Fate and Tragedy in The Aeneid

A colorful antique tapestry depicting Aeneas’ flight from Troy.
A colorful antique tapestry depicting Aeneas’ flight from Troy.
Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed, CC BY-SA 4.0. Via Wikimedia Commons.

Aeneas Flees to Carthage

The Gods’ Influence

The Fall of Dido

An oil painting of a distraught woman holding a daggar.
An oil painting of a distraught woman holding a daggar.
Dido should never have had to choose between her people and her happiness. Dido on the Pyre by Johann Heinrich Tishbein (1775). Via Wikimedia Commons

Godly Influence or Tragic Decision?

Aeneas’ Lesson

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