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    Analysis of The Aeneid and The Odyssey

    When evaluating “The Aeneid” to “The Odyssey”, it’s unimaginable to not discover the similarity between Homer and Virgil’s poems. Both heroes leave Troy, granted one barely escapes and the opposite leaves victoriously, and both in a single sense or the other are attempting to achieve their home, whether or not it is the old or […] More

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    Gilgamed vs Aeneid

    The Evolution of the “Highway to Hell” in Classical Mythology Mythology, by denotation, is “a traditional story, especially one concerning the early history of a people or explaining some natural or social phenomenon, and typically involving supernatural beings or events.” Myths are an entity that evolve through time and through the changing of culture in […] More

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    Virgils like a Roman leader. Aeneid

    Virgil’s Aeneid Introduction             Virgil’s was the son of Publius Vergilius Maro and Magia Polla. Virgil’s father was a miniature freeholder in Andes. Virgil’s father was a farmer who practised bee-keeping and forestry, and he progressively accrued enough competence to enable him give superior education to their only son, Virgil’s. Virgils went to school at […] More