from Legonium / @tutubuslatinus
Great example of CI. This is why Twitter is such a great resource for Latin / language teachers.
[taken from this site]
Ius est arts boni et aequi
The Latin on this plaque is great: “The monuments of the architect look down from above throughout the years.” Nice thought, right? The real magic with this Latin phrase is the careful consideration of meter. Shakespeare was a master of iambic pentameter (e.g., “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day”), but for many poets from antiquity, the dactylic hexameter was the weapon of choice. (You can listen to a rather…enthusiastic recitation of it here.) McKim’s plaque, too, follows this metrical pattern. I leave the extra-credit scanning for you budding Latinists out there.
quote above from this site
(apparently also the motto of Connecticut)