|I'm pretty sure "E tenebrae lux" means what I want it to, namely "From darkness, light." (As sure as I can be without actually knowing the language, and while using multiple online sources.) But I'm not entirely sure, would "E lux tenebrae" mean "From light, darkness"? Does a comma after lux change the meaning significantly? ("E lux tenebrae" versus "E lux, tenebrae") If so, does "E tenebrae lux" also need a comma? Also, if I'm making any other glaring errors, I would like to know. Thanks in advance!|
Edit: it now occurs to me I may be using the wrong form of tenebrae. I know very little about Latin construction, I'm afraid.
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