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Aut Caesar, aut nihil[kemmañ]
- Keit da venegiñ ul levr em eus meneget al levr orin, ha neket un droidigezh ; s.o. Google books.
On 18 August 1498, Cesare put off his cardinal’s robes. A magnificently wrought parade sword he had made earlier that summer symbolized his new personal ambitions for it was decorated with scenes from the life of Julius Caesar with whom Cesare identified. Cesare, who always signed ’Cesar’, the Spanish form of his name and and the one closest to the Roman original, was later to adopt as his motto ’Aut Cesar aut nihil’: ’Either Cesar or nothing’.
Degas a rin an deveenn-mañ da dud en:, c’hoant am eus gwelout o respont. Huñvreüs (kaozeal) 23 Gou 2019 da 17:09 (UTC)