Ciciero de Imperio- Chapter 31

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testes nunc vero iam omnes atque omnes exterae gentes ac nationes, denique maria omnia, *** universa, tum in singulis oris omnes sinus atque portus.
but now already all coasts, all foreign poeples and countries, finally all seas, both together and on individual shores, and all abys and harbours are witnesses.
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quis enim toto mari locus per hos annos aut tam firmum habuit praesidium, ut tusus esset, aut tam fuit abditus, ut lateret?
for what place in the whole sea throughout these years, has so strong a garrison that it was safe, or so well concealed that it was hidden?
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quis navigavit, qui non se aut mortis aut servitutis periculo committeret, *** aut hieme aut referto praedonum mari navigavit?
who sailed who was not committing himself to the danger of either death or slavery, when he was sailing in a winter storm or in a sea crammed full of pirates?
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hoc tantum bellum, tam turpe, tam vetus,
who would ever have thought that such a great war, so foul, so old,
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tam late divisum atque dispersum quis umquam arbitraretur aut ab omnibus imperatoribus uno anno aut omnibus annis ab uno imperatore confici posse?
so widely seperated and scattered, could be ended either by all the generals in one year, or by one general in all his years?
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quis enim toto mari locus per hos annos aut tam firmum habuit praesidium, ut tusus esset, aut tam fuit abditus, ut lateret?

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for what place in the whole sea throughout these years, has so strong a garrison that it was safe, or so well concealed that it was hidden?

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quis navigavit, qui non se aut mortis aut servitutis periculo committeret, *** aut hieme aut referto praedonum mari navigavit?

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hoc tantum bellum, tam turpe, tam vetus,

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tam late divisum atque dispersum quis umquam arbitraretur aut ab omnibus imperatoribus uno anno aut omnibus annis ab uno imperatore confici posse?

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