„Serpents, thirst, burning-sand – all are welcomed by the brave; endurance finds pleasure in hardship; virtue rejoices when it pays dear for its existence.“

—  Lucano, livro Pharsalia

Book IX, line 402 (tr. J. D. Duff).
Original: (la) Serpens, sitis, ardor harenae
dulcia virtuti; gaudet patientia duris;
laetius est, quotiens magno sibi constat, honestum.

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