Æneas

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Æneas

  1. Alternative form of Aeneas.
    • 1871, Wilhelm Ihne, The History of Rome, Longmans, Green, and Co.; Chapter I., page #3:
      WHEN, according to the counsel of the gods, Troy was conquered by the Greeks, the noble Æneas, with a number of Trojans, fled from the burning city.