Primus in orbe Deos fecit timor, says the philosopher; can you disprove it?
Harpsichord, inscribed "Jacobus Kirkman, Londini, fecit 1772."
To him we owe the lines on superstition, beginning “Primus in orbe Deos fecit timor.”
This lantern clock, with brass dial and fine fretwork with floriated design, is inscribed Humphry Mills at Edinburgh fecit.
Primus in orbe Deos fecit timor—It was fear that first suggested the existence of the gods.
The words Corneille fecit are written on the back of the frame by Gaignires himself, who in so doing settled its authorship.
fecit etiam scribi libros plurimos; quos longum esset enarrare.
fecit has laudes ex alio latere catule scriptas et manu, sua scripsit gratias agens Domino de beneficio sibi collato.
You must remember that fecit, made, is often used for consecravit, dedicated.
Cui prodest scelus, is fecit—He has committed the crime who profits by it.