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'They adopted our dressing fashion, and begun wearing the togas; little by little they were drawn to touches such as colonnades, baths, and elegant talks. Because they didn't know better, they called it 'civilization' when it was part of their slavery.”

 Tacitus, from The Agricola

(Panels by Denny O’Neil, Neal Adams, Dick Giordano et al, from Green Lantern/Green Arrow, 1971.)

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"Time is an abyss, profound as a thousand nights. Centuries come and go. To be unable to grow old is terrible. Death is not the worst. Can you imagine enduring centuries experiencing the same futilities each day?"

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