tempore et assidvitate

By ritter, in 'Latin to English Translation', May 7, 2019.

  1. ritter New Member


    I bought a beautiful copper engraving of count Gustav Otto Stenbock (link to the engraving is here: http://portraits.hab.de/werk/22496/bild/) and on the laurel it says "Tempore et assidvitate".

    Could somebody help me translate this phrase, as Google Translate didn't get me anywhere?

    Any help is much appreciated.
  2. Hemo Rusticus Tom Bombadillo

    • Civis Illustris
    'With time and diligence'

    Presumably, the full sentiment is 'With time and diligence... (anything can be achieved)', or something like that.
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  3. ritter New Member

    Fantastic! Thank you, Sir.
  4. Hemo Rusticus Tom Bombadillo

    • Civis Illustris
    No problemo, 'migo. :D
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