Lexicon:Solvet saeculum in favilla

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Citation: solvet saeculum in favilla
Language: Latin
References: The Hundred Days, page 139
Meaning: the world will dissolve into ashes


Thomas of Celano Analecta Hymnica; the line follows, "Dies irae," the Day of Wrath; see also The Letter of Marque 254.

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