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English: The Aeneid de (IPA English pronunciation: [ə'niːɪd]; in Latin Aeneis, pronounced [aɪ'neː.ɪs] — the title is Greek in form: genitive case Aeneidos) is a Latin epic written by Virgil in the 1st century BC (between 29 and 19 BC) that tells the legendary story of Aeneas, a Trojan who traveled to Italy where he became the ancestor of the Romans.
Interlingua: Le Eneide (pronunciation interlingua in API: [eˈ]; in latino Aeneis, Aeneidos) es un epos latin scribite per Vergilio in le prime seculo ante nostre era (inter 29 e 19) que relata le historia de Eneas, un troiano qui viagiava a Italia, secundo le legenda, e deveniva le ancestre del romanos.

Book 1[edit]

Juno and Aeolus[edit]

Neptune calming the Tempest Aeolus raised against the Fleet of Aeneas[edit]

Aeneas and Diomedes[edit]

Aeneas landing in Lybia[edit]

Venus as Huntress Appears to Aeneas[edit]

Meeting of Dido and Aeneas[edit]

Cupid with Dido and Aeneas[edit]

Building the city[edit]

Book 2[edit]

Dido listening (Feast of Dido)[edit]

Murder of Androgeos[edit]



Trojan horse[edit]


Venus counsels Aeneas[edit]

Venus preventing Aeneas from killing Helen[edit]

Flight of Aeneas[edit]

Aeneas and the ghost of his wife, Creusa[edit]

Venus rescues Aeneas from the flames[edit]

Book 3[edit]


Embarkation of Aeneas from the Ceraunian Headland[edit]

Helenus and Andromache give presents to Aeneas[edit]

Aeneas and Helenus sacrificing[edit]

Aeneas and Andromache[edit]


Offering to Neptune[edit]


Aeneas leaving Crete[edit]

Aeneas in Delos[edit]


Aeneus landing in Drepanum[edit]

Aeneas lands in Thrace[edit]

Aeneas Builds a Fleet Near Antandrus, at the Foot of Mount Ida[edit]

The Fleet of Aeneas Arrives in Sight of Italy[edit]


Book 4[edit]

Royal Hunt of Dido and Aeneas[edit]

Aeneas and Dido in the cave[edit]

Dido sacrificing[edit]

Aeneas offers sacrifice to the Gods of the Lower World[edit]

Aeneas Entreats Anchises to Flee from Troy[edit]

Mercury commanding Aeneas to leave Carthage[edit]

Aeneas leaving Dido[edit]

Death of Dido (Suicide of Dido)[edit]

Book 5[edit]

Naval Games in Honor of Anchises[edit]

Aeneas awards the prizes to his captains[edit]

Sacrifice before the Anchises's tomb[edit]

Trojan Women Setting Fire to Their Fleet[edit]

Aeneas and Acestes[edit]


Book 6[edit]

The golden bough[edit]

Aeneas and the Sibyl of Cumae (Aeneas in the Underworld)[edit]

Aeneas and Charon[edit]

Aeneas and Cerberus[edit]

Aeneas and the ghost of Dido[edit]

Tu Marcellus eris[edit]

Review of the Julian dynasty[edit]

Book 7[edit]

Aeneas Erects a Tomb to his Nurse Caieta[edit]

The Fulfillment of the Prophecy of Anchises[edit]

Ascanius shoots the stag of Sylvia[edit]

Purification of Aeneas in the river Numicius[edit]

Aeneas at the court of Latinus[edit]

Latinus presenting the horses[edit]

The Fury at the Feast[edit]

Amata and Lavinia among the Bacchantes[edit]

War is Declared Against the Trojans[edit]

Turnus over the bodies of Almo and Galaesus[edit]

Book 8[edit]

Other Aeneas' dream (with Tiber)[edit]

Heracles and Cacus[edit]

Aeneas and the sow[edit]

Venus, Vulcan and arms for Aeneas[edit]

Vulcan forging the weapons of Aeneas[edit]

Evander and Aeneas at Palentium[edit]

Book 9[edit]

Ships transforming in nymphs[edit]

Iris and Turnus[edit]

Ascanius kills Numanus before Troy[edit]

Nisus and Euryalus[edit]

The Miracle of Cybele[edit]

Turnus slaying Pandarus[edit]

Turnus Crosses the River[edit]

Book 10[edit]

Mezentius and his son Lausus[edit]


Venus protecting Aeneas[edit]

Book 11[edit]


King Latinus in council[edit]

The Trojans cremating their dead[edit]

Book 12[edit]

Turnus before Latinus[edit]

Wounded Aeneas[edit]

Battle between Aeneas and Turnus[edit]