Aeneid, Books 9 and 10
Juno sends Iris to Turnus
Turnus sets fire to Trojan ships
But the ships metamorphose into naiads
The Trojan city is surrounded by
enemies
Nisus and Euryalus sneak out to contact Aeneas.
Nisus and Euryalus cannot resist killing
some drunken enemies
Unfortunately, Nisus
and Euryalus are killed
by arriving rec...
Nisus tries to save Euryalus
Euryalus' mother learns the truth
and laments her young son
Turnus and the
Rutuli attack
the Trojan
camp.
Virgil spices up the battle by adding
various engines of siege warfare
A siege tower
A battering ram
A catapult
The battle rages
The full-scale attack on
the Trojan camp begins.
Vergil invokes the Muse
to tell of the slaughter
dealt by Turnus; he kill...
Numanus makes a taunting speech, contrasting
the hard vigor of the Italians with the oriental
effeminacy of the Trojans: A...
Meanwhile, the gods hold council
The Trojans will prevail, but will have to
speak Latin
They will also dress as “Romans”
Meanwhile, Aeneas forges an alliance
with the Etruscans
The Etruscans are
eager to fight against
their old nemesis,
Mezent...
Etruscans
Warned by the naiad Cymodocea, Aeneas
returns to the camp
The Trojan Camp
The battle continues
Pallas encourages his Arcadians and
kills many of the enemy
Turnus kills young Pallas
Turnus removes
the belt of
Pallas.
Juno interferes to delay the death of
Turnus
Aeneas kills Lausus and Mezentius
Aeneas regrets the death of Lausus
Aeneid, Books 11 and 12
Mourning and a funeral for Pallas
Aeneas dedicates the spoils of Mezentius as a trophy to
Mars, and then arranges for the funeral procession to
escort Palla...
Aristeia and death of Camilla
Camilla, like an
Amazon warrior-
maiden, performs
mighty deeds on the
battlefield, killing 12
of the enemy.
Arruns shadows Camilla, preparing to attack her.
Camilla's attention is caught by a gorgeously
attired Trojan priest, and ...
Death of Camilla
Opis avenges the death of Camilla by shooting
down Arruns. The Latins are driven in flight, and
their city is besieged. Tu...
Book 12
In the moment of their defeat Turnus feels the
eyes of all the Latins are upon him; he tells King
Latinus that he will fig...
Juno tells Juturna
that she herself can
do no more; if
Juturna can do
anything, then she
has authority from
Juno to act.
Juturna convinces the Rutulians to
break the truce
Aeneas attempts to prevent his men from
breaking the treaty, but is wounded by an arrow
from an unknown source.
Aeneas wounded, attended by Iapis
Battle resumes
The Trojans
approach the city.
Amata commits
suicide.
Aeneas and Turnus fight
Turnus begs for mercy, and Aeneas is on the
point of granting it when he catches sight of the
belt of Pallas which Turnus ...
Aeneas kills Turnus
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ENGL220 Aeneid Books 9-12

  1. 1. Aeneid, Books 9 and 10
  2. 2. Juno sends Iris to Turnus
  3. 3. Turnus sets fire to Trojan ships
  4. 4. But the ships metamorphose into naiads
  5. 5. The Trojan city is surrounded by enemies Nisus and Euryalus sneak out to contact Aeneas.
  6. 6. Nisus and Euryalus cannot resist killing some drunken enemies Unfortunately, Nisus and Euryalus are killed by arriving recruits.
  7. 7. Nisus tries to save Euryalus
  8. 8. Euryalus' mother learns the truth and laments her young son
  9. 9. Turnus and the Rutuli attack the Trojan camp.
  10. 10. Virgil spices up the battle by adding various engines of siege warfare A siege tower
  11. 11. A battering ram
  12. 12. A catapult
  13. 13. The battle rages
  14. 14. The full-scale attack on the Trojan camp begins. Vergil invokes the Muse to tell of the slaughter dealt by Turnus; he kills Helenor and Lycus.
  15. 15. Numanus makes a taunting speech, contrasting the hard vigor of the Italians with the oriental effeminacy of the Trojans: Ascanius kills him with an arrow. Apollo appears to Ascanius and prophesies a glorious future, but warns him that from now on he must keep out of the fighting until he is grown up.
  16. 16. Meanwhile, the gods hold council
  17. 17. The Trojans will prevail, but will have to speak Latin
  18. 18. They will also dress as “Romans”
  19. 19. Meanwhile, Aeneas forges an alliance with the Etruscans The Etruscans are eager to fight against their old nemesis, Mezentius.
  20. 20. Etruscans
  21. 21. Warned by the naiad Cymodocea, Aeneas returns to the camp
  22. 22. The Trojan Camp
  23. 23. The battle continues
  24. 24. Pallas encourages his Arcadians and kills many of the enemy
  25. 25. Turnus kills young Pallas
  26. 26. Turnus removes the belt of Pallas.
  27. 27. Juno interferes to delay the death of Turnus
  28. 28. Aeneas kills Lausus and Mezentius
  29. 29. Aeneas regrets the death of Lausus
  30. 30. Aeneid, Books 11 and 12
  31. 31. Mourning and a funeral for Pallas
  32. 32. Aeneas dedicates the spoils of Mezentius as a trophy to Mars, and then arranges for the funeral procession to escort Pallas' body back to his father Evander.
  33. 33. Aristeia and death of Camilla
  34. 34. Camilla, like an Amazon warrior- maiden, performs mighty deeds on the battlefield, killing 12 of the enemy.
  35. 35. Arruns shadows Camilla, preparing to attack her. Camilla's attention is caught by a gorgeously attired Trojan priest, and as she tracks him to capture spoils from him Arruns shoots her.
  36. 36. Death of Camilla
  37. 37. Opis avenges the death of Camilla by shooting down Arruns. The Latins are driven in flight, and their city is besieged. Turnus is told of Camilla's death, and he abandons his plan for an ambush and returns to the capital.
  38. 38. Book 12
  39. 39. In the moment of their defeat Turnus feels the eyes of all the Latins are upon him; he tells King Latinus that he will fight Aeneas in single combat. Latinus tries to dissuade him, but Turnus is all the more fiercely determined. Amata beseeches him not to go, but Turnus replies that he is not free to refuse. He arms himself in rehearsal for the next day's combat.
  40. 40. Juno tells Juturna that she herself can do no more; if Juturna can do anything, then she has authority from Juno to act.
  41. 41. Juturna convinces the Rutulians to break the truce
  42. 42. Aeneas attempts to prevent his men from breaking the treaty, but is wounded by an arrow from an unknown source.
  43. 43. Aeneas wounded, attended by Iapis
  44. 44. Battle resumes
  45. 45. The Trojans approach the city. Amata commits suicide.
  46. 46. Aeneas and Turnus fight
  47. 47. Turnus begs for mercy, and Aeneas is on the point of granting it when he catches sight of the belt of Pallas which Turnus is wearing. In fury and anger he kills his suppliant enemy.
  48. 48. Aeneas kills Turnus
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