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Tattoos philosophical inscriptions

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Everyone knows that Latin was once spoken by the greatest minds of mankind, such as Julius Caesar, Aristotle, Cicero. And this is practically one of the few ancient languages ​​that has survived to this day.

People who fix a certain philosophical wise saying on their bodies try to make sure that the tattoo they have applied does not lose its meaning even after many years.

In addition, this phrase in a language unfamiliar to many people, as it were, hides the meaning and gives the owner of the tattoo a certain mystery. After all, a person was guided by something, choosing this or that philosophical aphorism.

Placement of tattoos with philosophical inscriptions

Usually voluminous quotes like Aetate fruere, mobili cursu fugit (use life, it is so fleeting) or Cui ridet Fortuna, eum ignorat Femida (whom Fortuna smiles, Themis does not notice) are applied by men on the chest, back, sides. Women in the area of ​​the collarbone or lower back.

Photo of a tattoo of philosophical inscriptions on the body

Photo of a tattoo of philosophical inscriptions on the arm

Photo of a tattoo of philosophical inscriptions on the leg