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Aeneas defends his leaving to the Queen Why does Aeneas leave Dido What obligates him to follow his destiny Aeneas is a duty- bound soldier who has to pursue the will of the gods Becoming overwhelmed with love Aeneas and Dido are captured in their lust for love Aeneas soon realizes that he left Dido against his will and loves her so very much Aeneas duty is to follow the will of the gods but he has to be firm in his ways and not let the desire for love get in the way of his destiny Aeneas fate is pre-determined by the gods so leaving his lover Dido is the only way to fulfill his fate The prophecy of Aeneas is predetermined and says that he will found and establish the city of Lavinium in Latium In relation to this prophecy Aeneas has an obligation to leave Dido to fulfill his fate by the gods As Jupiter says to Venus Unfolding secret fated things to come- In Italy he will fight a massive war Beat down fierce armies them for the people there Establish city walls and a way of life 1354-357 Furthermore Aeneas is duty bound to his destiny and his fate Aeneas leaves Dido because he is going by the duty of the gods He reveals this to his mother Venus I am Aeneas duty-bound and known 1519 In addition Aeneas is the epidemy of the Trojan race Aeneas embodies the values of the Trojan people saying that he is the Trojan and the one that everyone looks for As Aeneas says to his people Before your eyes I stand Aeneas the Trojan that same one you look for Saved from the sea off Libya Aeneas is a duty-bound soldier and he has to follow the will of the gods Aeneas for a moment in his life forgets about his destiny and is
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