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Caesaris Caesari

The Latin phrase “Caesaris Caesari” translates to “To Caesar, Caesar”. This phrase is frequently used to indicate that someone is acknowledging their own achievements or contributions and believes that they deserve the accolades or honors being bestowed upon them. It can also be seen as a reminder to give credit and respect to those who have earned it. The repetition of the name “Caesar” serves to emphasize the importance of recognizing one’s own accomplishments. This expression has been widely used in various contexts throughout history.

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