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  Aeneias   (Aeneas) - son of Anchises; led survivors from Troy to Latium in Italy
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46/96a mentioning the intention of Vergilius to write a poem about Aeneias.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_148 DF} & & Suda_E'3362 & & Aeneias carries his father on his
Aelian:NA_1.34 It was by veiling Aeneas in such a cloud that Poseidon
Aelian:NA_11.16 hat Ascanius, the son of Aeneas and Creūsa the Trojan
AnthPal_6.332 rajan, the descendant of Aeneas, dedicate these ornaments,
AnthPal_7.297 rout; and the sons of Aeneas left unwept and unhallowed
AnthPal_9.163 flames of Troy the hero Aeneas bore off his father, a hol
AnthPal_9.219 us, so among the sons of Aeneas doth their leader Nero
AnthPal_9.236 your holy fleet, Aeneas, is already safe in an Italian
AnthPal_9.387 saly is subject to the sons of Aeneas. & * & Troy was res
CIL_6.40931 crIt_13.3.1 ) Aeneas Aeneas the [first k
CIL_6.40932 ilvius] and grandson of [Aeneas]; the [fourth king of
CIL_10.808 InscrIt_13.3.85 ) Aeneas. Found at Pomp
CIL_14.2068 vinium. Silvius Aeneas, son of Aeneas and Lavinia. CIL
CIL_add.8 (1st cent. A.D.)   became the mother of Aeneas], the king of the [Lat
Ennius:Ann_16 [16-17] & The Lineage of Aeneas : Assaracus, Capys, and
Ennius:Ann_21 Venus appears to Aeneas and his companions : FESTUS :
Ennius:Ann_22 She tries to persuade Aeneas to obey Anchises and retir
Ennius:Ann_* 30-32 * uel duress. [30] & Aeneas and his followers arrive at Laur
Ennius:Ann_112 Romulus will be reckoned with Aeneas among the gods. [114
Euseb]:Chron_5 called Romans, starting from Aeneias after the capture
Euseb]:Chron_175 20 years. During his reign, Aeneias was king of the Lat
Euseb]:Chron_185 tes occurred in his reign; and Aeneias was king of Laviniu
Euseb]:Chron_265 Troy, they submitted to Aeneias the son of Anchises, and
Euseb]:Chron_* 269-275 * died without any sons, Aeneias the son of Anchises succe
Euseb]:Chron_* 279-285 * Rome, were the sons of Aeneias, others say that they wer
Euseb]:Chron_289 Romans are as follows: Aeneias became king of the Latins
Euseb]:Chron_291 52-749 B.C.]. From Aeneias up until Romulus, there were
Euseb]:Chron_295 by one, starting from Aeneias son of Anchises, when he
Just_31.8 Trojans observing that "Aeneias, and the other leaders tha
Just_43.1 tinus, 10 in whose reign Aeneas came from Ilium into Italy
Malal_216 mans, wrote the story of Aeneias, Dido the Phoenician [que
Naev:Pun_5 lden victim. [5-7] Aeneas and Anchises with their wives
Naev:Pun_8 ollowing on Anchises and Aeneas in flight : - Their path
Naev:Pun_12 golden goblets. Aeneas' ship : SERVIUS supplemented :
Naev:Pun_17 pray, did you beget me? Aeneas consults the Sibyl in a
Naev:Pun_19 Latium; King Latinus addresses Aeneas : NONIUS : 'Perconta
Naev:Pun_44 ENTS [44-6] From Book I? Aeneas' ship, built by Mercury?
Naev:Pun_47 ons of Earth. [47] Aeneas in misfortunes? : PRISCIANUS:
Philip_9.307 she desires Zeus the son of Aeneas. She struck root not
Plinius:Ep_5.6 and Virgil the arms of Aeneas - yet in both cases the
Plinius:Ep_6.33 the manufacture of arms for Aeneas. (**) & There were
Polyaen_8.25.2 estruction of Troy, with Aeneias as their leader anchored

  Aeneias 2   Silvius - son of Silvius, and grandson of Aeneias
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CIL_6.40932 crIt_13.3.2 ) Aeneas Silvius [Aeneas] Silv
CIL_14.2068 t_13.3.88 ) Silvius Aeneas. Found at Lavin
Euseb]:Chron_287 eeded as king by his son Aeneias Silvius, who ruled for
Euseb]:Chron_289 Aeneias - for 28 years Aeneias Silvius - for 31 years

  Aeneias 3   - son of Antipater; an envoy sent by John Hyrcanus to Rome
Joseph:AJ_14.248 son of Alexander, and Aeneias, the son of Antipater, [24

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