Latin Quotes, Sayings, Tattoos, Phrases & Mottos

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Discite iustitiam moniti et non temnere divos!

I forgot to mention in the previous post that someone referred to the "Quod nutrit" motto as being Virgilian... Well, this one is truly from Virgil - A 6.620.

Discite iustitiam moniti et non temnere divos! - Having been warned, study justice and learn not to despise the gods!

This line appears over the entrance to old Law Courts (Blue Boar Street, Oxford). Here is a great article about this line:

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