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STORIES OF GREECE AND ROME
THE STORY OF AENEAS

great bay tree above it. So when she saw how Priam had girded himself with armor as a youth, she cried to hiln : "What has bewitched you that you gird yourself with armor? It is not the sword that shall help us this day; no, not though my own Hector were here. It is rather the gods and their altars. Come hither to us; for here you will be safe, or at least will die with us."
So she made the old man sit down in their midst. But lo ! there came flying through the palace, Polites; his son, wounded to death by the spear of Pyrrhus, and Pyrrhus close behind him. And as Polites came in sight of his father and his mother, he fell dead upon the ground.
When King Priam saw this, he restrained himself no longer but cried aloud: "Now may the gods, if there be any justice in heaven, repay you for this wickedness, seeing that you have slain the son before his father's eyes. Great Achilles, whom you falsely call your father, did not treat me so. Though he was an enemy, he reverenced truth and justice. He gave me the body of Hector for burial and sent me back in safety to my city."
And as he spoke the old man cast a spear, but aimlessly and without force, so that it did not pierce even the knob of the shield. Then said the son of Achilles, "Go tell my father of his unworthy son and all these evil deeds. And that you may tell him, die!" So King Priam, who had ruled mightily over many peoples and countries in the land of Asia, was slain that night, after he had seen his palace in ruins and Troy burning about him.

II. HOW AENEAS FLED FROM TROY
All these things Aeneas beheld, but he was helpless, for so he was but one against many. And when Troy was in ruins,

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