus........g 563 | Superanda omnis.............. i 552
Re ipsâ reperi.

j 510 cadere necesse............ 513 Superstitio, in quá........... 566
Rein facias rem.....

.p 527 — fortuna javat............ f 527 Superstitione tollenda........ 566
Repente dives nemo......... 562 - genus humanum ........ 548 Supremus ille dies............u 515
liberalis............ ....

judicas, cognosce.... 541 Suspectum semper............ 555
Respicere exemplar..........

- numeres anno...... 556 Suum cuique decus........... 536
Res est ingeniosa dare.......

.n 531

- possem, sanior essem.....9 53.5 --- cuique incommodum.... 5
— est sacra miser........... - post fata venit............e 523 Suus quoque attributus...... 509
- est soliciti plena .......... — qua voles apte............0547
sacros non modo.........n 559 - quid dictum est...........c 540

T.
- secundæ valent...........t 556 - quid novisti..............d 542 Tacent, satis laudant.......... 53
Ridentum dicere verum ...... a 569 - quis mutuum quid ......g 562 | Tacere multis discitur........
Ride si sapis..................m 519 quoties homines..........b 511 | Tacitum vivit sub. .........
Ridiculum acri .. ......d 562 sine amore, jocisqne......545 | Tale tuum carmen.........
Risa inepto res................ 526 stimulos pugnis .........m 526 Talis hominibus est ....

· veris magna paratur.. ... f 533 Tam deest avaro quod........
S.

vir es, suspice...........6 526 Tantæne animis............. .7 504
Sæpe calamitas................8 523 vis ad summum.......... 3 KOL Tanto brevius omne..........

... 519
creat molles.............. a 511 | vis amari, ama...........p 546 Tanto major famae...........

.. 323
- intereunt aliis.. ..........6 561

- vis me

vis me flere .............. k 550 Tantum religio potuit........
satius fuit................p 539

vultis nihil timere....... f 525 — series junctura........... 575
- stilom yertas.............d 575 Sic canibus catulos ...........9 510 Tarde quæ credita............. 506

tacens vocem .............9 565 - itur ad astra ..............8 637 Tardo amico nihil est.........58
Sæpius locatum...............k 565 præsentibus..............8 519 | Tecum habita, et nôris........ 509

- ventis agitatur.............c 557 vive cum hominibus....... 511 | Te de aliis quam...............1522
Sævis inter se.................d 553 Silent leges inter arma........6 573 Teloque animus.............. 513

pax qnæritar............. 553 Sinceram est nisi vas ......... 571 | Tempore ducetnr... . ..d 648
Savit amor ferri.............9 573 Sine virtute esse..............3 572 | Temporis ars medicina........56%

que animis.................k 559 Singula de nobis anni.........p 567 | Tempus edax rerum...........9 567
Salta bat melius quam ........d 559 | Sit mihi quod.................b 512 ---- in agrorum ...............€ 504
Sapere aude ....................e 574 piger ad pænas...........j 562 Teneris, heu, lubrica .........2 575

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Tenet insanabile..............i 575 - homo est, ita..............j 547 Vir bonus est quir............d 533
Terretur minimo..............r 524 - ignis in aquam...........9509 Viri infelices, procul......... w 549
Tibi nullum periculum........2 515 - natura dedit, sie......... 550 Virtus est medium............4571
Timeo Danaos et..............m 525 --- sæpe summa ingenia.....c 531 - est vitium fugere.........4 571
Timidi est optare.............. 514 - sementem feceris.........t 510 etiamsi quosdam .........9 572
Timor non est diuturnus......f 524 sunt humana, nihil......k 528 - in astra ..................m 513
Tolle moras...................e 518 - vellem his potius.........P 000

in usu sui................2 571
Tolluntur in altum...........k 527 Utendum est ætate............6 568 laudatur et...............2571
Totus hic locus......... .....v 515 Utilium sagax rerum ..........j 553 - vocatur................... 515
Trahimur omnes laudis.......8 555

Virtute ambire oportet........ 548
Trahit ipse furoris............r 504

v.

