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The Aeneid Questions and Answers
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In what ways does it espouse typical Roman virtues of Fortitudo (toughness), Prudentia (wisdom and planning ahead), Iusticia (justice), and Temperantia (moderation)
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.
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