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Decorative Tin Plate Sign - Vae Victis!

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Product No.: 0441402518
0441402518 Decorative Tin Plate Sign - Vae Victis!

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Decorative Tin Plate Sign - Vae Victis!
Decorative Tin Plate Sign - Vae Victis!

According to written records, the phrase Vae Victis (Latin for ""Woe to the vanquished!"") was coined by Brennus,
commander of the Gallic army, who defeated the Romans in 390 B.C. and taunted them by demanding a large ransom from them for the
salvation of their city.

This ornamental sign with glossy print is made from tin plate. It features rounded angles, rolled edges and 4 small pre-drilled
holes at the corners for proper fixing.

Dimensions: approx. 20 x 30 cm

Shipping weight: 0.30 kg


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