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Results for: Urbs Roma in septem collibus,qui Palatium, Aventinum, Esquilinum, Caelius, Viminalis, Quirinalis, Capitalium appellantur,sita est Translations: 1 – 15 / 15 Latin English deliberat Roma, perit Saguntum while Rome deliberates, Saguntum perishes (i.e., while we talk, our allies perish) hic ubi nunc urbs est, tum locus urbis erat here, where the city now stands, was at that time nothing but its site (Ovid) moribus antiquis stat Roma Rome stands by its ancient morals Non uno die roma aedificata est Rome was not built in one day (either) prima urbes inter, divum domus, aurea Roma first among cities, home of the gods, is golden Rome (Ausonius) quot cœlum stellas, tot habet tua Roma puellas there are as many girls in your Rome as there are stars in the sky (Ovid) Roma locuta est. Causa finita est Rome has spoken. The cause is finished Roma locuta est; causa finita est Rome has spoken; the case is settled (St. Augustine) sapientissimus in septem the wisest of the seven (Cicero, said of Thales) septem seven septem convivium, novem convitium seven is a banquet, nine a brawl septem horas dormisse sat est juvenique, senique seven hours of sleep is enough, both for young and old urbs in horto a city in a garden (motto of Chicago) urbs urbis city Veiosque habitante Camillo, illic Roma fuit when Camillus lived at Veii, Rome was there (Lucan)
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