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With the popularity of our last ten Total War: Rome II quotes, in the spirit of Total War Week, as well as the immortal wisdom of the Classical sages of yesteryear, we figured it might be neat to revisit and regale you all with more witty quips that we’ve found.
10. “The strong did what they could, and the weak suffered what they must.” – Thucydides
9. “Do not disturb my circles.” – Archimedes, last words
8. “Ah! The generals! They are numerous but not good for much.” – Aristophanes
7. “I prefer tongue-tied knowledge to ignorant loquacity.” – Cicero
6. “The secret of all victory lies in the organization of the non-obvious.” – Marcus Aurelius
5. “Better a cautious commander than a rash one.” – Augustus Caesar
4. “Confine yourself to the present.” – Marcus Aurelius
3. “Time, the devourer of everything.” – Ovid
2. “Senators should not have to suffer abuse or foul language, but it is a proper and lawful response if the senator acted first.” – Imperial ruling
1. “Mankind have been created for the sake of one another. Either instruct them, therefore, or endure them.” – Marcus Aurelius