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STORIES OF GREECE AND ROME
THE STORY OF AENEAS

his wealth. He had secretly put to death the husband of Dido, in order that he might come into possession of his great wealth. After many days the spirit of her dead husband appeared to Dido in a dream and told her how he had been killed, showed her his wounds, and bade her flee from Tyre. In order that she might do this easily, he told her of great treasures, gold and silver, hidden in the earth. Dido made ready for the flight, and all those who feared or hated the King joined her. Then they seized ships that chanced to be ready and, loading them with gold, fled across the sea. They came 'to this place, asking of the natives as much land as could be covered with a bull's hide. Dido caused the hide to be cut into strips and with it marked off the spot on which they built their citadel. Yonder walls enclose the city of Carthage, which they are now building."
Then Jupiter sent Mercury, his messenger, to turn the hearts of Dido and her people so that they would deal kindly with the strangers.
When Aeneas and his companions had come into the city, Dido received them with friendliness and hospitality, saying, "I, too, have wandered far, and, having suffered much, I have learned to help others that suffer." She prepared a feast for them, and entertained them with games.
Aeneas was filled with wonder as he passed through the streets and saw the many men, all busily at work, some cutting trees, and some rolling great stones for buildings.
When he told the Queen of all the hardships and sorrow through which they had passed since Troy was burned, she took pity upon them and offered them new homes in Car thage, saying, "Men of Troy and men of Tyre shall have equal privileges in this new city."
So weary were they of the sea, and so good did a home

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