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The Aeneid Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

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Chapter 11 Summary

The next morning, Aeneas gives thanks and praise for his victory and honors the dead. He laments Pallas' death before all as they set out to return his body to his father. A procession of a thousand accompanies the body back, as well as spoils of the war. Afterward, the Latium envoys come, shaded in olive branches, requesting their dead. Aeneas explains that they can peacefully take their dead and continue to live on in peace because he regrets going to war with them. He explains that the war is between him and the king, not the people and that he wants to end the war.

The envoys tell Latinus of what transpired with Aeneas, and he tells them that he wants to give the Trojans a tract of land upon which to build their city. If they do not want to stay, they will build twenty...

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