Latin phrases about peace
Starting with phrase number 26

  1. Requiescat In Pace - Rest in Peace (Inscription on tombs, often abbreviated as RIP)
  2. Rogate quae ad pacem sunt Ierusalem - Pray for those that are for the peace of Jerusalem (Vulgate - Book of Psalms, 122, 6)`
  3. Si vis pacem para bellum - If you want peace prepare for war (The display of military might discourages war - Thank you: Joe Pappalardo - Phrase originally used by the German Empire. It was shortened to "Parabellum" and referred to 9mm ammunition used during WWI. Modern 9mm bullets still retain the "Parabellum" designation - Thank you: E.S.)
  4. Solitudinem fecerunt, pacem appellant - They made a desert and called it peace (Tacitus - Referring to the "Pax Romana" i.e. the destruction of Carthage by Rome)
  5. Summa sedes non capit duos - The maximum power cannot be reached by two (Answer by the Roman Senate to the Carthaginian peace embassy, sent along the captive consul Regulus, after the first Punic War )
  6. Tranquillo enim ut aiunt quilibet gubernator est - So they say, any ruler is useful in peacetime (Seneca - Epistulae morales ad Lucilium 85,34 )
  7. Ubi servitutem faciunt, pacem appellant - Where they encourage servitude, they call that peace
  8. Ubi solitudinem faciunt, pacem apellant - They create desolation and call it peace (Tacitus - Pax Romana i.e. the destruction of Carthage by Rome)
  9. Universi pacem precibus exposcunt - They all asked for peace with their prayers (Livy 1,16)
  10. Vade in pace - Go in peace

Total: 35

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