Ennius, Annals 1.103
Another fragmentary poet from the early days of Roman literature, and another much-quoted line. Donatus, for example, gives it as an example of what we would call alliteration, a feature for which Ennius’ work was particularly noted.
o Tite tute Tati tibi tanta, tyranne, tulisti!
O Titus Tatius, you tyrant, you yourself took upon yourself such troubles!