- retro ire........ ......m 572
Tristia mæstum...............6 503

enim ipsa................m 571
Truditur dies die.............. 567 Vacare culpâ magnum.... ....j 571 | Virtutem incolumem..........v 571
Tua res agitur................ 525 Væ victis...................... 549 - nemo unquam...........1 571
Tu ne cede malis.............. 513 Valet ima summis............1 531 videant...................a 572

si animum vicisti.........a 510 Vana quoque ad..............m 562 Virtutis expers................f 514
Tuo tibi indicio........................ 540 Vanescitque absens, .......... 546 Vita cedat uti conviva.........g 544
Turpe est aliud loqui............ 554 Variam semper dant........... 538 enim mortuorum.........k 548
- est in patriâ.............. 564 Varium et mutabile..........

mutabile...........a 575 ipsa quâ fruimur.........0 544
-- quid ansnrus.............p 535 Velle parum est; cupias..... .h 504 | Vitae est avidus quisquis.....m 560
Turpis et ridicula.............k 503 --- guum cuique........... .v 509 - postscenia................d 511

Velocius ac citius........... .n 570 - summa brevis............h 544
'U.

Velox consilium sequitur.. .d 560 Vitaque mancipio.............3 544
Ubicamque homo est.........0 541 Venenum in auro........ .8 554 Vitam regit fortuna..... ..i 527
Ubl explorari vera ............ u 524 Veni, vidi, vici....

Vitanda est improba...........e 538
- mel, ibi apes.............f 503 Vera laus uni virtuti...... .k 571 Vitiant artus............. ... 549
- plura nitent...... ...... 575 Verba que dicuntur............6 575 Vitia otii negotio.............. 538
- velis nolunt..... ...$ 511 Veritas nunquam perit..... .i 569 Vitium commune omnium...m 503
Udum et mollo lutum. ...u 509 odit moras...............3 569 - fuit, nunc................c 526
Ultima semper.........

-visů et...................m 569 Vivendi recte qui..... .....i 544
talis erit........ ...g511 Veritatem dies aperit. ........k 569 Vivendum est recte....

...b 572
Una salus victis nullam.......9 573 -laborare.................. 569 Vivere est cogitare..... ......k 567
Unde tibi frontem............w 521 · Veritatis absolutus............e 569 Vive sine invidia............,n 544
Undique enim ad inf oros....w 515 --- simplex oratio............1 569 Vivimus exiguo melius........$ 544
Uni æquus virtuti.............$ 571 Verius inopes rerum.........j 554 Vivite felices...............
Unum est levamentum........1 560 Verum illud est vulgo.........a 556 Vivo et regno, simul........... 553
Unus homo nobis.............d518 - putes haud ægrè......... . i 536 | Vixere fortes ante........... ..m 550
t'rbem lateritiam invenit.....n 510 --.ubi plura......

.i 554 Volat ambiguis ............

... i 568
Urit enim fulgore............. f 520 Vetat dominans...............a 516 hora per orbem...........( 567
Usque adeo nulli..............9 518 Vetera extollimus.............2 503 Volu
adeone mori....

... 516 Viamque insiste............... .k 568 Voluptates commendat........1 519
adeone scire.............. 542 Viam qui nescit...............c 558 Vox faucibus hesit..........
Ut acerbum est...............9 538 Victrix fortunæ sapientia.....f 574 Vulgo dicitur multos.........
-adversas res.............. 556 Victuros agimus semper... ...p 505 Vulgus amicitias...........

ameris, amabilis.........d 546 Video meliora proboque....... 509 --- ex veritate................ 556
- desint vires tamen........9509 Vile latens virtus.............p 571 Vulnera nisi tacta...........

.....r 547
- fragilis glacies............t 504 Vino tortus et irâ.............4504 Vulnus alit venis..............10 546

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