„It is outrageous that a strictly abstemious reader should sit in judgement on a poet a little drunk.“

—  Decimus Magnus Ausonius, Iniurium est de poeta male sobrio lectorem abstemium iudicare. Griphus Ternarii Numeri, "Ausonio Symmacho"; translation from Helen Waddell The Wandering Scholars ([1927] 1954) p. 37.
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