The Aeneid

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Why does Juno hate the Trojans?
The judgement of Paris. The destruction of Carthage. Making Ganymede a cup bearer.
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Who does Juno send to destroy the Trojan fleet? Who stops him? Why?
Aeolus. Neptune; because he was furious that Aeolus had created a storm on the sea without his authorisation.
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What do the Trojans do when they get on land? What does Aeneas do? Why is this so important?
Eat and make offerings to Ceres. Aeneas looks for the lost Trojans. This signifies the honourable pious nature of thr Trojans.
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What does Jupiter tell Venus about the future for the Trojans?
They will land in Lavinium and found a new way of life for themselves. Ascanius will found Alba Longa and Romulus will found Rome. He glorifies the reign of Augustus.
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How do Aeneas and Achates get into Carthage?
Venus disguises herself as a Carthaginian huntress and leads them into Carthage hidden in a thick mist.
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Who does Venus send in place of Ascanius? What is the effect of this on Dido and the epic?
Cupid- he causes Dido to fall in love with Aeneas. Leading to her suicide and the downfall of Carthage in Book 4.
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