Guest Post – Mark H Linehan
I thought you might be interested in this picture of rules posted on the outside of the Landhaus (legislative building) in Graz, Austria, where I recently presented an academic paper on the Date-Time Vocabulary. The plaque was posted in posted in 1588 by Archduke Charles of Austria. Among other rules:
You must not draw your sword or your dagger in the building.
The sign itself is called “der Rumortafel”, apparently because it prohibits “Rumors and striking”.
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