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The phrase is Latin for "The die is cast." This is what Julius Caesar said on January 10, 49 BC as he crossed the river Rubicon in Norther Italy as he prepared for a long civil war with the Roman Senate and its allies.
Julius Caesar: Alea iacta est
Suetonius: hmm
by Coronasfinest87 July 25, 2006
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