The Voyages of Aeneas Video

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Watch this Elementary Literature and Greek Mythology video entitled The Voyages of Aeneas to learn about the voyages of the Trojan nobleman Aeneas, the hero of Vergil's epic poem, the Aeneid, who sailed from the fallen city of Troy to the western coast of Italy, where he was destined to found the city of Rome. Gain insight to the ancient Greek and Roman cultures through photographs of vase paintings, statuary, reliefs, mosaics, and wall paintings from classical antiquity, which are used to illustrate the adventurous voyages of Ulysses and Aeneas.

Trace the voyages of the Trojan nobleman Aeneas, the hero of Virgil's epic poem Aeneid, who sailed from the fallen city of Troy to the western coast of Italy where he founded the city of Rome.

 

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The Voyages of Aeneas Video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Aeneas Troy. Learn about The Voyages of Aeneas. Follow Aeneas to Crete and Carthage, and join him on his adventure in the Underworld.
  • The voyages of the Trojan nobleman Aeneas, the hero of Virgil-s epic poem Aeneid, who sailed from the fallen city of Troy to the western coast of Italy, where he founded the city of Rome.
  • Compare the voyages of these two classical heroes, exploring the influence of the gods on their journeys and their individual fates.
  • Gain insight to the ancient Greek and Roman cultures through photographs of vase paintings, statuary, reliefs, mosaics, and wall paintings from classical antiquity.
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