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There were other smaller items, too, which either offered no materials, or did not pertain to the work. I do not feel that I have wandered impertinently into this little digression, since scholars will greater uikayeleri, reverence, and delight in the dolphin and anchor device when they know what famous men authored it and understand its significance, and last, when they remember the great good the Dolphin promises them, if only God will assist and favor these beautiful attempts.

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Now the numberless crowd of printers has thrown everything into confusion, especially in Germany. The adjoined written interpretation explains that the circle stands for eternal time, as a circle has no beginning or end.

Pema kakos geiton, hosson t’ eus meg’ oneiar. The impression stamped on the coin was like this. What, indeed, can I say about his unbelievable power?

I hikayelerri not believe that this symbol was so illustrious when it was stamped on the imperial money and carried around to be rubbed by the fingers of merchants, than now when it has been printed on the title-pages of books of all sorts, in both languages, among all nations, even those beyond the borders of Christendom. If you weigh carefully the force and the sentiment of our proverb, lk succinct brevity, how fertile it is, how serious, how beneficial, how applicable to every activity of life, you will easily come to the opinion that among the huge number of sayings you will find none of greater dignity.


But we call infinite time “eternity,” and eternity corresponds to eternal motion.


Some even say it loves boys [ paiderasten ], and for this reason it is a deadly enemy to the crocodile, which hates human beings more than any other animal. When Augustus heard this he replied that Athenodorus himself ought to have used that method and learned the art of keeping quiet, and on that pretext he detained Athenodorus a whole other year with him. This evil will be eradicated biogelik princes and magistrates take care that good-for-nothing people, who are the ones who stir up these mercenary print-wars, should be checked as far as possible.

Careers The world has enough talkers. Laoi t’ epitetraphatai kai tossa memele.

If they judged something worthy of the name of wisdom, the Egyptians wrote it down in pictures of various animals, so that not everyone could guess the significance. We do not have to elaborate words, if it fits in actuality.

Or at least we ought to have him speaking Latin as he spoke in Greek. And he finally compares them to the wind, or rather to a whirlwind or hurricane: If only they contributed some little portion of this money, so shamefully wasted, to the public good, or to their own glory, or both together!

The writer of mimes, Publianus, I believe, plays with this idea similarly: In relation to the beginning, the middle elements are ends; in relation to the end, beginnings. How bright a light would shine in sacred studies, if we had such a teacher as Chrysostom complete, in Greek, and emended?

Because of this he locates reason in the brain, as a palace assigned to it. And on this point the laws lie asleep. Nadim Macit 1 Prof. Smart technologies for cleaner and greener Would you buy a bowl of carbon dioxide pasta? He [] also compares them to a dart: When the UK Government decided to introduce competition into the English non-household water market, it I felt the kind help of certain people who were unknown to me either by face or name.


Rushed along by my reckless boldness, we went far beyond this: Thus, the dolphin is not afraid of man, but comes right up to ships. Bishops and priests would keep their honor.

You should make long preparations for a war, so you can win it more quickly.

Thus the ancients correctly intended the anchor entwined by the dolphin to mean that the one quality must be tempered by the other in the same way Plato believes the soul may be trained by mixture of music and athletics, if they are practiced together.

It is from Chaeremon’s books, I suspect, that the examples of this kind of hieroglyphic writing which we have just seen were excerpted, and along with these there was also this picture. There are minds which need spurs and those which need bridles. How much greater a posthumous reputation would he achieve by the way we have described? If you consider the extension of a straight line, you will find two points, of which one is simply the beginning, and the other the end.

If some god, a friend to literature, were to look kindly on these beautiful and kingly wishes of our Aldus — and if malevolent spirits let him be — within a few years I could promise there would be available to scholars in all fields of study whatever good authors are extant in four languages, Latin, Greek, Hebrew, and Chaldean, and that students would have each one of these works in full and correct text, and no one would lack for the least crumb of the feast of literature.

Furthermore, people pile heap on heap of praise upon those who by their prowess defended their countries or merely extended their boundaries, even though these heroes were engaged in a merely secular affair and in a narrowly limited field.