How many things served us yesterday for articles of faith, which today are fables for us?
Combien de choses nous servoyent hier d’articles de foy, qui nous sont fables aujourd’huy? Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592)
I have seen the truth and it makes no sense.
If history is written by the victors, legend is at the service of the vanquished.
Steve Roud (1949- )
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