Leonardo da Vinci Quote

One who by himself is mild enough and void of all offence will become terrible and fierce by being in bad company, and will most cruelly take the life of many men, and would kill many more if they were not hindered by bodies having no soul, that have come out of caverns — that is, breastplates of iron.


The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci (Richter, 1888) - XX Humorous Writings

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One who by himself is mild enough and void of all offence will become terrible and fierce by being in bad company, and will most cruelly take the...

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One who by himself is mild enough and void of all offence will become terrible and fierce by being in bad company, and will most cruelly take the...

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One who by himself is mild enough and void of all offence will become terrible and fierce by being in bad company, and will most cruelly take the...

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One who by himself is mild enough and void of all offence will become terrible and fierce by being in bad company, and will most cruelly take the...