Fato prudentia major
MottoFato prudentia major. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, agent an eagle sable preying upon an infant proper swaddled gules banded agent; 2nd and 3rd, three birds untinctured. CrestAn oak tree, thereon aThe correct form of the quotation, which comes from the Georgics of Virgil (P. Vergilius Maro) is fato prudentia major. fato prudentia major
The correct form of the quotation, which comes from the Georgics of Virgil (P. Vergilius Maro) is fato prudentia major.
Fato prudentia maior: literally prudence is greater than fortune , perhaps best translated as better to rely on prudence than luck ? Humani semper contendimus we humans are Feb 02, 2010 Egmont 3. Fato Prudentia Minor Philip Sparke; Symphonic Winds 2009; Konzert im Kursaal Meran am; Dirigent Alexander Veitfato prudentia major How can the answer be improved?