The beginning of Vergil's Aeneid, in Latin "Arma virumque", the two themes of that poem. (Many scholars say that the arms correspond to the Iliad, while the man corresponds to the Odyssey, so that Vergil is claiming to have incorporated the ideas of both Iliad and Odyssey into his poem. There are good reasons for accepting this interpretation.)

Also, the title of a play by George Bernard Shaw.

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