|the emperor is in the Church, not above the Church (St. Ambrose)||imperator … intra ecclesiam, non supra ecclesiam est|
|(fem. sing. acc.) (the church), WHICH the Lord loved||quam|
|a lengthy and momentous letter came from Capri (Juvenal, in reference to Emperor Tiberias’ missive from his residence at Capri condemning Sejanus in 31 CE; also rendered derisively as “a grand and wordy letter from Capri”)||verbosa ac grandis epistola venit a Capreis|
|a temple or church with the land around it||fanum|
|an emperor ought to die standing (i.e., at his post) (Vespasian)||decet imperatorem stantem mori|
|an itch for disputation is the mange of the Church (Henry Wotton, reputedly said of King Charles)||disputandi pruritas ecclesiarum scabies|
|by this sign (the Cross) you will conquer (Emperor Constantine’s vision at the Battle of the Milvian Bridge, 312 CE, which inspired the Chi-Rho, XP, monogram, the labarum)||in hoc signo vinces|
|commander in chief, general, emperor||imperator|
|for Christ and for the Church||Christo et Ecclesiæ|
|for Church and Pope||pro Ecclesia et Pontifice|
|for God and the Church||pro Deo et Ecclesia|
|for the Church and the country (motto of Trinity College)||pro Ecclesia et patria|
|for the Church, for Texas (motto of Baylor University)||pro Ecclesia, pro Texana|
|friends, I have lost a day (Emperor Titus, as quoted by Suetonius)||amici, diem perdidi|
|hail Cæsar, those (or we) who are about to die salute you (Suetonius, a salutation of the gladiators to the Roman emperor)||ave Cæsar, morituri te salutant (or salutamus)|
|he seemed much greater than a private citizen while he was a private citizen, and had he never become emperor everyone would have agreed that he had the capacity to be emperor (Tacitus, said of Emperor Galba)||major privato visus dum privatus fuit, et omnium consensu capax imperii nisi imperasset|
|he would have been universally deemed fit for empire, if he had never reigned (Tacitus, said of Emperor Galba)||omnium consensu capax imperii, nisi imperasset|
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