The Myth of Aeneas: Description of his life.
Aeneas was born from the union of a mortal, Anchises, and a goddess, Venus.
He was a cousin of King Priam of Troy, and was the leader of the neighboring Dardanian army, allies of Troy during the Trojan War. Aeneas was a Trojan hero of the war, second in reputation to the great Trojan warrior and prince Hector. While the Greek army was able to move into the city of Troy, after a stalemate of ten years, secretively placing troops inside what the Trojans thought was an offering to the gods, Aeneas was able to rescue his father, Anchises, and his son, Ascanius, from the impending doom and flee…
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