Molon Labe


Molon Labe Motto Medallion

“He who sweats more in training bleeds less in war”

Spartan Warrior Creed

With great joy we present to you the Molon labe Motto Medallion!

Molon labe, meaning ‘come and take them’, is a classical expression of defiance. According to the biographer Plutarch, the phrase molon labe is attributed to King Leonidas Ι in reply to the demand by Xerxes I that the Spartans surrender their weapons. The exchange between Leonidas and Xerxes occurs in writing, on the eve of the Battle of Thermopylae (480 BC).

Molon labe has historically expressed daring in the face of overwhelming opposition.

The imagery of the Molon Labe Motto Medallion provides a visual representation of an ancient Spartan warrior.

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