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Chinga Plus
9 3 1 United Kingdom
30 Sep 2019 11:25AM
Excellent image, well seen...
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Toobi_Won 8 77 7 England
30 Sep 2019 11:36AM
Bene vidisti: PetrusWink
(Harry Potter Latin primer)
JuBarney Plus
8 33 4 United Kingdom
30 Sep 2019 1:09PM
A good find and fine shot: enough to stop one in your tracks
Ju
gratias omnibus do Smile
GeorgeP Plus
12 55 23 United States
30 Sep 2019 6:36PM
Excellent - and so much more refined than the standard "Beware of the dog". Only trouble is that not many Texans around here have Latin as a second language.
30 Sep 2019 6:37PM
Well observed and cracking shot. SmileSmileSmile
dudler Plus
16 971 1533 England
30 Sep 2019 7:28PM
Or as they say in Ankh Morpork, 'Fabricate Diem, Pvnk'...
Toobi_Won 8 77 7 England
30 Sep 2019 7:31PM

Quote:Excellent - and so much more refined than the standard "Beware of the dog". Only trouble is that not many Texans around here have Latin as a second language.

Do they have English as first, George?Wink
....getting coat
As ever you are all very kind. Thank you.

regards
Peter
Dog Latin George P
GeorgeP Plus
12 55 23 United States
30 Sep 2019 11:50PM

Quote:Dog Latin George P

I got as far as Latin lessons that had something about "amo pluellea and mensa" and always thought my education was stunted.
GeorgeP Plus
12 55 23 United States
1 Oct 2019 12:07AM

Quote:
Quote:Excellent - and so much more refined than the standard "Beware of the dog". Only trouble is that not many Texans around here have Latin as a second language.

Do they have English as first, George?Wink
....getting coat


Well, here in Texas we do have a few contenders. After all, in Texas history, we have those six flags that flew over the area: six nations that have had sovereignty over some or all of the current territory of the state of Texas: Spain (1519–1685; 1690–1821), France (1685–1690), Mexico (1821–1836), the Republic of Texas (1836–1845), the Confederate States of America (1861–1865), and the United States of America (1845–1861; 1865–present). I guess, in that lot, English is current, but there is a deep Spanish history and language reservoir. Sadly, my Spanish is only slightly better than my Latin.
LinH Plus
11 18 United Kingdom
1 Oct 2019 1:33PM
I have the same tile on my gate bought from Pompeii whilst on holiday,

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