that’s definitely a russian peasant on the right
It’s supposed to be Father Time with his scythe lol
Amor Omnia Vincit, not Amor Vincit Omnia. Just thought you might want to know.
Actually, it can be either or. Unlike English, Latin syntax is based upon the conjugation of the base word form and not the actual arrangement of the words themselves. Therefore, the subject, verb and direct object/ indirect object can be placed anywhere in a Latin sentence, just as long as each is presented in the proper form that conveys the desired message. Thanks for the concern tho! : )
Ah, well that works! Sorry!
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