Why this title -
the contrary
of its real original phrase I quote later, wants to be a positive spur to Life. Through this site you can read and see the many aspects, of course, always positive in life. Even when we could deny the harsh reality, there is a positive, being!
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Thanks! R.le Vertaglia)
 
Marechiaro
- Naples (Window)

The imago mortis Plurima Latin phrase, literally translated, means the many aspects of death (Virgil, Aeneid, Book II, v. 369).

Aeneas continues his sad tale to Dido remembers the last night of Troy put on fire by the Greeks. Blood and tears everywhere, bodies pierced with swords and horribly mutilated, the death that night and turned out its many and the most inhumane ways. (http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plurima_mortis_imago)
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