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Dongare Ka Balamreet Advertisement Print 1850 - 14.5in x 10.5in

Dongare Ka Balamreet Advertisement Print 1850 - 14.5in x 10.5in

Vincit qui se vincit. He conquers, who conquers himself... or "Imperare sibi maximum imperium est" which means 'To rule yourself is the ultimate form of power.'

Vincit qui se vincit. He conquers, who conquers himself... or "Imperare sibi maximum imperium est" which means 'To rule yourself is the ultimate form of power.'

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The first stained glass window seen in the prologue has the Latin phrase ‘vincit qui se vincit’, which means, in a subtle prefiguring of the arc of the whole story, 'He conquers, who conquers himself’.

The first stained glass window seen in the prologue has the Latin phrase ‘vincit qui se vincit’, which means, in a subtle prefiguring of the arc of the whole story, 'He conquers, who conquers himself’.

"Vincit qui se vincit" Latin saying at the beginning of Beauty and the Beast

"Vincit qui se vincit" Latin saying at the beginning of Beauty and the Beast

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The Latin phrase “Vincit qui se vincit,” which appears on the stained glass at the beginning of the movie, is basically the moral of the story: It means “He conquers who conquers himself.” | 17 Little But Mind-Blowing Details You Missed In "Beauty And The Beast"

17 Little But Mind-Blowing Details You Missed In "Beauty And The Beast"

The Latin phrase “Vincit qui se vincit,” which appears on the stained glass at the beginning of the movie, is basically the moral of the story: It means “He conquers who conquers himself.” | 17 Little But Mind-Blowing Details You Missed In "Beauty And The Beast"

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