Sapere Aude - Latin , "Dare to Know".
A blend of modern and classical, this regal black and gold monogram inspires an everlasting thirst for knowledge and self-improvement. The phrase "Sapere Aude" was originally used by the Roman poet Horace in his first book of Epistles and comes from the verse "He who has begun is half done: dare to know, dare to begin!"
This monogram was designed as a gift for a graduating Arts major with
symbols of theatre and song.
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