A Canto dos Vencedores (Song of the Victors) is the national anthem of the Supreme Union of Circenses. Composed immediately after the end of the rebellion, the song glorifies the armies who stayed loyal to the government and established the nation of Circenses after the rebels' defeat. It is written in the Novolusitanic language, which refers to the mix of Spanish and Portuguese that is spoken in Circenses.
¡Gloria ao Circenses, Unión Suprema!
Fuerte en la Batalla, vitória a noz
Viva la exército, protegé la paz
Lucha por La Unión, permanece para sempre.
Seu povo era fiel, contra as traidores
Levantó la bandera, no aire voa
Provocou a derrota de los rebeldes
Nunca caer ves más, muy fuerte y alto
¡Viva as pessoas que mantuvo la ley!
Esculpido na historia y muito honorado
Treinta-tres y Providencia, junto de uno
Todo el pueblo chanam <<Summum Circenses Aeternum>>
Glory to Circenses, supreme union!
Strong in the war, victory to us
Long live the army, protect the peace
Fight for The Union, it will remain forever more
Her people were faithful against the traitors
They raised up the flag, in our sky it flies
Caused the downfall of the rebels,
It will never fall again, very strong and tall
Long live the people who kept to the law!
Carved into history and greatly honored
Thirty-three and Providencia, together as one
All of the people call out "Circenses, Forever Supreme"!