Tuesday, April 10, 2018


Real Estate

Pliny the Younger, Letters 3.19.5 (to Calvisius Rufus; tr. Betty Radice):
But the chief point for consideration is this. The land is fertile, the soil rich and well watered, and the whole made up of fields, vineyards, and woods which produce enough to yield a steady income if not a very large one.

iam, quod deliberationis nostrae caput est, agri sunt fertiles pingues aquosi; constant campis vineis silvis, quae materiam et ex ea reditum sicut modicum ita statum praestant.

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