"the empire is law
the law is sacred
praise be katosh
and all the divine?"
its so weird, that i actually wanna know what it means. okay thanks
The actual phrase is:
The Empire is Law. The Law is sacred. Praise be Akatosh and all the nine divines.
Akatosh (Dragon God of Time): Akatosh is the chief deity of the Nine Divines (the prescribed religious cults of Cyrodiil and its provinces), and one of two deities found in every Tamrielic religion (the other is Lorkhan). He is generally considered to be the first of the Gods to form in the Beginning Place; after his establishment, other spirits found the process of being easier and the various pantheons of the world emerged. He is the ultimate God of the Cyrodilic Empire, where he embodies the qualities of endurance, invincibility, and everlasting legitimacy.
At the end of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Martin Septim changes into an avatar of Akatosh in order to defeat Mehrunes Dagon in combat in the Imperial City. He is later turned to stone, still trapped as the avatar. This statue can be activated, like a shrine, and gives two extremely long lasting blessings, one of Personality and one of Luck.
The Collector’s Edition include a strategy guide, a making of documentary, and a special edition gold septim coin.
hm, I can't find anything on ebay or on google or on wikipedia - it sounds like it might be a token - if it's written in english - katosh is not a western sounding name at all - nor is that a western sounding motto - if it was truly from another nation - in praising any divine law - such as in islam it would be written in the arabic language not in english - I think it's a token of some sort without having looked at it. What color is it? email me firstname.lastname@example.org - I'M really curious too. LOL - lemme know if you find out.
I believe what you are describing is a coin that was issued in a “Collectors Edition” of a computer game. See if this looks familiar (about halfway down the page)
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