Jupiter -...

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Jupiter, summoning the gods, instructs them about the policy they are to follow in dealing with the  humans's on-going war. Overruling both Venus and Juno, who argue in favor of the Trojans and the  Latins, respectively, he declares that there is to be no further divine intervention. The war's outcome  must be left to fate. Meanwhile, the fighting outside the Trojans's camp grows more furious, and there are many  casualties on both sides. With a fleet of thirty ships filled with Etruscan warriors and Evander's  forces, Aeneas begins the journey from Agylla to where the battle is being fought. During the night,  before the fleet finally lands near the battle scene, the sea nymphs who were previously Aeneas's  ships approach the fleet. Their leader, Cymodocea, tells Aeneas about the siege of his troops that is  now taking place. When the Trojans see Aeneas arrive in his magnificent armor, they take heart. Turnus and the other 
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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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