Origin of bread and circusesClassical Latin panem et circenses (from Satires, x.80, of Juvenal), in allusion to domestic policy of the Roman Empire
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Origin of bread and circusesTranslation of Latin pānem et circēnsēs a phrase coined by the Roman poet Juvenal pānem accusative singular of pānis bread et and circēnsēs circus games
- Food and entertainment provided by the state.