The Trojans were carried by the storms to the town of Carthage. The Goddess Juno, the queen of the
sky, stirred up the storm; for Juno was the eternal enemy of Aeneas and the Trojans, she was always a
friend to Dido and the Cartheginians. And she swooped
4. Aeneas and Dido will be equal in fame, and the Romans will not bring slaughter and death to Africa.
7. As he stood before the altar, he called to his father: Father do you have no help for me?
10. Immediately Jupiter called the messenger o
Bella.video! - War, I see horrible war!
Omnes.tuo. - All equal, we are all offspring of the gods and worthy of your help.
Causa.Achilles. - The cause of the war will be a second Helen, and there will be a second Achilles.
Deinde.nigra. - Next standing bef
Lucius: Now Marcus, you aren't going back to the fields are you? For a long time, you were working in
the town so now you are tired.
Marcus: Today I shall walk. Yesterday I was in a small inn, but today the family is waiting for me, I
walk in the fields w
In oppido.magna aedes In the town of Cumae there lived a sibyl named Deiphobe in the temple
where there was a great house of the god Apollo.
Apollinis aedes.aedificata erat The temple of Apollo was built by the famous Daedalus.
They were foul women, and they flew on large wings.
And so as were were preparing dinner they flew down from the sky and rapidly seized the food and
then they flew high and away.
Again we prepared food and again the Harpies flew down, but we
And then the Sibyll led Aeneas to the place where the dead go after war. Here they came upon an
enemy, but the wretched corpse was changed. The Greeks looked at the Trojan man and fled with great
fear, but many Trojans swiftly cam
Rex vetus.vocatus est. The old king of the Laurentians was called Latinus.
Deinde cum.navibus navigat. Then he sailed with his companions in the eight ships to Latium.
Deinde Aeneas.litore muniebant. Then Aeneas sent one hundred brave leitenants, men of g
Anchises was lame and did not walk well.
Often I was shouting, 'Creusa! Where, Creusa, are you, or where have you walked?'
Again I flew into the town, where I was seeing many evil dangers, but I did not see Creusa.
I will always be a handmaid of the godde
Aeneas was happily living in Dido's kingdom with the Trojans, he was happily building a new town
with the Phoenicians.
Jarbus the king of Africa was agitated wretchedly by his love for Dido, but the queen did not love the
The king was t