Wednesday, May 06, 2015


Old Age

Rufus of Ephesus, On Melancholy, book I, fragment 17.8 (tr. Peter E. Pormann):
For melancholy is fairly typical of old age, since the old are naturally depressed, little inclined to merriment, and moody. They suffer from indigestion and a lot from flatulence.


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