Publius Vergilius Maro, usually called Virgil or Vergil in English, was an ancient Roman poet of the Augustan period. He is known for three acclaimed works of Latin literature, the Eclogues, the Georgics, and the epic Aeneid. Virgil is traditionally ranked as one of Rome’s greatest poets. His Aeneid has been considered the national epic of ancient Rome from the time of its composition to the present day. Virgil’s work has had wide and deep influence on Western literature, most notably Dante’s Divine Comedy, in which Virgil appears as Dante’s guide through hell and purgatory.
Fortune Favours The Bold.
Love Begets Love, Love Knows No Rules, This Is Same For All.
Do Not Yield To Misfortunes, But Advance More Boldly To Meet Them, As Your Fortune Permits You.
It Is Easy To Go Down Into Hell; Night And Day, The Gates Of Dark Death Stand Wide; But To Climb Back Again, To Retrace One's Steps To The Upper Air - There's The Rub, The Task.
Time Passes Irrevocably.
Trust Not Too Much To Appearances.
Time Is Flying Never To Return.
All Our Sweetest Hours Fly Fastest.
All Things Deteriorate In Time.
Come What May, All Bad Fortune Is To Be Conquered By Endurance.
Endure The Present, And Watch For Better Things.
It Never Troubles The Wolf How Many The Sheep May Be.
Go Forth A Conqueror And Win Great Victories.
To Have Died Once Is Enough.
Time Flies Never To Be Recalled.
But Meanwhile Time Flies; It Flies Never To Be Regained.
We Can't All Do Everything.
O Accursed Hunger Of Gold, To What Dost Thou Not Compel Human Hearts!
If One Swain Scorns You, You Will Soon Find Another.
From My Example Learn To Be Just, And Not To Despise The Gods.
Fury Itself Supplies Arms.
Each Of Us Bears His Own Hell.
They Can Conquer Who Believe They Can.
Confidence Cannot Find A Place Wherein To Rest In Safety.
Better Times Perhaps Await Us Who Are Now Wretched.
Every Man Makes A God Of His Own Desire.
Every Sound Alarms.
He Enters The Port With A Full Sail.
He Like A Rock In The Sea Unshaken Stands His Ground.
What Region Of The Earth Is Not Full Of Our Calamities?
If Ye Despise The Human Race, And Mortal Arms, Yet Remember That There Is A God Who Is Mindful Of Right And Wrong.
Mind Moves Matter.
Who Asks Whether The Enemy Was Defeated By Strategy Or Valor?
As The Twig Is Bent The Tree Inclines.
The World Cares Very Little About What A Man Or Woman Knows; It Is What A Man Or Woman Is Able To Do That Counts.
There's A Snake Lurking In The Grass.
Your Descendants Shall Gather Your Fruits.
Happy Is He Who Can Trace Effects To Their Causes.
The Descent To The Infernal Regions Is Easy Enough, But To Retrace One's Steps, And Reach The Air Above, There's The Rub.
Perhaps The Day May Come When We Shall Remember These Sufferings With Joy.
None But Himself Can Be His Parallel.
Persevere And Preserve Yourselves For Better Circumstances.
What Each Man Feared Would Happen To Himself, Did Not Trouble Him When He Saw That It Would Ruin Another.
The Only Safety For The Conquered Is To Expect No Safety.
Love Conquers All.
I Fear The Greeks, Even When They Bring Gifts.
Cease To Think That The Decrees Of The Gods Can Be Changed By Prayers.
Fate Will Find A Way.
Fortune Sides With Him Who Dares.
Happy The Man Who Has Been Able To Learn The Causes Of Things.