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a fox happened to see a tragic actor’s mask. How beautiful, he said, but it has no brains! (Phædrus)personam tragicam forte vulpes viderat. O quanta species, inquit, cerebrum non habet!
mouth, opening, source / a maskos
no one can wear a mask for very long (Seneca)nemo (enim) potest personam diu ferre fictam
one crime is to be concealed by another (i.e., a crime committed to mask a greater crime) (Seneca)scelere velandum est scelus
our natural countenance comes back, the assumed mask falls off (Petronius)vera redit facies, dissimulata perit
the weeping of an heir is laughter under a mask (i.e., in disguise) (Publilius Syrus)hæredis fletus sub persona risus est
you frighten a lion with a maskleonem larva terres
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