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The Bullers Arms inn sign, The Square, Landrake, Cornwall. 1962
The inn sign of The Bullers Arms in Landrake with the Latin inscription Aquila non capit muscas meaning The eagle does not catch flies. Eagles were considered majestic animals in ancient Rome while flies were considered insignificant and a nuisance. The proverb was used to imply that noble or important people of high rank did not have the time or patience to deal with insignificant matters. Photographer: Charles Woolf
TRURI : LAKgv.1
Media ID 15295078
© RIC, photographer Charles Woolf
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