All good Literature rests primarily on insight.
Ordinary men live among marvels and feel no wonder, grow familiar with objects and learn nothing new about them.
Little do we find any Phoenician architecture or plastic art at all comparable even to those of Italy, to say nothing of the lands where art was native.
About the time of the expulsion of the Tarquins from Rome, the Etruscan power had reached its height.
Good writers are of necessity rare.
The order of things established by the Romans in Libya rested in substance on a balance of power between the Nomad kingdom of Massinissa and the city of Carthage.
Insight is the first condition of Art.
The defeat of the Augustan policy, as the peace with Maroboduus and the sufferance of the Teutoburg disaster may well be termed, was hardly a victory of the Germans.
If you feel yourself to be above the mass, speak so as to raise the mass to the height of your argument.
When the Romans in the last age of the republic came into immediate contact with Iran as a consequence of the occupation of Syria, they found in existence the Persian empire regenerated by the Parthians.