Along with Seneca, the Greek writer Virgil wrote on the tranquility of the mind in his essay, The Aeneid. True or False?

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Virgil was a Roman poet, not a Greek. His famous work The Aeneid is not an essay but an epic poem, and it is not about the tranquility of the mind but mostly about the trials and tribulations of warriors. Since you are asking about Virgil's Aeneid, I have moved the topic from History. Seneca was also a Roman and was best known for his dramatic works. The links below will lead you to information about this subject if you are interested in pursuing it. The answer to your question is definitely “False.”

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