SPQR: Latin translations
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I decided to make a post with all the Latin and Greek translations for each part of SPQR, because people expressed having trouble with the mouseover text enough times to make me wary. Posting it to AO3 would screw with the order of the parts (I might repost this there when it's all done, but that's. A long time into the future...), so I figured here would be best. Latin/Greek and their English translation will simply be listed, I'm afraid any more context will just be way too much work for me. Common terms or words used in isolation will be translated once when they first appear, and then ignored for the rest of the series; you can ctrl-f in this post if you need to check the word again.

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SPQR - Notes
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Explanatory notes for SPQR, for those interested in the working of my (our, in some cases) mind.

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Concertos and Blackmail -- The Concerto
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Again, to anyone whose friends page was just recently flooded by this posting -- I'm really, really sorry. DD8

Anyway. Hence follows an explanation of the concerto in part six and some musical influences, because, judging by what happened last time, people will ask.

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Concertos and Blackmail, part 14 (END)
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Concertos and Blackmail, part 13
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Concertos and Blackmail, part 12
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Concertos and Blackmail, part 11
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Concertos and Blackmail, part 10
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Concertos and Blackmail, part 9
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Concertos and Blackmail, part 8
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