Fortis Fortuna Adiuvat or Fortune favours the bold is the translation of a Latin proverb. It was used in Terence’s play Phormio, line 203. Pliny the Younger quotes his uncle, Pliny the Elder, as using the phrase when deciding to take his fleet and investigate the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79, in the hope of helping his friend Pomponianus.
It is a badass military slogan. Cool t-shirts for anyone who love boldness and bravery symbol. The artwork use the Latin slogan and roman soldier helmet symbol. Great manly t-shirt to wear on any field duty, gym, fitness, outdoor sports, enduring physical activities, hunting, hiking, and more.