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25 Cards in this Set

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I-Ora et Labora.
I-Pray and work.
I-Mater Italiae-Roma
I-The mother of Italy-Rome
I-Caleum et terra
I-Heaven and earth
I-E pluribus unum
I-One out of many
I-Labor omnia vincit
I-Work conquers all
II-Retro Satana!
I-mea culpa
II-Get thee behind me, Satan!
I-my fault
II-Natura non facit saltum
I-Anno Dominii, A.D.
II-Nature does not make leaps
I-In the year of Our Lord
II-Magister dixit
I-Semper fidelis
II-The master has spoken
I-Always faithful
II-Repetitio meter studiorum
I-Senatus Populusque Romanus
II-Repetition is the mother of learning
I-The Senate and People of Rome
II-Hannibal ad portas!
I-stupor mundi
II-Hannibal at the gates!
I-wonder of the world
I-ante bellum
I-before the war
II-Errare est humanum
II-To err is human
I-Ever higher!
II-Caveat emptor
I-Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus Dominus Deus Sabaoth
II-Let the buyer beware
I-Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God of Hosts
II-Credo in unum Deum
I-Novus ordo seclorum
II-I believe in one God
I-New world order
II-Arma virumque cano
I-Nunc aut numquam
II-I sing of arms and a man
I-Now or never
II-Ave Caesar-morituri te salutamus
I-Veni, vidi, vici
II-Hail Caesar-we who are about to die salute you
I-I came, I saw, I conquered
II-Hodie Christus natus est
I-Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi.
II-Today Christ is born
I-Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.
II-Non oratorem, non senatorem, sed piscatorem.
I-Rident stolidi verba Latina.
II-Not an orator, not a senator, but a fisherman.
I-Fools laugh at the Latin language.
II-Delenda est Carthago
I-Quo vadis?
II-Carthage must be destroyed
I-Where are you going?
II-Romanus civis sum
I-alma mater
II-I am a citizen of Rome
I-nurturing mother
II-O tempora, O mores
I-Pax Romana
II-O the times, O the customs
I-The Roman Peace
II-Etiam capillus unus habet umbram
I-Miles Christi sum.
II-Even one hair has a shadow
I-I am a soldier of Christ.
II-O, praeclarum custodem ovium lupum.
I-Vox populi, vox dei
II-O, excellent protector of sheep, the wolf.
I-The voice of the people is the voice of god.
II-Dies Irae
I-Signum crucis
II-Day of wrath
I-The sign of the Cross
II-Deo gratias
I-Et tu, Brute?
II-Thanks be to God
I-You too, Brutus?