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Relationes / Symmachus

 
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dc.contributor.author Symmachus, Quintus Aurelius, d. 405
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dc.date.created 384-385
dc.date.issued 1976-01-01
dc.identifier ota:0369
dc.identifier.citation http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/0369
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dc.publisher University of Oxford
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dc.subject.lcsh Speeches, addresses, etc., Latin -- 4th century
dc.subject.other Addresses
dc.title Relationes / Symmachus
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<A AURELIUS SYMMACHUS> <W RELATIONES> <C 1><S 1> quieto mihi et iam pridem a desideriis honorum remoto praefecturam multis cupit+ am sponte tribuistis. ago gratias tot bonorum erga me principum voluntati, sed intellego, quanto plus sollicitudinis habeat magistratus, qui ex iudicio, quam qui ex gratia venit. ille enim ut meritis datus spem sui debet aequare, iste ut per beneficium quaesitus a periculo expectationis alienus est, domini imperato+ res. <S 2> quis ergo me huic honori parem faciet? scilicet vestra clenentia, cuius interest, ne temere existimer electus; mihi ad conscientiam satis est non adfectasse publicam curam. iam qualis inveniar, in manu temporum est; bonos enim magistratus favor principum facit semper que de moribus vestris virtutes iudicium fluunt. <S 3> facite, ut omnes intellegant, si forte desit rectoribus integer vigor et iusta conscientia, hominis culpam esse non saeculi. non sum voti inmodicus, cum honorem meum commendo auctoribus suis. quantum est enim, quod ego . . .

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