monumentum aere perennius

Latin quotation from Horace
mo·​nu·​men·​tum ae·​re per·​en·​ni·​us | \ ˌmȯ-nu̇-ˈmen-tu̇m-ˌī-re-pe-ˈre-nē-u̇s \

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: a monument more lasting than bronze used of an immortal work of art or literature

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