"Sicut aquæ tremulum labris ubi lumen ahenis
Sole repercussum, aut radiantis imagine Lunæ
Omnia pervolitat latè loca, jamque sub auras
Erigitur, summique ferit laquearia tecti."
“Thus just as in brazen vats of water a trembling beam of light, reflected from the sun or the shining image of the moon, the reflections of light play on all sides, dart up high, and rush to hit the highest ceilings.” (Virgil, Aeneid VIII)
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