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2 Aeneas saved many survivors of the attack of Troy and led them and his family to freedom.

3 Fulfilled his destiny to protect the land that would later become the monumental kingdom of Rome.

4 Pronunciation: ee-nee-uhs / ah-nay-iss Means- “to praise” Roman- Aeneas (Day 138)

5 Being a famous Trojan hero (Day 138) Leadership Devotion Trust

6 He and his wife founding the city of Lavinium (Harmon N/A) 13 altars Now the city of Pratica di Mare

7 His direct descendants built the mighty city of Rome (D’aulaire 186)

8 Anchises is his father ( A Woman 180) Aphrodite is his mother ( A Woman 180)

9 Zeus made Aphrodite fall in love with the mortal, Anchises ( A Woman 180)

10 He was visited by his Father’s ghost (Aeneas. 107) Other Myths However, Aeneas needed further guidance (Aeneas. 107)

11 He then set off to the Underworld with the prophetess Sibyl (Aeneas. 107) Sibyl helped guide him (Aneas. 107)

12 Aeneas found his dad in Elysium (Aeneas. 107) In the underworld, his dad takes him on a guided tour (Kroll-Zaidi N/A)

13 His father reveals “the great Roman race that will spring from his blood” (Kroll-Zaidi N/A)

14 After consulting with his father, he comes back to the land of the living (Aeneas. 107) Aeneas is now content on endearing a long war in Italy to secure the land

15 After leaving the burning city of Troy, Aeneas searched for a new home (McLellan N/A)

16 After seven years of looking, a storm blew them to Carthage (McLellan N/A)

17 Aphrodite became nervous of Queen Dido of Carthage (Aeneas and Dido 184) So, Aphrodite made Dido fall in love with him (Aeneas and Dido 184)

18 Dido “asks him to stay and reestablish Troy in Carthage” (McLellan N/A)

19 A sorceress disguised as the god Mercury (Hermes) sends him a message (McLellan N/A) Aeneas is told to resume his journey (McLellan N/A)

20 He tells Dido that under divine command he must leave (McLellan N/A) “She accuses him of hypocrisy” (McLellan N/A)

21 He changes his mind, but she is too heartbroken to accept his apology (McLellan N/A) Aeneas then leaves and Dido commits suicide (McLellan N/A)

22 His wife was Creusa (Day 138) His son is Ascanius (Day 138) His father was a Trojan Prince (Harmon N/A) His Father is Anchises (Harmon N/A) His wife died getting out Became a legedary king of Latium

23 ancestor of Romulus and Remus, founders of Rome (Harmon N/A)

24 Wed Princess Lavinia (Harmon N/A) Turnus opposed the marriage and Aeneas killed him (Harmon N/A)

25 Allied to King Latinus of Latium (Bulfinch 221)

26 He stars in Henry Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas” opera Plot based on The Aeneid and shows the tragic story of Aeneas and Queen Dido

27 Aeneas Internet & Telephone Leadership Trust "Yield not to disasters, but press onward the more bravely."

28 Stays strong Pushes through disasters Provides safety

29 Aeneas saves survivors Roman Name- Aeneas His leadership to bring his people to safety A tree Secured the land that his descendants founded as Rome

30 Bolton, Lesley. “A Woman in Love.” T he Everything Classical Mythology Book (2002): Gary M. Krebs and Kate McBride ie. Avon, MA: Susan Beale and Michelle Roy Kelly ie, Print. Bolton, Lesley. “Aeneas.” T he Everything Classical Mythology Book (2002): Gary M. Krebs and Kate McBride ie. Avon, MA: Susan Beale and Michelle Roy Kelly ie, Print. Bolton, Lesley. “Aeneas and Dido.” T he Everything Classical Mythology Book (2002): Gary M. Krebs and Kate McBride ie. Avon, MA: Susan Beale and Michelle Roy Kelly ie, Print. Bulfinch, Thomas. M ythology. New York: Dell, Print. D’aulaire, Ingri and Edger Parin. B ook Of Greek Myths. United States, Print. Day, Malcolm Characters From Classical Mythology. Hauppauge, NY, Print. Harman, Daniel P. “Aeneas.” W orld Book Advanced. World Book, Web. 7 Oct . Kroll-Zaidi, Rafil. “Arms and the Poet.” H arper’s (Vol. 314, No. 1882). March 2007: S IRS Knowledge Source. Web. 11 Oct . McLellan, Joesph. “Dido and Aeneas.” T he Washington Post. Apr. 6, 1995: P roquest. Web. 11 Oct .


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