Aeneid_Pietas_is_the_New_Black

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The Roman Empire ca . 218 BCE
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The Roman Empire ca . 100 BCE
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Julius Caesar
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The Roman Empire ca . 44 BCE
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Augustus
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The Roman Empire ca . 14 CE
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Publius Vergilius Maro
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The Iliad and the Aeneid Side by Side Iliad (Lombardo) 1) Rage: Sing, Goddess, Achilles’ rage, Black and murderous, that cost the Greeks Incalculable pain, pitched countless souls Of heroes into Hades’ dark, 5 ) And left their bodies to rot as feasts For dogs and birds, as Zeus’ will was done. Begin with the clash between Agamemnon - The Greek warlord— and godlike Achilles . Which of the immortals set these two 10) At each other’s throats? Apollo, Zeus’ son and Leto’s, offended By the warlord. Agamemnon had dishonored Chryses, Apollo’s priest, so the god Struck the Greek camp with plague, 15) And the soldiers were dying of it. Aeneid (Fagles) 1) Wars and a man I sing—an exile driven on by Fate , He was the first to flee the coast of Troy, Destined to reach Lavinian shores and Italian soil,
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Unformatted text preview: Yet many blows he took on land and sea from the gods above 5 ) thanks to the cruel Junos relentless rage and many losses he bore in battle too, before he could found a city, bring his gods to Latium, source of the Latin race, the Alban lords and the high walls of Rome. Tell me, Muse , how it all began. Why was Juno outraged ? 10 ) What could wound the queen of the gods with all her power? Why did she force a man, so famous for his devotion , To brave such rounds of hardship, bear such trials? Can such rage inflame the immortals hearts? Troy Sinon Being Led before the Trojans The Death of Laocoon Walls of Troy (Hisarlik, layer vi) Trojan Horse Ascanius and the Omen Federico Baroccis Portrayal of the Escape from Troy Aeneas Carrying his Father out of Troy The Death of Priam Aeneas Route through the Mediterranean...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course CLAS 170 taught by Professor Staley during the Fall '07 term at Maryland.

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