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Hi does anyone knows how to say invictus in icelandic

or old german I know it is latin but perhaps
ther is some kind of word really thanks

Re: Invictus


I don't have a direct answer, but can maybe help a bit...

The motto of the county of Kent in England is Invicta, meaning unconquered. The source of this motto is that the Anglo-Saxons, around the time of the Norman invasion of England (I think it was 1067, the following year), met William the Conqueror and told him that they would agree to his claim of the throne as long as he allowed them to keep their customs. William agreed and hence Kent claimed the motto unconquered.

I have looked for anglo-saxon and haven't been able to find anything, but figured I would post an answer anyway.

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