The Ruin Exceeding our Stockpiles — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE


Ovid, Metamorphoses 7.523–528 “A terrible disease came over our people thanks to angry Juno Who hated us because our land was named after her husband’s mistress. As long as the evil was hidden because it seemed of mortal cause, We tried to fight it with the art of medicine. But the destruction was exceeding our…

The Ruin Exceeding our Stockpiles — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE

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