Wow, Ale-G => that's an amazing OP-Winner!! Fantastic!! Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Alegandron, Feb 14, 2016. sorta a pivotal period in rome's military history. Like you said, his uncle and father were defeated and killed in 211 BC, so at the time the coin was issued, Scipio had just started his campaign against Hannibal's brother. Truscott asks for a day to prepare, which Patton refuses to grant. by Berichter » 16 Jan 2005, 03:35, Post War rarely goes according to a script. (We must dare, and dare again, and go on daring!) I can almost guarantee that there will be further setbacks as the coalition closes on Baghdad. This was the quote of the Prussian king Frederick the Great in one of his military journals, and this is the approach I need to take to looking for a job in the new year. This was the quote of the Prussian king Frederick the Great in one of his military journals, and this is the approach I need to take to looking for a job in the new year. And of course, Patton. " l'audace l'audace toujours l'audace" Didrachmae. ). 225-212 BCE 23.8mm, 6.46g AR Quadrigatus Obv: Laureate Head of Ianus Rev: Iupiter in quadriga driven by Victory ROMA incuse on raised tablet below. by Wm. Something like that. Against the Duke of Brunswick and the invaders, "il nous faut de l'audace, et encore de l'audace, et toujours de l'audace" - "we must dare, and again dare, and forever dare. Page 2 of 2 < Prev 1 2. stevex6 Random Mayhem. L'audace, l'audace, toujours l'audace! I especially love the legend on the incuse tablet; I absolutely LOVE both examples posted!!! [Assemblée legislative, Paris; Sept. 2, 1792]” ― Georges Jacques Danton This is an apolitical forum for discussions on the Axis nations and related topics hosted by the Axis History Factbook in cooperation with Christian Ankerstjerne’s Panzerworld and Christoph Awender's WW2 day by day. If the coin was minted in 220 BC then I think it's unlikely the depiction is of Scipio Africanus or his father. One of Patton’s favorite quotations was from Frederick the Great: “ L’audace, l’audace, toujours l’audace .”. There was the “pint of sweat and gallon of blood” quote, the “good plan executed now” dictum, and “L’audace, l’audace, toujours l’audace!” But here’s the quote that stuck with me the most: “You are always on parade.” Harris » 15 Jan 2005, 22:50, Post Against the Duke of Brunswick and the invaders, "il nous faut de l'audace, et encore de l'audace, et toujours de l'audace" - "we must dare, and again dare, and forever dare." (is that good enough? Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Alegandron, Feb 14, 2016. Feel free to post any of your AR Roman Republics that reflects any pivotal period! Founded in 1999. Post It was the language of his court and many of his writings were in French, not in his native German, a language he disliked. This will be the new theme of my search for a job this summer-boldness, boldness, in all things boldness. Feel free to post any of your AR Roman Republics that reflects any pivotal period! Frederick could not have said the phrase: "l'audace, l'audace, toujours l'audace" because he died before the start of the French Revolution in 1789. Looks like you had a very successful trip. by Berichter » 15 Jan 2005, 00:47, Post ... Oh, and as always => great thread-additions by the usual suspects (great coins) PLEASE! Audacity, audacity, always audacity! by Acolyte » 17 Jan 2005, 13:09, Danton stands out as a master of commanding phrase. Basically it means never give up the iniative to your enemy. I'm very jealous of that great coin-addition, Oh, and as always => great thread-additions by the usual suspects (great coins). I will post the other captures in separate threads. Outstanding coin! (fantastic everything on that baby!!) L'audace, l'audace, toujours l'audace! Danton stands out as a master of commanding phrase. De l'audace, encore de l'audace, et toujours de l'audace definition is - audacity, more audacity, and ever more audacity. Frederick the Great prefered to speak French. However, this capture was one that fit well into my pre-denarii Roman Republic collection... https://www.cointalk.com/threads/rr-victoriatus-2nd-punic-war.269385/page-2#post-2250159, https://www.cointalk.com/threads/anonymous-didrachm-quadrigatus.260624/page-2#post-2256870. Sear 31; Crawford 28/3; Sydenham 64a PLEASE! Ummm, I'm not 100% sure what was pivotal, but buying each of these sweet AR RRs was pivotal in temporarily massaging my coin-addiction!! L'audace, l'audace, toujours l'audace! Friction and the fog of uncertainty have a way of waylaying even the best plan, well executed. " l'audace l'audace toujours l'audace" Here is my recent Quadrigatus addition to the fold... View attachment 477793 Roman Republic Anonymous Issue ca.

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