„Fear (in times of doubt the worst of prophets)“

—  Públio Papínio Estácio, livro Thebaid

Original: (la) Plurima versat,
pessimus in dubiis augur, timor.
Fonte: Thebaid, Book III, Line 5
Contexto: Fear (in times of doubt the worst of prophets) revolves many things.

Última atualização 4 de Junho de 2020. História

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