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Appendix 27. Socrates et seruus nequam

 

Parallels: For parallel versions, see Perry 554.

 

Cum seruus nequam Socrati male diceret,

uxorem domini qui corrupisset sui,

idque ille sciret notum circumstantibus,

"Places tibi" inquit "quia cui non debes places;

sed non impune, quia cui debes non places."

 

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