Praeteritis, Praesentibus, Futurum.
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Praeteritis, Praesentibus, Futurum is the national motto of the Antiquitian Empire and means Past, Present, Future. It represents the endless linear progression of history, while showing that despite collapse and decline,there will always be something great to look forward to as history is cyclical in nature and another great nation will ascend to power. And we are always there; the ancients recorded achievement as best they could, our achievements are now chronicled in vast archives while historians preserve the ancients achievements, and future civilizations will record their history and all history before it.