Smallest Giant (butterballer) wrote in linguaphiles,
Smallest Giant
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simple query

hello. i've been watching this comm for the past two years and i've grown to trust the linguaphiles maintaining it.

i have a simple question. is the latin of "i came, i saw, i conquered" "veni, vedi, vici" like in Julius Ceasar?

i've looked at some sites but some dispute over "vici" for "i conquered" and i'd really love your opinions :)

:) thank you for your time!
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