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Nicole D

on 3 April 2013

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Transcript of Aeneid

By: Nicole D, Abby, and Sam Summary of Plot Summary Continued Facts Characters Moral of Aeneid The Greeks depart from Troy and leave behind a big wooden horse
The Greek spy, Sinon, tells a convincing lie about the Trojan horse
He explained that the Greeks built the horse to win back the favor of the goddess Pallas
Sinon then tells the Trojans to treat the statue with respect and to bring it within their city walls
If they do, they will avoid doom and ensure that the Greeks will meet a terrible fate The ghost of Hector visits Aeneas in his sleep, warning him about the Greek invasion
Aeneas defeat a small band of Greek soldiers
Aeneas father refuses to leave his home but he finally does after seeing a small flame and a crack of thunder The culture of the Aeneid is Roman

The author of the Aeneid is Virgil Priam- King of Troy
He is powerful king of Troy, thirsty of more power
"For what you've done for what you've declared, he said, "If there is care for Acrocity, may the gods render fitting hands."
Sinon- Greek spy
He is curious about Trojan policy and a great Greek Warrior
"The Greeks built the Trojan Horse"
Pyrrhus- Mighty warrior, son of the hero Achilles
Soldier of Greece, Enemy of Priam
"You'll report the news to Pelides, my father, don't forget my sad behavior, the degeneracy of Neoptolemus. Now die." The great moral lesson of the Aeneid is that you must follow your destiny, not your dreams. From the Aeneid
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