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23:09 Dec 15, 2010
Latin to English translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature
Latin term or phrase: Ita enim a patribus.....
Ita enim a patribus maioribusque nostris didicimus ut magis virtute bellum geramus
quam insidiis. Quod si contra nos tuum exercitum ducas, non solum salutem tuam, sed etiam honorem populi Romani certe amittas."
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5For thus did we learn from our fathers and forefathers to wage war with courage rather than with an
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For thus did we learn from our fathers and forefathers to wage war with courage rather than with an


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For thus did we learn from our fathers and forefathers to wage war with courage rather than with an ambush. But if you should lead your army against us, you would surely lose not only your safety, but also the honour of the Roman people.


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