Pecunia non olet. Money does not smell.
Attributed. His sonTitus had objected to a tax on the contents of the city's urinals (used by fullers).Vespasian held a coin toTitus's nose, asking him whether it smelled.WhenTitus said no he replied'Atqui e lotio est' ('And yet, it comes from urine'). Quoted in SuetoniusVespasian, 23.
Vae, puto deus fio. Dear me, I must be turning into a god.Vespasian Full Name Titus FlaviusVespasianus