Story of Romulus and Remus, Mars and Rhea Silvia, Faustulus and Acca Larentia; Role of Wolf not shown; Wolf ommited bec. in MA it= evil, greed, lust; Cod. Riccardiano 492 of Vergil, Florence, 15th saec.; Romulus, 1st of 7 kings
Wolf suckling Romulus and Remus; Pal. De Consew; Wolf Etruscan Veii, early 5th c- Twins by Pollaiolo, 15th c. ; Two versions of nurture: 1. Wolf 2. Taustulus; Numitor- Amulius- Rhea Silvia-Mars
Aeneas meets Latinus, Aen VII, 274-275. Codex Vat. Latinus, 4th c. Vat Libr
H. over Alps- a supreme exmple of attacking from an unexpected quarter which caught enemy by complete surprise; African elephants
Suicide of Dido after cursing Aeneas and calling for an Avenger (= Hannibal); Codex Vergilius Vaticanus 3225, fol. 41, recto. Ca. 380-400. Ink on vellum. 4 5/8 x 6 1/8 in.
Dido begging Trojans not to leave. Perin del Vaga; Rome, Pal. Massimo alle Colonne
Dido sacrificing to Juno; Cod. Vat. Lat 3225 4th-5th saec.
"Anneas telling Dido of Fall of Troy". Louvre Pierre- Narcisse Guerin, Salon of 1815; ASCANIUS AND Anna listen; Ascanius would found Alba Longa. Bb IV
Dido Punic- Sicilian shekel
J. M. W. Turner, "Dido Building Carthage" (1815) 61x91; Nat Gall, London; Cf. Cole's "Consummation of Empire" 1836.