The Aeneid

How does Aeneas reveal his deep reverence for his forebearers?

I'm having trouble answering these questions as it requires 3 answers, I really can't answer most of them and to be honest, I'm not sure how Aeneas give respect to other characters as I entered the class late.

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Aeneas pays proper respect to the gods and strives to always do his duty.

He is the son of Venus,

Aeneas makes purposeful visits to his home. Troy holds his allegiance, as does his family.

Book (chapter), please?

It doesn't require anything though, as our teacher widely rely on many books especially for mythology.