Caecilius Statius Quotes:- Statius Caecilius, also known as Caecilius Statius ( c. 220 BC – c. 166 BC), was a Roman comic poet contemporary, and intimate friend of Ennius, according to tradition he was born in the territory of the Insubrian Gauls, probably in Mediolanum, and was probably taken as a prisoner to Rome (c. 200), during the Roman-Gallic wars. Originally a slave, he assumed the name of Caecilius from his patron, probably one of the Metelli.
Inspirational Caecilius Statius Quotes
“Fear created the first gods in the world.”
“He plants trees to benefit another generation.”
“The whole world is a man’s birthplace.”
“Grant us a brief delay; impulse in everything is but a worthless servant.”