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Cupid  ( kyoo -pihd) The god of love. His mother, Venus, has him inspire Dido with passion for  Aeneas in Book I. Cymodocea  (ky- mah -doh-kee-uh) The leader of the sea nymphs, formerly the ships of Aeneas's  fleet. Deiphobë  (day- ee -foh-bee) The sibyl of Cumae. A prophetess and priestess of the god Apollo, she  predicts the future for Aeneas and accompanies him on his visit to the underworld in Book VI. Diana  (dy- an -uh) The goddess of hunting and protectress of women, especially of virgins like  herself. She favors the warrior maiden Camilla, whose death she avenges in Book XI. Janus  ( jay -nus) A god associated with beginnings, gates, and doorways. In Book VII, Juno throws  open the mighty gates of Mars's temple, of which Janus is the guardian, to signify the official  beginning of the war between the Trojans and the Latins. Juno
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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