Aeneas and the Roman Empire Creative Essay by Margaret

Aeneas and the Roman Empire
A discussion on the impact that Aeneas had within the Roman Empire.
# 91390 | 2,192 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2006 | PH
Published on Dec 28, 2006 in English (General) , History (General) , Literature (General)

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This paper discusses Aeneas and his relationship to the Roman Empire. The paper discusses Aeneas' future, according to "The Norton Anthology of World Literature" as leading to a peaceful period in Roman Empire at that time. The paper also discusses what might have been different in Rome if Aeneas had stayed with Carthage and Dido.

Table of Contents:
Who is Aeneas?
Aeneas' Journey
What If's
In Conclusion

From the Paper:

"In every culture, there is the ideal hero that will either consciously or subconsciously be looked and followed upon. What may be an ideal hero to a certain group of people may not fit the concept of the ideal from another group."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Fox, Akiva. 2004. Dido's Passion. 6 Dec 2006 <
  • Parada, Carlos. 1997. Greek Mythology Link. 6 Dec 2006 <>
  • Vergil. 1995. Project Gutenberg. The Aenid by Virgil.6 December. 2006. <>

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