Sallust Quote

To hope for safety in flight, when you have turned away from the enemy the arms by which the body is defended, is indeed madness. In battle those who are most afraid are always in most danger; but courage is equivalent to rampart.


Sallust, Florus, and Velleius Paterculus (ed. 1852)

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To hope for safety in flight, when you have turned away from the enemy the arms by which the body is defended, is indeed madness. In battle those who ...

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To hope for safety in flight, when you have turned away from the enemy the arms by which the body is defended, is indeed madness. In battle those who ...

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To hope for safety in flight, when you have turned away from the enemy the arms by which the body is defended, is indeed madness. In battle those who ...

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To hope for safety in flight, when you have turned away from the enemy the arms by which the body is defended, is indeed madness. In battle those who ...