Towards the end of the fourteenth century Chaucer wrote in a treatise on the astrolabe, an ancient astronomical instrument, that diverse paths lead diverse folk the right way to Rome from this and other references to the many roads to Rome has developed the proverb meaning that a number of persons scientists, perhaps can arrive at one common objective by different means.
Beware of judging people by appearance. An honest man may give the impression that he is the biggest... Read more →
This proverb suggests that beauty is unimportant. Beneath the outward appearance people are all much... Read more →