Poem, no date (1626), Henricus Nollius to Joachim Morsius

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Author: Henricus Nollius
Recipient: Joachim Morsius
Type: Poem
Date: note date (1626)
Place: no place
Pages: 1
Language: Latin
Editor: Edited by Julian Paulus
Source: Nuncius Olympicus, ed. Joachim Morsius, ‘Philadelphia’ 1629, sig. C8r
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Translation: Raw translation see below
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Ad Optimum, Clarissimum & Doctissimum Anastasium Philaretum Cosmopolitam, amicum suum amicißimum.

Non erit in numero sapientum fertur amore
Quicunque in mundum, negligit atque Deum.
Quem Natura, Deus, longa experientia, veris
Jungit Philosophis, verus is esto Sophus.

Henricus Nollius, Doct[or] & Profess[or] Steinf[urtensis].

English Raw Translation

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To the best, most illustrious and learned Anastasius Philaretus, the citizen of the world, his most beloved friend.

He who neglects the world and God, they say,
Can never be counted among the wise.
Nature, God, and long experience have shown
That true philosophers are those truly wise.

Henricus Nollius, Doctor and Professor of Steinfurt.