1. Who uses his or her powers to keep the Trojans lost at sea?
2. Who calms the ocean so Aeneas and his men can make it safely to land?
3. What does Jupiter predict awaits Aeneas in Italy?
(a) A massive war followed by the establishment of a new city and a new way of life.
(b) A rematch with the same soldiers that destroyed Troy.
(c) Death and betrayal.
(d) A happy marriage with Queen Dido.
4. Who will not be a descendant of Aeneas' line?
5. From whom will Julius Caesar get his name?
(a) Aeneas' daughter Creusa, renamed Julia.
(b) Aeneas' son Ascanius, renamed Iulus.
(c) Aeneas' sister, Ilia.
(d) Aeneas' grandfather, Ilium.
6. Why did Dido's people take on a peaceful mood toward Aeneas' people?
(a) They were well known for always welcoming new people.
(b) Queen Dido commanded them to welcome all new visitors.
(c) They had heard great things about the Trojans from the Greeks.
(d) They were visited by Mercury.
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