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STORIES OF GREECE AND ROME
THE STORY OF AENEAS

cannot befall a daughter-in-law of Venus. The mighty mother of the gods keeps me in this land to serve her. And now, farewell; love the young Ascanius, your son and mine."
Thus the spirit spoke, and when Aeneas wept and was about to answer, she vanished from his sight. Thrice he tried to throw his arms about her neck, and thrice the image escaped him, being thin as air and fleeting as a dream. Then he sought his comrades again and found with much joy and wonder that a great company of men and women were gathered together, and were willing, all of them, to follow him wherever he went. The morning star was already rising over Mount Ida, and Aeneas, seeing that the Greeks held the city, and that there was no longer any hope of relief, led the way to the mountains.
It was summer when Troy was taken, and during the rest of the year Aeneas and his men built ships for the voyage, dwelling the while under Mount Ida. When it was almost summer again, the work was finished. Then Anchises commanded that they should delay no longer; where upon they sailed, taking their gods with them.

III. HOW AENEAS CAME TO ITALY
There was a certain land named Thrace, loved by Mars beyond all other lands. Here Aeneas built a city, but it was not the will of the gods that this should be the dwelling place of the Trojans, and so again they launched their ships and set sail.
Then they came to an island sacred to Apollo. Here the oracle spoke to them thus: "Seek your ancient mother. The land that first bore you shall receive you again, and there Aeneas and his children's children shall rule from one generation to another."

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