'Ante annos, animunque gerens curamque virilem'
Looks to be Virgil, from the Nisus et Euryalus story in book 9 of the Aeneid.
The complete Line/sentence is
nec non et pulcher Iulus, ante annos animumque gerens curamque virilem, lines 310-311
'And handsome Iulus was also there, bearing a mind and manly concern beyond his years'
Care puer, mea sera and sola voluptas
is from the Aeneid as well, book 8, line 581
Not sure about the other one...
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