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Aeneid – Virgil

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Aeneas the True – son of Venus and of a mortal father – escapes from Troy after it is sacked by the conquering Greeks. He undergoes many trials and adventures on a long sea journey, from a doomed love affair in Carthage with the tragic Queen Dido to a sojourn in the underworld. All the way, the hero is tormented by the meddling of the vengeful Juno, Queen of the Gods and a bitter enemy of Troy, but his mother and other gods protect Aeneas from despair and remind him of his ultimate destiny – to found the great city of Rome. Reflecting the Roman peoples’ great interest in the ‚myth’ of their origins, Virgil (70-19 BC) made the story of Aeneas glow with a new light in his majestic epic.


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ISBN 9780140440515
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Aeneid – Virgil

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Written between 29 and 19 B.C., The Aeneid tells the legendary tale of Aeneas, a Trojan who travelled to Italy, where he became the heroic ancestor of the Romans. This epic poem tells the story of Aeneas’ nomadic travels from Troy to Italy, followed by the Trojans’ victorious war against the Latins. Following on from his appearance in The Iliad, Aeneas’ disconnected wanderings and vague association with the founding of Rome were compiled by Virgil into a compelling, epic and fantastical national foundation myth.


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ISBN 9780007934393
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