Hello! I have been exploring my little village here in Portugal, and there's lot's of old christian chapels and buildings. There's a really cool secluded place with a big fountain and really small chapel. In there I've come across a slab with this written on it: QUI FONTEM QUAERIS SITIENS, HIC SISTE VIATOR; ET MENTEM, ET CORPUS DUPLICE FONTE RIGA. I don't have any education with latin, I'm just curious, I did look up each word in a dictionary and tried to translate the first verse, I'm probably way off: For the ones who seek the fountain, the thirst ends here, traveller. I've tried to translate the second verse and got stuck, I can't place the word "duplice" in there. I would appreciate it if somebody translated the slab. Here's a photo that I've taken of the slab: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DbRF8I9xiFd7g-Xn91nLIMNHBxY0GVxm/view Thank you for reading!