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To high places by narrow roads....



To high places by narrow roads.



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Note



Latin: per angusta ad augusta




Translation

Translation

(Latin, French, German)



Latin
Per angusta ad augusta

French
Vers de grandes choses par des voies étroites.

German
Durch die Enge zum Erhabenen.




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