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Unformatted text preview: 4. Daedalus intellegit mare plumas humectare. Daedalus knows that the sea will make the feathers wet. 5. Etiam Daedalus intellegit solem ceram liquefacere. Also Daedalus knows that the Sun will melt the wax. 6. Ergo: Via media erat sola via! Therefore: The middle way was the only way. 7. Piscator, pastor, et agricola Daedalum et Icarum viderunt. A fishermen, a shepherd, and a farmer saw Daedalus and Icarus. 8. Hi homines clamaverunt, &quot;Sunt dei! Homines volare non possunt!&quot; People shouted, &quot;They are gods! Humans can't fly! At first Icarus obeyed his father; then, filled with delight and overcome with pride on account of his own new skill, he no longer observed his father. Alas. The hot sun was very powerful, and the wings of Icarus fell into the sea. Then--Icarus! The wretched father says, 'I am no longer a father.' Daedalus could not find his son who was devoured in the waves. That sea is now called the Icarian Sea....
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