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October 30, 2008

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dbkayanda

It's a little known fact that Roman oratory and writing was full of highly parallel lists of concepts. Points like

Veni
Vidi
Vici

were actually called "weighted darts," or "plumbata" in Latin. (Unfortunately for Caesar, bullets had not yet been invented.)

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