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Libellus 9: Rusticus et Hercules

 

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Rusticus et Hercules (Latin)

Rusticus et Hercules: The Farmer and Hercules (Latin and English)

Rusticus et Hercules: Repetite (Latin)

 

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Rústicus et Hércules

Ecce Rústicus!

Rústicus currum habet.

Ecce lutum!

In via est lutum profúndum.

In via lutósa, Rústici currus omnino haeret.

Rústicus valde frustrátus est!

In lutum súbsidit et Deum implórat:

"O Hércules, te implóro: audi mea vota!

"Propítius ádiuva me quod currus meus in luto haeret!"

De caelo Hércules ómnia videt.

Currum in luto videt et rústicum pigrum.

Deus íntonat:

"Nunc surge, O piger, et ágita equum!"

"Currum impélle víribus tuis!"

"Ádmove manus - tum demum Hércules tibi propítius erit."

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Otiósa vota Deus non audit.

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