So that great ideas do not perish from the minds of men.
When Lycurgus had regulated the government, he undertook a task more arduous than any of the fabled labours of Hercules.
A man who neglects what is actually done for what should be done moves towards self-destruction rather than self-preservation
The rise and fall of Spartan hegemony, and the collapse of Classical Greece.
The war between Athens and Sparta offers a unique look at the poles of human experience.
Man was born free, and he is everywhere in chains.
An Appeal to Heaven
All lazy nations are grave; for those who do not labor regard themselves as the sovereigns of those who do.
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