7-Aeneas and Orpheus

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Lecture 7: Aeneas and Orpheus September 13, 2010
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Aeneas Founding of the Roman people by Aeneas, founding of the city of Rome by Romulus The emperor Augustus (31 BCE-14CE)
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Source: The Aeneid by Virgil The Trojan War and Aeneas Escape from Troy, with father Anchises (Venus was his mother) Aeneas carries Anchises out of Troy. On the left, his son Ascanius. Roman wall painting from Pompeii, 1 st century CE.
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Voyage to Italy; Queen Dido in Carthage Carthage Troy Rome The Suicide of Dido. Roman Illustrated manuscript (The Vatican Vergil). 4 th century CE
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Aeneas in The Underworld: The Realm of Pluto and Proserpina Purpose of the visit-Learn the future, find his father Location- Lake Avernus in southern Italy The Guide-the Sibyl of Apollo
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The Golden Bough the twin doves, the cave Sir James G. Frazer Studied the cult of Diana at Nemi Poster, 20 th century
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Personnel Evils (Cares, Disease, etc.) Monsters (Centaurs, Medusa, Scylla, the Hydra) The Nine Rivers: Acheron, Styx, etc. Charon and the ferry
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7-Aeneas and Orpheus - Lecture 7: Aeneas and Orpheus...

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