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This bumper sticker is large. . . 3.75"x7.5" perfect for making a bold statement on any surface imaginable. High quality vinyl screen printed design suitable for indoor or outdoor use.
The Greek phrase Molon labe!, meaning "Come and take them" is a classical expression of defiance reportedly by King Leonidas I in response to the Persian army's demand that the Spartans surrender their weapons at the Battle of Thermopylae. It corresponds roughly to the modern equivalent English phrase "over my dead body", "bring it on" or, most closely, "come and get it". It is an exemplary use of a laconic phrase.
Molon labe has been repeated by many later generals and politicians in order to express an army's or nation's determination not to surrender. The motto is on the emblem of the Greek First Army Corps and is also the motto of United States Special Operations Command Central (SOCCENT). The expression "Come and take it" was a slogan in the Texas Revolution.