„But silenced now are laws in war: we driven from our homes; yet is our exile willing.“

—  Lucano, livro Pharsalia

Book I, line 277 (tr. E. Ridley).
Pharsalia
Original: (la) Postquam leges bello siluere coactae
pellimur e patriis laribus patimurque volentes
exilium.

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