The national epic of Ancient Rome, presented here in the John Dryden translation.
The Aeneid picks up at the end of The Iliad. Aeneas, a survivor of Troy, flees with a group of Trojans. It has been foretold that he will lead them to a new home, to what will become Rome. Aeneas finds himself caught up in the scheming and machinations of the Gods, and is torn between his duty and his heart. If he is to fulfill his destiny, he must stay focused and determined – but at what cost?
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Publius Vergilius Maro, better known as Virgil, was a Roman poet best known for his epic The Aeneid.
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