it's supposed to have the inferential meaning of ..like..even in paradise there is death.
Any Latin scholar here who would care to tell me what 'Et in Arcadia ego' means?
Ah, reminds me of good old Brideshead Revisited! Et = and, in = in, ego = I am. Thus it must mean And I am in Arcardia
That's the book I've just started.
Ahhhh, hence explaining why you want the translation!