Latin quotes by Cato the Elder

Cato the Elder (234-149 BC), Roman Soldier, Statesman and Orator

Marcus Porcivs Cato Censor

His works include De Agri Cultura (2) (3), Origines and Orationes (2)

  1. Animus in consulendo liber - Free spirit to decide (Cato the Elder - Motto of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization - NATO)
  2. Ceterum censeo Carthaginem esse delendam - I certainly claim that Carthage must be destroyed (This is how Cato the Elder finilized his speeches - Also with Delenda est carthago and Praeterea censeo ... )
  3. Delenda est Carthago - Carthage must be destroyed (This is how Cato the Elder finalized his speeches - Also with Ceterum censeo Carthaginem esse delendam and Praeterea censeo ... )

Total: 3


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