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L. Livius mag. omnibus sociis sal.
Hardly a lesson anyone here needs to learn, but still a refreshing reminder of the debt modern civilization owes to the language of Rome: The Hindustan Times’ review of Dr. P. Jones’ new book, Qui pro Quo: What the Romans Really Gave the English Language.
And as a bonus, here’s an endearing article about a young student from Connecticut who has figured this out all on his own! Mirabile!
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