STRATAGEMS -- FRONTINIUS, 1, I, 11

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STRATAGEMS -- FRONTINIUS, 1, I, 11

Postby Marcus Minucius Audens » Mon Nov 28, 2016 2:52 am

+++ Lucius Furius, having led his army into an unfavorable position, determined to conceal his anxiety, lest the other take alarm. By gradually changing his course, as though planning to attack the enemy after a wider circuit, He finally reversed his line of march, and led his army safely back without its knowing what was going on.

+++ When Metellus Pius was in Spain and was asked what he was going to do the next day, he replied,”If my tunic could tell, I would burn it.”

+++ When Marcus Licinius Crassus was asked at what time he was going to break camp, he replied: “Are you afraid you will not hear the trumpet?”

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Marcus Audens
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