This dice warrior, now in Munich, indigenous the holy place of Aphaea in ~ Aegina, Greece, falls with his shield in hand behind this line from Plutarch.

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These redesigned full color buttons make an excellent classroom prizes or Latin society fundraisers. See added quotes and also order a variety of buttons:P1 Amat victoria curam –Anon.Victory likes careful preparation.This quote about victory is fitting before picture of Rome"s Colosseum.P2 Experientia docet –TacitusExperience teaches.A weathered shaft stands behind this heat from Tacitus.P3 Modus omnibus in rebus –PlautusModeration in every things.An Athenian tetradrachm gives the background because that this quote indigenous Plautus.P4 Saepe summa ingenia in occulto –PlautusOften the best minds lie hidden.Theatrical masks on a roman inn mosaic from the Capitoline museum drive house Plautus"s point.P5 Ipsa scientia potestas est –Sir Francis Bacon?Knowledge itself is power.An open book lies behind this quote, maybe from sir Francis Bacon.P6 non est ad astra mollis e terris via –SenecaThe trip from the planet to the stars is not basic one.Seneca"s words work well through this photo of the Eagle nebula, "Pillars the Creation," recorded by NASA"s Hubble room Telescope.P7 Nihil est...simul et inventum et perfectum –CiceroNothing is at the same time both conceived and also perfected.A bust that Cicero in the Capitoline museum is behind this line from Cicero.P8 Damnant quod no intellegunt –Anon.They guilty of what they do not understand.Together this quote and the Bibliotheca Alexandrina nod to the Library that Alexandria, shed in antiquity.P9 Errare est humanum –Anon.To err is human.Eraser shavings offer as a quite addendum to this quote.P10 Mens sana in corpore sano –JuvenalA sound mind in a sound body.The Pseudo-Athlete that Delos, from the National archaeological Museum in Athens, illustrates this line from Juvenal.P11 Ars longa, vita brevis –Hippocrates—TranslationArt is long, life is short.Raphael"s fresco, "The school of Athens," native the Apostolic palace in the Vatican, help reiterate this Hippocratic translation.P12 Cogito, ergo sum –Descartes—TranslationI think, thus I am.Rodin"s sculpture, "The Thinker," sitting in the garden the the Rodin museum, seems to ponder Descartes here.P13 Sed quis custodiet ipsos custodes? –JuvenalBut that will guard the guards themselves?This heat from Juvenal works well v this picture of soldiers from Hadrian"s tower in Rome.P14 Veni, vidi, vici –CaesarI came, i saw, ns conquered.Nicolas Coustou"s statue that Caesar located in the Louvre Museum is in the background.P15 Virtus et sapientia –Anon.Virtue and also wisdom.This quote is placed before a mosaic the Sappho, located in the Piazza Museo Nazionale in Naples, Italy.P16 Dabit deus his quoque finem –VergilGod will likewise give an finish to this things.This quote from Vergil"s Aeneid looms over these Pompeiian remains, much like mountain Vesuvius in the background.P17 Timeo Danaos et dona ferentis –VergilI are afraid Greeks (even) bearing gifts.The Trojan horse, as viewed on this vase native the historical Museum the Mykonos, stand behind the quote from Vergil.P18 Citius Altius Fortius –Olympics MottoFaster, Higher, Stronger.The motto that the Olympics fittingly placed prior to a laurel.P19 Forsan et haec olim meminisse juvabit –VergilPerhaps someday it will bring pleasure to remember also these things.The heat from Vergil"s Aeneid speak as lot for the epic as it does because that the Gustave Doré paint of Vergil leading Dante, indigenous France"s Musée de Brou.P20 Ego sum rex Romanus et supra grammaticam –King Sigismund the First?I am a roman inn king and over grammar.Pisanello"s portrait that Sigismund of Luxemburg, currently in Vienna, is placed behind a quote, maybe from the king himselfP21 Homo sum; humani nil a me alienum puto –TerenceI am a human being; I think about nothing person alien come me.Leonardo da Vinci"s Vitruvian Man, discovered in the Gallerie dell"Accademia in Venice, is behind this quote by Terence.P22 non omnis moriar –HoraceNot every one of me shall die.The name of the poet resides in this ceiling mosaic native the Library of congress in Washington, DC.P23 Da mihi castitatem et continentiam, sed noli modo –St. AugustineGrant me chastity and also self-control yet not yet.Bottivelli"s painting, St. Augustine in His Study, located in Uffizi, Florence, is paired with this quote native Augustine.P24 Felicitas multos habet amicos –ErasmusProsperity has numerous friends.Hans Holbein"s portrait that Erasmus, at the Louvre Museum, provides a background because that this Erasmus quote.P25 Rex quondam, Rexque futurus –Sir cutting board MaloryThe once and future king.Malory"s words, said to be on the dig of King Arthur, appear here alongside Arthur, as seen on the Christian Heroes Tapestry in brand-new York"s city Museum of Art.P26

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–AugustusMake haste slowly.The picture of this mosaic native the residence of the Trident in Delos has, because antiquity, shown this oxymoronic adage.P27
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–St. PaulI have fought the great fight.This Valentin de Boulogne painting, Saint Paul creating His Epistles, indigenous Houston"s Museum of well Arts, is paired v a heat from St. Paul.P28
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–AeschylusLearn despite suffering.This picture of Laocoon indigenous the Pio Clementino Museum in ~ the Vatican is fitting behind this Aeschylus quote.P29
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–PlutarchSon, come house with your shield or top top it.This dice warrior, currently in Munich, indigenous the holy place of Aphaea at Aegina, Greece, falls with his shield in hand behind this heat from Plutarch.P30
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–ThalesKnow thyself.

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This quote indigenous Thales is combine with photo of the continues to be of the holy place of Apollo in ~ Delphi.