POETRY ON THE WALLS OF POMPEII


POETRY ON THE WALLS OF POMPEII; If the refinement of a people or, in a broad sense, of its civilization is also measured by her poetic sensibility, Pompeii found paradoxically in the misfortune that on her the privilege of preserving imperishable memory of the spiritual richness of his people and, in particular, of those “street artists” who then as today were destined, often undeservedly, to be forgotten. By Armando Polito 

SI PUDOR IN VITA QUICQUAM PRODESSE PUTATUR LUCRETIUS HIC FRONTO DIGNUS HONORE BONO EST
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If you believe that modesty in life is beneficial to something this Lucretius Frontone is worthy of good honor
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