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Rex nunquam moritur

The Latin phrase “Rex nunquam moritur” translates to “The king never dies.” This phrase means that even if a monarch dies, the institution of kingship continues to exist. This is often symbolized by the succession of heirs or the continuity of the monarchy itself. Additionally, it can represent the idea that a king’s influence can persist long after their death, leaving a lasting legacy.

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