|avi memorantur avorum||my ancestors recall their ancestors (i.e., my ancestral line is long)|
|avi numerantur avorum||I follow a long line of ancestors|
|bellicæ virtutis præmium||the reward of valor in war|
|bivium virtutis et vitii||the two paths (or crossroads) of virtue and of vice|
|etiam fera animalia, si clausa teneas, virtutis obliviscuntur||even wild animals, if you keep them in confinement, forget their fierceness|
|fallit enim vitium, specie virtutis et umbra, cum sit triste habitu, vultuque et veste severum||vice can deceive under the shape and shadow of virtue, when sad and severe in its dress and countenance (Juvenal)|
|genus immortale manet, multosque per annos stat fortuna domus, et avi numerantur avorum||the race continues immortal, and through many years the fortune of the house stands steadfast, and it numbers grandchildren of grandchildren (Virgil)|
|Gloria virtutis umbra||Glory (is) the shadow of virtue|
|gloria virtutis umbra||glory is the shadow of virtue (i.e., its attendant and companion)|
|hac virtutis iter||this is the path to virtue|
|hoc virtutis opus||this is virtue’s work|
|honor est præmium virtutis||honor is the reward of virtue (Cicero)|
|honor virtutis præmium||honor is the reward of virtue|
|huic maxime putamus malo fuisse nimiam opinionem ingenii atque virtutis||we think that what harmed him the most was that he entertained too high an opinion of his own talents and virtue (Cornelius Nepos, said of Alcibiades)|
|laudem virtutis necessitati damus||we give to necessity the praise of virtue (Quintilian)|
|magnorum haud unquam indignus avorum||never unworthy of his illustrious ancestors (Virgil)|
|major famæ sitis est quam virtutis; quis enim virtutem amplectitur ipsam, præmia si tollas?||the thirst of fame is greater than that of virtue; for who would embrace virtue itself, if you take away its rewards? (Juvenal)|
|merces virtutis laus est||applause is the reward of virtue|
|nemo parum diu vixit, qui virtutis perfectæ perfecto functus est munere||no one has lived too short a life who has discharged the perfect work of perfect virtue (Cicero)|
|O fortunate adolescens, qui tuæ virtutis Homerum præconem inveneris||O happy youth, to have Homer as the publisher of your valor (Alexander the Great, at the tomb of Achilles)|
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