Et in Arcadia Ego c The painting also known as The Arcadian Shepherds shows a Greek mythological scene in which a group of shepherds inspects an inscribed coffin Et in Arcadia Ego has variously been translated as I too in Arcadia I am also in Arcadia or I am even in Arcadia One interpretation of the meaning is that the person buried in the tomb has lived in Arcadia that is the dead person once enjoyed the pleasures of life on earth
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