S·P·Q·R

29 August, 2016

SPQR, abbreviation for the Latin phrase Senātus Populusque Rōmānus (meaning The Roman Senate and People), is found all over Rome. Without consciously trying, I collected a whole set of SPQRs on my latest trip to Rome. The variety found in just these few makes me want to go back and search out more.




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