„Jupiter laughs at the false oaths of lovers.“

—  Tibull

Periuria ridet amantum
Bk. 3, no. 6, line 49.
Original: (la) Periuria ridet amantum<br/>Iuppiter.


Periuria ridet amantum<br/>Iuppiter.

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