Under which head do you class those who are at sea?
Having been asked whether the dead or the living were more numerous., as quoted in The Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers by Diogenes Laërtius, as translated by C. D. Yonge, (1853), "Anacharsis" sect. 5, p. 48
These decrees of yours are no different from spiders' webs. They'll restrain anyone weak and insignificant who gets caught in them, but they'll be torn to shreds by people with power and wealth.Anacharsis
The forum [is] an established place for men to cheat one another, and behave covetously.Anacharsis
My country is a disgrace to me, but you are a disgrace to your country.Anacharsis
Better to have one friend of great value, than many friends who were good for nothing.Anacharsis
A vine bears three grapes, the first of pleasure, the second of drunkenness, and the third of repentanceAnacharsis