Juvenal (circa 55 – 127 A.D.), also known as Decimus Junius Juvenalis, was a Roman poet. Although nothing is known for certain about his life, he is thought to have been born into a prosperous family and to have spent some time in military service. He is credited with writing sixteen poems in the genre of satire, all discussing a variety of societal and social mores.
Quotes by Juvenal…
Give them bread and circuses, and they will never revolt.
No evil man is happy.
The man with an empty purse can sing before the robber.
Nature never says one thing and wisdom another.