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Aeneas, the hero of Virgil, visits a temple (in Carthage). He stops, petrified, in front of a decoration representing the Trojan War - which he lived through. His eyes fill with tears as all the memories thrown before him take on an unexpected weight. He then said: "Sunt lacrimae rerum et mentem mortalia tangunt." [There are tears in these things that move the hearts of mortals].